Tracey is currently a piano instructor at Canadian Mennonite University and the Community School of Music and the Arts. She has also been an avid piano and theory instructor over the last twenty years, maintaining large teaching studios in her home in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Illinois, Ohio, and Paraguay. She has also developed a career adjudicating, giving masterclasses and accompanying a variety of soloists and choirs.
After winning the Saskatchewan Valley Rose Bowl as a young pianist, Tracey moved to Winnipeg to attend Canadian Mennonite Bible College where she received her Bachelors in Church Music, Piano Performance. She continued her piano studies in Waterloo, ON, receiving her Honours Bachelor of Music with High Distinction in Piano Performance from Wilfrid Laurier University. Tracey also studied vocal and instrumental accompanying in Waterloo, as well as piano pedagogy at the Beckett School of Music in Ontario. Tracey’s students have achieved top honours with the Royal Conservatory of Music in piano and theory examinations and have won at the Piano Concerto Competition held annually by the University of Manitoba Preparatory Studies.
Tracey is an active member of the Manitoba Registered Music Teachers Association, the Canadian Music Teacher’s Association, and is an active adjudicator with the Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals.
When Tracey is not teaching or accompanying, she spends her time travelling, gardening, and spending time with her husband, David, and daughter Mikayla.
Please contact me if you are interested in taking piano lessons.
37 Waterford Bay