Joanna Shultz developed a passion for multi-media arts at a young age through dance, art, and music lessons. She went on earn a Bachelor of Music Therapy from the University of Windsor, and studied piano performance with Dr. Philip Adamson. She is a registered music teacher and member of ORMTA has her ARCT in Piano Performance through the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Joanna is active as a collaborative pianist, performing frequently in weddings, concerts, musicals, and operas. In August 2016, she travelled to Edinburgh, Scotland to perform in the opera Brundibar in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She is currently the accompanist for the Windsor Community Choir and Riverfront Theatre Company, and frequently collaborates with Music Moves Kids opera projects.
Also an accredited music therapist, Joanna works with Community Living Essex and Windsor to enhance the quality of life in adults with developmental disabilities and autism.
In 2013, Joanna opened InTune, a school of creative arts in Walkerville offering music and art lessons, classes, workshops, and camps, where she remains creative director and piano instructor.