Korry Moore studied under Heribert Michel from age five to 16. She obtained her Royal Conservatory of Music Grade 8 certification (with honours) and started her teaching career. She’s been a vocal/ensemble director and a rehearsal accompanist for theatre companies, in addition to working as a studio musician. Her work with individuals with developmental disabilities and orchestrating musical enrichment groups refired her passion for teaching and music’s ability to combine joy and learning.
Korry, herself mother to a nine-year-old daughter, is extremely comfortable with young children’s diverse needs when it comes to learning new skills. In addition to her work as a music teacher, she’s also worked as a professional child-care provider for over a decade, using a Waldorf-modelled approach.
Instructor Korry Moore (Royal Conservatory of Music) will help your child unlock musical talents. She offers an adaptive approach that takes your child’s individual learning style into consideration.
This private, child-friendly North Vancouver home studio offers parents:
* Leila Fletcher, Royal Conservatory, Albert’s Basic Piano Library and other teaching approaches are available.
Tuition: $25 per half hour or $50 per full hour
Withdrawals: We require one full month’s notice, and cannot offer refunds for anything less than one month’s notice.
Missed Lessons: We will make up 2 per year – one in December and one in June. Lessons missed during December or June will not be made up.
*fees are payable by cash or cheque (made out to Korry Moore) in advance (post-dated cheques for entire year or per semester).
Your child will learn how to create beauty with sound. She will have fun with music. He will invent his own little compositions. She’ll share her music with you and others. He’ll naturally learn focus. She’ll understand the fundamental life lesson that doing a little bit of something on a regular basis builds skills and expertise.
Learning how to play a musical instrument opens the mind, imparts valuable skills and gives your child a life-long ability to create beautiful music, delighting themselves and others.
There are multiple studies that link studying music to academic achievement. But there is also evidence that music training brings success in other areas. Some of the people who took piano lessons as a child (and have continued playing in adulthood) include Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, director/actor/writer Clint Eastwood, architect Frank Lloyd Wright, director Steven Spielberg, former chair of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan, and hedge fund billionaire Bruce Kovner to name but a few.
Call 778.887.0187 or use the contact form below.