FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get started?

We try to make the student enrolment process as simple as possible. Begin by inquiring more info by filling out our inquiry form. From here, we'll answer all the questions you provided and if everything makes sense, we'll continue to the enrolment process. Once enrolment is complete, we'll work together to find a time that it is best suitable for you and begin your first of many in-home/online 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.

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.

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. 

How much do lessons cost?

To learn more about our tuition rates, simply fill out our inquiry form and we'll be more than happy to provide you with that answer! If you plan on enroling more than one child, we have an amazing family discount you'll want to learn more about.

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 enrolment process.

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.

How do I know that my child is safe with the teacher?

Safety is a top priority for us. To help you keep a peace of mind, know that all our teachers must pass a criminal record background check with the Toronto Police or York Regional Police.

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