Carl (Piano - Classic Guitar - Ukulele)

B.Mus.(McMaster), B.Ed.(University of British Columbia), Dip.Music Performance

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Owner and operator of Mobile Music Lessons, Carl graduated from McMaster University (2003) summa cum laude with both an Honours Bachelor of Music Degree and a Diploma in Music Perfomance.

After graduating, Carl volunteered at T.A. Blakelock Secondary School writing arrangements for concert band. He later travelled to Vancouver to study at The University of British Columbia and graduated with a Bachelor of Education. Since 2007 he has had classroom experience from teaching in West Vancouver (Grades 7 to 12), and as a secondary school teacher in the arts community of Stratford, Ontario (2009).

Qualified to teach special needs children within Ontario schools (OSIE Certified Special Education Part 1), he is particularly interested in musically gifted childrenAttention Defecit Hyperactivity Disorder, and children with Asperger Syndrome. He is most interested in curriculum design and teaching using the differentiated instruction method. 

In his spare time he writes arrangements for anything his students would like to learn. He also has a working knowledge of many different instruments such as the Trumpet (RCM Grade 6 certificate), Violin (RCM Grade 2 certificate), Clarinet, Ukulele and Classic Guitar. Carl volunteers at Oakville's  Safety Net Children and Youth Charities providing music lessons to refugee families who have recently relocated to Canada in search of a better life.

Troy (Electric Guitar)

B.Sc. (Ryerson)

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Troy Bell has over ten years of guitar playing experience and many years of playing shows in the local GTA circuit. Troy's main musical interests include guitar-based music genres such as heavy metal, punk rock, hard rock, neoclassical, and progressive rock.
 
Troy's teaching philosophy is all about getting students motivated by learning the music they love. "If students love what they're learning, they're going to want to practice their music because it means something to them."
 
Troy is currently studying Environmental Science at Ryerson University.

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