Looking For The Best Piano Lessons in Mississauga? Take a look at what we can offer.

From $32 for a Private Piano Lesson

🎼 Our Piano Programs

You can start our piano lessons in Mississauga from the age of 5. We also have programs for adult beginners.

✓ We Create Piano Lessons Your Kids Will Love!

Our team of outstanding pianists and piano teachers offers qualified and individual piano lessons for children, teenagers, and adults. Our main goal is to help our students enjoy learning music. Our teachers try to make learning piano fun and inspiring.

🏆 Award-Winning Students (RCM & Piano Festivals)

We are known for our National and Provincial RCM winners, Scholarships, and Trophies.

Our piano lessons in Mississauga are designed for complete beginners and also for students who are looking to participate and get ready for exams and festivals.

Participating in music competitions, festivals, and RCM Examinations is optional but is encouraged to build confidence for our students.

✓ 2 Recitals per School Year

All of our students are welcome to participate in our school recitals. We organize them twice a year. Everyone can participate and show what they have learned. It is a good chance to play in front of parents and guests. Opportunity to get the experience of playing on a big stage.

🕘School Hours

  • Monday-Friday 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM
  • Saturday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

🖊️How to sign up for Piano Lessons in Mississauga

Use the online form, give us a call at (905) 567-9070, or send us an e-mail at ontariomusicschool@yahoo.ca

Most Common Questions About Piano Classes

How many piano lessons does a beginner need?

The number of piano lessons a beginner needs depends on several factors, including the individual’s learning style, musical background, and goals. However, in general, beginners should plan to take regular piano lessons for at least a few months before expecting to see significant progress.

Ideally, beginners should aim to take weekly lessons with a qualified piano teacher for at least six months to a year. This will provide them with a solid foundation in basic piano technique, music theory, and sight-reading. However, the exact number of lessons required will depend on the individual’s progress and goals.

Additionally, practice is an essential component of learning to play the piano. Beginners should aim to practice at least 30 minutes per day, five days per week, to reinforce what they are learning in their lessons and to build muscle memory and finger dexterity.

In summary, the number of piano lessons a beginner needs will vary based on their individual progress and goals. However, regular weekly lessons for at least six months to a year, along with the consistent practice, are recommended to establish a solid foundation in piano technique and music theory.

What is the best age to start piano lessons?

There is no specific “best” age to start piano lessons, as it depends on the individual child or adult’s level of interest, attention span, and maturity. Most children are typically ready to start piano lessons between the ages of 6 and 9, but some may be ready as early as age 4 or 5. Adults can start at any age depending on their interests and availability. It’s important to keep in mind that younger children may require more patience and encouragement, while older beginners may have more developed fine motor skills and better focus. Ultimately, the key factor in determining the best age to start piano lessons is the individual’s readiness and willingness to learn.

Is 30 minutes of piano lesson enough?

The length of a piano lesson depends on the student’s age, skill level, and attention span. For young beginners, 30 minutes may be sufficient as they may not have the stamina and focus for longer lessons. However, as a student progresses and their skills develop, longer lessons may be necessary to cover more advanced topics and techniques. Adults may also benefit from longer lessons as they tend to have longer attention spans and may want to cover more material in each lesson. In general, 30 minutes is a good starting point for beginners, but it’s important to discuss with the teacher and adjust the lesson length as necessary to meet the student’s needs and goals.