About Lalitha & Jeremy

We met in a library!  We were introduced at the Faculty of Music library of the University of Toronto. As it turned out, that was a fortuitous place to meet. 

So much of our music has developed over decades of training, collaborating and experimenting. Our music has taken us to more than 30 countries where we’ve shared our music with broad audiences… presidents and diplomats, school children, the incarcerated, refugee camps, and public figures like Mother Teresa.

We have maintained teaching studios for over 30 years.  It has been so rewarding and fulfilling to see students reach their goals, receive recognition and awards for their achievements and discover the personal strengths and pleasures that come from learning to express themselves skillfully and freely.  A number of our students have continued in music through university and into professional careers.  

When we’re not making music or teaching it we spend our time traveling, gardening and enjoying time with our adult kids!

Here’s to music and all of life’s roads that it has taken us down!


Lalitha began her piano career at age four and continued taking private lessons until attending the University of Toronto where she completed her Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Education degrees, earning scholarships in both programs.

For more than 35 years, Lalitha has taught piano and conducted choirs as well as being sought after as an accompanist. She has held posts as a church music director and has taught music in both public and private elementary and high school systems. In addition to being a Suzuki teacher, Lalitha is also a Suzuki parent with a son studying violin and a daughter studying piano. She’s a member of the Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association and the Ontario College of Teachers.



Jeremy's musical career began with violin lessons at age 7 and continued through years of study including opportunities at the Banff School of Fine Arts and the renowned Meadowmount School of Music, New York. Jeremy taught violin at the Huntington Conservatory, Laurentian University before earning his Bachelor of Music from the University of Toronto in 1986. He then went on to do a Master of Arts degree in California.

Today, Jeremy has a vibrant violin studio, sits on the board of directors of the Suzuki Association of Ontario and is a member of ACTRA (the professional actors union in Canada) doing voice work for radio, television, and film.