& Tech Service
Located in Selkirk, Manitoba
Serving Selkirk, Winnipeg and the Interlake region
My goal is to help your piano sound and play its best!
Consistent tuning and regulation help keep your piano in tip top shape. Clicks, clacks, clunks and improper regulation interfere with the enjoyment of your piano - I am also qualified to do repair and restoration work.
Looking forward to meeting you and your pianos!
Standard tunings, pitch raising and pitch lowering
General repairs - including regulation, action repairs, voicing, and more
Installation and maintenance of the Piano Life Saver System by Dampp-Chaser
Collaborative piano (piano accompaniment) for soloists, choral ensembles, band ensembles and churches
"Would like to say thank you for the wonderful work you did tuning the pianos... both the other organist and myself immediately noticed the sound of the two instruments together. We both agreed that it has been a very long time since the two instruments blended so well together. There were many positive comments from people in the congregation about the sound of the piano as well... I have also been enjoying my piano at home, so thank you very much."
–Brenda Gulay, Arborg
Education and Training
Certified Piano Technician (Piano Technology Program, Western University, 2014)
BMus (MusEd) with Great Distinction, University of Saskatchewan (1994)
Conductor and administrator for Canadian Forces Base Borden Brass & Reed Band (2009-2013)
Staff arranger, Royal Air Force Band, Winnipeg (formerly Air Command Band) (2001-2009)
Collaborative piano experience with vocalists, choral ensembles, band ensembles and at churches
Silver medal Grade 10 Royal Conservatory of Music (1988)
Member of Selkirk & District Chamber of Commerce (since fall 2014)
Member of Manitoba Choral Association (since fall 2014)
Ambassador of goodwill with the Canadian Armed Forces music branch, reserve and regular force (1989-2013)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Saskatoon (1997-1998)
Teacher at Heart of the City Piano Program, an inner city school piano project
(Pleasant Hill Community School, Saskatoon SK, 1996-1998)