Adult Music Lessons

Piano, Accordion, Guitar, Ukulele, Melodica, Bass, and Vocal

Imagine Playing Whatever Song You Like..
Within Minutes!


Vicki was a schoolteacher who always loved the accordion.  

She took accordion lessons as a kid, but hadn’t touched the instrument much recently.  

She wanted to learn to play songs that she loved for family and friends.



George loved listening to his favourite artists like Elton John and Billy Joel.  

He wanted to learn to play the piano like them, but had never taken a lesson in his life.  

He thought that it would take far too long to sound good. George wasn’t sure if it was worth the time and money to take lessons and learn the piano.

As a music teacher and professional musician, I created a fail-proof lesson program for students like Vicki and George. 

A program where teens and adults are excited and motivated, because they play real songs from Day One!

Using the Easy Ear method that I developed, I make sure that my students start sounding good right away.

From the very first lesson!

After the first month of lessons, you will be able to read sheet music confidently and play your first song from memory.

After the first six months of lessons, you will be able to play along with a backing track and impress your family and friends at a recital.

Meet Ron

Ron played the accordion as a child and wanted to start playing again. Watch my student Ron play “Hej Sokoly”, a Polish folk song on the accordion, that he learnt in only a couple lessons!

Our students include first-time learners, adults who played an instrument as a child, current musicians, and retirees looking for a fulfilling hobby.

Come join the dozens of happy adult students that have learnt music they enjoy - right from the very first lesson!

How can I get started?

  1. Click the button below to send us a message.
  2. Schedule your first intro lesson.
  3. After enjoying the intro lesson, schedule your first month of lessons.
  4. Start developing your Inner Artist on your chosen instrument!


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"David was very patient in answering all of my many queries and suggesting songs  based on my personal interests. He has a very gentle and learned manner in the way he teaches, and as a performer himself was able to provide real-life stories that made you realize you that mistakes can and will happen but to treat them as learning opportunities. Furthermore, because he has a university degrees in music and education, he understands how to get the best out of people while teaching. I enjoyed when he would sometimes play his guitar to accompany my accordion lessons. You got an appreciation for how music is put together and the demands of various musical  instruments. Thanks, David." - Ron

Your Experience at the Studio

Easy Ear Method

You will be able to learn one of your favourite songs right in the very first lesson, using the Easy Ear method I developed… so you won’t be bored with learning endless theory before playing.

Songs at your level

You will receive a customized version of your chosen songs at your level... so you'll be able to play right away.

Impress Your Family and Friends!

Experience the fun of playing along with a pro musician - either with custom-made backing tracks (online lessons) or in person... so you sound like a Pro!

Play Like the Pros

Develop the Pro Attitude: Play real songs right away, Reveal inner motivation from musical interests, Own your repertoire by playing confidently.

Multilingual Lessons

Want to have more opportunity to practise your French or Spanish?  Take your music lesson in French or Spanish with me.

Get Your First Instrument Consult

If you don’t have an instrument at home, I will help you acquire your first instrument.  I will give you the best options and tell you where and what to buy/rent. This will save a lot of time!

Sneak Peek at a Lesson!

Meet Rick.

Rick loves Canadian folk music like Great Big Sea, and Stompin' Tom Connors.  He's always wanted to learn piano but thought traditional piano lessons would be too boring.

Here's part of his second online lesson learning "What Shall We Do With the Drunken Sailor".