Piano Lessons Toronto – In-Studio, At Your Home, or Online

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Are you looking for private piano lessons Toronto? Find a qualified piano teacher in Toronto for kids or for adults. Select your teacher based on location, teaching style, price and more. See our list of jazz piano teachersPiano lessons take place in Downtown Toronto and the GTA at the teachers accredited studio or online. Selected teachers provide piano lessons at your home. See the details of each teacher below. Read our teacher accreditation process?

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Leonid – Saxophones, Clarinet, Brass, Piano

I teach recorder/ clarinet/ saxophone/ flute/ trumpet/ trombone/ baritone/ piano/ music theory at all levels, from beginner to professional.

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Kostantinos – Piano, Drums

Classical music, Jazz, Popular music. In my lessons, I aim to teach in a simple way while making the lessons fun and interesting for each student. I also try to match the lessons subject to my students’ personality.

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Brooke – Voice – Piano

– Popular music. I promise you, you’ll fall in love with music, melodies, instrumentation and performing. My piano lessons begin with rhythm exercises followed by warm-ups and some theory to help unlock your full potential and understanding of music.

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Rekha – Guitar, Voice, Piano, (ukulele, bass, violin)

Learn fundamentals based on proven traditions and techniques, and then apply these skills to new creations and modern, popular music.

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Hamid – Piano

I believe a teacher, at first, has to make a good connection with their students and also make music lessons fun for them. I offer piano lessons, songwriting and music theory.

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Jinu – Drums, Piano

I like to create a learning environment where students can enjoy playing music, are inspired to learn, and feel free to make mistakes. I teach various styles, such as Jazz, R&B, Pop, Funk, Hip Hop, Rock, and more.

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Nafsika – Piano

I like to do fun warm ups and I’ll teach you how to practice at home. Trained in Grade 10 Piano RCM. have a Post Graduate Certificate of Music Education.  I also teach beginner voice lessons.

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Toshio – Piano

My overall goal is to make music easy for my students.  I explore a straight forward approach in my teaching method.  

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Violet – Piano

I often do rhythm practice and ear training with young kids, and I also help them improve their sight-reading by playing note games.

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Olivia – Piano

I believe that it is important to make learning music enjoyable in order for the student to be passisonate about music. I teach both classical and popular music for the student to appreciate classical styles and play songs they enjoy.

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Roman – Piano

Individual approach based on the variety of goals a student will have. We will develop a solid foundation in piano technique and in European classical music theory.

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Nicole – Piano, Voice

I am always eager to help people learn whatever music they are interested in and can provide structured instruction, as well as lessons that are just for fun and exploration.

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Priscila – Piano, Voice

I believe that music learning should be an experience to create caring individuals not only to form professional musicians. Learning music helps us to be more accepting of our differences and more appreciative of diversity around us.

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Cassandra – Voice, Piano

The approach I take to teaching my students is to always prioritize their needs and goals for learning music. I believe that in order for students to fully develop their musical abilities, they must be taught music that they will truly enjoy and feel comfortable performing.

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Helen – Piano

I teach using methods drawn from RCM and ABRSM curriculums as well as from the Faber books. I have prepared custom paths for my past students whether they were beginner, intermediate, or advanced.

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How it Works

Step 1

Search for a teacher:

Compare different teachers based on criteria that matter to you, including location, age, experience, teaching style.

Step 2

How to register for lessons​

Book a trial lesson on your desired teachers page. After the trial, lessons are sold in groups of 5, 10 or 15 lessons. Satisfaction is guaranteed.

Step 3

Connect with your teacher:

After purchase, your teacher will contact you to schedule the first lesson. Lessons take place once a week in home, at the teachers studio or online.

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How much are piano lessons in Toronto?

At Musiprof, the average cost of private piano lessons in Toronto is:

30 minutes: $35.00 CAD
45 minutes: $48.00 CAD
60 minutes: $60.00 CAD
For more information read our blog article: How much do private piano lessons cost in Toronto, Ontario?

How much is a 30 minute piano lesson?

At Musiprof, the price of a 30 minute piano lesson in Toronto ranges from $23.00 CAD to $35.00 CAD. This cost varies from teacher to teacher.

How much do piano lessons cost near me?

The cost of private piano lessons in Toronto typically hovers around $50.00 to $60.00 CAD for one hour. The price at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto is higher and costs $114.00 CAD for adults. The cost for kids at the royal conservatory depends on the students playing level and age.

Are piano lessons worth it?

Taking piano lessons on a weekly basis is the optimal way to learn the piano. That being said, it’s important to find the right teacher who will motivate you and help you reach your own unique objectives. There are other ways to learn to to play the piano beyond taking weekly lessons, however taking piano lessons gives you the best chance for positive results in the long term. This is mainly because piano lessons with an experienced teacher provides you with progressive learning goals and accountability.

What is the best age to learn piano?

You can learn to play the piano at any age. That being said, it is difficult for kids under the age of 5 to learn to play the piano, because they lack the proper motor skills. Learning the piano as a kid has some advantages. Similar to learning a language, kids learn quickly and naturally because their brains are still in a developmental stage. As an adult, the brain is more hardwired, however adults have the advantage of being more disciplined. This can make up for a slower learning curve. Studies have proven that the human brain remains plastic even in old age. This means that it is possible to develop piano abilities as an adult. For more information, read our blog article How playing piano affects the brain.It is never to late to learn the piano whether you are 35, 65 or 80 years old.

What are the best piano books for beginners and kids?

We interviewed Melissa Furlotte, a piano teacher in Montreal who has been teaching kids for 20 years to find out: The 5 Best Piano Books for Beginners (Kids).

Where can I find piano lessons for kids in Toronto​?

At Musiprof, We offer piano lessons for kids in Toronto. Teaching piano to children isn’t the same as teaching adults.  Children need a teacher that has experience with kids and understands what makes them tick.  We’ve written a great article that describes the qualities of a great music teacher for children:  5 Tips for Teaching Music to Children.

Where can I go to buy an acoustic piano in Toronto?​

See our list of the top 6 places to buy a piano in Toronto:

Toronto Piano Centre
Merriam Music
Robert Lowrey Showroom
Piano Depot
Paul Hahn & Co
Remenyi House Of Music

Our teacher Srikanth wrote a great article to help you find the Best places in Toronto to buy an acoustic piano.

Where can I buy a cost effective keyboard?

Read our article: 5 Best Keyboard Pianos for Beginners and Kids (Cost-Effective). It describes the different factors that you should know about before buying a keyboard and provides quick links to purchase online.

What is a Hybrid Piano?

Read our article: Should I buy a Piano or Keyboard for home? What is a Hybrid Piano? to learn about the exciting new developments in digital – acoustic piano hybrids.

About Musiprof Music School

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Musiprof offers piano lessons Toronto all ages and levels. Take Piano Lessons Downtown Toronto or the GTA. We also provide great pedagogical piano lessons for beginners Toronto, and Piano lessons for kids Toronto. 

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Learn various piano styles such as, classical piano, pop rock, popular music or jazz piano.  Many of our teachers provide specialized training and exam preparation for the royal conservatory of music. We also provide piano lessons for beginners Toronto.

Piano lessons are provided on piano and keyboard, piano lessons Toronto in home  or in our teachers accredited studio near you.