Stanislav (Stan) Selak

Instruments: Guitar, Piano, Clarinet-Saxophone, Bouzouki

Voice, Theory and Harmony

STANISLAV SELAK was one of the leaders in modern and classical music pedagogy in Europe for over 20 years. He had a very successful performing and teaching career. He was formerly President of the Music Teachers Association of Bosnia-Herzegovina, served on the federal committee governing music policy in former Yugoslavia, and co-authored a number of syllabuses for music schools and academies.


For several years Stanislav held the position of Supervisor-Teaching and Curriculum, in the Regional Musical Institute in Zenica.



He was instrumental in opening new public music schools in his native country. As a teacher and musician he has worked with bands, chamber ensembles, orchestras and choruses, has arranged concerts and musical recitals for students and professionals, recorded and produced music programs on radio and television, participated in international competitions and festivals, written books, and was a music critic for various newspapers.
His students won numerous national and international competitions.



Stanislav is an affiliate music teacher of The Royal Conservatory of music - University Toronto (teaches guitar, keyboards, clarinet, saxophone and theory), owns music teaching studio, and occasionally teaches guitar Canadian Nazarene University College-University of Calgary.

Daniel Selak


Daniel Selak - Fandango (Paco De Lucia)

Guitar (Classic, Electric, Spanish-Flamenco), and Theory Teacher

Daniel as a professional Guitar Teacher has been teaching guitar and theory for over 20 years. Competing on important Canadian competitions, his Students won numerous Gold Medals. Daniel is very established as solo guitar performer, and has a lot of experience in band playing.

He started to attend music lessons when he was seven years old. When he finished Music School in Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina, he moved to Slovenia, where he studied music in Music Center Ljubljana.
Finally, he moved to Canada, where he finished Royal Conservatory of Music Toronto (RCM), and became RCM Affiliate Teacher.

Majority of his students are taking exams with RCM, usually passing them with very high marks.