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Fernando Baldassini

In 1992, Fernando graduated from the York University having studied Compositions with James Tenney. During those years, he wrote many original compositions in all styles including a 10-minute background score used by a major advertising company, and dozens of arrangements of classical and popular pieces for band and keyboard ensembles. Even with his extensive schedule, Fernando continued his studies in Music Education and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University of Toronto in 2002.

Over the years, Fernando’s love for teaching is reflected in the success of his students as many of them are currently on staff in music studios throughout the GTA. His classes are motivational and geared towards a life-long musical learning.


Fernando’s students scored excellent results in RCM Theory Examinations:
2020 – ARCT Harmony & Counterpoint 96%
2020 – ARCT Analysis 93%
2020 – Level 9 Harmony 90%
2019 – ARCT Analysis 94%

Credentials: B.F.A., B.A. (Edu.), ARCT

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Clire Chen

Clire holds an ARCT diploma in Piano Performance. She uses strategic methods when teaching to enhance students’ musical understanding, thereby helping them develop and gain confidence as a musician.

Clire’s students have won various music competitions and received first class honours in theory examinations. She has experience with students of all ages, as she is actively involved with children and adult choirs in Toronto.

Clire also offers private lessons and tutoring classes for RCM Level 5 to 8 Theory.



Clire’s students scored excellent results in RCM Theory examinations:
2020 – Level 8 Theory 100%
2020 – Level 6 Theory 97%
2018 – Level 8 Theory 98%

Credentials: ARCT

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Nancy Cheung
Piano, Theory

Nancy graduated from the Faculty of Music at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and holds First-class Honors in Theory Research and Piano Performance. She is a proficient piano teacher in both Hong Kong and Canada with over 15 years of experience. Her students have won competitions in major music festivals such as Kiwanis and Canadian Music Competition and achieved outstanding examination results. Nancy believes that music education adds value to one’s life and her teaching approach emphasizes the development of self-discipline, the ability to focus, and the appreciation of arts.

In addition to classical music, Nancy is also actively involved in contemporary church music, improvisation and accompaniment.


Nancy’s students received excellent results in various Music Festivals and RCM Exams:
Level 8 Theory – 2020 ~ 100% | 2019 ~ 100% | 2018 ~ 100%
Level 9 History – 2020 ~ 98% | 2019 ~ 98% | 2018 ~ 99%
Level 10 History – 2020 ~ 96% | 2019 ~ 100% | 2018 ~ 98% | 2017 ~ 100%
ARCT History – 2020 ~ 94% | 2019 ~ 96% | 2018 ~ 96%
2019 – Yip’s Music Festivals, Level 3 ~ 1st Place
2019 – North York Music Festival, Level 4 ~ 2nd & 3rd Place
2019 – First Class Honours with Distinction in RCM exam, Piano Level 7 ~ 90%
2019 – Unionville Music Academy Competition, Piano Level 8 ~ 1st & 2nd Place | Level 4 ~ 1st Place | Level 6 ~ 1st & 2nd Place
2018 – Yip’s Music Festivals, Level ARCT ~ 2nd & 3rd Place
2018 – Markham Music Festivals, Level 5 ~ 1st Place | Level 3 ~ 1st & 2nd Place |Level 7 ~ 1st & 3rd Place
2018 – North York Music Festival, Level 6 ~ 2nd Place
2011-2017 – see Pro-Music Newsletters

Credentials: B.Mus., LTCL.

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Ron Cheung
Theory, Vocal

Ron graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters Degree in Choral Conducting. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education from the McMaster University. He was winner of the Elmer Iseler Conducting Fellowship Award and the Peter Sheehan Memorial Scholarship.

Ron is the Artistic Director and Founder of Voices and the Healey Willan Singers, as well as the Conductor of the Yip’s Children’s Senior Choir (Canada). From 2001 to 2005, he conducted the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir.

Ron’s student attained excellent results in RCM examinations:
2017 – RCM Frist Class Honours with Distinction, Level 6 Voice ~ 91%
2017 – Level 5 Theory – 98%
2014 – Student was accepted to the Arts Unionville Program


To learn more about Ron’s career and updated news, you can visit his website at

Credentials: M.Mus., B.Ed.

