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Peter Allen (b. 1961)

Jennifer Barrett-Drew (b. 1971)

Jennifer Barrett-Drew was born in Toronto and raised in Bedford Nova Scotia (Canada). After receiving her music education from Dawson College in Montreal, the Royal Conservatory of Music, and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Barrett-Drew relocated to Prince Edward Island with her husband, fellow classical guitarist Robert Drew. At that time the two officially opened Fretworks Guitar Studio which has since provided instruction in classical guitar, piano, music theory and music for young children. During that time the couple has had two children. In December 2001, Barrett-Drew received 'First-Place' in the international composition competition which was held at the eighth annual guitar festival 'Renaissance of the Guitar' organized by Ihar Shoshyn and Victor Kiyenia in Gomel, Belarus. The competition was for the best guitar miniature written for solo classical guitar. The title of the work was 'The Troll'. The piece was performed at the festival and was published in Eastern Europe in an anthology of miniatures for the classical guitar. Barrett-Drew's compositions have been featured at the East Coast Music Awards (2003) and The Contact East Conference (2003) and at numerous festivals and events throughout the Maritimes. September 2003 marked the release of a CD titled 'Ocean Suite', a collection of Barrett-Drew's compositions for solo classical guitar performed by Robert Drew.

Daniel Basiletti (b. 1976)

Daniel Basiletti was born on Prince Edward Island in 1976. He grew up in a musical family and learned how to play several instruments before settling on the two that interested him most: trumpet and piano. With a solid foundation in Jazz and Classical music, Daniel began to compose, drawing from the music he heard in Atlantic Canada and in New Orleans. He has composed music for several short films, but "Study of a Manhattan Subway" is his first published piece. This composition expresses the various moods of New York City, where he currently resides.

Rémi Bouchard (1936-2019)

Laurie Matthew Duncan (b. 1956)

Dennis Farrell (b. 1940)

Serge Filiatreault (b. 1958)

Serge Filiatreault holds a degree in trombone and has been, for more than 20 years, a teacher of trombone and low brass. In addition to many years as a freelance musician and clinician, Filiatreault has performed as a member of the brass quartet 4 Cast, music director of the Kwazulu-Natal Youth Orchestra (in South Africa), and trombonist with the Kwazulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra and l'Orchestre Symphonique de Trois-Rivières. Some of his compositions have been broadcast and performed in concert. Of particular note are his performances in the company of artists such as Shirley Bassey, Helmut Lotti, The Three Tenors and Zubin Mehta.

Anthony Genge (b. 1952)

Richard Gibson (b. 1953)

Laura Hoffman (b. 1948)

Rebekah Maxner

F. Jane Naylor (b. 1941)

Michael C. Snelgrove (b. 1962)

Barrie Sorensen (b. 1971)

Dale Sorensen (b. 1968)

John Spray

Stella terHart (b. 1960)

Hubert Tersteeg (1928-2016)

Bert Tersteeg was a long-time professor in the Music Dept., and a founder of the University of Prince Edward Island. Throughout his life he was active as a performer, teacher, administrator and composer. There are few musical organizations on PEI that have not been influenced by Bert to some degree. Bert composed and arranged many pieces for piano, brass ensemble, string quartet and other ensembles.