Our Voice Lessons Academy

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We’ve found the best vocal instructors from across Toronto who know how to make lessons fun for aspiring singers of all ages and backgrounds. Our lessons rooms are fully equipped with microphones and speakers! We even have observation windows and security cameras built-in as part of our comprehensive family safe plan.

Please Note: Our Toronto Voice lessons are temporarily not offered on location due to Covid-19. Online voice 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 Voice Lessons!

Voice 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 voice 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!

The best school of music. My daughter loves how she is progressing in her voice lessons.

The best school of music. My daughter loves how she is progressing in her voice lessons. I highly recommend it.

L.J.
March 1, 2020

Voice Lessons Overview

Our voice lessons are a great way to discover the instrument you carry inside of you, while experiencing all the benefits of learning music. There’s no need to buy anything to get started with online voice lessons! Unlike other instruments, however, the one you have inside of you cannot be replaced if you play the instrument too hard, or neglect to take care of it properly. So learning how to take care of your instrument by using it gently at first, is the best way to improve the fastest, and to enjoy singing for a lifetime. Over 20 amazing voice teachers are ready to help you improve your singing easily, while developing confidence and having fun!

You're never too old, or too young to start voice lessons either! We provide a safe space for the exploration of identity through the voice for students of all ages. We are thrilled to use Canada’s leading contemporary voice program for singers of all levels, the Singer’s Edge Program. The program includes tracking cards, a wide array of online practice scales, lesson books, and achievement certificates as you complete each level! Voice lessons have never been so easy, and fun!

Our Voice Lessons Are For Every Age & Interest

A Licensed Academy Of The Singer's Edge Program®
Voice Lessons For Kids

Our singing lessons for kids are entertaining and energetic. Kids are guaranteed a great time learning a new singing skill every week and implementing it in their favorite song.

Lessons are structured in a fun, engaging and educational way with a mixture of games that explore technique, skill and song work in every lesson. Maintaining this balance allows for children to stay focused and motivated to keep learning!

Voice Lessons For Teenagers

Singing lessons for teenagers are encouraging, goal oriented and great for building confidence. Most teenagers come to singing lessons to figure out how to sound like their favorite artists.

Vocal lessons are a great way for teenagers to find new, authentic ways of expressing themselves. Teenagers will appreciate our voice teachers' supportive approach that keeps them focused, but that gives them the space and tools to explore their own identity.

Voice Lessons For Adults

You're never too old to learn singing! It's an exciting, fun and a great activity to relieve stress. Most Adult students take lessons because singing bring them joy and they want to excel at it.

Contrary to popular belief, great singing is most often learned through practice, and is not something you are just born with. Whether you want to sing at your own wedding or improve your karaoke skills, your teacher will create a plan for you to achieve your musical goals and have fun!

Our Beginner Toronto Voice Lessons

Every singer once started as a beginner. When you come to your first lesson, it may be the first time you've ever sang in front of anyone! That's ok and totally normal. We will put you at ease and make sure you are very comfortable.

You will break through with your love of singing, and learn about all the fascinating ways you can use your voice. Our program is designed to make learning singing easy and will help build skills from the ground up. All you have to do is take the leap and get started!

Our Classical & Jazz Voice Lessons

Classical voice is great for students looking to develop an operatic or musical theater sound. During the lesson, you might expect to learn how to project your voice without the need of a microphone by managing your breath efficiently and developing those impressive high notes you hear in recordings.

Jazz singing lessons are great for students wanting to sing jazz standards and explore improvisation. During the lesson the student will be given different tools to prepare them for the challenges of jazz.

Pop/Rock/Soul Toronto Voice Lessons

If you're interested in learning how to sing like the pop stars you love, you've come to the right place. Pop and Rock singing is one of the most popular and sought after styles. At our academy we pride ourselves on offering the best training for Pop/Rock singing by using the Singer's Edge Program®.

A singing lesson for this style often works with the students unique interests while developing their mix voice, falsetto, healthy belting, exploring your own style, building confidence, and using a microphone.

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How Our Voice Lessons Work

What Are Voice Lessons Like?

Our comprehensive and structured lessons provided through the popular Singer's Edge Program will lead you towards a deeper connection with your singing as we expand your range, and find your unique vocal style. The lessons are structured according to each individual goals, and exercises may be enhanced to suit your skill level, whether your beginner, intermediate or advanced! Often, lessons start with voice technique exercises followed by working on a singing skill and finishing with technique or skill application to the students favorite song.

