Along with operating a landscape business, he enjoys several sports, including hockey, golf and skiing, in addition to spending warm summer weekends at Burleigh Falls.
Henry Remiz was born in Toronto, and started taking piano lessons when he was five years old. He attended St. Michael’s Choir School in Toronto, where he continued taking piano lessons, and obtained ARCT diplomas in both piano and organ. He has served as organist and choir director for a number of churches in the Toronto area, and was appointed organist and choir director at St. Mark’s United Church in 2009. Henry enjoys collaborating with a variety of vocal and instrumental soloists.
Henry’s family moved to Whitby in 1993. He has four not-so-young children. Some of them like to sing. All of them have complained about taking piano lessons. Outside of work, Henry enjoys long-distance running.
Henry is very pleased to serve as Accompanist for the Durham Philharmonic Choir.