You might be an exceptional musician, but are you an exceptional teacher? Are you more passionate about teaching than touring and gigging? If so, we want you to join our music school!
When parents and students search for music lessons in Toronto, we promise to provide the best music teachers in the city. To be counted as one of the best, you must have excellent people skills, extensive teaching experience, and a genuine passion for teaching music. We’re looking for instructors who teach a speciality, whether it be a specific style, voice-instrument combo, working with children, or leading a band.
Is this the kind of music teaching career that excites you? Then we want to talk to you!
As part of our performance-based music school, you’ll be preparing your students for recitals and gigs throughout the year. From coffee shops to professional theatres, our teachers fully support their students by being part of their performances.
Our teachers work on a part-time, contract basis at one of more of our three locations near Pape/Danforth, Woodbine/Danforth, and/or Don Mills/Lawrence.
New instructors must be patient and work to grow their clients to grow over time by working with our social media manager to produce content that leads potential students to their landing page and contact form on our website.
Typical teaching hours are from 4-9pm on weeknights and 10-5pm weekends but can occur outside those hours depending on teacher/student availability.
Elite Music Academy opened its doors in 2001 as a friendly, community school and instrument shop. Today, we have grown into one of the most influential musical education facilities in Toronto with three locations across the city.
With a faculty of 35+ of Toronto’s best music teachers, lesson coordinators, and instrument specialists, you’ll still find the same family atmosphere that made us successful from day one. We spend a great deal of time seeking the best music teachers in Toronto to run our programs. We hire new teachers based on a number of criteria: experience, personality, talent, entrepreneurship, and safety (all teachers must pass a Vulnerable Sector Screening).