Liam began learning piano at age 9 and later focused on low brass instruments, including tuba. He was selected to attend OELC (Ontario Education & Leadership Camp for music) a program for students who have shown talent for not only music but also a potential for leadership. This influenced his decision to attend university with the intent of becoming a music teacher.
Having been brought up with a strong sense of community has brought opportunities that have helped Liam grow as a musician. Volunteering at festivals, singing and playing in choirs and musicals and being part of the Cambridge Youth Symphony Orchestra are a few things that have helped to foster his performance confidence and enthusiasm, which is encouraged with Liam’s students.
Richard L’Abbe, owner of Queen Street Music School, was Liam’s first piano teacher so it is exciting for Liam to have the opportunity to share the passion passed on to him with new music students