Eve Egoyan teaches private piano lessons or on-line from her studio in the Artscape Youngplace building on Shaw Street in downtown Toronto.
She also oversees a regular masterclass for advanced students in her studio.
Please be in touch with Eve in regards to either lessons or masterclasses:
Eve is a Royal Conservatory of Music affiliate teacher with over 25 years experience and an elected member of the Royal Society of Canada. She is also on faculty at the Glenn Gould School at the Royal Conservatory. Eve has experience teaching all ages and skill levels from the beginner to the advanced pianist, in private lesson situations, private in studio masterclasses and public masterclasses.
Eve has studied standard classical, contemporary and experimental repertoire, has toured internationally and has recorded eleven critically acclaimed solo CDs.
Her experience qualifies her for coaching for examinations, professional performances, competitions and recordings.
Eve’s exposure to exceptional teachers during her developmental years and her own expansive range of professional experience makes her a communicative, intuitive and creative teacher. She strives to treat each student as an individual, from their unique physiques to their musical interests and goals.
1991 Master of Music: Piano Performance, University of Toronto (Junior Fellow of Massey College)
1988 Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, England
1985 Bachelor of Music: Piano Performance, University of Victoria
1986-9 Royal Academy of Music, London, with Hamish Milne (full Commonwealth Scholarship)
1985-6 Hochschule der Künste, West Berlin, with Georg Sava (full DAAD Scholarship)
1981-5 Banff Centre of Fine Arts with György Sebök (summer masterclasses)
1991- Affiliate teacher, Royal Conservatory of Music, and Ontario registered teacher
1992- Private teacher in Toronto
1993-5 Part-time teacher at Wilfred Laurier University
1992-5 Teacher, University Settlement School of Music, Toronto 1991-2 Teacher, Yamaha School of Music, Toronto
1987-9 Private teacher in London, England
2012 Victoria Conservatory of Music, Wood Hall University of Alberta, Fine Arts Building
2010 University of British Columbia, School of Music
University of Victoria School of Music, Phillip T. Young Recital Hall University of Calgary, Rozsa Centre
University of Lethbridge, University Recital Hall
Brandon University, School of Music
Juror and Adjudicator
2010 Juror, Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition, Brandon University Adjudicator
Ontario Registered Music Teachers’ Association, Toronto
Contemporary Showcase, St. Andrews United Church, Calgary