Classical Piano Lessons
On this page we have prepared you a list of piano teachers who teach Classical Piano Lessons and accept new students. Please choose one that you like and click on a selected piano teacher to see more details about it, and on that page if you have any question, you can always contact that teacher directly with the help of a contact form on the public piano teacher profile page, once you do that, please give 1 day for a teacher to reply to your message.
Brad Dean Alexander is pianist/singer/songwriter based in Toronto. After over a decade of working as the piano man on cruise ships he is doing shows in Toronto, and live on Facebook every Wednesday night at 7pm EST. Available for virtual shows as well!
I guess you'll agree with me that being able to play amazing piano anytime, anywhere, even without a prepared piece, is downright FUN! This is the mark of a play-by-ear musician.
Hi. I am Anton R. Tajanlangit, founder of the Canadian Piano Society and music teacher for more than 30 years now. I'm offering to teach you, aside from also reading notes, how to be proficient in playing the piano by ear. I have a teaching studio at Wilson and Bathurst in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, called the 88 Piano Keys Music Studio. My method cannot be found anywhere else, even on the web. If it works for me, then it should work for you, too!
Watch some of my videos on my Youtube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/CanadianTonality and also, listen to me play on my website, https://antonality.com.
All of these pieces were played without sheet music!
I teach one-on-one, whether you're a beginner or an advanced student. There are just a few more spots left, so grab them now before they’re all gone! Lessons start at $25.
Call me at (647) 518-9965 for more information, or email me at any of these addresses:
See you soon!
Colleen Branson, ARCT, BM, RMT
Colleen Branson has been teaching piano and theory for 36 years, 25+ of those in the Newton area of Surrey, B.C.
Mrs. Branson teaches piano students from age 4 to infinity. It's never too late to start learning the language and joy of music.
Private lessons give a well rounded approach to learning and incorporate theory, ear training, improvisation, and repertoire in a variety of styles, from the many facets of classical and popular.