Music Initiation teacher
Studies: Bachelor in Classical Singing – Université de Montréa
In love with music since childhood, Alice Newman–Gougeon discovered music for the first time during music initiation classes. It is thanks to this wonderful experience that she is now giving classes in this field. Her teaching is mainly inspired by the Orff method as well as the philosophy of “Music for People,” a non-profit organization dedicated to music-making and music improvisation as a means of self-expression
Ella has also been a member of many choirs and began playing the piano at the age of five. She then took singing lessons at the Vincent-d’Indy School of Music before studying classical music at the Université de Montréal. During her studies, Alice was part of several operas, ensembles and artistic performances. She is particularly interested in baroque and romantic music, as well as pop and latin music.
Alice has a varied, multi-year experience with children of all ages from 18 months to 15 years of age. She has also conducted music awakening workshops in daycares and is well aware of the unique challenges that teaching and animation can represent.