Reihane got her degree in music at the University of Ottawa. Meanwhile, she was collaborating as a violin player with the Opera production of Ottawa University. Her persuasion to teach music got her taking part in Suzuki Teachers’ Training. During her studying, she has been playing violin in the Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, singing in the Ottawa Youth Choir, working for the Ottawa International Chamber Music festival, and collaborating as a mentor in the Capital Strings Collective.
Her passion for music pedagogy directed her to work as a volunteer at Piano Pedagogy Research Lab in the University of Ottawa to study cognitive and intellectual mechanisms of mental developments in child prodigies. This is where she found her special interest in studying the complex interaction between music and our brain.
She enjoys working through a variety of teaching methods as she believes that each student has a unique way of learning and creative performance that exceeds traditional and standardized methods of teachings.
Instrument / Discipline
- Youth (7-17)
- Adults (18+)
- Young Children (under 7)
- At a school
- At own studio
- 2014 - BA Honors - University of Ottawa
- 2010 - Suzuki Teachers' training - Suzuki Association of the America
- Suzuki Association of the Americas - National