SCHOOL CLOSED TEMPORARILY
Dear students, parents and friends,
Following directives from the provincial government regarding non-essential services, the music school will remain closed until further notice.
We will resume classes as soon as it deemed safe for students and teachers by the ministry of health.
Please check this homepage periodically for confirmation of our official re-opening date.
Wishing you all good luck and good health.
Looking forward to seeing you again!
We are a small family run business located in Montreal’s Little Italy district that was created in early 2016 upon the closure of Italmelodie, an iconic Montreal institution. Some of our teaching and administrative staff are veterans of the venerable institution while others are veterans of the music industry.
Our teachers are experienced educators and most of them have a university diploma in a musical discipline or are actively engaged as musicians and can be seen performing in various cafés clubs in and around Montreal and abroad. As a reputable educational establishment, our primary goal is to provide you with the tools you will need to make your musical learning experience rewarding and enjoyable.
We are a professional team of dedicated educators and administrators at your service. If you’re not having any fun or you’re finding it overwhelming to learn to play a musical instrument, maybe you just need to talk to your teacher so he can reorient his lesson plan for you or you can speak with an administrator and we’ll be happy to advise you. We care about your success and your satisfaction.
30, 45 or 60 minute lessons?
As a rule of thumb, a beginning student should start slowly, a 30 minute weekly lesson is usually recommended. Some students however, more advanced students and/or adults may find that a half hour goes by too quickly and will prefer a 45 or 60 minute weekly lesson. Regardless, you can change your lesson duration at any time to suit your changing needs and progress.
How long does it take to learn?
Learning to play a musical instrument depends on many factors such as your innate abilities, love of music, time devoted to practicing, your goals etc. Do you want to play simple melodies or complex compositions that require advanced technical abilities? Everyone can learn how to play an instrument, the important thing is to just start, in time, you will know how far you want to take it.
Do I need an instrument?
You must have an instrument if you want to take music lessons. Check out our affiliated music store MUZIQ MARKET for our RENTAL and PURCHASE options and specials. We offer up to 4 FREE LESSONS with purchases and we also offer an option to buy with all instrument RENTALS and you can also rent one of our studios for practicing. Please note that our classrooms are fully equipped and you do not need to transport your instrument to class (with the exception of brass & wind instruments).
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