Are you interested in learning how to play the organ? We offer lessons. Organ teacher Kiyo Yokoyama is excited to share her passion for music with you in our dedicated organ showroom.

Learn how to play on a new Allen organ in an acoustically active environment.

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Kiyo Yokoyama

Organ Teacher


Kiyo was born and raised in Sapporo, Japan. She began piano lessons at age five through the Yamaha Music Program and continued with private lessons until her high school graduation. She moved to the US to further her music education at Brigham Young University in Hawaii where she chose to study organ music. She has a Bachelor Degree from Utah State University and Master Degree in Organ Performance from Arizona State University. She has served as accompanist for university choirs, local choirs and churches in Hawaii, Utah, Arizona and Japan. She taught at Phoenix Yamaha Music School in Arizona for 7 years.

Kiyo was also a guest organist on Temple Square (Salt Lake City, Utah) for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1996 and her status with them has been just reinstated in 2015-2016.

Since moving to Calgary in 2006, she has done a show with Storybook Theatre, as well as playing at church, auditions and teaching piano and organ lessons locally. She has also been involved with musicals in local theatres as a rehearsal accompanist and show pianist. She is very excited to join Thompson Organ Sales as an organ instructor and is looking forward to sharing her love of music with her students.

Use the form below to learn more about how organ lessons with Thompson Organ Sales can elevate your organ skills

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