Programs

Summer Camps

Summer is a time for exploration and fun, a time to relax and a time to connect with friends.  Our summer camps are designed with that in mind.  Be it our full day camp where students explore music through a variety of instruments or our masterclass camps where students will focus on a specific musical concept.  Your child will work with other students who are the same age with similar interests in camps that are fun and educational.

For more information on our full day camps and a list of all our master class camps

Visit our Summer Camps Page HERE

Summer Private Lessons

Have you just started taking lessons and you are not ready to take a break for the summer?  Do you want to try a new instrument or now with school on summer break are you keen to put a little extra focus and attention on your instrument?  Summer lessons can be a great way to build on your skills, have fun or try something new.  We offer Private lessons throughout July and August.

For more information about our teachers

Visit our Instructors Page HERE

 

 

Private lessons.

We offer private one on one lessons Monday through Friday at both our Lake Bonavista location and Monday through Saturday at our McKenzie Towne location.  We work with students to learn Guitar, Piano, Voice (singing), Drums, Violin, Saxophone, Trumpet, Flute, and more in both classical and contemporary styles.  We work with students who are beginners to students studying for exams, university entrance auditions, professional singers and performers and we train students for exams, competitions and of course students who just want to play for fun.  With over 40 teachers on staff, we have the right fit for just about everyone.

Visit our Private Lesson Page HERE


 

Group Lessons

Keyboard Adventures – the Safari

Beginner program for students age 4 and up

The Safari is a keyboard based program written and designed to teach students how to play the piano but written with the specific cognative and developmental stages of young students in mind it is simply the best way to introduce young students to music.  The class encorporates stories, singing, rhythm, games, and theory to teach the students the fundimentals of playing the piano. 

Keyboard Adventures – the Safari is a full semester program offered from September through June. 

Please visit our Safari page for more information.

Or Visit the Safari website for a complete description of the program.

Rock Band

Intermediate program for students with a minimum of one year of private lesson experience. Age 10 – 15

Our Rock Band program is designed to take what you have learned in your private classes and apply it by giving you the skills and knowledge to help you play and run a band on your own.  We limit the class to a maximum of one drummer, one bass player, two piano players, two vocalists,  two guitar players and 3 horn players (although it is often much smaller).  Our belief is that the smaller classes will provide the students with as much individual time as possible with the teacher and an experience that is realistic to the band they may put together on their own some day.

Rock band runs as either a half semester class (September through January or February through June), one hour once a week or as a summer camp in July and August.

Please visit our Rock Band page for more information.


Music Mania

Beginner program for students 7-10

Parents and students often don’t know what instrument they want to learn or they have a few instruments they are interested in learning but don’t know which one to start on.  Our Music Mania program solves those questions by providing students with basic instruction on Guitar, Piano, Voice, and Percussion so allowing them to experience each one of these instruments before they commit to a private one on one class.

Music Mania runs as either a half semester class (September through January or February through June), one hour once a week or as a summer camp in July and August.

Please visit our Music Mania page for more information.


Often we run workshops and master classes for students who are interested in developing their skills or learning something new.  Some of our previous workshops and master classes include:
Soloing 101
Soloing 201
Basic guitar set-up and maintenance
songwriting 101
the music business Business
Preparing for your RCM exam
Recording 101
AND MORE
Our workshops and master classes do vary depending on the topic, the instructor and the material being covered but they are typically a 2-hour session working with a small class of 10 people or less.

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