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Elementary

(Ages 4 - 11)

4 - 11 Years Old Piano ProgramsLearn More

Tweens + Teens

(Ages 12 - 18)

2 - 18 Years Old Piano ProgramsLearn More

Adults

(Of All Ages)

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Ages 4 - 11 Piano Programs

Does your child have the wiggles, love to socialize or prefer to watch carefully before trying something new?  With this in mind, interactive, weekly piano lessons focus on the first steps to becoming a lifelong piano player.  Your kids will love exploring music and making new friends!

Which piano program is best for my child?

Because your child is growing so quick, they will be grouped based on age and level.

  • “Piano Rookies” is for younger beginners to actively explore, play and create music in a variety of ways.  
  • “Piano 101” is for older beginners to learn the foundations of music so they quickly learn their favourite songs.
  • Both beginner programs nurture creativity, active listening and an inquisitive mind within a musical environment.
  • “Immersive Piano” is a collaborative class for those ready to play at an intermediate level.  Students learn from many types of musical notation and begin to use a range of accompaniment patterns.
What does a typical piano lesson include?
  • Active learning for beginners: Movement, active listening and fun activities build skills for current or upcoming music.
  • Collaboration: Learning together is more fun than being stuck on your own.
  • Learning music: Play by ear and with sheet music.
  • Songwriting:  Jamming to a backing track and creating music.
How much do piano lessons cost?
  • All current group piano lesson tuition rates and other fees are on our FAQ page.  In addition, you have the option to pay annually, semester or monthly.
  • Tuition includes music, recordings, tutorial videos and activity materials.
  • Starting lessons after our September start date?  No worries!   Tuition is prorated for students who join later.
Why group piano lessons?
  • More Fun: Your child will be inspired and learn from both their teacher and peers.
  • Independence: Your child will learn to think for themselves musically.  They play music with others and can start to pick up new songs on their own after several months of lessons.
  • Relevant: Band, orchestras, playing music with friends are all done in groups.  Group lessons mimic this.
  • Efficient And Fun Learning: Go beyond the music with activities that promote deep, long-term learning.  No music theory worksheets here!
  • Small groups:  Unlike a classroom, no more than 5 students per group means your child’s teacher gets to know them and how to best support them.
”I love everything! They (my kids) have come so far in just months and all of this because they go the right teacher.”
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Ages 12 - 18 Piano Programs

Many teens want to express themselves and socialize.  Does this sound familiar?  Maybe it’s wanting to jam with friends.  Or, having a way to let go of the stresses of increasingly busy schedules.  These collaborative, lively weekly piano lessons focus on building your own unique musical style in a light and fun way.

Which piano program is best?

It’s more fun to learn with friends!  As a result, tween and teen students are grouped based on age range and level to promote friendships.

  • “Piano 101” is for beginners to learn the foundations of music so they quickly learn their favourite songs.
  • “Immersive Piano” is a collaborative class for those ready to play at an intermediate level.  Students learn from many types of musical notation and begin to use a range of accompaniment patterns.
  • “All Stars Piano” is an advanced, creative group experience for those who want to push their musical boundaries.

All programs nurture creativity, active listening and an inquisitive mind within a musical environment.

As a result, piano programs at this age group promote independence.  Each activity gives students the independence to learn at their own pace while seamlessly staying part of the group.  After all, this ensures a busy week doesn’t equal not getting to play piano with the group.

