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Music Running Through Her Veins
Raised in a musical home where she was inspired to sing and play instruments from a young age, Tiffany A. Wilson carries on the multi-generational musical tradition every day.
Whether she is educating young voices and little fingers at St. John’s Ravenscourt private school, teaching students of all ages and skill levels in her elegant home studio, acting as a collaborative pianist at festivals and competitions, or adjudicating and encouraging aspiring musicians, Ms. Wilson is true to her upbringing
Honoured to be Nominated and Serve
Following in her grandmother’s footsteps, she has served as the President-elect of both the Manitoba Registered Music Teachers’ Association (MRMTA) and the national Canadian Federation of Music Teachers’ Association (CFMTA).
Her vision for both organizations lead to the implementation of new initiatives, including a digital resource library and a national online E-Festival for Registered Music Teachers across Canada.
If that wasn’t enough to satisfy her musical thirst, Ms. Wilson also gives workshops and masterclasses throughout Manitoba and Ontario.
Dedicated to Musical Excellence
Ms. Wilson’s accomplishments as a musician and educator are a product of her dedication to musical excellence.
Voice Examiner with the Royal Conservatory of Music
Received The Hughleen Ferguson "DISTINGUISHED TEACHER AWARD" from the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers Associations' in 2021
Certified Advanced Specialist for Voice (RCM)
Certified Intermediate Specialist for Piano (RCM)
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance Major, with a Theatre minor (U. of Manitoba, Fac. of Music)
A.M.M. in Piano Performance (Western Board of Music)
Further vocal studies brought her to New York and then abroad to Europe where she performed, studied, and perfected her French and Italian. She now shares her vast knowledge, experience, and passion with all her students.
A Multi-Cultural Approach to Music
Anything but traditional, Ms. Wilson has shown her hands-on approach to learning music by travelling Europe and studying with some of this century’s masters: Mary Thomas (England), Gianni Raimondi (Italy), and Jean Girodeau (France).
Her novel methods continue as her vision for the future inspires those sharing her passion for music.