Beth Davis grew up in Barrie, Ontario and began piano lessons at the age of 4. Guided by her musically trained family, she successfully completed numerous Kiwanis Music Festival competitions, RCM examinations, recitals, and performance classes. Beth received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Western Ontario with Honors in piano.
Throughout her musical career, Beth has remained committed to music education. She owned a private piano studio for many years, teaching students of various ages and abilities, and graduated from a Bachelor of Education from the University of Western Ontario.
In her pursuit of life-long learning, Beth completed a Masters of Education from the University of Saskatchewan. She has also attended many conferences and seminars related to teaching and instruction, such as teaching students with ADHD, special education, teaching First Nations, social justice, anti-oppressive education, chronic illness in the schools, and more. Her research thesis was nominated for Outstanding Masters Thesis Award. Beth is a published author in the areas of teaching students with a chronic illness.
Beth was first introduced to the Suzuki Method while she was receiving piano lessons in Barrie. She attributes her achievements as a musician to this high-quality and comprehensive instruction by a respectable Suzuki trained teacher. Beth strongly believes in the success of this method and is actively pursuing continuous Suzuki teacher training.