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“A patient, positive and thorough teacher, who encourages a passion for the flute and its music. She is also a wonderful, sensitive musician!” - I.Abols
“Our 15 year old daughter has been a
student of Sibylle's since she was 5 years old. They share and
extraordinary teacher/student relationship. It has been a delight to
watch and has been a great gift to our daughter's development both
musically and as a person. Hana has had much success as a musician,
winning several awards: Kiwanis, the Flute Society and a national
music award for the Alliance for New Music. Thank you Sibylle! Sibylle
has been exceptional, developing in Hana the discipline needed to
progress, while always managing an appropriate and maintainable level
of practice. But Sibylle also makes the lessons fun - I often hear
Hana laughing. Our highest level of recommendation for many years of
“I just wanted to take this opportunity to truly thank you for the past eleven years. I have learned so much more than just how to play the flute and I can't express in words how much it has meant to me. Again, thank you for everything.”
“Thank you, Sibylle, for helping me
to realize my potential.”
- Catharine Solomon, 17, Ontario Royal Conservatory of Music Gold Medalist 2013
In the Suzuki program, children receive weekly private lessons and bi-weekly groups lessons. Students will be motivated by their peers and have fun exploring tone development, posture, ensemble playing and performance practice, as well as review the repertoire, learn music rudiments and more.
Students receive weekly flute lessons. Private lessons and ensembles for students grade 6 and up teenagers and adults). The ensembles will take part in the different music festivals in and around Toronto. Students will be regularly prepared for RCM examinations.
Silverflute Studio offers bi-weekly group lessons for younger students and ensemble classes once a month for students grade 7 and up.
Students will be motivated by their peers and have fun, while exploring posture development, performance practice, tone study, ensemble playing, review of the repertoire, music theory and more. The ensembles are prepared to take part in the Kiwanis Festival of Greater Toronto or other competitions and events.
Expert advice to prepare for examinations or auditions. 50 minute pre-booked sessions paid with Paypal.
Winners of KIWANIS 2011:
With over 20 years of teaching experience, Sibylle Marquardt is one of the leading flute instructors in Toronto. She teaches students from age 5 to adult, beginners and young professionals, using the Suzuki method for her youngest players.
Teaching positions in Germany and Switzerland brought her to the Faculty of the Royal Conservatory of Music Toronto in 1998.
Since the fall of 2007 she is also the visiting artist at the Etobicoke School of the Arts. She is teaching out of the beautiful new Telus Centre of the Royal Conservatory on Bloor Street West as part of the wind program and has her Silverflute Studio in the Annex. She teaches private lessons, groups and ensembles for teenagers and adults and holds regular concerts for her students. As well, Sibylle offers expert advice now via Skype.
Her students and ensembles are multiple prize winners in the Kiwanis Music Festival of Greater Toronto, the flute competition of the Canadian Flute Association and the Alliance for New Music. Being an examiner herself, Sibylle's students register regularly for RCM examinations and their per- formances are rewarded with high marks and even a gold medal for a grade 8 exam.