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Christine Eggert, M.Mus, B.Mus, ARCT

Vancouver BC | V5N 2M9

About me

Christine completed her Masters in Music (Piano Performance) with Eugene Skovorodnikov at the University of British Columbia in 2010. She also holds an ARCT and a BMus in Piano Performance from the University of Alberta, both with High Distinction. Christine is the recipient of many scholarships, notably the Mary Stinson Prize in Accompaniment, a Beryl Barnes award, the Anne Burrows Memorial award, and several leadership and academic excellence awards.

Chamber music has already been a very important aspect of Christine’s training and interest. Since moving to Vancouver in 2008, Christine has performed in small ensemble and as a soloist with Bluthner Piano Series, Dodson Room Series, Artsway Ambassadors, with Out For Lunch series at the Vancouver Art Gallery, for the Ryerson Summer Concert Series, and for Delta Art Council’s Young People’s Concert Series. In 2008, Christine attended the Franz Schubert Institute in Austria, and in 2010 the Theatre of Art Song course at VISI. Currently, Christine maintains an active studio schedule at Vancouver International School of Music and a private studio. She has several duo and small ensemble partnerships, and works with singers at UBC in their lessons, in coaching, and in performances. Christine is the pianist for Vancouver Peace Choir, and is the musician at Grace Memorial United in Vancouver on Sundays. She has been pianist for the All-City Children’s choir, the Madrigal Singers, and University graduate recital choirs. As a soloist and chamber pianist, Christine has performed locally throughout the lower mainland, in Alberta, in Ireland, and in Austria.

Christine also performs as a singer in small groups and as soloist. She has been teaching privately and in studio since 2002, and Christine’s students are active performers themselves in competitions and festivals.

Education and Accreditation

M.Mus at University of British Columbia; B.Mus at University of Alberta

Testimonials

Experience

more than 10 years

Rates

$50 - $59

Availability

Monday 9am - 9pm
Tuesday 9am - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 9pm
Thursday 9am - 9pm

Teaching location

Students Home
Teachers Studio

Genre

Chamber Music
Childrens Music
Classical
Performance

Methods

Alfred Method
Faber and Faber
Royal Conservatory of Music
Rote Method

Instruments and Subjects

piano
theory – analysis
theory – counterpoint
theory – harmony
theory – music history
theory – rudiments

Levels taught

Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced

Type of students

Children
Young Adults
Adults

Languages

English

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