Frequently Asked Questions
What is an "in-home lesson"
An in-home piano lesson is when the teacher travels to teach your children in your home, rather than you having to drive to a studio or the teacher's home. Think of us like the music education version of Uber Eats! By working with us, you'll save valuable time and money by letting our qualified teachers come to you. If you'd like to learn more, book a free in-home consultation with us today!
How do I know that my child is safe with the teacher?
What areas do you teach for in-home lessons?
We currently serve all families living in Vaughan, Markham, and Richmond Hill. If you don't live in these areas, we can still teach you with online lessons via zoom! To find out which area we specifically teach in, please click here.
How much do lessons cost?
30 minute in-home piano lessons starts at $35 per lesson, or on average $140 per month. Work with qualified and passionate teachers that come to you! To get started and learn more about our business and how we can help your children succeed, book a free consultation with us today.
How do I get started?
We try to make the student enrolment process as simple as possible. To get started, simply book a free in-home consultation with us today! Our director will personally visit your home to discuss your interest in piano lessons. Once you're ready to proceed, you'll match you with a suitable teacher to begin your first of many in-home piano lessons.
Are there any contracts?
There are no contracts with us! Lessons are billed on a month-by-month basis and you are free to cancel anytime to wish. Out of due respect, we simply ask that you inform us a few weeks in advance that you will be stopping lessons.
At what age can my child start taking lessons?
Our recommendation is to start your child in lessons when they turn 5 or 6 years old. Maturity level and the ability to focus for a period of time will play a huge role on if they are ready to begin lessons.
What instruments do you teach?
For the time being, we only offer piano lessons. However, we have plans of teaching other instruments like voice, guitar, and violin.
We don't have an instrument. Should we buy?
Ideally, it is always best to start with a cheaper instrument like a digital piano before investing into something bigger like an acoustic piano. What you should look into is an 88 key digital piano with weighted keys. If you currently don't own an instrument, we can most certainly help you during the free in-home consultation.