Alexis Brett teaches the violin, viola and also theory.
Alexis holds a Bachelor of Music degree from McGill University, where she studied with Brett Molzan and Chantal Rémillard. She also has a Master of Music degree from the Royal Academy of Music in London, England, where she studied with Simon Standage. She is a sought-after freelance performer, and has performed with ensembles throughout Europe and Canada.
As a teacher, Alexis has several years experience teaching students of all ages and skill levels. She believes in helping students work to the best of their abilities, but also that learning the violins should be first and foremost a fun experience, and that parental involvement is key. Alexis tailors her lesson approach to meet the individual needs of each student.
Alexis teaches all 10 RCM levels of violin, viola and has an extended knowledge of music theory. She can help students of all string instruments with their theory co-requisites for the Royal Conservatory Exams, including music harmony and history to ensure a well-rounded musical education.