Liz Parker’s Piano Studio
Central Toronto, Ontario, Canada
I am teaching online only from my downtown Toronto studio. You’d be surprised how well online lessons work.
Save time, gas or TTC fare; snow days no longer matter. Please contact me by filling out the form at the bottom of the page. I look forward to hearing from you!
In the Parker household, talk of quitting piano wasn’t casual dinner-time conversation. It meant a SUMMIT MEETING in the LIVING ROOM.
Liz loves working with her students to achieve great marks in the RCM exams. She combines a sense of fun and instilling discipline for maximum results. No slouching or flat fingers! Currently teaching online from her home studio in downtown Toronto with FaceTime, Skype, and WhatsApp, she also holds Zoom recitals a few times a school year so students can play for each other.
Liz graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) at 15 with a Gold Medal for the top mark in Canada. She also holds her Licentiate from England’s Trinity College of London and her Bachelor of Music from the University of British Columbia. Liz has been teaching since 1985.
Beginners and adults welcome! Contact Liz below and bring on the notes!
Contact Liz by using the Form below.
I look forward to hearing from you!
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