What Is The FIRST Voice Lesson Like?

At your first voice lesson, you will meet your teacher who will gain a better understanding of your background, your interests, and your singing goals. After a quick assessment, you will together you will create a step by step plan for you to achieve them before jumping into some fun exercises that will get you making sounds in a healthy way. And if you're up for it, we would love to jump into song work after!

What do you need to start voice lessons?

The great thing about singing is the only instrument you need is carried inside of you! You don't need anything to get started other your enthusiasm to begin! You may choose to invest in a microphone and small sound speaker later down the road to learn about what your voice sounds like through a microphone, but that is not necessary, as we have them in the school for your lessons!

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She really loves her voice lessons

We Love Toronto Arts Academy!!! 🙂
Our daughter is taking voice lessons through Toronto Arts Academy school. She really loves her lessons. Her teacher has been so patient and inspiring. Actually, all the teachers are incredibly talented, exceptionally positive in sharing their love of music to their students. They asked what the kids wanted to learn to play and this made students feel empowered and excited about their music. The office staff is friendly and understanding. The waiting area is warm, comfortable and entertaining, filled with magazines for adults to read on and some toys for children to play on just pass the time while waiting.
Our family has attended two successful recitals. Personally, I was amazed to witness each student, regardless of their level of knowledge, perform their piece with excitement and enthusiasm. It was evident that the teachers of Toronto Arts Academy school encouraged each student to bring part of his or her own character into the music.
Communications with Toronto Arts Academy school is always excellent — all contacts are very clear and prompt.
The experience has been a pleasure for our family!!! We would highly recommend Toronto Arts Academy School to anyone! 🙂

Raymund Lapena
January 25, 2018

What makes singing lessons at our academy different from elsewhere?

You won't find training the same quality of voice lessons, and the care we take to ensure that all our students are having a great experience. Our whole team really cares about you and your vocal and musical journey - from each front desk staff to our awesome teachers teachers.

At our academy we offer a specialized singing program that keep students motivated and able to track their progress called the Singer's Edge Program®. It's a great to track your progress through exclusive lesson books so that you know exactly how and what you're working on at every lesson. No more guess work!

We also provide online tools for singing students to continue practicing at home when they are not with their teacher. And let's not forget our awesome achievement rewards system that keeps our students motivated and focused with the chance of earning wrist bands and trophies.

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Top 10 Benefits To Voice Lessons At Our Toronto Academy!

  1. Our top-notch facilities create an awesome learning environment with everything you need in a music school for students of all ages - from comfortable seating in our reception, to our clean, inspiring voice lesson rooms that include microphones and speakers, are a joy to learn in.
  2. Over 30 highly qualified, and supportive teaching staff are the pride of our schools. Our voice teachers have a blend of contemporary and classical backbrounds they have been selectively chosen for, along with their amazing personalities. Many of our teachers are so popular our students never want to leave them!
  3. The organized and supportive office staff at our schools make your experience a great one, ensuring your voice lessons always run smoothly, and on time. They are always there to answer any questions you may have.
  4. Did we mention we've been voted Toronto's Best Music School? It's true! In fact, we've won Toronto's best music school every year since 2014 and by multiple awards companies across the same years!
  5. Check out some of our other popular school features!
  6. Recitals are important to your learning experience. And we believe recitals should be professional. We do them twice a year in venues with comfortable seating and short durations so the experience is always a great one!
  7. Our school is licensed to use The Singer's Edge Program - the only one one of it's kind in the world, giving our students unprecedented training for contemporary singing styles.
  8. Need to miss a lesson? No problem! We've got you covered. With our unlimited make up classes, you can make up a missed lesson whenever you need at your convenience. No questions asked! Our group lessons provide a fantastic way to compliment your private lessons.
  9. Our comprehensive family safety program means you can always have your eye on your childs development without ever having to worry about a thing.
  10. Month to month billing - no long term contracts!

Our Voice Lesson Toronto Teachers

What To Look For In A Voice Teacher

When on the search for a voice teacher, there are many things to consider such as: How much performance experience do they have? How much actual teaching experience do they have? Are they skilled at teaching in-person as well as online voice lessons? Are they friendly, and warm and do you feel comfortable in their presence? Also, do they offer you performance experiences to get on stage and sing in front of people? Do they have supportive environments where you feel safe to grow? What kind of system do they use when teaching? Is it their own, or one that is established and systemized? Do they provide recognition for your successes and achievements as you progress through your lessons?

