MEET THE TEAM
Paul holds his Honours Bachelor of Music Education with a major in voice from Wilfrid Laurier University. For the past 24 years, he has served Guelph and surrounding areas as a private music teacher, performer, songwriter, and adjudicator. Paul has been awarded for his songwriting from the Foundation to Assist Canadian Talent on Record several times over. Such awards have allowed him to travel to Nashville and work with some of the world's best songwriters, and study with The Nashville Songwriters Association. Most recently, past students of Paul's have become award-winning recording artists with Universal Music Canada (known as The Reklaws) spawning several number one hits, music videos and were winners of the Canadian Rising Talent award.
Paul Cook: Voice, Guitar, Songwriting
Camilla Cook is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University where she completed her Honours Bachelor of Music in Performance Voice and her Diploma in Opera. As a coloratura soprano, Camilla and has had the pleasure of performing roles in many musical genres from Opera and Oratorio to Music Theatre as well as Jazz and Pop Music. She and her husband Paul have performed in a duo called Blind Colour and have received several grants from FACTOR which led them to Nashville, Tennessee to continue working on their songwriting. Camilla has recently had the honour of performing many solos with the Guelph Symphonic Choir.
Camilla Cook: Voice, Piano, Songwriting
Jackie-Rose Brown is a graduate of the triple threat program at Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. Originally from Owen Sound, Jackie-Rose has worked in film, children's theatre and musical theatre. Some credits include: Shevil: The Musical (Toronto Fringe), The Princess and the Pea (Solar Stage) and The Comedy of Errors (Theatre Georgian Bay). Jackie-Rose has been teaching children's theatre, private voice and piano lessons for over 5 years. Since moving to Guelph, Jackie-Rose has begun teaching at C&C Music School, vocal directs for Little Monkey Entertainment, and runs after school Glee Club programs.
Jackie-Rose Brown: Voice, Piano
Kevin has 16 years of guitar playing experience and has performed in bands throughout the local area. He specializes in teaching beginners and intermediate students. He enjoys covering a broad range of genres and has an emphasis on rock and alternative rock. Combining a strong music theory background with music production skills, lessons can also cover songwriting and recording students' own music.
Kevin Green: Guitar
Stephen has an Honours Bachelor of Music Education with a major in voice from Queens University. For the past 14 years, he has been a proud educator, working with students in voice and instrumental throughout the GTHA. Stephen has extensive Music Theatre experience and specializes in vocal instruction for both large group and individual settings. A classically trained tenor, Stephen works with all age groups and can help voice students excel in their chosen genre. Stephen loves working with Show Choirs and older youth. His students learn about the importance of healthy singing, vowel formation, belt development and much more.
In addition to this, Stephen has been playing guitar for 30 years and enjoys working with beginner and intermediate students in individual or group settings.