Piano Lessons At Our Academy

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Our piano lessons at our midtown location at 538 Eglinton Avenue West, use a range of high-quality pianos, and sound-treated lesson rooms to make your piano lesson experience enjoyable and fun! Our lesson rooms even have observation windows and security cameras built-in as part of our comprehensive family safe plan.

Please Note: Our Toronto Piano lessons are temporarily not offered on location due to Covid-19. Online piano lessons students additionally receive over 100 hours of free online group classes each month and get to keep their lesson time when the school reopens!

Virtual Online Piano Lessons!

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Piano lessons using our virtual online platform makes learning from home easy and fun while following social distancing guidelines! Just follow our link and you’re on live with our front desk staff and teachers right from your computer or device! Even young students get excited over the experience of seeing their teacher live from their home!

To get started, all you need is smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer. Online piano lessons students additionally receive over 100 hours of free online group classes each month and get to keep their lesson time when the school reopens!

My daughter loves her piano lessons

Very friendly but professional. Teachers are all great. My daughter loves her piano lessons and looks forward to going to Toronto Arts Academy.

N.L.
April 7, 2020

Our Piano Lessons Are For Every Age & Interest

Piano Lessons For Kids
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Our piano teachers love working with kids! Piano lessons for kids are full of energy and games that aim to teach a different piano skill every lesson. Our goal is to make learning the basics of piano fun and easy - never boring!

Each lesson is unique and never repetitive with the goal of making the student develop a love for music. During the lesson skills such as technique, musicality and theory is covered on a regular basis in a fun and engaging way.

Piano Lessons For Teens

Piano lessons for teenagers are inspiring, goal oriented and crafted towards their own favorite music genre whether it is Classical, Rock, Pop, Jazz etc, or even RCM graded testing. A student often has a favourite genre in mind and their piano teacher may provide the tools for the student to explore and grow in that style.

The lessons are structured with specific technique drills such as scales, chords or arpeggios, followed by song work to apply the exercises they learned.

Piano Lessons For Adults
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Our adult piano lessons are very encouraging, goal oriented and straight forward. Most adult students often have less time to practice compared to kids or teenagers, so they often need very focussed learning.

We may need to debunk the myth that they need to be a kid to learn to play an instrument well, and focus instead on the steps to achieve their music goal. Lessons may explore technique, working through songs, and creating a realistic practice schedule.

Beginner Toronto Piano Lessons
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Piano lessons for beginners are one of the most exciting experiences of all - every discovery is like a new adventure! If you're new to learning the piano, you'll feel safe and supported by our warm and friendly piano teachers. You don't even need an expensive piano to start. All you need to start is a love for piano, and we will lead the rest of the way!

During the lessons, we will work at your own pace to explore everything from hand positioning, posture, to playing your first melody with both hands. We may also cover the basics such as low and high on the piano, black keys and white keys, musical theory, simple rhythm patterns and your first song. Expect a lot of fun and be ready to receive homework that you will actually love!

Classical & Jazz Piano Lessons

Classical piano lessons are the most traditional approach which provide great fundamentals for technique and musicality. During the lesson the student is exposed to note reading and technique from day one. The lessons are usually more structured to align with standardized curriculum which includes  hand position and fingering, note recognition on page and piano, and song work.

Jazz piano lessons are great for students with some experience already as they learn more complex scales, voice leading, Jazz theory and improvisation. In comparison to Classical piano, Jazz is more about creativity rather than note reading. A Jazz lesson is structured by exploring a jazz concept, working on the theory behind it, and applying it in practice.

Pop/Rock Toronto Piano Lessons

Pop and Rock piano is one of the most popular and sought after styles. After all, most of the top hits you hear on the radio are Pop/Rock. Many piano players have built successful careers on the piano and have graced Toronto stages, making playing the piano the foundation of lifelong, successful careers.

A lesson in pop/rock piano teaches the student how to build chords, basic harmony, accompaniment of melody and how to play by ear. A regular pop/rock piano lesson is structured by picking a song the student likes, learn the basic chords of the song followed by learning the melody and how to accompany the melody using the chords learned. Allow our Toronto piano lessons to launch your pop/rock piano skills.

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From The First Lesson He Bonded With His Piano Teacher

We first registered my 6 year old for piano lessons at Toronto Arts Academy… from the very first lesson he bonded with his piano teacher Nico and he loves it. Definitely, I will recommend it to anyone who is interested in taking piano or music lessons.

J.H.
May 7, 2019

What makes piano lessons at our academy different from other music schools?

