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Conrad

Practice Buddy
Imagine Music Inc.

Specializing in:
Piano

Online

Conrad, a student specializing in piano, volunteers as a Imagine Music’s Practice Buddy.

He began playing piano at four years old with Jennifer Aumentado at Imagine Music. Conrad developed early piano skills and is now at an advanced level of playing.

At fifteen years old, Conrad is working on his Level 8 Contemporary Idioms. He has completed his Level 8 theory RCM (Royal Conservatory of Music) with First Class Honours with Distinction. Conrad has also received the Medal of Excellence for both Level 6 and 7 Piano Contemporary Idioms Exams from the Conservatory Canada. This is awarded to the highest-scoring individual province-wide.

Conrad has always felt that playing any musical instrument is an incredible ability. It allows one’s feelings to be expressed as music. Conrad enjoys playing piano for this reason. He therefore pursues opportunities to share his passion with others.

Loving to perform and give back to the community, Conrad has played piano in many Imagine Music recitals. Also, along with other students, Conrad has played piano at Seniors Centres such as the Chateau Renoir Retirement Residence and the Rocky Ridge Retirement Community. He was also selected to perform at Create Kids Fest 2019 and Create Kids Fest Online 2020.

Believing that any kind of engagement in music is beneficial to anyone. Conrad credits piano playing with much of his success in school and other areas in his life. Learning music is structured but also fun and a creative way to success!

Conrad aims to make his lessons flexible, so that he can help cater to every kind of student, their learning styles, and their favourite types of music.

Imagine Music Piano Student wins Medal of Excellence

Congratulations Conrad for receiving the Medal of Excellence from the Conservatory Canada. Conrad had the highest mark in Alberta for Level 7 Piano Contemporary Syllabus!

Conrad performs solo and duet pieces with sister Clara at the “Music for the Season” Recital