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Emma Colette Moss

Emma Colette Moss

Emma Colette Moss is a Czech-Canadian conductor, composer, librettist, pianist, and educator with a passionate commitment to enhancing the accessibility of music for all audiences via these platforms. She is currently enrolled at the University of Toronto, completing her Master's in Music in Orchestral Conducting under the guidance of Uri Mayer, Gillian MacKay, and Jamie Hillman. She completed her Undergraduate Degree with Honours, specializing in Composition and Piano Performance at the University of Toronto, where she received awards such as the Monika Ryckman Scholarship and Ben McPeek Scholarship, along with a faculty-supported nomination for the Rhodes Scholarship, and also received the Fine Arts Scholarship from the Rotary Club of Burlington. She has studied under the guidance of artists such as Larysa Kuzmenko, Alexander Rapoport, Ivars Taurins, Melanie Paul Tanovich, Matthew Emery, Elaine Choi, Tracy Wong, Tanya Gernburd, Alison Cooke, and Bruce Moritt. With opportunities such as co-directing & co-founding the Abreu Chamber Orchestra under the mentorship of the Orchestra Breva, and co-directing the Hamilton Sings!, working on librettos with Greenroom Collective contemporary composers, that of which have received National Arts Centre Creation Fund Grants, composing for major ensembles such as the Orchestra Breva, Concreamus Choir, Babel Chorus, and the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, recording with Navona Records, and having extensive group and private teaching experience, Emma Colette Moss has shown herself to be an emerging and passionate artist of note, developing her abilities for well over 15 years. In the Fall of 2022, she will begin as Assistant Conductor of the renowned choral ensemble Pax Christie Chorale under Dr. Elaine Choi, will work with Toronto Children's Chorus as a Conductor's Assistant under Zimfira Poloz, and is a featured Apprentice Conductor with Orchestra Toronto, under the guidance of Maestro Michael Newnham. Royal Conservatory of Music-educated, and Suzuki Method-educated in Piano Performance, all levels of theory, harmony, history, and analysis, her musicianship is sincere, appreciative, detailed, and passionate, demonstrated via an eager, kindred, and charming sense of musicality to be shared with all.

Instrument / Discipline

  • Piano
  • Rudiments
  • Harmony
  • History
  • Analysis
  • Composition
  • Voice

Spoken languages

  • English

Specialized in

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

Teaches At

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