At Toronto Arts Academy, everyone from the front desk to your chosen teacher really cares about you and your music journey. We offer a step by step plan designed by your teacher to ensure you reach your piano goals. We offer the flexibility of teaching different genres; whether you want to learn Rock, Pop, Jazz or Classical, we've got you covered. We also feature a powerful rewards and achievement system that keeps students motivated and focused with the chance of earning wristbands, certificates and trophies.

It's important to find the right piano teacher and a supportive learning environment local to your Toronto area. Most students benefit from a teacher who is fun to be with, has a warm personality, has a wealth of experience, and who supports and inspires you in your piano lessons to get better. You will only find that here, at our academy.

Get ready to fall in love with our Toronto piano lessons from our amazingly supportive, and talented teachers and office staff!

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Top 12 Benefits To Piano Lessons At Our Toronto Academy!

1. We've been voted Toronto's Best Music School since 2014!

2. Popular, sold out piano teachers with successful Toronto careers 

3. A wide range of piano teachers means we can find a GREAT match your busy schedule and learning needs

4. Flexible and adaptable Toronto piano lesson programs for any age, and music interest

5. Weekly lessons include so many extra bonuses like free performances, group classes, and so much more!

6. Unlimited make up classes! Make up a missed lesson whenever you need at your convenience. No questions asked!

7. Achievement rewards like trophies and wristbands for passing musical tests

8. Family safe program throughout the academy that enable you to watch your children at all times

9. Modern, clean, and funky academy with lots of instruments for your use with comfortable seating in our reception

10. Affordable, Month to month billing

11. Our complimentary toronto piano lesson make-up class system allows our students to make friends throughout our musical community!

12. Choice of In-person Toronto piano lessons at the academy, or online lessons!

Our Piano Lesson Toronto Teachers

How qualified are your Toronto piano teachers?

Our piano teachers are carefully selected from across the city for their educational background, their professional experience, and their wonderful personalities! All of our teachers are also police checked and reference checked, and we keep video cameras in all lesson rooms as part of our comprehensive family safety program. Each one brings a wealth of professional and academic experience in just the right balance to really help you explore your potential in a safe, productive environment. Our teachers are flexible in their playing style and experience so they can accommodate a wide variety of learning styles and goals for each individual student. We have many piano teachers (both male and female) between both locations, so we most definitely have a teacher that will be the best fit for you.

Differing teaching styles between our piano teachers

At the academy our teachers have a great variety of teaching styles, so that we are able to find the best teacher for you. We have teachers that specialize in Jazz, who can teach you all the secrets of improvisation and guide you through all the jazz standards. There are those that specialize in Classical Piano, if you want to learn how to read any type of music at will and develop great finger dexterity you cannot go wrong with a classical piano teacher. Also, there are teachers that are masters at Pop piano that can teach you how to play that catchy song from the radio without the need to read music and how to figure out a song using only your ears.

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Our Toronto Piano Teachers

Ashiya, Toronto

Ashiya, Toronto

I have integrated my own experience of practicing music to inspire students to use their spare time creatively. In this way, they can use music lessons to develop important life skills, in order to ...
Galen, Toronto

Galen, Toronto

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Nico, Toronto

Nico, Toronto

One of the many things I like to wonder as a musician is our ability to tell stories, by having others relate to our emotions through lyrics, melodies, and rhythms. But that is just the tip of the ...
Dani, Toronto

Dani, Toronto

Music lessons can be beneficial to so many aspects of your life. Not only does it provide an outlet for creativity, it helps strengthen mathematical skills through rhythm, listening and ...
Arianna, Toronto

Arianna, Toronto

A lot can be learned in 30 minutes, and even more in 60! More lesson time allows you and your teacher a more in-depth exploration of the skills, repertoire, and goals you are working on. You could ...
Marshall, Toronto

Marshall, Toronto

Since we’re all stuck at home, why not spend a little extra time with your teacher! Without a doubt online lessons are different than physical ones, but there are many musical benefits to ...
Michelle, Toronto

Michelle, Toronto

I’d love to dive deeper into, if given more time, into ear training and musicianship skills, music theory, music discovery/appreciation (listening), sight-reading skills and performance skills and ...
Vicki, Toronto

Vicki, Toronto

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Alvaro, Toronto

Alvaro, Toronto

I remember when I was preparing for my Conservatory audition. Two months before the audition, I doubled the lessons with my teacher to be ready. I was able to improve my technique significantly ...

Friendly and Professional Piano Lessons

So friendly and professional. My son looks forward to his piano lessons every week!