How qualified are your voice instructors?

At our academy our teachers come from a great variety of teaching backgrouns and styles. All our teachers have professional backgrounds. Some of our teachers specialize in jazz, who can teach you the phrasing, the technique and the drills necessary to perform with a jazz band or sing your favorite jazz tune for friends and family. Some specialize in classical voice, that can prepare you for a musical audition or just teach you how to create that exciting sound without amplification for your own enjoyment. Lastly, we have teachers that experienced at Pop singing, who specialize in the little nuances of singing with a microphone that can help you navigate through the challenges of the style and can make your voice ready for a performance or recording. 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 voice teachers are the perfect match to help you explore these time-honoured and fascinating genres of singing. We have many singing teachers (both male and female) between both locations, so we most definitely have a teacher that will be the best fit for you. Whether you're interested in auditions, festivals, or recording your own music, we have the best teacher match for you.

What makes your voice teachers different?

All of our voice teachers were hired not only because of their extensive skills, but also because of their friendly, warm, and caring personalities. You will feel that they genuinely care about your experience and development at our school. Our teachers are also selected above all the others in Toronto for their extensive educational and/or music industry performance experience. They are also familiar with the best voice development systems available today to find the right one for you. Many of our voice teachers specialize in pop, rock, R&B, soul, or classical voice styles.

Get ready to fall in love with our voice lessons from our amazingly supportive, and talented voice teachers!

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Our Toronto Voice 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 ...
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 ...
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 ...

Encouraging students to learn and achieve one’s confidence to express themselves in the art of music

Staff & teachers are very friendly and knowledgable of the services they offer. Very professional & patient on every student especially with newcomers. Most of all very enthusiastic in the form of encouraging students to learn and achieve one’s confidence to express themselves in the art of music. Thanks to All!

Ivy Yutoc
March 24, 2020

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In our Toronto voice lessons community, one of the most common goals that students have is to find their own voice. By this, they mean the desire to sound unaffected and natural rather than simply ...

Love that my coach is really good and can really understand what I am looking for to achieve with my voice

I love how friendly the staff is. I also love that my coach is really good and can really understand what I am looking for to achieve with my voice. Thanks! 🙂

Maria Menezello
December 12, 2019

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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Toronto Voice Lessons

Most of us learn about singing from the moment we come into the world. Singing surrounds us our parents and teachers singing us nursery rhymes, and the singing we hear on the tv, radio, and online. Singing is such a cornerstone of every culture that it’s nearly impossible to avoid it!

So it’s not surprising then that many children love to sing! We see many schools featuring choirs of young children as part of their education very early on. The readiness of children to start voice lessons will vary from child to child as to whether they demonstrate a higher than average interest for singing, and their ability to stay focussed and attentive for the length of a private lesson. We’ve had some students start voice lessons as young as 4 and 5 years, while some students feel more ready between ages 6 and 8 years. At our academies, most of our students take 30 minutes lessons, and we find that this is the perfect for them to learn new skills without getting overwhelmed.

The voice is a fascinating instrument that is still often misunderstood, even after centuries of research. While the voice may sound easy and seem simple (and in many ways it is), much like any other instrument, the voice is a system of many relatively small pieces working together at the same time. Singing starts with air pressure leaving from the lungs, setting in motion vibration of the vocal cords, then producing sound waves that resonate through the spaces inside your throat and mouth areas.

Unlike other instruments which exist outside of ourselves, the voice is contained within our own bodies. This causes some distortion to the way that we perceive our own voice. For instance, we are often surprised when we hear our own voices played back to us through voicemails and audio recordings. This is because the voice we hear as a result of vibrations inside our own heads, are different than the voice that is experienced outside of ourselves. So it’s important to remember that the voice we think we hear, isn’t necessarily the voice that others hear.

Some people tend to think that “either you have it or you don’t”. And that’s just not true. Everyone can learn to sing better, no matter how "bad" you think you sound. We are often our own worst critics, though, which is a shame because we often give up on our learning before we've even had a chance to learn anything!  We tend to be very hard on ourselves, especially when first learning something new. So be easy on yourself when just starting out singing.

Remember that just like anything, learning to sing well takes time - for anyone. Give yourself time - a year of voice lessons even - and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how much more you will enjoy the sound of your own voice singing!

