Natalie Artemas-Polak

Natalie Artemas-Polak is based in Ontario, Canada. She attended McMaster University and the University of Western Ontario in Canada, where she earned degrees in music theory and history. She later attended the University of Surrey in Guildford, England, where she did post-graduate study in musicological research, specializing in the music of Gustav Holst.

Natalie spent two years in Prague, teaching music and English as a Foreign Language.

She is a freelance writer on music and travel for various sites and journals. She also teaches piano and music theory, and is the accompanist of the Halton Regional Police Chorus in southern Ontario.

Please contact Natalie via Music & Vision.

Articles by Natalie Artemas-Polak

Piano music by Federico Mompou. 'Haskell Small's contemplative approach admirably suits these pieces ...'

Music by John Beckwith. '... an important voice in Canadian music ...'

 

 

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