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Eva Chu
Piano, Flute, Theory

Eva graduated from the York University with a Bachelor’s Degree, majoring in Flute and Piano. With more than a decade of teaching experience, Eva’s students received outstanding awards and achievements from the Royal Conservatory of Music examinations, Kiwanis Music Festival and Markham Music Festival.

RCM Examinations and Gold / Silver Medalists
Students who obtained the highest marks in each level of RCM examination in Ontario
2013 – Grade 2 Gold Medal in Flute
2011 – RCM Level 8 Piano ~ First Class Honours with Distinction, 91%
2009 – Grade 4 Silver Medal in Flute

Credentials: B.A., ARCT (in Flute), ARCT (in Piano)

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Jaime Lau (Theory Assistant Teacher)
Piano, Theory

Jaime began her piano studies at the age of 5 and was a student of Ms. Shuk Han Yu, an Examiner of the Royal Conservatory of Music. At the Queen’s University, Jaime studied piano with Mr. Michel Szczesniak, Continuing Adjunct Lecturer in Piano (Keyboard).

As a young musician, Jaime actively involves in a variety of music groups. She was a member of the Toronto Children’s Chorus and has participated in school concert band as the flautist and clarinettist. She has also served as a singer and pianist in the worship team at her church.

As a graduate from the Queen’s University with a Bachelor of Music, Jaime aims to use her knowledge in music theory and piano pedagogy to ignite the enthusiasm for music in her students.

Credentials: B.Mus.

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April Wei
Music Adventure, Music Development, Theory

April is a current ARCT piano performance candidate. She studies piano and music theory with Ms. Nancy Cheung at Pro-Music. Due to her vibrant personality and hard-working attitude, she was chosen to be the assistant teacher of varies courses, like music theory, Music Adventure and Music Development.

April loves music. She is the cello section leader of the Markville Symphonic Orchestra. Apart from piano and cello, April also plays the flute. Besides playing musical instrument, she enjoys making music arrangements, simplifying large-scale orchestral works into ensemble music.

April worked as a summer camp counselor which provided her extensive opportunity in interacting with children. On the other side, for RCM theory examinations, she has achieved First Class Honours with Distinction in both Rudiments and Music History.

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Jennifer Wong (Theory Assistant Teacher)

Jennifer is a music undergraduate student at Western University with advanced entry status to the Richard Ivey School of Business. With her extensive involvement outside the school community, she was awarded the “Student Trustee Award for Character” with scholarship from the York Region District School board in June 2018. She was also selected by the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Music as a “University of Toronto Scholar”, which granted her full scholarship to attend their university for the 2018-2019 school year. She currently serves as the Vice-President of Finance on the Faculty of Music Student Council, Chair of the Gift Fund Committee for the Faculty of Music and First Year Representative for UNICEF at Western University.

Jennifer strives to inspire and help children bring out their inner musical talent and achieve excellence in an interactive and enjoyable environment. Each lesson is tailored perfectly to suit each of her students’ needs.

Jennifer began playing the piano at the age of 3. As a devoted music teacher, her students have consistently earned First Class Honours and First Class Honours with Distinction rankings on their Royal Conservatory of Music examinations:

2020 – Level 8 Theory ~ 96%

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Shuk Han Yu
Piano, Theory

Shuk Han holds a Masters Degree in Music Librarianship from the Indiana University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also received LTCL in Performance and ATCL in Teaching from the Trinity College London.

As a Royal Conservatory of Music’s Examiner in piano, Shuk Han maintains a private piano and theory studio, in addition to teaching at the Pro-Music Conservatory.

In past years, Shuk Han served as pianist to the Toronto Chinese Christian Chorale. She also regularly accompanies singers and instrumentalists. Currently Shuk Han serves as Music Director at the St John’s Presbyterian Church in Scarborough.


Credentials: ATCL (Teaching)
LTCL (Performance)
B.A. (Music)
M.L.S. (Music Librarianship)