Erin Frances Fisher’s teaches piano at the Victoria Conservatory of Music. Her students have received scholarships, attended Piano Academy and participated in RCM exams and masterclasses. She teaches ages four and up, offering Kelly Kirby Method lessons for young beginners. Erin holds an MFA from the University of Victoria, Diplomas in both Piano Performance, Pedagogy, and Composition from Camosun College, and an AVCM in Piano Pedagogy and Performance. She has received music and teaching awards such as the Woods International Piano Scholarship, and Teacher Training Excellence Award.
In addition to her music studio, Erin is a sessional instructor in the Writing Department at the University of Victoria, and her short stories have appeared internationally in various journals, including The Malahat Review, Little Fiction, PRISM international, and Granta. She was the 2014 winner of the RBC Writer’s Trust of Canada Bronwen Wallace Emerging Writer’s Award, The Malahat Review’s 2012 Open Season Award for Fiction, and PRISM international’s 2011 Short Fiction Grand Prize.