“We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.”

Arthur O’Shaughnessy

The Meaghan Zaremba Music Room operates from Tisho’s Music Academy and is focused on providing music lessons to those who struggle with their own life challenges.

Today the Meaghan Zaremba Music Room partners with several community organizations to provide this much needed program to individuals with special needs.

  • BCCL  (Brampton Caledon Community Living)
  • White Birch (White Birch Special Needs Day Program)
  • GOALS (Growing Opportunities for Adult Life Skills)
  • St. Mike’s (St. Michael Secondary Catholic School)

The Meaghan Zaremba Music Room is a resource for those with mental and physical challenges to pursue their passion of music leading to a more confident and creative individual through personal and corporate donations.

The Team


Meaghan Zaremba
Mary Balinov


Howard J. Phee

Vice Chair:
Al McFadyen

Treasurer /Secretary:
Robert Ward

Greg Williams

Leslie Caldwell

Advisory Board:​

Mary Balinov – Administrative Assistant

Rob Gabriele

Annette Groves

Carla Di Noto


Meaghan’s story is one of inspiration, hope and beating all odds. Meaghan has been blessed with support and love, and in return, she wants to give back to the community that supported her.

At the Meaghan Zaremba Music Room those with challenges are free to explore music in a safe, encouraging and wonderfully supportive environment.

In 1986, at the young age of 5, Meaghan was involved in a serious car crash. Meaghan sustained severe brain damage, along with various soft tissue and bone injuries.

The doctors suggested to Meaghan’s mother that she be taken off life support.

But…. with a mother’s intuition, Danielle refused.

After countless medical hurdles- 16 brain surgeries, numerous close calls, and more than 20 years of dealing with seizures, Meaghan’s spirit has stayed true and strong. Life has taken Meaghan on this unexpected journey, but she has endured and blossomed into an amazing young woman.


“Music is to the soul what words are to the mind.”

Modest Mouse