Winds & Voice Teachers
Jeong-won Shin Flute
Jeong-won Shin has been active both in performing and teaching after her graduation from University of Victoria. Her goal is to always inspire others with her music. She strives to be a caring teacher who focuses on each student's special talents and needs and encourages them to take challenges while appreciating the beauty of music because she believes "music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without."
Lawrence Woodall Woodwinds
Lawrence is a versatile performer and instructor with expertise on flute, saxophone, clarinet and oboe. He graduated Magnum cum Laude from Boston’s prestigious Berklee School of Music and went on to study in New York City. He has performed all over the world in theatre orchestras for touring Broadway Musicals and in show bands playing along side some of the world’s top artists.
Tori Jordan Trumpet
Tori Jordan has studied at both Brandon University and Vancouver Community College, having her focus on classical trumpet while dabbling in jazz. She has participated in several concert bands, symphonic bands, orchestras, and big bands over the 12 years she has been playing the trumpet. Her goal in teaching is to not only to help students become better trumpet players and better musicians, but also to impart her love of the art with all whom she encounters.
Angela Yang Voice
Angela Yang received a bachelor's degree in vocal music from Seoul National University. She has extensive opera and concert experience and has a lot of lessons from elementary school to adult. As a teacher, she can communicate with her students and tries to improve their skills with patience. In order to establish a basic foundation for music and induce interest in music, she intends to teach according to each student's individuality. Her goal is to inspire students to find the joy of music and to enjoy happy lessons with them. She is still doing various activities as a singer in the church and plans to continue to focus on music education.
Julia Coutant Voice
Julia graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s of Music in opera performance and received additional training from the Nuova Vocal Arts and Chicago Summer Opera young artist programs. Since she began performing at the age of seven, Julia has gained substantial performance experience in operas, musicals, concerts, choirs, and competitions, obtaining several awards and scholarships along the way. Julia hopes to inspire her students to sing for joy and she is excited to guide them towards developing a beautiful instrument and artist identity that is unique to them.