Aide, William

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William (John) Aide is a pianist, teacher, and writer born March 27, 1938. He received is LRCT (1959) and Artist Diploma (1959) from the University of Toronto and a B SC in music from Juilliard (1962), studying with Alberto Guerrero and Beveridge Webster respectively.

Aide joined the faculty at the University of Toronto in 1978, and in 2000 became the inaugural holder of the University's R.E. [Rupert E.] Edwards Chair in piano performance, a position that he hed until 2013. Aide was appointed a member of the Order of Canada in 2012.


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Added July 4, 2022.




Betty Nygaard King, Florence Hayes, Kenneth Nichols, "William Aide," in The Canadian Encyclodeia. Last edited December 16, 2013.

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