Local music teacher new CFMT president

Cindy Taylor was elected the president of the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers’ last month

Local music teacher Cindy Taylor was elected the president of the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers’ last month.

During her two-year term in this position, she also occupies the post of the BC Federation of Music Teachers for her second term.

Taylor has devoted herself to the provincial organization for a total of 14 years, serving on various executive positions as well as chairing several committees. During this time she also served at the national level.

On the local level, she has offered her time and abilities to the North Island Branch.

Taylor also maintains a music studio  in Ca mpbell River as well as teaching at ‘Motif’ in Courtenay.

Her students range from beginners to those working at the Grade 11 level (ARCT). Several of her students have competed by invitation at the provincial level as well as pursuing professional music careers.

To add to her already busy life, Taylor also teaches theory and pedagogy.

She has been active in the local music community for more than 30 years.

 

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