Program Directors

crystalCrystal Sequeira
Co-Director External 
Year/Program: U3 Honours Microbiology & Immunology
Hobbies: Reading, baking all things sweet, singing karaoke, and playing the piano!
Favourite piano piece: Nocturne No.1 Op. 9, by Chopin

shanilShanil Wijesinghe
Co-Director Internal
Year/Program: U2 Economics
Hobbies: Piano, chess, swimming
Favourite Piano Piece: Consolation no. 3, by Liszt

Executive Members


Janet Chan
Finance Director
Year/Program: First Year Masters in Physical Therapy
: Playing the piano, fitness and yoga
Favourite Piano Piece
: Nocturne No.1 Op. 9,  by Chopin

connieConnie Li
Pedagogy Director (Volunteers)
Year/Program: U1 Neuroscience
: Running and writing
Favourite Piano Piece
: Sonata in b minor S. 178, by Listz


Emily Huang
Pedagogy Director (Students)
Year/Program: U1 Philosophy, Environment and International Relations
Hobbies: Music, being outside and baking
Favourite Piano Piece: Papillons Op. 2, by Robert Schumann

Janet Chan
Volunteer Coordinator (Champlain)

yifanYifan Ling
Volunteer Coordinator (St. Gabriel)
Year/Program: U2 Pharmacology
Hobbies: Skiing, reading, hockey (Go Sens), and music
Favourite Piano Piece: Moonlight & Pathétique Sonatas by Beethoven, Waltz Op. 64 No. 2 by Chopin


Weiyu Dang
Volunteer Coordinator (Barthélemy-Vimont)
Year/Program: U1 English Lit & History
Hobbies: Reading, writing, watching baseball
Favourite Piano Piece: Sonata in b minor S. 178, by Listz

jenniferJennifer Wang
Volunteer Coordinator (Edward Murphy School)
Year/Program: U3 Pharmacology
Hobbies: Hiking, volleyball, playing piano!
Favourite Piano Piece: Fantaisie Impromptu Op. 66, by Chopin


Fundraising Committee
Finance Director, Fundraising and Sponsorship Coordinators
MHCPP’s fundraising committee is composed of 3 members; two Fundraising and Sponsorship Coordinators who work under the Finance Director to establish and maintain relationships with sponsors; and on fundraising projects that help to finance activities such as our Winter festival, teaching workshops and our annual year-end recital. Money raised is also allocated to equipment that include keyboards, headphones, music books, and other equipment which we supply to the schools. As a non-profit organization, our funding mainly comes from event-based fundraising, food sales and in part from private donors.

Pedagogy Committee

The pedagogy committee oversees the practice of teaching and learning. We provide resources such as workshops and sheet music to the volunteers. At the end of every semester, the committee also organizes a festival to celebrate the achievements of our students and our volunteers