Welcome to Red Leaf Pianoworks!


Red Leaf is a collective of award-winning composers

who share a passion for creating new repertoire for today's student and performer.

Enjoy exploring our music through sound/score samples as well as some videos.

Have fun browsing!

International Piano Review

In a very descriptive and glowing review, the Scottish pianist, Murray McLaughlan critiques John Burge's Twenty-Four Preludes in the Jan/Feb 2018 issue of International Piano. It begins: "Ontario-born composer John Burge (b 1961) has produced a significant contribution to contemporary piano repertoire with his Twenty-Four Preludes (2011-15). You can read the entire review here.

A New Composer joins Red Leaf!
Welcome Irish composer June Armstrong who has just joined our collective. Explore her very popular collections for young students. Take a look at her bio on the Composer Bio page and visit her website here.


Beverly Porter recently introduced her latest collection, Nightscape. There are 10 expressive, imaginative pieces describing some of the events and sights of the night time hours. The levels are elementary to intermediate or Grades 1 to 5 and are suitable for festivals, recitals and examinations.

June Armstrong, our newest Red Leaf composer from Ireland, has just released her Six Little Preludes and Fugues collection, a must have for any piano studio. Do check out her score and sound files using the Browsing page.

Teresa Richert has publishing rights back from the Frederick Harris music Company on Toy Collection with 11 elementary piano solos about "timeless toys". This collection will appeal to younger students and is fun learning for Christmas or any time of year! 

Peter Rudzik has a new Elementary Piano Collection called Easy as Pie - cheery and quirky piano pieces inspired by all things edible! He also has a new duet collection Pop Goes the Weasel and Muffin Man. Crowd pleasers that are perfect to close any recital program. Exciting, fun to play and requiring a sense of humour!

A new collection by Rebekah Maxner!  Rock that Train is a piano collection for elementary to late elementary (Preparatory to Grade 2) students. 10 pieces inspired by popular styles, perfect for recitals, festival performances or just for fun.


Teresa Richert's piece, Bouncing Ball from her Toy Collection - Elementary Piano Solos will be included in the preliminary book of the Australian Music Examination Board's Piano series this fall.

The ABRSM 2019-20 syllabus as well as the RIAM (Royal Irish Academy of Music) 2019 syllabus have both included pieces by June Armstrong. Congratulations June!

The London College of Music has just released its 2018 syllabus and we want to congratulate Rebekah Maxner and June Armstrong for having their music selected for the syllabus!


Did you know that Red Leaf is now offering some PDF Downloads on selected Repertoire. Click on ORDERING MUSIC and then select PDF button to see a list of what's available. The list will grow!