Johnson Tam has been working and instructing students since the age of 12. Recently graduating from the Concurrent Teacher Education Program (CTEP) - Music, he received his Bachelor of Music from the University of Toronto, and his Bachelor of Education from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education (OISE). He is also serving as alumni of the Arts York Program from Unionville High School in Markham, holding the Melody Adams Award and Music Award.
Finishing up his Royal Conservatory of Music studies on piano and violin at 10 and 16 years old respectively, Johnson is currently working to complete his Grade 8 flute studies. He has performed in many notable venues, including Toronto and Richmond Hill's Center for the Arts, the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto, and Markham Theatre. He has also traveled to cities such as Ottawa, Beijing, and Shanghai to perform. On his own time however, he enjoys staying at home and improvising to current hits and is anticipating to create a music portfolio with his pieces in the coming future.
Johnson primarily works with violin and piano students at Marsman Music and is adept in both Classical training and popular music workshops. He highly values students whom consistently show effort and passion in their lessons and show willingness to improve their own playing. His lessons focus on students' self-reflective learning, musicianship training, and character building, while Johnson serves by giving constructive comments and feedback as a professional musician and music educator.