Omar started his musical journey in October 2020. He has a fun and clever character. After 8 months of lessons, Omar has learned to move his fingers properly, memorized the location of the piano keys, learned all the songs from his method book and can tap simple rhythms with the auxiliary instruments – tambourines, maracas.
Today, we want you to meet Lulu, a student of Midtown Toronto Piano Studio. She is a bright and hard-working student. She started her music journey last year at Midtown Toronto Piano Studio and has shown great dedication to her online piano lessons. Therefore, the development of her talent is evident.
Music education is disappearing from the general education curriculum. The main reason is the competition with academic subjects. Parents assume that artistic activities don’t have any impact on the learning abilities of their children. As a result, the opportunity to learn an instrument is seen as a luxury rather than a necessary part of education.
Today, gift cards no longer carry the stigma of careless gift giving. On the contrary, they’re becoming an exciting surprise for gifters and recipients when they realize the benefits that gift cards have to offer. At Midtown Toronto Piano Studio we offer Gift Cards to compliment your buying list. Learning music is a unique experience that allows you to develop unique skills. Now we want to share with you the perks of buying our Gift Cards.
2020 will be forever sealed in all our memories. It’s been a year that has challenged the long-established certainties about what we think is safe and what we believe is healthy in all areas of our lives.
We want you to know that our doors are always open and, there will always be a place for you at Midtown Toronto Piano Studio!
Music remains, now and always, the safe haven where our fears can be put on hold.
Meet our talented student Kyle, who is 7 years old. He lives and studies in Toronto, Canada. He started his piano lessons with us in September 2020 and he is a very dedicated student, really fond of spending his time learning how to play, working on his rhythmic and sight-reading skills and has showed big interest and commitment to learn everyday more and more.
We are aware that the concept of online lessons could be something new and unfamiliar, we could say that it may be intimidating to think about how the lessons work or if it is a good investment in you or your children, but today we want to clear all these concerns, not only with a descriptive depiction of the structure of our lessons but showing you a success story of our own with our talented students: Lu, Adri, and Elisabet from Guayaquil, Ecuador.
An excellent example of how our Piano + Adult program works is Sam, who has been a student with us since September 2020. He is a natural for music and has picked up a good rhythm playing piano in his lesson as well as a regular practice routine at home. Sam enjoys music challenges and is always eager to learn more, which makes his progress develop even faster, and as a result we have included intermediate pop repertoire in his program.
Today we want to share with you the joy of music, brought to you by little Sonoma. She is 4 years old, smart, beautiful and really talented. After a couple of months with us, she has developed her rhythmical and motor skills and plays the piano at the best of her abilities on every lesson and is eager to learn every day more.
Miranda is one of our brightest students, with a beautiful soul and bright character, her music skills have developed since day one. Not scared of taking a new challenge, Miranda chose the Royal Conservatory Music Program, which works on ear-training skills, music theory knowledge, sight-reading as well as instrument skill development.
We offer sessions in blocks of 4 and 10 sessions. 4 session blocks run on a monthly basis, 10 lesson blocks run on a 3-month basis. Flexible payment options available. All the music programs are available for online or in-person sessions. in addition, we offer flexible schedules as well as online lessons via Zoom or Skype and face to face lessons.