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Playing Violin

Music Lessons

Find the instrument you want to learn and get started

Playing piano
Piano Lessons

We teach piano/keyboard in a way that students will be able to learn songs through Royal Conservatory or Chording methods, understanding theory and how to read music.

Playing guitar
Guitar Lessons

We teach guitar in a wide variety of styles, starting with the basics of music, and then graduating to more difficult styles as the lessons progress.

Playing drums
Drum Lessons

We teach drums in a way that will develop the student’s rhythmic sensitivity to styles of music that will be played, as well as teaching how to read drum sheet music, which greatly guarantees the pursuit of further education.

Playing ukulele
Ukulele Lessons

We teach ukulele in a wide variety of styles, starting with the basics of music, chords and strumming.

Playing guitar
Bass Lessons

We teach bass in a way that the student can play rhythmic patterns using the notes on a bass. In the end, the bass player should also be able to play their own patterns that coincide with the music.

Playing in a Band
Vocal Lessons

We teach voice lessons that will help to boost a student’s range, as well as develop their confidence in being able to sing.

Playing djembe
Percussion Lessons

We teach percussion in a wide variety of styles, starting with the basics of rhythm, and then graduating to more difficult styles as the lessons progress.

Playing violin
Violin Lessons

We teach violin lessons in a wide variety of styles, starting with the basics of music, and then graduating to more difficult notation and techniques.

Playing in a band
Band Programs

Our band program has three different programs: rock band, pop band, and worship band.  Ask for more details.

Piano Lessons
Vocal Lessons
Other Lessons
Guitar Lessons
Drum Lessons
Ukulele Lessons
Violin Lessons
Bass Lessons

Pricing for Lessons

4 x 30 Min Lessons 

$150 + tax

4 x 45 Min Lessons 

$200 + tax

4 x 60 Min Lessons 

$250 + tax

Family discounts = $50 off regular prices for the second family member and afterwards.

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