Piano lessons are offered in small groups using the Alfred and Piano Adventures piano methods. More advanced students follow the Royal Conservatory syllabus. In addition to playing piano at their weekly lessons, students sing, play music theory games, and explore music using fun manipulatives like boomwhackers, glockenspiels, handbells, bouncy balls, black light and more. The use of technology is employed whenever possible. Every class is action packed!
Learning music in a group environment offers many advantages. Some of these include:
The academic year includes 32 one-hour lessons and 2 recitals. Classes begin in September and run until mid-May. Students doing Royal Conservatory piano exams will attend lessons until mid-June.