Music Lessons & Classes
Specializing in private and group lessons, and classes, we teach piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, violin, viola, cello, string bass, ukulele, drum set, djembe, African Drumming. We are a Music Development Program School in partnership with the Royal Conservatory of Music.
Lessons for everyone
National Conservatory of the Arts offers a wide array of class options for both kids and adults who are looking to broaden their musical talents.
Private music lessons are a type of formal instruction in playing a musical instrument or singing. Typically, a student taking music lessons meets their music teacher for one-on-one training sessions ranging from 30 minutes to 90 minutes in length over a period of weeks, months, and years.
Lesson duration recommendations according to age:
Ages 3.5-5 should take 30-minute lessons
Ages 6 and over should take 45-minute lessons
Ages 6 and over can take up to 60-minute lessons
Ages 12 to adults can take up to 90-minute lessons
Partner or "pod" music classes are private music lessons with only 2 students. Geared for siblings within the same age range, friends, and parent/child combinations, partner classes allow the teacher more freedom to tailor the curriculum to each individual, than what they would have in a full group setting. There isn't a set schedule for partner classes, their times are arranged as private lessons are arranged, at the convenience of the students.
Partner lessons are available in 30-minute, 45-minute, 60-minute, and 90-minute classes.
Group Music Lessons
Group music classes are a type of instruction where students learn music in groups where there at least 3 students but no more than 7. The majority of music learned by students will be the same, and they will often play in unison with each other during class. Students will also learn solo repertoire as well as ensemble music, or music with different parts within the same piece.
All group classes are 45-minutes
All students participate in monthly classes, which focuses on musical development, interpretation, performance, and performance anxiety strategies. Students are coached on solo and ensemble repertoire and learn from observing and participating in the work of fellow students. This class provides a venue for students to perform each month and to discuss the various stylistic periods, genres, and performance practices relevant to their repertoire.
Monthly Masterclasses meet every 4th Friday at 6 pm.
Monthly Masterclasses are included in all tuition plans.
Masterclasses are 75-minutes in duration.
Monthly Note-Reading & Theory Class
Pitch. Rhythm. Scales. Intervals. Chords. Harmony. These are fundamental concepts students need to understand and master music. This is an engaging, hands-on music theory course where students read, write, and truly hear the elements of music like never before. Our Monthly Music Theory Class is an asset to all students of all ages.
All students participate in our Monthly Music Theory Class, which not only focuses on their note-reading skills, but also on other aspects of theory including intervals, scales, chords, music analysis, and the early stages of composition and songwriting.
Supported by class discussions, interactive tools, and personalized feedback, students put these theories into practice every day to further propel their musical development.
Monthly Theory Classes meet every 4th Friday at 5 pm.
Monthly Theory Classes are included in all tuition plans.
Monthly Theory Classes are 45-minutes in duration.
Adult Music Education Institute
The Adult Music Education Initiative aims to support adults who are interested in individual music lessons, ensemble classes, and chamber music classes. Beginners thru professional musicians will find a supportive environment for developing proficiency and confidence on their chosen instrument.
Homeschool Music Programs
Whether you using any of the plethora of homeschool educational philosophies, one thing is clear across any curriculum: music is best taught with a practical hands-on approach. A wonderful way that the National Conservatory of Arts has made it easier to include music in your homeschool studies, is through our Homeschool Music Programs. Our highly distinguished music faculty have earmarked one weekday morning to dedicate to teaching homeschoolers. We offer music classes and lessons, usually on Wednesday mornings, at a discounted tuition rate.
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