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The Kingston Chapter of Music for Kids Canada was established in 2014 and is already a well integrated presence in the local arts and charity scene. As an official partner of Queen’s University, MFK at Kingston is happy to have many local secondary students in addition to university undergraduate students in its volunteer roster. In cooperation with charities such as Joe’s Mill and music stores such as Limestone Music, Music for Kids hopes to bring accessible music lessons in addition to music supplies to financially underprivileged youth in all communities of Kingston.
Henri Van Rooy, Vice-
Henri is an Executive of the new Kingston chapter of Music for Kids Canada. He has practiced classical guitar for 9 years and has completed up to the Grade 8 Royal Conservatory of Music examination; he also played the trombone for many years in concert and jazz bands.
Henri has recently joined Music for Kids and has focused his efforts in establishing the new Kingston chapter. He is currently studying life Science at Queen’s University, in Kingston Ontario.
Michael Quach, Vice-
Michael Quach is currently the vice-
Michael is a graduate of the International Baccalaureate program at Colonel By Secondary School. He currently studies at Queen’s University, pursuing an Honours degree in Biochemistry.
Brett Kinrade, Vice-
Brett is an Executive of the Kingston chapter of Music for Kids Canada. He has completed up to the Grade 8 Royal Conservatory of Music examination in Piano along with playing a myriad of other band and string instruments. Music has made a tremendous impact on his life and he believes that music education is essential for maintaining a well-
Brett is one of the newest members of Music for Kids; he is helping out with future events and lesson plans under the organization. He currently studies at Queen’s University, pursuing an Honours degree in Biochemistry.
Sohaib Haseeb, Vice-
Sohaib is an Executive of the Kingston Chapter of Music for Kids Kingston. Though not a musician, he has always advocated for non-
He is currently in his third year of undergraduate studies at Queen’s University, pursuing an Honours Bachelor in Life Sciences.