At L.M.J. Music we offer a comfortable and natural learning environment. Our teaching studio is climate controlled. Students can experience the pleasures of playing on an acoustic piano, digital piano, or electronic keyboards.
We teach Theory and Technique alongside of learning individual pieces, emphasizing the fundamentals of music. Also, exploration and creativity are encouraged. Students explore music on their own and make up their own. We use a series of books from Alfred's Basic Piano Library that stresses intervallic reading of notes and individual note reading. It covers a variety of styles from folk to classical and pop. Students learn to play for fun, learn at own pace, and acquire fundamentals of music, and skills for further use, understanding, and enjoyment of music. As students progress, we can prepare them for RCM practical performance and Theory exams.
Experiencing and exploring music in the whole body provides a fun and fundamental ability needed in all musicians. Students develop an internalized relationship between gross and fine motor skills.
Our Piano Program provides opportunities for Students to build on skills from the age of 6 through University Music preparation and Adulthood.
Teacher Lisa M. Jones has been teaching since 1993!
Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. There are limited spots available for private lessons.
Contact Lisa at 416-419-5332 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a lesson time.
Post-dated cheques are collected upon registration in order to secure a lesson time. Parents will be notified of the term dates prior to the first lesson. There are no make-up lessons for missed group classes.
There are 3 Sessions of private lessons from September to June.
There are 3 Sessions of 12 group lessons from September to June. 6 students per class. Includes Off-Bench-Activities such as playing xylophones, djembe drumming, balls, and trampoline.
There are 3 Sessions of 12 trio lessons from September to June. 3 students per class. Includes Off-Bench-Activities such as ipads, playing percussion, xylophones, drumming, balls, and trampoline.
To read and sign our Studio Policy and complete our Registration Form click on the links. Return completed forms to email@example.com
Location: Hollis Avenue. Home-Studio. Scarborough South of Danforth Avenue, West of Birchmount Rd.
There are no lessons on Labour Day Monday, Thanksgiving Day Monday, October 31st Halloween, Winter Break, Family Day Monday, Spring/March Break, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Victoria Day Monday.
Private students complete a CD Project!
Students are encouraged to participate in sharing music and performing for each other in our Recitals.
Piano students are required to have an instrument at home to practice on.
Purchasing a Keyboard?
If you are planning on purchasing a keyboard there are a few things to consider:
Own an Acoustic Piano?
How long has it been since it has been tuned? An Acoustic piano must be tuned at least once a year!
Why do we suggest starting piano lessons at the age of 6 or older?
In order to begin piano lessons the child must know something about reading, recognizing numbers 1 through 5, know Alphabet letters A through G, know something about taking direction, and must be able to sit still for about 10-15 minutes while focusing. Students can develop basic musicianship skills such as beat keeping, clapping rhythms, understanding musical elements such as pitch high and low, tempo fast and slow, form AB and gross motor skills in our Orff Music for Children classes.