L.BI.
May 7, 2019

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My Son Maintained His Enthusiasm Over Time

My son takes piano lessons with Marshall. He loves learning piano and guitar. He has maintained his enthusiasm over time, which I understand is not so common among young children. I am sure it’s due in large part to his piano teacher! I like that the Academy is so welcoming for kids of all ages. Also very flexible. Good communications with very friendly staff. Highly recommend!

Sam Grayhurst
April 17, 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Toronto Piano Lessons

There is no right age for everyone when it is best to start our Toronto piano lessons, and one can start at any age. We’ve had children as young as 3 demonstrate remarkable interest and focus for learning piano. We’ve even had a virtuoso 2.5 year old! However most others may find their sweet spot for learning between the ages of 7 and 8, while many of our students are younger. Starting piano lessons at a young age allows the hand muscles to coordinate just as they are beginning to form, and students are able to grasp the more complex patterns used in music more quickly. The most determining factor for any child when beginning our Toronto piano lessons is whether or not they have the attention span to focus for 30 minutes without being too distracted, or losing the ability to stay engaged in their learning. If you’re not sure if your child is the right age, we always suggest enrolling your child on a trial basis, to see if they can maintain focus during the 30 minutes of a piano lesson!

On the flip side, some adults often wonder if they are too old to start our Toronto piano lessons, or even if they should continue their learning and love for the instrument. The answer is, of course, you are never too old to improve your ability to play music. We’ve had students as old as 80 learn how to improve their keys playing. Importantly, playing piano often helps keep mature minds young at heart, and gives expression to their inner music and creativity.

At our schools, we don’t focus on just one way of learning piano for everyone. Each student has different interests and learning styles, and so each teacher must adapt to the learning needs of each student. With that said, there are many successfully used, tried and true ways of learning piano that have been used around the world for decades. Some of those are: Bastien, Piano Adventures, Royal Conservatory Of Music, Alfred’s, and others.

There are in addition other piano learning systems that are rooted in the rich and varied, as well as established methodologies of the classical period. Some are more theory based, for those that love to get complicated, and others are designed to be more practical, structured to help you play popular songs you might hear in movies, games, or hit songs on the radio. We always suggest talking with your teacher so you can discover your motivation for learning piano, your interests, and your unique learning style, so we can look at ways to help you grow into the best piano player you can be!

If you're looking for more advanced Toronto piano lessons, you might find yourself up against some challenging musical songs. Learning how to master any instrument is a challenge and takes time. In fact, it's difficult on many musical instruments to even get a pleasing sound out of it! But with the piano, the notes are there ready to be played (and sound great if the piano is in tune). Although creating a basic tone is easier on piano, it’s the playing of the music written for it that can be the real challenge!

The challenge with piano is that much of the music written for it can be quite complex, and both hands often play independently of each other. While most other instruments you would play one note at a time, on the piano, you play with two hands, often doing very different patterns. It can take some time to develop this autonomy with both hands. One also has to be able to read the music written for both hands at the same time!

You might have noticed that the piano keyboard consists of a series of black and white keys. These music keys each have names based on the letters ABCDEFG. Novice piano players may spend time in the beginning learning how to identify the letter notes on the keyboard, and learning how to play just the white keys to produce the major scale - a pattern of notes that most western music is based on. Can you find where the letter names that match the keys on the piano? When you're ready to get started with Toronto piano lessons at our academy, give us a call, and we'd be happy to help you get started!

The first step is to make sure you have the right keyboard to practice on. We’ve included some guidance in the next section if you’re looking to purchase a piano, but not quite sure where to start.

Decide on your practice frequency. Then you want to decide on the best routine for you and your learning style. Some students find that going to the piano for a few minutes at a time with lots of breaks in between is great to allow their minds a chance to absorb their learning during the breaks, without getting overwhelmed. Others find that choosing a 30-minute window and practice during that time on a daily basis is preferable for them. Still, more serious pianists may practice for much longer periods.

In the beginning, divide whatever song you are learning into small sections, and learn them section by section. Master each one slowly. As you improve, you can work on longer sections. Also learn to separate your hands: Learn each hands’ movement separately, before trying to play them together at the same time. Learning just one hand is often quite enough to start with!

And remember: If your mind, your fingers, or your wrists get tired, give it a rests and come back to it later. It takes time and patience to learn piano, and it always helps getting the best guidance! Let us help get you started with the best Toronto piano lessons in the city.

