Jazz Piano Lessons Toronto – Beginner to Advanced Students Welcome

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Are you looking to take jazz piano lessons in the Toronto area? Musiprof offers a selection of qualified jazz piano teacher in Toronto. Use the filters to browse our various teacher profiles. Click on your desired teacher’s profile to learn more about them, to ask a question, or to book a paid trial lesson. Lessons take place at-your-home, the teacher’s studio or online. Jazz piano lessons for beginners or advanced players are available. Are you interested in a different style than jazz? Visit this link to see our complete list of piano teachers in Toronto. Review of hiring selection criteria for teachers.

Discover Jazz piano Lessons in Toronto. Kind teachers near you.​

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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, and teaching style.

Step 2

Contact your teacher:

Contact the teacher of your choice to schedule a first lesson. Once the lesson is scheduled, a payment request will be sent by email.

Step 3

Take a Lesson Package:

If you feel it’s a good fit with your teacher, lessons are sold in packages of 5, 10 or 15 lessons. Pay for the lessons using your credit card.

Online Jazz Piano Lessons Option​

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  • Our teachers offer the option of online jazz piano classes. 
  • Combine online with in-person lessons. there is no price difference.
  • Equipment required: videoconferencing software, such as Zoom, Skype, or Facetime, a well lit room, a microphone (optional)

Jazz Piano Lessons for Beginners​

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Jazz piano lessons are available to beginners, however, some piano fundamentals must learnt beforehand. These include reading sheet music, understanding basic chords, and playing scales.  If you are a beginner, your teacher will patiently guide you through the process in order to eventually allow you to play your first Jazz piano piece.

Learning to Play in a Jazz Group​

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Playing Jazz in a group is the ultimate way to learn the required skills to becoming a jazz pianist. The language of Jazz requires interaction with other players, and these skills are best learnt when playing with other musicians, such as a drummer, bass and/or guitar player. When you have reached the required level, ask your piano teacher if they can place you in a group with other jazz musicians of a similar level.


How much do Jazz piano lessons cost in Toronto, Ontario?

Depending on the teachers level of education and experience, jazz piano lessons in Toronto can cost between $40.00 an hour to up to $100.00. For example, a university professor in jazz will cost closer to $100.00 CAD, while a younger university graduate will cost less. Here is Musiprof’s average price for lessons in Toronto:
30 minutes: $35.00 CAD
45 minutes: $48.00 CAD
60 minutes: $60.00 CAD

Is one jazz piano lesson a week enough?

One lesson a week is ideal for most students. This is the standard for most piano teachers. For others, two lessons a week can give a student the opportunity to learn complementary piano topics such as technique, music theory, or even Jazz history. For advanced players, one lesson every 2 weeks or once a month can work too.

Is piano good for the brain?

Scientist have found that playing piano is like a full body workout for the brain. If you are interested in learning more on this topic, read How playing piano affects the brain.

About Musiprof

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Musiprof is a music school that offers private Jazz piano lessons in Toronto. Depending on the teacher, lessons can cover everything from jazz improvisation, jazz standards, to jazz chord voicings, scales and chord progressions. Beginners will need to cover piano fundamentals, such as reading and music theory, before learning the more advanced jazz concepts.

Curious about our teacher selection process? for more information read our teacher accreditation process here.

Are you a qualified piano teacher?  Get in touch with us about teaching music with Musiprof.

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