Judith deHaney was born in Toronto, Canada. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto where she received her Bachelor of Music Degree in Piano Performance. Later she went on to study with Leslie Kinton at the Glenn Gould Professional School at the Royal Conservatory of Music where she earned an Artist Teacher Diploma. Ms. deHaney has participated in various Masterclasses given by John Perry, Robert Macdonald and Marc Durand and has studied with Arlene Shrut at The Juilliard School of Music in New York. Ms. deHaney’s role as a Performer, Chamber Musician and Accompanist has enabled her to perform in Toronto, Vancouver, Aspen and Jamaica. She has performed at many venues including the Glenn Gould Studio, Air Canada Centre and Tom Thomson Art Gallery.
As well as teaching privately for more than 20 years, Judith also teaches at Branksome Hall School, various Daycare centres within the Toronto area and is the resident Orff teacher at the Canadian Children’s Dance Theatre SummerArts Program.
In her spare time she enjoys taking Adult Ballet Classes at the National Ballet School, Fencing, perfecting her culinary skills and developing and introducing new pedagogical tools for her students!