Bahar Ehsani (MEd)
Bahar Ehsani began her music teaching at the age of 19. She graduated from Art University of Tehran in classical flute performance under the supervision of Prof. Azin Movahed. She won the merit award in 2008 for her final performance. She was principal flutist of the Art University Symphonic Orchestra in Tehran for all three of her years there. She has also performed many solo recitals in Tehran and Vancouver. She participated in two teacher training courses which were mainly focused on the Orff methodology. In addition, Bahar has also attended the biannual Orff conference, RE_PLAY, in 2012 in Vancouver. Following her interest in education, she pursued graduate studies and completed her Master in Art Education at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver in 2010. Bahar is a brilliant teacher who has a great passion for teaching music to all children in addition to teaching flute, theory, and general musicianship. She has returned to Vancouver after teaching at and managing the very successful music school in Montreal, Re-Mi Academy of Music.
Listen to the performance from the 10th Anniversary Gala Concert:
Curves (I: “Magical & Woven”) by Ian Clarke
Bahar Ehsani (flute)
Mikyla Jensen (flute)
Karen Wen (flute)
Jenny Dou (piano)