Nadia Santoro holds an Honours Bachelor of Music with Distinction from the University of Windsor where she pursued advanced piano studies under Dr. E. Gregory Butler. She won the 2016 Board of Governors Medal in Music for highest academic standing among her graduating class and is on route to completing a Master of Fine Arts in Music this Fall.
Santoro made her debut with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra as First Pianist in Saint-Saëns's The Carnival of the Animals under the baton of Maestro Robert Franz. She has enjoyed a number of opportunities to perform solo piano works in masterclasses of esteemed artists such as Yoko Hirota, Katherine Dowling, Sara Davis Beuchner, and David Syme.
Santoro has extensive experience preparing students for public performances including masterclasses, ORMTA recitals, music festivals, competitions and RCM examinations. Her approach is crafted to encourage methodical preparation for several performances throughout the year. To this end, weekly performance masterclasses are hosted at her home studio from October through April.
Instrument / Discipline
- Youth (7-17)
- Adults (18+)
- Young Children (under 7)
- Music school
- Teacher's home
- Teacher's studio
- 2016 - BMus - Music - University of Windsor
- Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association - Provincial / State