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Cynthia is a passionate music educator, songwriter/arranger, researcher and community activator. Following studies in piano, flute, bassoon, oboe, 'ukulele and voice, and after completing her conservatory piano levels, a degree in music, and diploma in arts management, she spent 15+ years working in marketing, fundraising and event planning in the performing arts, not-for-profit, healthcare and education sectors.
Cynthia currently runs a private music studio ('ukulele and piano), teaches 'ukulele group classes and workshops locally and internationally, leads the Royal City Ukulele Ensemble program, and is the Founder and Director of the Royal City Uke Fest in Guelph, Ontario. She is also part of James Hill's Uketropolis Team, is a sessional lecturer at University of Guelph, and recently completed her Masters in Community Music at Wilfrid Laurier University with research interests in adult learning, well-being, and the intersection of music education and community music.