Lee Stubbe

Conservatory Instructor
Piano, Accompaniment

In His Studio:

Lee Stubbe teaches piano, and history with the Conservatory. Lessons with Lee cost $66 per hour. He is accepting students at this time. Lee will teach students ages 7 and up, and will teach any level of student. In Lee’s studio, students are encouraged to work towards exams, participate in recitals, and participate in Music Festival. He teaches classical, jazz, rock/pop, and improv music. Lee requires students to supply their own binder or notebook, books, and piano at home to practice on (Acoustic piano is recommended, however electric piano with 88 weighted keys will also work.), and his practice expectations depend on the student and their goals. Lee's goal as a teacher is to have students arrive at their potential through fun and creativity. Lee emphasizes physical approaches to piano to avoid injury.

Biography:

Lee Stubbe has been playing piano for 20 years. He earned a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance and Music History from the University of Regina in 2011, and a Masters in Musicology from Western University in 2015. Along with teaching piano at the Conservatory, he is active in the Regina music scene as an accompanist for soloists and choirs. He is also Music Director of Wesley United Church, and is the harpsichordist for Regina's early music ensemble Per Sonatori.
  • BMus, Piano Performance and Music History, University of Regina
  • MMus, Musicology, University of Western Ontario


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