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"I have had Kevin come in and work with my university students on several occasions to teach songwriting and music production. In all instances, it has been a wonderful experience for the classes. I never cease to be amazed by Kevin’s depth of experience in so many kinds of music, and by how easily and effectively he is able to share this wealth of knowledge with the students. He is an excellent teacher, and it is a pleasure to watch him work." 

-- Prof. Lisa Lorenzino, Ph.D.

Chair of the Music Education Department

Schulich School of Music

Teaching background

Kevin has been teaching music for almost as long as he's been playing it (over 30 years). He is PhD-ABD (all but dissertation) in Music Education at McGill University, where his primary research area was creativity. He is the founder and director of the Rock le Bot music camp for Acadian youth in his home town of Clare, Nova Scotia. Kevin is currently a member of the Coopérative des professeurs de musique de Montréal and is on the faculty of the CAMMAC Music Center, as well as being a frequent guest lecturer at the Schulich School of Music's Music Education department. Drawing from a background that is both deep and diverse, Kevin teaches guitar, bass, ukulele, composition, songwriting, and music production, as well as coaching ensembles and giving workshops.


A natural educator by disposition, Kevin is known for his boundless and infectious energy, curiosity, creativity, and dedication to the art of teaching music.

Click here to contact Kevin about scheduling private & group lessons or workshops.

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