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Owner, Communications, Piano Instructor

Joanna opened InTune in September, 2013 and continues to find joy daily in managing, creating, and teaching in the studio.

With 12 years of teaching experience and an ARCT in Piano Performance through the RCM, Joanna strives to spark passion and develop strong musical foundations and intuition at the piano in all of her students. She takes a positive approach and helps her students build self-confidence through their success.

Joanna is active as a collaborative pianist, performing frequently in weddings, concerts, musicals, and operas. In August 2016 she travelled to Edinburgh, Scotland to perform in the opera Brundibar in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She is currently the accompanist for the Windsor Community Choir and Riverfront Theatre Company.

Also an accredited music therapist, Joanna works with Community Living Essex and Windsor to enhance the quality of life in adults with developmental disabilities.

In her spare time, Joanna finds balance in her life through practicing and teaching yoga, baking, and spending time with her husband, Chris, and their dog, Lucy.



Piano Instructor, Glee Choir pianist


Rebecca Goldstein, MTA, BMT, NMT has studied music for over twenty years, served in the army reserve for ten, and worked as a Music Therapist for five years.  Rebecca has been honoured to receive instruction on multiple instruments and styles from teachers around the world.  She has performed for dignitaries such as the Emperor of Japan and the Queen of England, and her compositions have been performed by colleagues and professionals, such as the Windsor Symphony Orchestra.
Rebecca incorporates a well-rounded approach to music education. Enjoyment is at the forefront of the experience and from here, an excellent skill-set and foundation can then easily follow.  She is grateful for the opportunities that have arisen from a love of music. Rebecca enthusiastically joined the InTune team to be able to share a passion for music and how it can shape our lives for the better.




Vocal Instructor, Glee Choir director

Allen is a native of Amherstburg, Ontario. He has performed leading roles in opera, operetta, and musical theatre and has starred on stages in Toronto, New York, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and countless others.

Allen holds a Masters in Literature and Performance (Voice- Musical Theatre) from Western University and an undergraduate degree (BMus) from University of Windsor.

Allen is currently an adjunct professor in the theatre department at St. Clair College. His students have been televised in national ad campaigns, regional theatres, and national tours.

You can find out more about Allen at his website http://www.allenlevack.com/






Vocal Instructor      

Erin Armstrong has been teaching the children of Windsor and Essex County for over a decade. Born and raised in Leamington, Ontario her musical career began early as she would serenade anyone would listen…loudly. Fast forward years later, and Erin discovered her ability to sing opera, while being loud once again, in her high school choir and was catapulted into an incredible journey of self-discover and a LOT of education. She received her Bachelors of Music with Honours from the University of Windsor, followed by her Masters of Music with an opera specialization from the University of British Columbia. She then entered into a Diploma program at UBC followed by a year’s contract with Calgary Opera as an Emerging Artist.

Upon completion of this 8 year education saga, Erin returned home in hopes she could affect change using her musical knowledge into the communities who gave her so much support in the beginning. Erin is also the founder and director of Music Moves Kids Day Camp, Choir and School Tour (www.musicmoveskids.com), La Pazza Diva Productions Recital Series and Concerts, and is still a working operatic professional. She loves her jobs as Singer, Director and Educator and is grateful to be living a life filled with music.







Vocal Instructor

Canadian mezzo-soprano, Amelia Daigle is a young performer known for her rich, unique timbre and her expressiveness both as an actress and as a musician. Last season Amelia placed first among Canada’s most talented singers at the National Music Festival in Edmonton, Alberta where Amelia was invited to perform at the Francis Winspear Centre for the closing ceremonies of the competition. This past year Amelia had the wonderful opportunity of traveling to Alcamo, Sicily to participate in the semi finals of the Concorso per Cantati Lirici Internazionale di Alcamo followed by a series of concerts in Montreal with Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques du Canada. Most recently Ms. Daigle participated in Opérafest Toronto where she studied under the tutelage of head coach, Claude Webster from L’Opéra de Montréal and internationally acclaimed stage director, Jeannette Aster from L’Academie de la Roche D’Hys-Domaine des Arts.

Upcoming performances include the role of Boy Genius in Kyle McDonald and Stuart Graham’s production of James Bond the Opera set to premier in Toronto this fall, and a guest appearance as concert soloist with the WSO in their upcoming season under the baton of Robert Franz. Operatic roles performed include Carmen (Carmen), Angelina (La Cenerentola), Dorabella(Cosi fan tutte), La Zia Principessa (Suor Angelica), and Carmela (La Vida Breve). In Spring 2014 Amelia was the proud recipient of the Windsor Endowment for the Arts Emerging Artist grant.

Ms. Daigle holds a MMus in Vocal Performance and Literature from Western University and has received training at various workshops such as Opera Nuova (Edmonton, Alberta 2014), Accademia Europa dell’Opera (AEDO, Lucca Tuscany, 2012), The Canadian Operatic Arts Academy (COAA, London, Ontario, 2012), Summer Opera Lyric Theatre (SOLT, Toronto), and Learning at the Detroit Opera House (LATOH, 2008, 2009 & 2011)


Vocal Instructor

Lilly Korkontzelos is originally from Toronto, and she is currently majoring in jazz/pop voice at the University of Windsor. Prior to beginning her post-secondary education Lilly was involved in the ARTS vocal program at Alexander Mackenzie High School where she focused on both vocal performance and choral direction, ultimately resulting in her leadership of the school’s jazz choir. Lilly’s involvement in the music program at AMHS also allowed her to pursue central roles in their musical theatre program as both a cast member as well as an ensemble coach. She was also involved with, and eventually employed by, the Etobicoke Jazz Band as a vocalist. Lilly has had training in several genres of music, including classical and musical theatre, but finds that her love of jazz always seems to prevail. Lilly is currently an intern at Polaris Recording Studio in addition to her position as the main vocalist of the Border City Quintet.








Guitar and Ukulele Instructor

David Bergeron is a graduate of the University of Windsor’s Bachelor of Music program and is currently honing his skills as a performer and composer around Windsor Essex County. David has extensive teaching and performing experience that ranges from weddings to pit bands. He has taught students of all ages, aiming to set up a solid music foundation that branches beyond the guitar and applies to all aspects of music. David’s original music has been performed in both Windsor and Toronto.









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Art Instructor

Shawna Munro is an artist and instructor currently living in Windsor-Essex County. She received her Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Windsor in 2009, her Master of Fine Art from the University of Manitoba in 2012, and a Certificate in Arts and Cultural Management from the University of Winnipeg in 2015. Shawna is a mixed media artist, specializing in craft practices. She has received several grants to create new art and her work has been shown across North America. An experienced teacher, Shawna has taught art workshops in both Winnipeg and Windsor, and worked as an adjunct professor at both the University of Winnipeg and Manitoba.