PIANO, WOODWIND, BRASS, THEORY of MUSIC LESSONS
In-Person & Online
VARIETY OF PROGRAMS
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Piano lessons, Saxophone lessons, Trombone lessons, Trumpet lessons, Tuba lessons, French Horn lessons, Clarinet lessons, Pan-Flute lessons, Keyboard lessons, Ear Training & Theory of Music lessons, Conducting lessons In-Person & Online
We are professional teachers, holding Bachelor and Masters degrees in music.
Our teachers have trained in some of the best musical programs in Europe and North America.
Since 1992, we have acquired concert and teaching experience in Canada and Europe.
We pleased to offer hight quality music lessons for students of all levels, from beginner to advanced.
We believe that every student is a special individual, deserving of a personalized program of instruction that caters to his or her unique age, abilities, skillset, and goals.
CA Academy of MUSIC programs consist of a combination of individual lessons, recitals, festivals, competitions and RCM exam preparations, as well as a lot of fun!
We instil in our students a love of music, combined with proper technical skills, which will serve them well in many facets of life.
Our teachers have trained in some of the best musical programs in Europe and North America!
A musical program at the CA Academy of Music can help your child to develop or improve their confidence and character!
CA Academy of MUSIC Programs
At the CA Academy of Music we believe that music lessons are not simply for instruction, but also for sharing and connecting with friends, relatives, neighbours and communities. We are pleased to offer a wide variety of musical programs for all students. We instil in our students a love of music, combined with proper technical skills, which will serve them well in many facets of life.
Our teachers have trained in some of the best musical programs in Europe and North America, and we can create programs of study for our students that are suitable to each person’s specific learning needs and purposes. We believe that every student is a special individual, deserving of a personalized program of instruction that caters to his or her unique age, abilities, skillset, and goals. As such, our programs consist of a combination of individual lessons, recital and RCM exam preparations, as well as a lot of fun!
Musical study has been proven to help improve a child’s abilities in many areas, including memory, motor skills and coordination, language and math skills, stress management, and retention of verbal information. A musical program at the CA Academy of Music can help your child to develop or improve their confidence and character, while also exhibiting growth in skills such as:
CA Academy of MUSIC Teachers
During CA Academy of Music music lessons students will be under the tutelage of
instructors with PhD, Masters and Bachelor degrees in music who have had concert and teaching experience in Europe and Canada since 1992.
Our teachers have trained in some of the best musical programs in Europe and North America,
and we can create programs of study for our students that are suitable to each person’s specific learning needs and purposes.
All teachers are qualified to prepare students for all levels of the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) examinations.
All CA Academy of Music teachers have very warm and welcoming personalities.
Each of us has an individual teaching style and we create a unique approach to each student.
The CA Academy of Music provides a platform for all types of students to experience a musical performance.
Twin Pianos Recital Hall
CA Academy of MUSIC is one of a few music schools in Toronto and Mississauga with their
own Recital Hall.
Two brand new Yamaha C3 Grand Pianos offers a large variety of opportunities to perform
from solo and duet recitals to live performance of Concertos for Piano.
Mississauga Youth Philharmonic
At the CA Academy of Music we believe that music lessons are not simply for instruction, but also for sharing and connecting with friends, relatives, neighbours and communities.
The CA Academy of Music provides a platform for all types of students to experience a musical performance. CA students have an opportunity to participate in recitals during the school year! You can sign up for our recitals even if you are not a student of the CA Academy of Music! Contact us to find out all the details! Participation in recitals will provide your child with a number of benefits, including:
Building strong leadership character
Becoming more self-confident
Having better emotional recognition
Developing strong teamwork skills
For all Students, CA Academy provides Recitals FREE of charge!
Students can hear their teachers perform at each recital throughout the year.
For all students, our Academy provides Recitals FREE of charge!
CA Academy of Music students play and teach in a number of musical schools and study programs, including the Toronto Youth Symphony Orchestra, UFT Music programs, and at various other music schools, events, and church activities.
Our students regularly achieve excellent RCM exam results, and win awards at many different music festivals and competitions.
Let the CA Academy of Music work for your child’s future!
At the CA Academy of Music it is our firm belief that we can instil a love of music in your child, and that we can train them to develop successful practices and habits. This belief is founded on the principle of teamwork: the notion that children will be more successful if our work is supported together by parents.
Children are much more likely to achieve their maximum musical potential when they experience the support and encouragement not only of their teachers, but also of their parents. It is this idea that drives us
to build close working relationships with parents as well as students.
Together, we can help to better understand a child’s character, develop their goals, and progress them through uniquely designed lessons and homework strategies!
Parents can always attend their child’s lessons: to observe the instruction and to discuss concerns or clarify learning processes.
By working together with parents, the CA Academy of Music can maximize children’s abilities!
As a parent we welcome your involvement in your child’s musical journey by:
Believing in your child’s success
Supporting your child through difficulties and challenges
Practicing at home the same strategies that are taught in lessons
Reminding your child of upcoming milestones and tasks
Investing your time in our recitals, musical festivals, and exams
Meet Our Owner
Andrei Panasevich raised in a family of a military musician. At the age of four he was accepted into a music school for musically gifted children, where he began taking piano lessons. Andrei started learning to play the trombone when he was 13 years old. By the age of 14, Andrei was playing the trombone in a brass band and played the piano in a big-band orchestra. At the age of 16, Andrei was accepted into a Music College in Brest, Belarus. He successfully graduated in 1990 as a piano teacher, trombone teacher and as a concert performer. During his time in college Andrei put together a jazz band with his fellow students and led the band for four years. After graduating college, Andrei quickly rose to become the lead trombone in the presidential orchestra of Belarus in the capital city Minsk. At the same time Andrei was regularly performing as part of a stage band in an Opera House in the same city. In the year 1992, Andrei performed in a symphony orchestra as lead trombone and head of the brass section in the orchestra, in a Theatre of Music and Drama in Brest. At the same time in 1994, he was accepted into the University of Minsk for symphony conducting on a long distance study basis and successfully graduated in 1999.
In 2002, Andrei immigrated to Canada and played in several jazz bands such as “Orfei” and “Big City Big-Band”. In 2005, he started working in the Bronte College of Canada, located in Mississauga as the music teacher as well as head of the school jazz band. Andrei is continuing his music career as a concert performer as well as a teacher of piano, brass instruments, music theory and history. He works well with children and adults alike, and his students achieve great success in their studies; completing their RCM examinations and performing in concerts.
Language: English, Russian, Belarus.
concert performer, piano, brass,
music theory teacher.
October 26, 27 - Open Recitals
December 15, 22 - Christmas Recitals
February 23 - Chartwell Regency Retirement Residence
March 8 - Spring Festival
May 5 - Mothers Day Recital
June 30 - Year End Online Recital
October 21 - Open Recital
December 9 - Christmas Recitals
December 15 - NetSoft College Grad Annual Event
March 7 - Chartwell Retirement Residence Recital
May 5 - Mothers Day Recital
June 23 - The Year-End Recitals