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Register Online or contact the Academy at 613.667.0519 to reserve your space with Tamiris.
You may start lessons at any time in the year. We will integrate you into our current session.
Orchestra Program (Groups Only): Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Theory & Ear Training: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Viola: Beginner, Intermediate
Violin: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Looking for an instrument? Academy students can rent or purchase an instrument at reduced educational rates:
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Call 1-888-977-6874 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Monday: 8pm - 9pm
Monday: 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Wednesday: 7pm - 8:30pm
Friday: 7pm - 10pm
Saturday: 6pm - 7pm
Saturday: 10am - 1pm
Sunday: 3:30pm - 6pm
*Schedules are updated daily by our teachers. You will arrange your preferred lesson time with your teacher after you have registered.
Certified Canada Music Academy Teacher since 2017.
A warm, and positive addition to our team!
Tamiris is a Master's student in violin performance at the University of Ottawa. She was awarded a full merit-based scholarship for this program. She began her musical studies at the São Paulo State Music School (EMESP) and pursued her bachelor's degree in Music in Violin Performance at the State University of São Paulo (UNESP), graduating as a first in Class of Strings with 3.73 GPA.
Tamiris has attended several international music festivals, such as MDR MusikSommer, Young Euro Classic, Grachtenfestival, Berlioz Festival, 44th and 45th Campos do Jordão Music Festival, Academia Teatro del Lago, Iberian Suite Festival, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Ilumina Festival. She also went to Curtis Summerfest - Young Artist Program, during which she assumed the concertmaster position of the orchestra. Tamiris had also been a violinist at São Paulo State Youth Orchestra for five years. She has had opportunities to play with great soloists and played with renowned conductors such as Frank Shipway, George Stelluto, Rolf Beck, Guillaume Bourgogne and Vladimir Ashkenazy.
In addition to her experience playing violin, she is a wonderful teacher. Her fundamental educational philosophy is that music learning should be curiosity driven, active, enjoyable, and lead to the student’s self-expression. She loves to work with students who want to learn traditional western music repertoire and also other styles of music, such as pop music. Her method of teaching consists in finding the appropriate method according to what the student want to specialize in.
She usually works with the following methods: Essential Elements for Strings; Essential Elements; Kreutzer; Hans Sitti; Mazas; Schradieck; Sevcik; but she is willing to work with a method with which the student feels most comfortable.
A brilliant teacher who is sure to inspire!
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