The machinery inside a piano is fascinating. With each key press, a hammer is triggered to strike a long metal string inside the piano. The vibration from the string then reflects off the internal wooden soundboard, producing a rich and broad spectrum of frequencies and sounds. Some find it easy to learn the piano at first, and while most others find because you must play with two hands at the same time, it can be more challenging than other instruments. But this is why learning piano is so wonderful - it teaches creativity, dexterity, intelligence, focus, and multi-tasking -all at the same time! All of these are powerful skills that become extraordinarily helpful in adulthood,

There are many different kinds of pianos that you can look into purchasing if you don’t have one already. They range from very affordable all the way to top of the line “Rolls Royce” of pianos. What kind of piano is best for your needs really depends on your budget, your commitment level, and your goals

You don’t necessarily need a full acoustic piano to start learning the instrument. Many decide to start with more cost and space efficient digital keyboards to get the basic finger movements and musical understanding in place, and time to demonstrate a more long-term interest in the piano, before making an investment of time and money in the purchase of a real acoustic. However, it’s worth remembering that only real pianos can give you the authentic experience of piano playing for the most enjoyable and rich learning experience. However, at midtown Toronto location, we offer a mix of acoustic and digital pianos for our award-winning piano lessons.

If you’re just starting out, and not 100% sure if it’s the perfect instrument for you, and/or you don’t have much experience yet, we might suggest starting with a very inexpensive small, portable and lightweight digital keyboard (with full-size keys), with 3 or 4 octaves of keys (means you see the same pattern of notes repeat 3 or 4 times all the way up the keyboard) that will help you get accustomed to the correct fingerings and exercises, without breaking your bank account. You can usually purchase these keyboards including keyboard stand, one sustain pedal, bench and music sheet holder for sometimes less than $100 on Amazon. This is a great way to get started quickly and easily. And if you decide to upgrade, you can easily pass this keyboard to anyone you know that also might be thinking about starting piano lessons.

If you’re a few months into your piano lessons, or if you really start falling in love with the magic of the piano and think you might be sticking to lessons for a year or more, then you may want to consider getting just a little bit closer to the real experience with a weighted-keys digital piano. While still not a real acoustic piano, a weighted-keys digital piano means that the keys on the keyboard are not lightweight as above, but weighted so the feel of pressing down on a key more closely resembles the same action on a real piano with heavier wooden keys. Practicing on this kind of digital piano will help train your fingers to adapt to the keypress action of a real piano, like what we have in our music schools when you take piano lessons with us! Keyboards with weighted keys will typically start around $600-$1000 for keyboards with a key range anywhere from 61 keys, or 5 octaves, to the full 88-key keyboards, the length of a real piano, which stretches out to about 8 octaves. Some other things to keep in mind when purchasing this kind of digital piano is whether or not you want to keep it simple with just a few different digital piano sounds on the piano, or if you are interested in exploring more varied sounds like strings, organs, and other sampled sounds, or even if you might enjoy editing or creating different sounds, which can be a lot of fun if you are into exploring and composing music.

While digital pianos have a lot to offer, nothing quite beats the majestic feel of a real, acoustic piano. While the downside of a real piano is that they are not portable like digital pianos, a real piano uses real hammers hitting real strings, creating rich vibrations that will permeate with much more warmth, depth, and colour than a digital piano. Upright pianos are the best place to start. The strings in an upright lie vertically behind the piano stretching up and down to the floor. Uprights are more affordable than grand pianos (where the strings are laid out horizontally stretching away from the keyboard). Upright pianos are often much more affordable than grand pianos, and are a better fit for most homes with smaller spaces. Purchasing an upright piano brand new is the best options which could cost you anywhere from $4000 and up. Many choose to buy an upright piano used, as they are often significantly cheaper. Be warned, however, that getting a good quality used piano can be very difficult, as so many used pianos have mechanical issues and wear and tear that affect their usefulness and playability. We would suggest taking a piano tuner with you who has lots of experience working with acoustic pianos to look at any used piano you're considering buying before purchasing one. There are so many components inside a piano that it is very easy to purchase a used piano that won’t play well in the long run, and could ruin your enjoyment of learning to play. Invest in a piano tuner or piano technicians time to go and look at used pianos with you. You’ll be glad you did!