What does a typical piano lesson include?
  • Collaboration: Active listening, rhythm and more build skills for current or upcoming music.
  • Learning music: Play music by ear, chord charts, lead sheets, sheet music and more!
  • Songwriting:  Jamming to a backing track and creating original music.
How much do piano lessons cost?
  • All current group piano lesson tuition rates and other fees are on our FAQ page.  In addition, you have the option to pay annually, semester or monthly.
  • Tuition includes music, recordings, tutorial videos and activity materials.
  • Starting lessons after our September start date?  No worries!   Tuition is prorated for students who join later.
Why group piano lessons?
  • More Fun: Get together each week with new and returning friends.  Be inspired as you learn from both your teacher and peers.
  • Independence: Learn music together and how to analyze songs so you can learn the latest one stuck in your head.
  • Relevant: Do you play in a band or orchestra at school?  Do you wish you could play music with friends?  Group lessons mimic this.
  • Efficient And Fun Learning: Life is getting busier, isn’t it?  Maximize the time you DO have with activities that promote deep, long-term learning.  No music theory worksheets here!
  • Small groups:  No more than 5 students per group means it feels more like getting together with friends than a class.
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“We appreciate immensely the 'learn at your own pace' style. There are no 'deadlines' and unrealistic goals for the kids. Everyone learns at their own pace; there are no 'behinds' or comparisons to 'other pianists your age' there is simply enjoyment of playing piano in the now and gaining skills at a pace that boosts each child's confidence in themselves. The amount of praise and encouragement and the patience Rosemarie showers my children with has an immense positive impact on their mental health.”
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Adult Piano Programs

There are already plenty of demands on your time and energy.  These collaborative, creative weekly piano lessons are low pressure and encourage you to learn at your own pace.

Which piano program is best?

Practice is encouraged.  But, we won’t ever make you feel guilty if it didn’t happen that week. 

  • “Piano 101” is for beginners to learn the foundations of music so they quickly learn their favourite songs.
  • “Immersive Piano” is a collaborative class for those ready to play at an intermediate level.  Students learn from many types of musical notation and begin to use a range of accompaniment patterns.
  • “All Stars Piano” is an advanced, but creative group experience for those who want to push their musical boundaries.

All programs nurture creativity, active listening and an inquisitive mind within a musical environment.

As a result, piano programs at this age group promote independence.  Each activity gives students the independence to learn at their own pace while seamlessly staying part of the group.  After all, this ensures a busy week doesn’t equal not getting to play piano with the group.

What does a typical piano lesson include?
  • Collaboration: Active listening, rhythm and more build skills for current or upcoming music.
  • Learning music: Chord charts, lead sheets, sheet music and more!
  • Songwriting:  Composing original music and playing with a virtual band.
How much do piano lessons cost?
  • All current group piano lesson tuition rates and other fees are on our FAQ page.  In addition, you have the option to pay annually, semester or monthly.
  • Tuition includes music, recordings, tutorial videos and activity materials.
  • Starting lessons after our September start date?  No worries!  Tuition is prorated for students who join later.
Why group piano lessons?
  • More Fun: Get together each week with new and returning friends.  Be inspired as you learn from both your teacher and peers.
  • Independence: We’ll learn music together and how to analyze  songs so you can learn the latest one stuck in your head.
  • Relevant: Do you wish you could play music with friends or family?  Group lessons mimic this.
  • Efficient And Fun Learning: Life is busy, isn’t it?  Maximize the time you DO have with activities that promote deep, long-term learning.  No music theory worksheets here!
  • Small groups:  No more than 5 students per group means it feels more like getting together with friends than a class.
”As an older (70’s) ‘beginner learner’ of piano I couldn’t ask for a kinder, better educator than Rosemarie. She has provided me with both motivation and music knowledge. Plus, it has been fun to learn in a such a supportive environment! ”
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What People Are Saying

“I really enjoyed hearing Brayanna play more complex pieces and seeing the sense of accomplishment she got from playing them.”
“She knows our kids aren’t made with cookie cutters and there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach. As a neurodiverse family we appreciate that more than words can say.”
“I didn’t expect it to be as much fun and comfortable to do ‘online’ [piano lessons] and with a refreshing style of teaching/learning. You were very supportive, flexible, and helpful - able to adapt to my level of experience.”

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Our next 3-week INTRO sessions begin the week of August 6th!  

Perfect for beginners of all ages.  Limited lesson spots available. 

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