Music Lessons in West Seneca

Up to 56% Off Music or Voice Lessons at Boulevard Music Lessons

Located next to The Guitar Center on Niagara Falls Blvd

$124 $62

Guitar, piano or voice lessons or weekly group classes that blend guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and vocals into performances and recordings

Up to 87% Off at Niagara Guitar Lessons

Niagara Falls

C$113 C$19

Master chords and learn to read music during sessions with a 15-year veteran guitarist

Half Off Lessons at Ontario Conservatory of Music

St. Catharines

C$38 C$19

Students age 4 and up study keyboard instruments, guitar, voice, violin, drums, bass, or music theory at a government-certified school

Four 45-Minute Piano Lessons

Central Business District

$220 $121

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

50% Off Lessons at Ontario Conservatory of Music in Hamilton

Hamilton

C$88 C$44

Students can choose from piano, vocal, guitar, music theory, or drum lessons

61% Off Private Lessons at RockPro Music Centre

Erin Mills

C$100 C$39

Professional musicians teach guitar, bass, piano, drums, or vocals in 30-minute private sessions for children ages 6–15

50% Off Music Lessons

Dixie

$100 $50

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 59% Off Guitar or Vocal Lessons

Westminster - North York

C$40 C$19

Professional instructor with more than 30 years of playing experience tailors lessons for any age or skill level

Up to 60% Off Kids' Music Lessons

Multiple Locations

C$80 C$40

Kindermusik classes teach children social and musical skills; private lessons for older students cover piano, saxophone, flute, or theory

Up to 58% Off Private or Group Piano Lessons

Williams Parkway and Torbram Rd.

C$50 C$25

Starting with basic scales, an experienced pianist helps students work their way up to playing more complex contemporary & classical tunes

Up to 56% Off Private Music Lessons

Vaughan

C$54 C$24

Students get the personal attention they need during private music lessons that can focus on guitar, piano, bass, drums, or vocal cords

51% Off Kids' Group Jam Classes with Guitar Rental

Vaughan

C$200 C$99

Kids and teens play music in a group and collaborate creatively on various instruments, including guitar, bass, drums, keys and vocal

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With an enormous inventory of instruments, a dependable technician, and friendly instructors, The Guitar Factory is the kind of store that performers come to count on over the course of their musical evolution. Here, musicians can browse from simple-starter electric guitars from Ibanez to high-end acoustics from Martin. Keyboards, percussion, amps, basses, and other gear are also available. When wear and tear strikes, the shop’s in-house repairman, Charles J. Quagliana, can nurse instruments back to functionality. Charles has honed his handiwork by working for superstars such as Mary J. Blige, Prince, The Beach Boys, and the Mos Eisley Cantina band.

In the studio’s 10 air-conditioned lesson rooms, a team of teachers with more than 30 years’ experience teach guitar, drums, bass, keyboard, and other instruments. Joe Shanahan, who teaches bass, guitar, vocal, keyboards, and drums, was inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame with his band, Only Humen, and guitarist/singer/teacher Tommy Z has performed for the U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. Instructors tailor each lesson to student’s individual needs; with a current student pool ranging from ages 4 to 70, instructors are comfortable working with a wide range of skill sets.

1060 Union Rd
West Seneca,
NY
US

Joe Pinnavaia's students refer to him as a Rosetta stone, encapsulating a wealth of musical knowledge that he translates into easy-to-follow instructions. Joe opts for personal, one-on-one sessions that break down the bad habits and barriers that can keep fledgling axe-wielders from meeting their goals. Classes emphasize speed, coordination, and confidence as students learn to play complicated licks or chord structures with less effort. Once a frustrated student himself, Joe knows that the only way to learn is from a real person and not online videos or the ghost of Muddy Waters that keeps whispering encouragements when you're in the shower.

4248 Ridge Lea Rd.
Amherst,
New York
US

In his band AudioInflux, lead guitarist and backup vocalist George Miller works atop the deep grooves of soul, funk, and jazz styles. He's equally well equipped to get his guitar and bass students playing their favorite blues, rock, metal, or classical pieces, and even write and record solidly constructed pieces of their own. Armed with a degree in music performance and a decade and a half of teaching experience, Miller helps pupils with all kinds of goals unleash their inner B.B. King or Les Claypool, whether they want to front a band or simply harmonize with the bonfire during outdoor sing-alongs.

1924 Maiden Lane
Rochester,
NY
US

• For $99, you get three hours worth of DJ classes, or studio recording time with a CD of your session (a $225 value). • For $150, you get a “Party like a Rock Star” Private Dance Party (a $300 value).

250 Cumberland St
Rochester,
NY
US

The instructors at Freedom School of the Arts don’t teach theatrical dogma. Instead of constraining their pupils with “must do” techniques, they encourage students to explore their own process and discover on-stage confidence through a constantly changing curriculum. The school’s acting and improv classes cover basic performance skills that ease self-doubts as well as read-through, blocking, and agreement techniques that help them feel comfortable in any situation, from shows to auditions to parent-teacher conferences. Not just for adults, the school hosts youth acting classes that help kids explore their imagination and creativity.

1965 Britannia Rd W
Mississauga,
ON
CA

In 2006, it dawned on Terry Moshenberg and Topher Stott that there was a lack of creative outlets for musical adults. Those hoping to hone their skills or simply jam out often had a hard time finding likeminded people. A year later, Terry and Topher sought out to solve this problem by starting League of Rock, which has since revealed what they refer to as the "hidden musical population." During workshops and team-building exercises held at corporations and various venues, professional musicians invite grownups to unleash their inner rock star by helping them master their chosen instrument, assigning them band mates, and getting them up on stage with a professional rock band. In corporate music leagues, clients use LOR as a resource to put on shows for recruiting purposes and raising money for charity.

221 Glebemount Avenue
Toronto,
ON
CA