Heather Fyffe is a versatile musician who has been active as a teacher, band and choral conductor, chamber musician, accompanist, vocal coach, trombonist, adjudicator, and piano soloist for over 15 years.
Since her return to her native Fredericton in 2008, Heather has contributed to the local musical community as conductor of the Fredericton Concert and Marching Band, Music Director of the Fredericton Gilbert and Sullivan Society, and Organist/Choir Director for Gibson Memorial United Church, in addition to being highly in demand as an accompanist for Music Festivals, student examinations, and recitals.
While living for several years in Ontario, Heather was involved on the Board of the Rotary Burlington Fall Music Festival, including a year as Artistic Director. She has been a Registered Music Teacher in several provinces since 1995, and has often served on RMT executives.
Heather holds a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance from the University of Victoria, where she received a prestigious University Fellowship, and a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Acadia University, where she was awarded the University Medal for Music for highest standing in her graduating class.