Welcome to Trio Music by Margaret Brentnall

BA in Music with Distinction – Voice major, with a minor in Psychology

Trio Music has been a centre of music appreciation in the easily accessible neighborhood of Cedarbrae in SW Calgary, Alberta for more than two decades. My studio offers voicetheory and history lessons to students of all ages and backgrounds.

I am passionate about both music and learning. One of my most satisfying sources of learning is through teaching music – my students teach me so much about the learning process!

Passionate and knowledgeable about music, I am dedicated to helping students learn and am at ease teaching to different learning style.

I love a keen student! One who is receptive and attentive with a desire to progress. If this is you, please contact Tri Music Studio for lesson availability.

What Students Are Saying

Carmela L

Advanced Theory and History student

Margaret is the best theory teacher I’ve ever had. Whether she’s building a complex chord progression or dissecting the life of a famous composer, she makes theory jump off the page and come alive! When I struggle with ideas she is incredibly patient and encouraging - she has an amazing ability to make complicated concepts easy to understand. Thank you, Margaret, for all your help!

Tara M

Parent of Maya: Voice student

You have been an awesome teacher for Maya – very patient and caring and we’ve really appreciated all the hard work you put into lessons and your adaptability and flexibility regarding re-scheduling and also exploring new songs that Maya wanted to try. Your students are lucky to have you!

Professional Associations

Being a life-long learner, my expertise continues to expand in the field of music through extensive personal study, literature, scholarly articles and through maintaining membership in various organizations including:

Artistic image of flower overlayed on sheet music

from On Music

Thomas Moore

Music, oh, how faint, how weak,
Language fades before thy spell!
Why should Feeling ever speak,
When thou canst breathe her soul so well?
Friendship’s balmy words may feign,
Love’s are even more false than they;
Oh! ’tis only music’s strain
Can sweetly soothe, and not betray.