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Victoria Rondinelli

Piano and Voice Instructor


Victoria Rondinelli is a recent graduate of the University of Western Ontario, where she completed both her four year Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education (with a specialty in Voice Instruction studying under renowned Canadian Mezzo-Soprano, Anita Krause-Wiebe), as well as her Bachelor of Education at Althouse College (UWO) with Honors and Distinction.

 Victoria began piano training at age four and voice training at age seven in Niagara Falls, Ontario. She has participated in frequent Kiwanis Music Festival competitions (for both voice and piano) as well as the annual NATS competition here in London. To compliment her love and passion for teaching, Victoria has participated in various performances in Niagara as well as with the UWOpera at Western.

 Victoria’s passion for choral music has provided her the opportunity to conduct children’s choirs, church choirs, high school choirs and community choirs in both Niagara Falls and London which culminated this year when she was recognized by Western University with the 2013 Dawson Woodburn Memorial Award for Excellence in Vocal/Choral Pedagogy.  Currently, Victoria is assistant conductor to Dr. Wayne Carroll at Knox Presbyterian Church in St. Thomas, Ontario and conductor of the West Elgin Choral Society.

 Victoria began teaching voice privately in Niagara Falls with a small studio in 2007 comprised of voice and piano students and has continued into her current teaching with Sound and Motion studio in London.  Victoria is currently pursuing her Masters of Music Therapy at Wilfrid Laurier University.  She is very excited to be a part of the team here at Sound in Motion and cannot wait to work with her students.

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