Mikyla Jensen (BMus, MMus, DMA(cand))
Mikyla Jensen began piano lessons at the age of three, and completed her ARCT in piano performance from the Royal Conservatory of Canada at the age of 17. Jensen fell in love with the flute, graduating from the University of Regina (Saskatchewan) in June 2015, receiving a Bachelor of Music degree with great distinction, under the tutelage of Marie-Noelle Berthelet. Mikyla was the winner of the University of Regina Concerto Competition in 2014, appearing as a soloist with their orchestra in 2015 and has won numerous awards and scholarships in both performance and academics from the University of Regina from 2011-2015. She has recently completed her master’s degree in flute performance at the University of Manitoba, under the direction of Laurel Ridd, Layla Roberts, and academic advisor Allen Harrington. She studied there under the prestigious University of Manitoba Graduate Scholarship. Beginning in September, 2017, Jensen is looking forward to studying music theory at the graduate level at the University of British Columbia, in pursuits of a doctoral degree. An avid music teacher of over ten years in flute, piano, music theory and music history, Mikyla enjoys working with students of all ages and abilities.