Lisa Frederick is a Registered Music Teacher and board member with the Saskatchewan Music Teachers' Association and is part of the Weyburn Rotary Music Festival Executive Committee. In 2014 she began composing as a creative outlet. Writing music has quickly become one of her passions.
Lisa began her musical training at the age of 7. As a child, she competed at various local and provincial music festivals. She was the recipient of the The Royal Conservatory of Music's Silver Medal twice, having obtained the highest mark in Saskatchewan on both her grade 8 and grade 9 piano exams. Lisa completed her RCM Grade 10 piano certificate while still in high school.
After high school, she studied music in Saskatoon, SK. Areas of study included recording and engineering, arranging, songwriting, music history, conducting, and more. While in Saskatoon, Lisa had the opportunity to conduct handbell choirs and ensembles, as well as a high school girls choir. She also worked with various high school vocal duets, trios, and quartets, gaining valuable experience as a coach.
After taking a break from music to start a family, Lisa returned to her piano studies, and less than a year later achieved her ARCT in Piano Performance, in 2013. She was honoured to be a recipient of the Helen Davidson Music Award that same year.