Piano Teachers

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Aydan Con Piano

Aydan Con is a Vancouver-based pianist and educator.  Performance experience includes solo recitals, concerto appearances with orchestras, new music and chamber music collaborations throughout British Columbia. He completed a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance under Mark Anderson and Rena Sharon and holds ARCT diplomas in both piano performance and pedagogy, as well as a licentiate diploma from the London College of Music.

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Lois Lee Piano

Lois Lee has been playing piano since the age of 5 and received Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. As an experienced piano teacher, she patiently motivates students to establish a strong musical foundation upon which they can enhance their skills. Through building confidence and perseverance, she encourages students to find success and joy in learning piano. Her goal is to inspire students to develop a love of music. She also has played the organ and harpsichord at the church for many years and accompanied vocalists and instrumentalists for their recitals and examinations.

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Suin Park Piano

Suin Park graduated from Dongduk Women's University in Seoul, Korea. She has Bachelor's and Master's degrees in jazz piano. She is active as a performer and composer and believes that music is another language to express one’s self so it’s very important to listen to it in order to understand it, not just playing with good technique. She strives to communicate with her students through music.

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Leslie Yip Piano

Leslie obtained his Level 10 Certificate in Piano from the Royal Conservatory of Music while studying with Ken Cormier. He is an Elementary Specialist with an Elementary Pedagogy Certificate and has received his Music Diploma from Douglas College, studying with Barrie Barrington. Leslie enjoys playing piano in both classical and jazz styles. He also has experience in composing and accompanying. Leslie believes that there are two sides to every piano player, a technical side and an expressive side. It is this expressive side that makes music a universal language.