Piano Lessons Toronto
The piano has been a hub of musical inspiration within the home for centuries. Learning how to play piano is a right of passage that has been passed down from generation to generation. Whether you are a beginner piano student who is interested in persuing an RCM examination or a music buff who is interested in trying jazz piano lessons, learning to play the piano is a terrific way of understanding the foundations of all music.
We have been providing piano lessons in Toronto since 2005. Our piano teachers travel to their students homes to provide piano lessons in a comfortable environment. Our piano teachers are all qualified to provide the quality of piano lessons that are neccessary for beginner piano students to learn to play piano successfully. Our piano teachers are happy to customize their piano lessons to the needs of each individual piano student.
Piano Teachers Toronto
We currently have a team of 15 terrific piano teachers in Toronto. Our piano teachers provide music lessons for kids as well as adults. Our piano teachers have a range of specialities including classical piano lessons, jazz piano lessons, improvisation and RCM examinations.
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Famous piano players from Toronto
Music has played a very significant role in the cultural development of Toronto. One of the most famous Toronto piano players is Glenn Gould. Gould's first piano teacher was his mother. Glenn Gould also took piano lessons at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. Glenn Gould became famous for his recording of The Goldberg Variations by Johann Sebastian Bach. Glenn Gould remains an inspiration to all young piano students in Toronto.
Another well known Canadian piano player is Oscar Peterson. At a young age Oscar Peterson learned to play classical piano but later on he developed into a talented jazz piano player. During the early years in Oscar Peterson's career as a jazz piano player, he taught piano lessons in Toronto. Later in life, Oscar Peterson was a mentor at the York University jazz program. Oscar Peterson was an amazing piano player, and he will continue to be an inspiration to all young piano students in Toronto.