Our team is comprised of genuinely gifted minds...

Leah Harris

Leah Harris is a pianist, vocalist, and songwriter with a background in education and e-learning design. Leah has been a professional musician and educator for 15 years.

Leah attended Berklee College of Music for Piano Performance, and now holds two Bachelor degrees, both in Music and in Education. Leah gained most of her live performance experience in the Detroit and New York music scenes before moving to Sweden in 2013 for a teaching job at an international school.

In 2015, Leah moved to Finland for a job at Helsinki-based startup Yousician, where she designed the Yousician Piano educational program from scratch – now the world’s most popular piano learning app used by over a million students.

Leah has been a part of Montessori Mozarts since its early days, and is excited to be back in Canada for her new role as Business Development Manager. She is passionate about the future of the company and looking forward to the many exciting plans ahead!

Teaches Everything Orchestra & Drumming

Alana Wevers

To Alana, music is a way to express her emotions. Whether it be listening to a certain genre of music to lift my mood or enhance a mood, or playing a piece of music that allows me to express feeling and paint a picture for the listener.

She believes that music can work through an individual in many ways, and becomes a special part of their life. Music can bring out emotions, work in different ways for everyone, and can be transferred to daily skills. She plans to bring these elements into her teaching and help her students experience the full power of music.She is thrilled to be a teacher at Montessori Mozarts to guide her students down the a path that suits them, and encourages to keep learning, keep trying and experience what music has to offer in their life.
Voice & Piano Teacher

Amelia Daigle

Windsor native, Amelia Daigle is a professional opera singer who has graced stages in both Europe and across North America singing roles such as Bizet's Carmen and Rossini's La Cenerentola.

Praised for her rich mezzo voice and musicality, Ms. Daigle recently placed first at the National Music Festival in Edmonton, Alberta in the Voice Category where she competed against singers from across Canada.
Guitar Teacher

Dylan Marion

Dylan is a pianist, vocalist, and primarily a guitar player. Dylan received his advanced diploma in Classical Guitar Performance from Cambrian College in 2021.

During his studies he received awards for academic excellence in music history, conducting, and music theory/composition. Also experienced in the competition environment, Dylan has won many gold medals at the regional Kiwanis level and in 2021 he was a competitor at the OMFA Provincial Finals where he placed 3rd. Besides his love for the guitar Dylan also enjoys songwriting, composing/arranging, and singing as a member of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus.
Piano Teacher

Karen Price

Karen Price is a native of Windsor where she earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance. She received her Master of Music in Choral Conducting at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

Ms Price is a Leslie Bell Conducting Award winner and is a member of the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) as well as the Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association (ORMTA). A life-long love of teaching led to teaching students of all ages and experience in classrooms, ensembles and in private studios. Ms. Price is the new Artistic Director of the Windsor-Essex Youth Choir.
Piano Teacher

Monique Soulliere

Monique has enjoyed playing the piano for 35 years and has over 15 years experience teaching.

Having followed the Royal Conservatory of Music curriculum, she enjoys teaching Classical Piano and techniques, as well as Popular music. With Monique’s guidance, many of her students have successfully achieved their RCM Piano certificates up to Level 8.
Monique incorporates music theory into all lessons, corresponding with the age and level of each student. This enables students to form a solid understanding of music theory, which they can utilize while playing their own instruments or while composing.
As a mother to young children, Monique understands the importance and impact a solid foundation in music education has on children’s development. She strongly believes that people of all ages and backgrounds can benefit from learning to play an instrument and is passionate about sharing her love of music with her students. Monique continues to be amazed and inspired by each student’s progress and abilities.
Voice & Flute Teacher

Taylor Pare

To Taylor, music is an emotion outlet, a voice and a passion. "Music is a means of connecting with others while inspiring and expressing my own thoughts and ideas."

As a creative individual, she believes that teaching is very similar to musical performance: you prepare your repertoire/lesson plans well in advance, you over come the nerves that are inevitably present in your stomach, and you share what you love with others in an active and inspiring approach.

Taylor helps her students determine what music is to them, whether it be an Arts credit, a study tool, or a way of life. She finds teaching music to be the most rewarding performance.

Guitar & Ukelele Teacher

Justin Jewell

Justin is a 21 year old guitar and ukulele instructor from Belle River, Ontario. Justin started taking guitar lessons when he was just 10 years old and has always had a passion for music. Music has always been part of his life.

At the young age of 17, Justin was diagnosed with Leukaemia, and music has helped him through the hardest days of treatment. Playing his guitar provided solace for himself, and for his family. Aside from teaching and performing, Justin also produces his own original music which is expected to be released in the new future! Justin is thrilled to be part of the Montessori Mozarts to teach and share his passion with his students!
Piano Teacher

Vince Pipitone

Vincent is primarily a pianist, but also vocalist, bassist and producer. He has received advanced diploma in Piano Performance, and won 2 piano awards including top performer of his year in Cambrian College in 2021.

Most experienced in piano, Vincent is very adaptable and open to teaching all kinds of music. Generally speaking, anything to do with keyboards is up his ally like synthesizers and organs. During college, he experienced the metal world playing bass for a friends band, and also did a one year diploma for music production. Synths and sound is a big interest, and rabbit hole he has delved into. With good performance edict and a professional, but a calm atmosphere, he gets the job done.