Graeme Roset was born and raised in Campbell River, BC. Growing up, he studied piano with Brenda Neufeld and Kay Wilson, and theory and history with Sandy Havelaar. In 2006, he completed his BMus in Piano Performance from the University of Lethbridge, under the guidance of Glen Montgomery. He received an AVCM certificate of distinction in piano pedagogy form the Victoria Conservatory of Music in 2008, followed by a BEd from Vancouver Island University in 2010.
He settled in Lethbridge in 2012, and currently teaches grades 5 – 9 at Spring Ridge Hutterite Colony. In addition, he teaches piano at the
University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music, and continues to perform, adjudicate at music festivals, and compose. He won the 2005 Lethbridge Symphony Young Artist Competition, and performed Franz Liszt’s Totentanz with the orchestra in 2006. He also premiered one of his own compositions, Fantasy for piano and wind orchestra, with the LCI Senior Concert Band under Ken Rogers.
His passions in life are music, golf, snowboarding and hiking – all of which he pursues with his wife Esther. He considers himself blessed to live, work and play in such a gorgeous and culture-rich part of the world.