Whether following the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) program*, or simply studying classical music without the pressures of formal examination, our dynamic teaching methods help students quickly achieve a comfortable technical proficiency. Our primary focus lies in connecting a student with the instrument of choice, improving concentration, and promoting both discipline and respect for the art of performing.
In addition to extensive work on technique, students cover a wide variety of repertoire, from Baroque to Contemporary. As each genre requires a specific approach, our curriculum is uniquely designed to guide students through the intricacies of each musical period while enhancing their ability to perform pieces with technical ease, expressiveness and strong musical comprehension.
*NOTE TO ALL RCM PROGRAM STUDENTS:
There is a recommended solfege co-requisite for all students preparing for RCM
exams, covering the areas of ear-training, sight reading, sight singing and
music rudiments. This is an often overlooked aspect of development,
but is an integral part of RCM examination process. Please refer
to the THEORY section of the website for more information.