Garry Page is enjoying his fifteenth year with St. Andrew’s College, currently serving as an itinerant music faculty member, Director of Bands, and Director of the St. Andrew’s Academy of Music. He holds honours music degrees in trumpet performance, academics, and teaching from the Birmingham Conservatoire of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, England. Garry immigrated to Canada in 1997, at which point he became a member of the Stratford Festival Orchestra. He has performed as a soloist at top performing arts theatres in Canada and the U.K. and is the founder of award-winning Brass Pages Quintet and trumpet and organ duo Page Two. Garry serves as Director of the New Horizons Bands of Toronto Concert Band for Adult Students. He has numerous Academy and Juno nominated and winning recordings for motion-picture soundtracks, video games, and Naxos classical discs, pop, jazz-fusion, Latin, and blues for Blue Note and Verve. Garry has broadcast for national and local radio stations in the U.K., Europe, Asia, U.S., and Canada with appearances on major television networks, including the BBC and CBC radio. Garry is an award-winning music educator who has had articles on music published by the Royal Conservatory of Music, Conservatory Canada, The Whole-Note, and the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. As well, he has written music critiques for local and national newspapers. He is active as a freelance performer, teacher, adjudicator, clinician, university lecturer, and examiner. He has served as a tutor of brass at Kingsway College School, Etobicoke; Director of the KCS ‘Kool Cats’ Jazz Ensemble; and interim Head of Music for Greenwood College School. Garry has on numerous occasions conducted the Conference of Independent Schools Music Festival All-Star Jazz Band and Wind Ensemble at Roy Thomson Hall. In 2021, he received an Education Community Service Award for 25 years as the Royal Conservatory of Music Centre Representative for Stratford, Ont.