The Finest Piano Lessons in Toronto!
Your search for the best piano lessons in Toronto is over! Elite Music Academy offers more amenities than other music schools in Toronto. Instead of regular old piano lessons, we offer a complete education package that nurtures students and provides them ample opportunities to perform, network, and perfect their piano skills. When you walk in our doors, you are treated like family. All of our new students are eligible to rent an electronic piano for free. This allows students to dive right into learning piano without any of the delays you might encounter at other music schools or with private piano teachers.
Our piano teachers are carefully selected from Toronto’s most qualified pianists, based on their musical skills and experience. With our diverse staff, we are able to offer piano lessons in multiple styles including pop, rock, jazz, and classical.
Since we provide the most comprehensive piano lessons in Toronto, students learn to read music, improvise, and perform with other musicians quickly and easily. Our music school provides opportunities to record and perform at exciting venues around Toronto all year long. In the summer, our Toronto Music Camp is an great opportunity to develop musicianship and produce a music video.
When you search “piano lessons Toronto”, there are hundreds of options in the city. If you want the best of the best, there’s only one Elite Music Academy!
Piano Lessons in Toronto: What Makes Us Unique?
- Quality piano lessons with experienced instructors
Our piano teachers are fully accredited with successful careers as musicians.
- $20 trial piano lesson
Meet the piano teacher you’re interested in. Ask questions. Set Goals.
- Free keyboard rental for two months
Don’t buy a piano unless you’re sure piano lessons are right for you.
- Record your piano playing. Show off in front of Toronto.
Record in our professional recording studio or show off on stage.
- Play piano in a rock band
Your’ll love our Summer Camp and year-long Rock Band Course.
- Affordable and Convenient
We’ve got great lesson rates and policies and we’re open 7 days a week.
- Clean and professional
Our tidy music studios are equipped with digital pianos with weighted keys.
All our piano instructors must pass a Vulnerable Sector Check
Piano Lessons Toronto
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Piano Students of Elite Music Academy
Our Piano Teachers
A piping hot blend of timeless jazz sensibilities and groovy, funkified sound synthesis, Nick’s piano playing rests on a tangle of meter changes, dense harmonies and ever-shifting textures – grounded in the past but always looking forward.
A classically-trained pianist and vocalist who is equally at home with pop and musical theatre, Colin will inspire you through an exploration of piano styles, while building technique and musicality. No matter your goals, he will work to lay the foundation for becoming a well-rounded musician and to develop a life-long appreciation for music!
Sarah mixes together equal parts theory and performance work with a touch of silliness to create the perfect recipe for piano and voice students. Sweet with a dash of pizzazz, she loves to inspire a passion for music in beginner students by working on Disney songs, show tunes, and top 40 hits.
Jacqueline teaches vocals, flute, piano, ukulele, guitar, songwriting, and group classes. Her style includes classical, opera, jazz, theatre, country, pop, and rock! As a recent graduate in Opera performance, a Canada-wide vocal, acting and songwriting winner, Jacqueline ensures you will be equipped with all the tools you need to wow audiences, slay contests and performances, and dabble in all areas of musical expertise!
Top Reasons to Learn Piano
1. Learning piano increases cognitive development in kids and adults.
2. Reading piano sheet music improves eye-hand coordination.
3. Tickling the ivories consistently boosts hand agility and fine motor skills.
4. Regular piano practice instils discipline applicable to other areas of life.
5. Playing keyboard can reduce anxiety, stress, and depression.
6. Piano is the best foundational instrument.
7. Keyboard instruments are arguably the easiest to learn.
8. Buying a quality digital piano to learn on is affordable!
9. Keyboards are easily portable.
10. Everyone loves a pianist, especially at Christmas!
Piano Lessons FAQ
Is piano easier to learn than guitar?
It can be, especially for children or adults with little time or patience. But there’s other factors to consider when choosing piano vs. guitar.
Is it better to take classical piano lessons vs. pop, rock, and jazz?
Neither is better. But you should research the difference between classical and contemporary piano lessons ahead of time.
How much should my child practice piano?
Ideally, fifteen minutes every day should be set aside for focused practice sessions away from noise and distractions. Quality is more important than quantity. When students forget to practice, the piano lesson turns into more of a supervised practice session, which wastes money and slows progress down.
Does your music school have piano recitals?
Are there any cognitive benefits to learning piano?
My child has Autism/ADHD. Can piano lessons help?
Do I need to buy a real piano to take lessons?
No way! We offer free rentals for new students for two months. We also sell digital Yamaha pianos lower than other local music shops in Toronto.
At what age should my child start taking piano lessons?
The average age when kids can sit calmly and focus through a 30 minute piano lesson is five. However, if your child shows a lot of musical talent and interest, starting at four is not unheard of. Allow your teacher to select an appropriate piano method book for your child’s age.
What else should I know about learning piano?
We’ve prepared an extensive FAQ here to answer your questions.
How do I find a good piano teacher?
A trial lesson is the best way to determine if a teacher is right for you. During your trial lesson, there are 6 things you should consider when shopping for a piano teacher.
Is it true that it’s never too late to learn piano?
Adults face different challenges than kids when taking piano lessons for the first time. Here some great tips to succeed.
How do I stop my child from practicing piano too fast?
Buy a metronome! It takes some getting used to, but it’ll put the brakes on that runaway freight train tempo and help to stabilize your child’s sense of rhythm. Most digital pianos have a metronome built in. Ask your teacher to use the metronome in the lesson.