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Welcome to the fast-paced, fresh, and energy-packed musical world of Kaitlin Deavy. After a brief career as a mechanical engineer, Kaitlin discovered that her passion for music had outgrown her aptitude for math. She moved to the west coast to immerse herself in songwriting, performing and studying music. In addition to her Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Guelph, Kaitlin holds a singer-Songwriter Certificate, and Diplomas in Music Technology and Music Therapy.
Kaitlin has been teaching private and group guitar, piano, and ukulele lessons for the past 6 years with students ranging from ages 4 to 84. When she’s not filling the minds of young rock stars, you can find her dishing out upbeat and humorous folk-rock as the front woman of the Cat Murphy Band.
Buckle and get ready to be inspired, entertained, or educated by Kaitlin Deavy!
Mike Sowers is a singer and multi-instrumentalist from small town Canada. Clinging to his roots in bluegrass and country music, he found his way to the big city where he embraced the sounds of blues and rock n’ roll. Mike’s primarily instruments are guitar and violin, but ukulele somehow made its way into his hands, and he’s loved it ever since!
Growing up in a musical family, Mike developed an excellent ear for harmony and learning songs by ear. As a performer, songwriter and teacher, Mike is passionate about encouraging students to be creative and find their own “voice” to express themselves on their instrument. Beginner or pro Mike is ready to jam and I’m sure you will both learn something new.
Spencer Scharf is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist who is known for his vast repertoire of songs and usually travelling with about a dozen different instruments. As a seasoned performer, he never fails to put on a show with his energetic and upbeat mix of folk rock & blues. He plays and teaches just about every folk instrument under the sun and he is sure to inspire the love of music in every lesson. Spencer gives lessons on 6 & 12 string acoustic guitar, dobro (slide guitar), 8 string baritone guitar, banjo, mandolin, ukulele, guitalele, piano / keyboard, vocals & harmonica.
Ross Christopher Fairbairn was bitten by the music bug very early on in his life and has immersed himself in it every day since. Sure, there have been forays into web development (he holds a bachelor degree in Information Technology) and other such academic sundry, but music has always been his true calling.
As a traveling musician over the last 10 years, Ross has played right across the country on a range of instruments from ukulele to guitar, from kazoo to euphonium (think small tuba) and upright bass to banjo. If it has strings (or valves) on it, Ross will figure out how to play music with it! With passion!
That’s where Ross’ teaching comes in. He brings that same passion for music to every lesson on every instrumentand if you are between the ages of 6 and 100, come let Ross share that passion with you as you learn the new instrument you’ve always wanted to play