Stéphanie Superle

A performer and teacher in the Greater Toronto Area, Stéphanie Superle is envisioning a new educational model for young musicians across Canada. One of only two Kinderflute-certified teachers in the country, Stéphanie is the founder and lead educator of Kinderflute Canada, an organization dedicated to the development of imaginative, creative, and inspiring young musicians eager to explore the flute and other wind instruments.

Stéphanie currently acts as Artist in Residence at Mayfield Secondary School in Caledon where she teaches private flute lessons, presents master classes, and serves as a panel adjudicator for woodwind entrance auditions. As a certified teacher of the Royal Conservatory of Music and a faculty member with the College of Examiners, Stéphanie shares her expertise and enthusiasm with aspiring musicians of all ages and abilities. Stéphanie is also a proud ambassador for Nuvo Instrumental, joining a team of international music educators who promote making musical instruments more accessible to young students around the world.

In 2008, Stéphanie received her Masters in Flute Performance at the University of Toronto. Previously she earned her Bachelor degrees in Flute Performance and in Music Education from the University of Saskatchewan. Stéphanie has performed in master classes with renowned Canadian flute soloist Susan Hoeppner; Timothy Hutchins, principal of l’Orchestre symphonique de Montréal; and soloist William Bennett in England, as well as in Canada at the Pender Island Flute Retreat in British Columbia. There, she also played for Lorna McGhee, principal of the Pittsburgh Symphony.

Stéphanie is a new mom so she currently lives on coffee and her daughter’s left overs. She enjoys running, crafting, and hot yoga. On weekends you’ll find Stéphanie coordinating kids’ crafts & activities at her local farmers’ market, watching the latest documentary cheesy movie on netflix, or catching up on sleep. In October 2014 she completed a half marathon (21K) to celebrate five years in remission from Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. In spring 2015, Stéphanie followed up with a 15K run in Toronto where she gave an address to over 10,000 fellow runners.

Stéphanie lives in Vaughan with her husband & daughter.

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