If you have been playing piano for some time, or you know that you just simply cannot go on without having the beauty of a real grand piano in your life, believe us when we say we understand! Playing a grand piano is a beautiful experience that has no other comparison. Grand pianos alone contain the most authentic and purely musical experience out of any other instrument. The strings are fully laid out with no impedance to their vibration. A grand piano does require considerably more space in your home than an upright, so you’ll need to make sure you have sufficient space for it. You may also want to invest in a piano humidifier to keep the wood in great condition for the long run. Grand pianos can cost anywhere from $5000 and up, depending on the size of the piano. They can range in size from the smallest - around 5’ long, all the way up to concert grands which run a full, nearly 10 feet long! Just imagine enjoying playing that in your home!

Our Toronto piano lessons are $43 each for 30 minutes weekly available through our virtual platform, or at our convenient downtown and midtown Toronto locations. We are also proud to offer unlimited make-up classes, bonus classes, performances, trophies, and so much more! There is a one-time registration fee of $35. Lessons are available seven days a week!

What Our Students Are Saying About Our Toronto Piano Lessons

Average Rating: 5.0 stars (based on 170 ratings)
Average Rating 5 out of 5 stars

My daughter loves her piano lessons

Very friendly but professional. Teachers are all great. My daughter loves her piano lessons and looks forward to going to Toronto Arts Academy.

N.L.
April 7, 2020
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Has cultivated the love of piano and music in our son

We are grateful to the amazing and helpful staff and our fantastic teacher Nico. Nico is patient, encouraging and kind with our son and has cultivated the love of piano and music in our son 1000 fold while making the whole experience so much fun for him!

L.G.
March 31, 2020
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We are grateful and very happy with his lessons (guitar and piano)

Our son’s teacher is Marshall. He is always positive and encouraging. We are grateful and very happy with his lessons (guitar and piano). And the rest of the staff at the school is great as well! Good communications and always very responsive whenever we have questions or concerns.

Madeline Lunney
March 31, 2020
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Improving a lot her abilities to play piano

I like it because my daughter is improving a lot with her abilities to play piano and her passion in music.

I.E.
January 1, 2020
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S.K.
July 1, 2019
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Friendly and Professional Piano Lessons

So friendly and professional. My son looks forward to his piano lessons every week!

L.BI.
May 7, 2019
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Good teachers! Our kids like the piano lessons here.

E.A.
May 7, 2019
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From The First Lesson He Bonded With His Piano Teacher

When we first registered my 6 year old for piano lessons at Toronto Arts Academy, I thought he will do the same as other places we’ve registered him. Don’t like it! Don’t take me again… etc. etc. But from the very first lesson he bonded with his piano teacher Nico and he loves it. When his primary teacher is away and the other piano teachers takes over, Josef has the same comfort level as it has with Nico, although he misses Nico. Also, the receptionists are very welcoming and friendly. Definitely, I will recommend it to anyone who is interested in taking piano or music lessons.

J.H.
May 7, 2019
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My Son Maintained His Enthusiasm Over Time

My son takes piano lessons with Marshall. He loves learning piano and guitar. He has maintained his enthusiasm over time, which I understand is not so common among young children. I am sure it’s due in large part to his piano teacher! I like that the Academy is so welcoming for kids of all ages. Also very flexible. Good communications with very friendly staff. Highly recommend!

Sam Grayhurst
April 17, 2019
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improve my confidence when singing

I like the teachers and the welcoming attitude of the desk persons. I’ve learned to improve my confidence when singing. When I had my make-up class (I did a piano lesson),I really enjoyed it. Although my fingers were not really cooperating when touching the keys lol, i learned something. Well, that something is a good start.

T.M.
March 20, 2019
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Highly Trained Music And Piano Teachers

Toronto Arts Academy is a lovely place with highly trained music and piano teachers. The receptionists are always very friendly and helpful. My son is taking piano lessons with Nico and I must say, Nico is doing a marvellous job. He is very patient with my lil’ Mozart and my son is always happy when we go to the piano class. It is awesome to have them here in our community enriching the lives of our children. I strongly recommend Toronto Arts Academy to anyone who wants to take voice lessons, piano, guitar and drum lessons. You will be welcomed by a very pleasant receptionist and a Team of Professionals.

F.H.
March 16, 2019
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We really enjoyed the piano and singing classes

We really enjoyed the piano and singing classes with Alvaro! He is great, always upbeat and motivating. My little one had a wonderful time and it was perfect introduction to the world of music.

M.N
January 8, 2019
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Inspired to keep learning piano and guitar

Great school. Really family-friendly. My son loves his teacher and is inspired to keep learning piano and guitar.
Madeline Lunney
October 11, 2018
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staff are fabulous and love the contemporary focus

The staff are fabulous and love the contemporary focus. My daughter loves her vocal and piano lessons here.

Meredith Gertin
January 24, 2018
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