Isabella Rohner-Tensee has been playing both violin and piano since the age of 5. After years of Royal Conservatory training in both instruments she has completed her grade 8 piano exam a long with Advanced Theory. She also taught violin and piano lessons in her hometown of Orangeville throughout high school.

Though Isabella’s musical training mainly revolved around Royal Conservatory Exams, Isabella participated in the Orangeville and District Music Festival from 2015-2017, and qualified to play at the gala night, along with receiving a musical scholarship every year.

In 2015 she was also sponsored by the Orangeville and District Music Festival to attend a week of piano camp at the Summer Sizzle piano camp in Mount Forest. In 2018, although she did not participate in this festival herself, some of her students did, and a few of them also qualified for the gala night, and musical scholarships.

After moving away from home to study Psychology at the University of Guelph, Isabella has been experimenting and teaching herself how to fiddle on the violin and how to chord and play by ear on the piano.

Isabella believes that every student is unique, and such is determined to have diverse music lessons for each of her students so that she can help them to learn to love and appreciate music.