Gregory Chase Ed.M., B.Mus., ARCT., RMT
Gregory received his Master of Education in Music Education Studies from the University at Buffalo, State University of New York; his Bachelor of Music in Performance and Literature from Brandon University; and his Associate Performers diploma with the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto. He is currently undertaking doctoral studies in the Curriculum, Instruction, and the Science of Learning program at University at Buffalo, SUNY. He is an online adjunct professor in the Learning and Instruction Department for the Graduate School of Education, at University at Buffalo, SUNY. Gregory, a sessional lecturer at the University of Regina, is a Past-President of the Saskatchewan Registered Music Teachers Association and has examined and adjudicated for over 30 years for Royal Conservatory of Music and Canadian National Conservatory of Music (CNCM). Many of Gregory’s students have been silver medal winners by achieving the highest mark in their discipline.
His current studies and research is based on neuroscience and music. His focus is on Music Learning Theory, which concentrates on our how our brain learns and processes music, when we learn music.
Sarah Frostad A. Mus., Ped.CNCM, RMT
Sarah grew up on a farm in Saskatchewan where she raised sheep, goats, and horses. She started piano lessons at the age of 5 which began a lifelong love for music. She first began teaching private piano lessons in 2010, completed her grade 10 piano through the Royal Conservatory of Music in 2013, and her Teacher's Associate in Piano Pedagogy through the Canadian National Conservatory of Music in 2015. In July of 2018 she completed a certificate course in Early Childhood Music through the Gordon Institute of Music Learning. She continues to explore further professional development opportunities through workshops, seminars, and courses.