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Alice Enns is known as a performer, adjudicator and teacher. After winning the gold medal for the ARCT Performers Diploma, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Saskatchewan and a Bachelor of Music (Performance) degree from the University of Manitoba, studying with Leonard Isaacs and Alma Brock-Smith. Later she continued her studies in Europe with Joan Davies and Jean-Paul Sévilla. She has given solo recitals in Canada, USA, the Middle East and India and has been featured on national and regional broadcasts of the CBC in solo as well as chamber works.
After winning a prize in the E-gré Competition for contemporary music,she became involved in giving premieres of Canadian works in Canada and the USA, as well as commissioning and recording contemporary works.
As a soloist, Enns has performed with the Winnipeg Symphony and the CBC Winnipeg Orchestra; she has played and recorded orchestral and chamber repertoire with the CBC Vancouver Orchestra and Vancouver New Music Society. She has adjudicated festivals in Canada and India and has given workshops and master classes in Canada and the USA. Her students have received provincial and national awards and scholarships including prizes in composition. Alice Enns teaches piano and lectures on piano pedagogy.