DR. GINÈS-DIDIER CANO
D.M.A. Manhattan School of Music, M.M.A. the Juilliard School, M.M.A. Manhattan School of Music, Premier Prix, Conservatoire de Musique du Québec.
Dr. Ginès-Didier Cano is the president-owner of the Ginès Cano Music Corporation, a music education company that conducts business with over two hundred schools in the New York metropolitan area, as well as the director-owner of the Crestwood Music Education Center, a progressive music school for instrumental studies with innovative programs designed for students of all ages. With over forty highly qualified and experienced teachers, the Crestwood Music Education Center boasts an enrollment of well over eight hundred students.
Dr. Cano has served on the faculty of Long Island University, Concordia College, the Manhattan School of Music Preparatory Division, the Sarah Lawrence College Woodwind Quintet Chamber Music Program, the Mannes School of Music Preparatory Division, and the Québec Conservatoire. He received his doctorate from the Manhattan School of Music, a Masters from both the Juilliard School of Music and the Manhattan School of Music, and a Premier Prix from the Conservatoire de Musique du Québec. His principal teachers include Stephen Maxym and Gaetan Laberge. Dr. Cano has performed as a soloist and principal bassoonist with the CBC Orchestra, Québec Symphony, Bethlehem Bach Festival Orchestra, New York Concertino Ensemble, New York City Symphony, the Sarah Lawrence College Woodwind Quintet, and the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra. His performances have also been broadcast on various New York and national radio stations, including WQXR, WNCN, and CBC Radio Canada. Dr. Cano has resided in the New York metropolitan area for almost thirty years.