Private lessons are currently offered on the following instruments: Piano, Voice, Guitar, Ukulele, Flute, Violin, Trombone, Trumpet.

Private lessons on all instruments run from 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on level and preference.
Private lessons provide students the individual attention they need when first beginning and mastering an instrument. It is crucial that a strong foundation in technique on any instrument is achieved from the beginning, or bad habits take over potential growth.

Our teachers are highly accomplished musicians and individuals that are able to set each student on a path to success in music. It cannot be stressed enough that early habits in music can greatly affect a students’ potential in music and self-motivation to continue to higher levels. Through proper technique in early music training, students are led to confidence in playing and performing.

Whether you’re looking to complete your Royal Conservatory of Music Examinations, participate in Peel & Kiwanis Musical Festivals, preparing for auditions – or just looking to try out an instrument for personal enjoyment – our school is committed to understanding individual needs and goals, and facilitating an environment and curriculum to achieve them.

Private lessons are offered Monday through to Saturday. Weekday hours are 3:00pm-9:00pm and Saturday’s from 10:00am-4:00pm. Lessons are booked on a first-come-first-serve basis. To reserve a lesson time at the school complete the online form and a school contact will be in touch with you within 24 hours.

RCM Examinations:
Students are encouraged and have the option to prepare for Royal Conservatory of Music Examinations with the OSMPA.

Students may begin from the beginning preparatory level up to grade 10, as well as prepare for their associate and teacher qualifications.

Royal Conservatory of Music Examination sessions are offered four times a year, at the following time slots:
Practical Examinations: January, April, June, August
Theoretical Examinations: May, August, December

Examinations give students the opportunity to prepare a full repertoire list and develop skills in performing, ear training, and sight reading. Alongside their practical examinations, students are required to study theoretical subjects in rudiments, harmony, and history. Students will examine a variety of repertoire including Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Impressionist.

Our students will enroll in the Oakville examination centre with the Royal Conservatory of Music, the centre number 158.

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