Born in Montreal into a musical family, Lynn Ranger gave her first concert at the age of 15. From an early age, she learned to play several musical instruments, including guitar, piano, harmonica, recorder and violin.

Lynn Ranger continued her classical guitar studies with Céline Archambault and Sydney Vrana, a student of Antonin Bartos, and also explored the popular side of her instrument. After graduating with a DEC in music, she entered the Université du Québec à Montréal to pursue a bachelor’s degree in music education, where she studied with Barry Crago and honed her performance skills with Isabelle Héroux.

Since then, Lynn Ranger has performed regularly as a soloist and in duo, and has directed an adult guitar orchestra in Longueuil and an ensemble of 15 young guitarists in Verdun, both of whom won gold medals with “coup de coeur” at the Bravissimo music competition.

She has several studio recordings to her credit. The Guit’Aria ensemble’s album, Musique du monde, won her rave reviews.

Since 1985, this passionate musician has pursued a career in music teaching. Students of all ages in classical guitar or ukulele receive comprehensive musical training while respecting their learning pace.

Lynn Ranger provides serious training for amateur students, as well as those who have their sights set on advanced studies in music. The pleasure of learning is guaranteed!

She teaches classical guitar at the École Préparatoire de l’Université du Québec à Montréal, and ukulele, guitar and music awareness for toddlers at Stewart Hall in Pointe-Claire.