What You'll Get
Music is one of the world’s oldest art forms, but after some well-executed note lifts and treble tucks, it doesn’t look a day over 27. Experience this ageless beauty with today’s Groupon: for $18, you get two music lessons (a $36 value) at the Ontario Conservatory of Music in downtown St. Catharines.
Ontario Conservatory of Music rocks downtown St. Catharines with melodious melodies while specializing in private and group lessons for music enthusiasts of all ages. Today’s Groupon is good for two private cacophony-reducing classes that each last 30 minutes. Students can learn to serenade their sweetie or jam with their friends with a variety of instruments including piano, guitar, violin, drums, bass, keyboard, organ, and voice; neophyte philosophers and budding musicologists can also investigate the thoughts and motives of the treble clef during music theory lessons. While not available with this Groupon, the conservatory also offers a Rock Band program where students of all ages band together and learn how to perform as a group, culminating in a final public performance.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 4, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation policy. New clients only. Must take 2nd lesson within 3 weeks of the 1st. If 2 Groupons are purchased, 4 lessons may be taken consecutively. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ontario Conservatory of Music
A government-certified educational institute, Ontario Conservatory of Music has fostered the musicians of tomorrow since 1939, when tomorrow had just been invented. Its teachers believe that playing music acts as a gateway—to building character, boosting confidence, and improving self-discipline. The school helps students of all ages explore those benefits through lessons in instruments ranging from drums and guitar to piano, voice, and violin. Band programs get even beginning students working together and performing in front of live audiences, giving them a space to hone their chops outside their basement, where mole people might hear them through the walls and steal their songs.