Classical singing tends to use rounder, darker, and more richer tones overall, with vibrato on almost any held note. Popular styles of singing on the other hand tend to be more thin in tone, and closer to patterns of regular speech, with unique and interesting ways of producing the same note. This may have become standard as many singers in popular music never had as much rigorous training as those in classical music, causing the popular singing style to value uniqueness or uniformity of sound.

We often get asked if learning singing provides the same benefits as learning other instruments. And our answer is unequivocally, absolutely, provided that you practice singing, as much as you would any other instrument. With that said, many singers who take the craft of singing more seriously do choose to learn how to play another instrument as well, usually guitar or piano. Many of the world’s most successful and popular singers are able to play at least one other instrument at a basic level. By being able to play another instrument, it enables you to become a more dynamic songwriter. Also, being a self-accompanist makes you more independent, so you don’t have to rely on other musicians to accompany you.

Although you don’t need to purchase an instrument to sing, some students love the idea of having a microphone and amplifier in their home to practice with. Although not necessary, having a microphone does help you to hear your voice better when you sing, and also gets you used to holding and singing with microphones, which you can expect to be doing if you intend to pursue singing more seriously in the recording studio or on stage. However, most singers can make significant advances in their singing without purchasing these items.

It’s not too difficult to take good care of your voice. Even just basic hygiene such as getting enough sleep, staying optimally hydrated by drinking fluids throughout the day, and not screaming or abusing your voice, is enough to keep your vocal cords healthy and ready for singing.

Nevertheless, it's also important to remember that singing imposes many more demands on the voice than just regular speaking. In speaking, we usually only use the lowest notes of our voice, and rarely might we go into our higher notes when speaking. But in singing, you will likely engage both your low and high notes much more frequently, and for longer periods of time without rest. If your voice is not conditioned or accustomed to doing this, it can take its toll, and you could tire the voice, or possibly damage it over time. That means there is an element of risk that comes along with singing, just like playing any other instrument.

With singing, therefore, it’s important that you are diligent about doing vocal warmups before you sing songs, and make sure that you’re not using vocal strain, or excess tension, in trying to reach notes in your vocal range. With training, and in time, you will learn how to use correct breathing, along with the correct air pressure, vocal cord usage, and vowel shaping, so you can learn how to sing across your full vocal range for longer periods of time safely and easily.

We don’t want to scare you from learning singing, but yes, it’s possible you can hurt your voice singing the wrong way. This is why it is important to find a good teacher who will show you how to protect and nurture your voice gradually over time, rather than push your voice too hard too soon, causing a vocal injury. While vocal injuries are rare, they can be serious, and have lasting consequences, so you do want to make sure the vocal teacher you choose is experienced with teaching safely.

The most important thing to remember when singing is not to strain your voice to reach certain notes. If a note feels uncomfortable for you to sing, you shouldn’t force it, and push harder. This is the most common cause of vocal injuries. Instead, growing singers must be patient, as it takes time and patience to learn how to sing all the notes in your vocal range. Until you get there, you may need to change the songs your singing, or limit the ranges of the songs you do sing so you don’t hurt yourself.

To learn to sing the right way, you must gradually build your skills one thing at a time. The most important thing is to learn how to access easily your low and your high notes, without reaching too much with one or the other.

The most important thing when starting out learning singing is to learn the differences between your low voice, and your high voice, as these feel substantially different in the beginning. This causes many singers to hold on the feeling of the low, or the high voice, as they try and sing different notes in their range causing issues of vocal strain. But learning to effectively transition between your low and high notes gives you much ease, power and control as you continue to grow in your vocal development, and sound better and better.

One of The Singer’s Edge Program's key ingredients is the lesson books that accompany the program and the online practice scales. The books and online scales make learning singing super easy and understandable so that you can measure your progress after each and every lesson - and your homework is already laid out for you. You don’t have to worry about what you should focus on to start learning - all you have to do is follow along, and you will make great strides!

It’s important when learning singing in the beginning that you don’t tire your voice out from trying new things your voice has never done before - especially when you’re practicing on your own with no teacher present. In the beginning of your learning, we suggest keeping your practices short - say 5 minutes of singing or so at a time every 20 minutes. This allows your voice time to recover after trying new things that you may not yet know how to do well yet easily. As you gain more experience and conditioning in your voice, you can extend your practice time to 10 minutes, and eventually longer. But remember, if and when your voice begins to feel fatigued, you should let it rest until you feel sufficiently recovered and vocally relaxed again to continue.

No matter what your age or experience level, we suggest getting onstage ASAP. If you’ve never performed before, we encourage you to register for ALL our performances. Each one is free for our students only at our schools!

