Amy Simon, MMus (Clarinet), PhD (Ethnomusicology), RMT
Amy has returned to her hometown of Charlottetown after many years of travelling for study and performance. She holds a Masters degree in Clarinet Performance from the University of Victoria, and a PhD in Ethnomusicology from York University in Toronto. While living in Toronto, she studied traditional Japanese music, in particular the bamboo flute, shakuhachi. Meanwhile she taught private lessons for several years on all of the Western woodwinds. More recently, she toured several times throughout Europe and North America as principal clarinetist with the orchestra for a classical Chinese dance show, performing about 100 shows a year in renowned opera houses and theatres.
In 2017, she joined the music faculty at the University of Prince Edward Island, teaching a course in Music & Culture, and has published academic articles on Japanese wind music. She plays 2nd clarinet and bass clarinet with the Prince Edward Island Symphony Orchestra.
Her private students have won gold medals for their Royal Conservatory of Music exams, monetary awards at the provincial music festival and scholarships to study music at university.
埃米·西蒙, 音乐硕士(单簧管),博士学位(民族音乐学), RMT(注册音乐教师)
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