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CA School of MUSIC in Mississauga is pleased to offer professional private piano lessons in Mississauga and Etobicoke

for any sort of student – from advanced students to beginners, and from children to seniors.

During CA piano lessons students will be under the tutelage of piano instructors with university degrees in music who have had concert and teaching experience in Europe and Canada since 1992.

All CA Academy of MUSIC teachers have very warm and welcoming personality.

Each of us has an individual teaching style and we create a unique approach to each student.

CA Academy of MUSIC offers piano lessons for fun, preparation for RCM exams (All levels), concerts and competitions.

Our students have an opportunity to participate in recitals during the school year

Whether you are taking piano lessons with a view towards upgrading your RCM level or looking to learn piano for fun, we can guide you at every step of the way. CA Mississauga and Etobicoke music schools are designed to adapt to your needs and goals. We tailor our piano classes to your musical interests, whether you are into classical, pop, jazz, religious, etc.

 

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Pianos and piano-like instruments have been instruments of choice for both composers and musicians alike for centuries and there are good reasons for this. A piano will enable its player to play baselines, harmonies and melodies all at the same time. Knowing how to play piano is like having the power of an orchestra at one’s fingertips.

Our School of Music CA Academy of Music offers piano lessons in Mississauga/Etobicoke for children from the age of four. Lessons take place in our Mississauga Music School in a private studio one on one with a piano instructor. Parents are welcome to attend the piano lessons, especially for the younger students.

 

CA Academy of Music students have an opportunity to participate in recitals during the school year. CA Academy of Music recitals allow students to become more comfortable with playing in front of others and develop performance skills.

CA Academy of Music piano curricula cover the following subjects:

  • Note reading and recognition

  • Counting, rhythm reading and recognition

  • Technique (drills, scales)

  • Sight Reading

  • Rudiments of Theory

  • Memorization

  • Ear training

  • Ensemble playing 

  • Improvisation

How long should my piano lesson be?

CA Academy of Music offers 20 mins, 30 mins, 45 mins, 60 mins and 90 mins. piano lessons in Mississauga and Etobicoke to accommodate the needs of students of all levels and ages. 

Our CA School of Music in Mississauga recommend:

  • 20 mins. lesson - Kids 3-5 y.o.

  • 30 mins. lesson -  Beginners / Seniors students

  • 45 mins. lesson -  RCM Students (level 1 - 4)

  • 1    hour lesson -  RCM Students (level 5 - 8) / Adults students

  • 1,5 hour lesson -  RCM Students (level 9 - Artist)

2018-19 School Year Student Achievements:

Congratulations to our  Scholarship winners!

Leah Panasevich   

(Rotary Burlington Music Festival; 

Peel Music Festival)

 

Sofia Sushko

(Peel Music Festival)

Rotary Burlington Music Festival  Winners: 

Leah Panasevich  FIRST Place, Piano, L3, list A

                                FIRST Place, Piano, L3, list C

                                FIRST Place, Piano, L.3, Canadian Composer

Peel Music Festival Winners:

Leah Panasevich  FIRST Place, Piano, L4, list A                                     

                                SECOND Place, Piano, L4, list C

Sofia Sushko        FIRST Place, Piano, L4, Etude

                               THIRD Place, Piano, L4, list A

Andy Tran            SECOND Place, Piano, L5, Etude

                               THIRD Place, Piano, L5, list B                

                               THIRD Place, Piano, L5, list C

Xuewen Feng      SECOND Place, Piano, L6, Etude

Katerina Tran      SECOND Place, Piano, L8, list C

Julia Lazovsky    THIRD Place, Piano, L4, list C

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Learning An Instrument Can Give Your Brain A Boost

Learning a musical instrument is not only fun, relaxing, and aesthetically saisfying – it can also provide a boost to your (or your child’s) brain! Studies performed in the field of neuroscience on the effects of musical training on the brain demonstrate that learning a musical instrument can greatly improve one’s mental ability. Musicians’ brains tend to be larger and more well connected than their non-musician counterparts. These structural differences give the musician an edge when it comes to “verbal memory, spatial reasoning, and literacy skills”. 

Musical training for children in particular can lead to long term cognitive gains. One study by White-Schwoch et al. showed that older adults who took part in as little as three years of musical training as children were able to process speech better than adults who never had any formal musical training. 

Another study conducted by the German Institute For Economic Research shows that children who have musical training “have better cognitive skills and school grades and are more conscientious, open and ambitious.” 

While musical training can provide a big boost to the adult and child’s brain, it takes more than just listening to music to achieve that effect! The so-called “Mozart effect” - the theory that merely listening to classical music can make you smarter – has been debunked. The brain boosting effects of music can only be had through the challenging but pleasant process that is learning an instrument.

Sources

Costandi, Mo. "Want to 'train Your Brain'? Forget Apps, Learn a Musical Instrument." The Guardian. 

Guardian News and Media, 24 Oct. 2016. Web.

 Hille, Adrian, and Jjrgen Schupp. "How Learning a Musical Instrument Affects the Development of 

Skills." SSRN Electronic Journal (2013): n. pag. Web. 

Locker, Melissa. "Music Can Alter Your Child's Brain." Time. Time, 16 Dec. 2014. Web.

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Music  Lessons  for All Ages

We Help Your Talent Grow!

From Beginners  to Advanced

905-499-0094       647-823-9993

The Address: 

3045 Southcreek Rd, Unit 17,

SOUTHCREEK BUSINESS PARK

Mississauga, ON, L4X 1M3

Opening Hours

Tuesday - Friday    4:00 p.m. -  9:00 p.m.

Saturday                  9:00 a.m. -  5:00 p.m.

Call now for a first FREE lesson! 

905-499-0094 

647-823-9993

All teachers are qualified to prepare students for all levels of the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) examinations.

CA School of MUSIC in Mississauga offers professional Music Lessons for all ages in Mississauga and Etobicoke.

We offer: Piano lessons, Guitar lessons, Drum lessons, Vocal lessons, Saxophone Lessons, Trombone  lessons, Trumpet lessons, 

Pan-Flute lessons, Ear Training & Theory of Music Lessons, Keyboard lessons in Mississauga and Etobicoke.