Linda Kundert-Stoll


Linda Kundert holds a Master of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Calgary, and a Bachelor of Music from the University of Southern California.  She has an Associate Teacher’s Diploma from Mount Royal University and an ARCT Teacher’s Diploma from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto (RCM).  Her major teachers were: Willard Schultz, Charles Foreman, Priscilla King, Peter Turner, James Bonn, Adam Wibrowski, Donald Bell, Dr. Marienne Uszler and Dr. Jean Barr.  Ms. Kundert is a successful independent studio teacher, RCM senior examiner, Frederick Harris editor & reviewer, festival adjudicator, collaborative artist, and she is a master class and workshop clinician.   Since 1993, she is the Co-Founder, President & Artistic Director of the Calgary Arts Summer School Association (CASSA).  She was honoured with the Alberta Registered Music Teachers’ Association Recognition Award in 2006, was Chair of the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers’ Association (CFMTA) “Peak Performance” Conference and Celebration held in Calgary in 2005, and in 2011 was given the CFMTA Hugheen Ferguson Teacher of Distinction Award.  Ms. Kundert was recently honoured with the City of Calgary 2015 Community Achievement in the Arts Award, and was awarded Teacher of Distinction by the RCM in 2016.  She is currently a Conservatory instructor at Mount Royal University.  Her students continue to receive many awards and scholarships in both performance and composition.  Ms. Kundert loves to teach; she has nurtured many students of all ages and levels.  With her guidance, more than 30 students have achieved their ARCT and Licentiate diplomas. For fun, she enjoys horseback riding and playing competitive softball.