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Anne Marie Page

Anne Marie Page is a member of the Visiting Faculty at the St. Andrew’s Academy
of Music and the St. Anne’s Academy of Music. Anne Marie coaches Piano, Organ,
Voice, Flute, and Theory, working with Elementary through Advanced level
students. Ms. Page was previously Repertoire Promotions Consultant for the
Canadian Music Centre, promoting Canadian music to orchestras, choirs, and
ensembles worldwide.
Anne Marie Page is a member of the College of Examiners, and RCM Advanced
Specialist, Piano and Theory, for The Royal Conservatory. Anne Marie has been
active in the development of Remote Exams since August 2019, has contributed
to the Frederick Harris Study Guides and Teacher Certification online resources,
and served as a member of the Piano Syllabus, 2015 Edition Selection Committee
for The Royal Conservatory. Other work for The Royal Conservatory has included
managerial roles in Academic Communications, Academic Operations, and
Academic Services.
Anne Marie has conducted and performed in the UK, Europe, and throughout
North America; she has performed on television and radio for ABC, CBC, and BBC.
Ms. Page is active as Organ Recitalist and Conductor, including solo performances
in the UK at Ripon Cathedral, St. Chad’s Shrewsbury, Chester Cathedral, Hampton
Court, Chelmsford Cathedral, Yorkminster Cathedral, Westminster Cathedral, and
St. Paul’s Cathedral, London; in Paris at L’Eglise St. Roche, Les Invalides, and The
American Cathedral, at the Copenhagen Conservatory of Music, at Gothenburg
Cathedral in Sweden, and as collaborative pianist for massed choir at Tivoli
Concert Hall, Copenhagen. Performances in Canada and the United States have

included First Presbyterian Church in Fort Wayne, First Presbyterian in Atlanta, a
premiere performance at the Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix, Holy Trinity Church,
Toronto, St. James’ Cathedral, Hamilton, St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, Canada,
Trinity College in the University of Toronto, and the Cathedral Church of St.
James, Toronto. At Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, Anne Marie has performed on
numerous occasions as conductor, organist, and pianist.
Anne Marie adjudicates for Young Artist, ORMTA, MusicFest, Rotary and Kiwanis
competitions as well as Canada’s Wonderland Festival of Music. Numerous CD
recordings include choral, solo, and chamber music, as well as recordings with
Page Two Trumpet and Organ Duo.
As Vocal Coach at St. Andrew’s College, Anne Marie coached Spring Awakening
and the St. Andrew’s Glee Club. Ms. Page served for fourteen seasons as
Accompanist and Assistant Conductor to the Stratford Concert Choir. For a
decade, Anne Marie accompanied the award-winning St. Marys Children’s Choir.
Anne Marie served as a faculty member at LakeField Music (CAMMAC) for ten
seasons. For eight years, Anne Marie was Director of Choirs and Music Theatre,
and Resident Piano Tutor, at Kingsway College School, Toronto, during which time
she served as Vocal Coordinator for the 1000-voice choir at the Conference of
Independent Schools Music Festival at Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto.
Anne Marie has composed music for the CD dramatization of Ben Johnson’s
Volpone and wrote and directed a production entitled The Jester’s Music,
sponsored by Yamaha Canada for Stratford Summer Music. Ms. Page performed
with the Stratford Festival as keyboardist on eight productions.
Ms. Page holds an Honours Bachelor of Performance from Western University, an
Associate of the Royal Canadian College of Organists, and a Bachelor of Education
in Vocal Music from Western University.
Ms. Page has taught music, English, drama and exceptional learner programs for
the Avon-Maitland School Board and the Conference of Independent Schools.
Anne Marie served as Director of Music Ministry at North Bramalea Presbyterian
Church, Minister of Music at Kingsway-Lambton United Church, Music Director at
Aurora United Church, Music Minister at St. Matthew’s Anglican, Islington,

Director of Music at Eastminster United Church, Toronto, and Director of Music at
Mount Zion Lutheran, Waterloo.

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