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Cheryll Chung

Cheryll Chung

Cheryll Chung holds a Masters of Music in conducting from the University of Toronto where she studied with Dr. Doreen Rao and Maestro Raffi Armenian. She was twice recipient of the prestigious Elmer Iseler Fellowship. She also received the John O. Mc Keller Scholarship for her work in Music Education and Choral music, the Ellen Battle Stoeckel Fellowship for her work as a conductor at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival (part of the Yale School of Music). She is Founder and Artistic Director of the Chamber Chamber Singers, conducts three choirs at the Royal Conservatory of Music and teaches music history classes and piano at Euromusic. Cheryll was a music specialist and taught music with the York Region District School Board for ten years. She runs an active private studio where she teaches piano, theory, voice and conducting lessons. Her students have won top awards at local festivals, top awards and marks at the Royal Conservatory of Music exam program, qualified for provincial music festivals and have been accepted to Canadian universities for Music. Her piano teachers have included: Boris Lysenko, Marina Geringas and Lynda Metelsky. She enjoys teaching students of all ages and helps them to develop their musical potential. Lessons for 2020-2021 have all be facilitated online via Zoom, Skype and Google.

Instrument / Discipline

  • Piano
  • Rudiments
  • History
  • Voice
  • Theory

Spoken languages

  • English

Specialized in

  • Youth (7-17)
  • Adults (18+)
  • Beginner/Elementary
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Teaches At

  • At a school
  • At own studio
  • At student home
  • Online


  • 2006 - Master of Music - University of Toronto
  • 2004 - Bachelor of Education - OISE, University of Toronto
  • 2003 - Bachelor of Music - University of Toronto


  • Euromusic Centre @ 2651 John Street, Unit 8, Markham ON, CA, L3R 2W5
  • Royal Conservatory of Music @ Telus Centre for Performance and Learning - 273 Bloor St W, Toronto ON, CA, M5S1W2