Bryce Kulak is an award-winning composer, singer, and actor, originally from Edmonton and now based in Toronto. As an actor, he has played major roles at regional theatres across Canada. As a vocalist, he has performed with the orchestras of Edmonton, Kingston, and Banff. In 2009, Bryce composed new music for a 2000-year-old Roman farce (The Menaechmus Twins for Theatreworks), and interned as an assistant music director at the Shaw festival. In 2010, he composed a pop anthem for the Yukon presentation at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. A graduate of the Victoria School of Performing and Visual Arts, Kulak is also a singer-songwriter with two original albums. He has been teaching for Yamaha since 2001 and was the songwriting clinician at the 2010 Yamaha JOC Summer Music Camp in Whistler. Bryce loves teaching music to people of all ages.