We provide wonderful, supportive experiences to perform in real, beautiful venues at no extra cost to you, and it’s worth it to start building that experience now. And if the idea of performing terrifies you, it’s ok! Everyone feels that way at first. It’s all the more reason to get started sooner than later, so you can overcome those fears.

We make performances easy! We will work with you to cut down your performance piece so it’s short in length so you don’t have to worry about forgetting words, or getting lost in the music. Our goal is to make your first experiences of performing fun, and exhilarating, so you never feel overwhelmed.

What Our Students Are Saying About Our Toronto Voice Lessons

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

The best school of music. My daughter loves how she is progressing in her voice lessons.

The best school of music. My daughter loves how she is progressing in her voice lessons. I highly recommend it.

L.J.
March 1, 2020
Toronto, M2N, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

Love that my coach is really good and can really understand what I am looking for to achieve with my voice

I love how friendly the staff is. I also love that my coach is really good and can really understand what I am looking for to achieve with my voice. Thanks! 🙂

Maria Menezello
December 12, 2019
Toronto, ON, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

Toronto Arts Academy provides excellent voice lessons

Toronto Arts Academy provides excellent voice lessons with lots of feedback. The performance was well organized and executed flawlessly.

Paul Gentile
June 27, 2019
Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

excited to go back each week to improve my singing technique

The enthusiasm of the staff creates a welcoming atmosphere. I’m excited to go back each week to improve my singing technique. The lessons are very flexible, and they offer easy to attend make up sessions for those with a variable schedule. All in all, it’s a fantastic place to learn.

Karl Demmans
April 24, 2019
Toronto, ON, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

Improve My Singing Technique. Lessons Are Flexible

The enthusiasm of the staff creates a welcoming atmosphere. I’m excited to go back each week to improve my singing technique. The lessons are very flexible, and they offer easy to attend make up sessions for those with a variable schedule. All in all, it’s a fantastic place to learn.

Karl Demmans
April 24, 2019
Toronto, ON, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

helped me improve my singing voice and my confidence.

Arianna is a fantastic teacher and has helped me improve my singing voice and my confidence.

P.T.
April 11, 2019
Toronto, M6E, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

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
Piano Lesson Testimonials, Toronto, M4H, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

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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vocal teacher motivates in singing and develop self confidence

I will recommend this school to all my friends. My son did improve in his singing. His learning to observe the tempo of the song. I was so amazed on his winter performance. When he sing “Cornerstone”. His able to follow the minus one. Music help him focus in class. He sing while playing, doing his homework and when his upset. There is an open communication between the teacher and parent. A special thank’s to my son vocal teacher Avorro for motivating Aj in singing and develop self confidence. Again, thank teacher Avorro for your commitment in helping your students. You’re the best! Thank You, Totchie

Totchie Javier
January 28, 2019
Toronto, ON, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

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
Piano Lesson Testimonials, Piano Lessons, Toronto, M5P, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

She really loves her voice lessons

We Love Toronto Arts Academy!!! 🙂
Our daughter is taking voice lessons through Toronto Arts Academy school. She really loves her lessons. Her teacher has been so patient and inspiring. Actually, all the teachers are incredibly talented, exceptionally positive in sharing their love of music to their students. They asked what the kids wanted to learn to play and this made students feel empowered and excited about their music. The office staff is friendly and understanding. The waiting area is warm, comfortable and entertaining, filled with magazines for adults to read on and some toys for children to play on just pass the time while waiting.
Our family has attended two successful recitals. Personally, I was amazed to witness each student, regardless of their level of knowledge, perform their piece with excitement and enthusiasm. It was evident that the teachers of Toronto Arts Academy school encouraged each student to bring part of his or her own character into the music.
Communications with Toronto Arts Academy school is always excellent — all contacts are very clear and prompt.
The experience has been a pleasure for our family!!! We would highly recommend Toronto Arts Academy School to anyone! 🙂

Raymund Lapena
January 25, 2018
Performance, Toronto, ON, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons

He started with voice lessons but he got interested in guitar and doing great

My son, Zion, enjoys the classes so much! He looks forward to his lesson every week. He started with voice lessons but he got interested in guitar and he’s doing great in both! The teachers and staff just make learning so easy and fun for the students 🙂 No regrets here 🙂
Charms Poblete
January 24, 2018
Guitar Lesson Testimonials, Guitar Lessons, Toronto, ON, Voice Lesson Testimonials, Voice Lessons
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