Give the Gift of Music - in studio or in your home
Making music lessons fun – learn a new language!
About My Piano & Music Theory Lessons Music: my passion. Teaching: my profession Fun: Always! :-)
Covid-19 Lessons have resumed
Located in Saskatoon, instruction is given by an experienced (over 25 years) piano teacher with grade 9 practical, history and theory credentials/diploma through Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM). Teaching with enthusiasm, passion and fun makes learning exciting and interesting.
Lessons for beginners ages 4 and up, grade levels RCM and Conservatory Canada (CC) and theory I teach in my own music studio or go to students' homes 2019/2020 ($.45 per km travel cost)
Fall hours - reserve/secure a spot! $42 to reserve and is applied to Sept fees 2019/2020 fees $84 ($89 in your home plus $.45/km travel cost)
Date and time: Monday to Friday 4:30-8:00
Fees (Four 30 minute lessons a month): Beginner piano, practical grades/levels : 2019/2020 $84 per month ($89 in your home plus $.45/km travel cost) -piano lessons are combination of rhythm, harmony, music theory, and other music fun. Piano practical grades/levels for RCM or CC diplomas. Preschool (4-5) and kindergarten age beginner music/piano lessons programs.
One time discount for NEW students never having taken piano lessons before: 8 (30 minute) lessons 2019/2020 $149 ($154 in your home plus $.45/km travel cost) Third (and each additional) child discount: $76 per month
Theory lessons: (four 30 minute lessons) 2019/2020 $62 per month ($67 in your home plus $ .45/km travel cost)
Materials (texts/books and any other musical materials needed) will need to be purchased for lessons. An acoustic or electric (full-sized weighted keys) piano is necessary to have to take lessons. Beginners could start with 61 key length electric piano but will need to be upgraded as soon as they enter upper levels of material. Spend a little more and upgrading (to 77-88 keys) won't be necessary. Of course if your child or you are uncertain about the interest in practicing, a small keyboard could suffice then upgrade when confidence in that area is achieved. Also to take into consideration when making a purchase for piano lessons , keyboards with a multitude of bells and whistles buttons to add to or change the keyboard have the potential to be a distraction during practice .
A quiet location or somewhere there is the least amount of distraction is best for practice (as well as if I'm teaching in your home).
References are available upon request if needed