Meditative Piano Music, Music That Gives Deep Peace

Pianist, Composer, Organist, Piano Teacher,

Choir Director,

​Orchestra Conductor,

​Music Director at Knox Presbyterian Church

St. Thomas

Martin Christian Anderle

Biography

Martin studied at the University of Music in Vienna, where he was awarded the degree of “Magister der Künste” (Master of Music) in organ. There he also received degrees in piano, piano pedagogy and choral conducting. He further studied at the University of Music “Mozarteum” in Salzburg, where he received a degree in orchestral conducting. ...

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Meditative music with Martin can be experienced as the bearer of an inner power. This power reaches our entire being, our reactions and our environment. The more each musical tone is part of a greater spiritual force, the stronger is the effect on the listener. Music that carries great spiritual power, music of great peace, music that leads into stillness, music that makes us feel close to our spiritual source - all of this can be found in the meditative piano music of Martin.

Martin gives organ lessons on the magnificant four manual pipe organ of Knox Church. He plays piano accompaniment for vocal students and students of string and woodwind instruments.

Piano Lessons, Lessons In Music Theory, Piano Improvisation and Composition 

Martin has been a member of the Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association (ORMTA) since he moved to Ontario in 2011, specializing in piano and theory.  Martin teaches at Knox Presbyterian Church, 55 Hincks Street, St. Thomas. There, lessons are given in the Conservatory of the Church on a Yamaha C7 grand piano. He also teaches at the Guelph School of Music and offers lessons in his home at 219 Woodworth Crescent, St. Thomas, where students may play his exquisite Bösendorfer grand piano. He teaches students of all levels and ages and prepares candidates for the exams of the Royal Conservatory of Music, including the ARCT (Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Toronto) exam. Theory lessons include harmony, counterpoint, analysis and history.