Dawn Williams has been a successful music teacher for over 25 years. Ms. Williams’ talents are versatile; she is equally proficient in several instruments and received high praises for her performing and teaching skills. While studying at the University of Western Ontario and Brock university Ms. Williams took flute lessons with Christopher Lee and Fiona Wilkinson, which enable her to serve as a principal flutist in Cambrian Circle Singers and Klezmer band called Noodniks. At the same time, Ms. Williams was an active performer and often joined local large-scale events featuring military bands and various church functions. Ms. Williams also plays and teaches recorder and tin whistle, a popular Scottish wind instrument. Being an avid Celtic music scholar, Ms. Williams took part in Celt Fest workshops and expanded her stylistic knowledge by participating in jazz workshops.
As a pianist and vocalist, Ms. Williams enjoyed a long-spanning career in education. Ms. Williams has completed an ORFF program at UBC and is particularly gifted in working with beginner-level students nurturing young talents and teaching long-term appreciation and understanding of music.
Dawn Williams has been on the teaching faculty atWorld of Music and Arts from the beginning.