Alan Crane, MMus
Vancouver BC | V5W 1W3
Alan Crane holds a Bachelor of Music (University of Western Ontario) and a Master of Music in Piano Performance (University of British Columbia). For over thirty years he has been teaching a full class of students ranging from young beginners to pre-professional young musicians to adults. Mr. Crane’s students routinely win awards in music festivals and earn high marks on their Royal Conservatory of Music examinations and many have gone on to pursue careers in music. In addition to being on the faculty of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra School of Music, where he recently completed a term as Chair of the Piano Department, Mr. Crane teaches part-time at the Langley Community Music School where he served for many years as Coordinator of the Piano Program. As well as teaching, Alan Crane is an active performer, both as a chamber musician (he is a co-director of the popular series West Coast Chamber Music) and as an accompanist. He is also active as a festival adjudicator and is a member of the College of Examiners of the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Mr. Crane teaches all ages and all levels of students.
Musicianship, Repertoire, Technique, Ear Training, Sight Reading, Theory
Education and Accreditation
Bachelor of Music (B.Mus); University of Western Ontario
Master of Music (M.Mus.); University of British Columbia
Chamber Musician and Accompanist;
Artistic Director of West Coast Chamber Music.
Member of the College of Examiners of the Royal Conservatory of Music
Member of BC Registered Music Teachers Association
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Thursday 7am - 12pm
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