Stacey currently teaches piano and music theory through her company Robinson Music & Urban Books. For information about music, please email info@RMUBonline.com, call (647) 342-3040, or visit www.RMUBonline.com.
Previous Musical / Cultural Involvement in Toronto
In support of Toronto's Caribbean community, arts, and culture, Stacey was a costume section leader (2011) and a member of the marketing and planning committees (2012) with the the Toronto Revellers mas band, as a part of the annual Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival festivities.
Dedicated to growing and developing Canada's urban culture, Stacey was one of the team members responsible for re-establishing the FYI (Follow Your Instinct) Showcase in 2010, giving urban rappers, vocalists, and musicians the opportunity to audition and showcase their talents in front of a supportive audience.
UMAC (The Urban Music Association of Canada) is committed to enriching and nurturing Canada's urban music industry through education, and providing resources and support to urban artists/musicians and their networks. Stacey served on UMAC's Board of Directors from 2008 to 2010 as the Operations Coordinator, and also the Membership Director.