We’re having FREE Preview Classes for our group programs in August! Preview classes include:
Apple for two’s
Music Wonderland for 3’s and 4’s (Age 3 by September)
Junior Music for 4’s and 5’s (Age 4 by September)
Young Musicians Course for 6-8’s (Age 6 by September)
Music Friends Course for grade 3 to 5
We’re also offering free “Meet & Greet” sessions for ages 11 to seniors who are interested in our private lessons, for any instrument.
Choose our Welland or Niagara Falls campuses. Click the button below to register!
Niagara School of Music is the Niagara Region’s Premier Choice for Group Music and Private Lessons
Niagara School of Music is your first choice for quality music lessons in the region. With first class teachers our school offers group lessons for children ages 2 to 11, and private and semi-private lessons for children ages 6 and up, as well as seniors. Whatever instrument you or your child wish to play, odds are we teach it: Bass, electric and acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Piano, Ukulele and Voice.
Niagara School of Music has been given the 2021 Platinum Award for Music Schools in the Niagara Region by Community Votes Niagara!
Best Music School in Niagara Region
Semi-Private and Group Lessons
You already know that we have private music lessons at Niagara School of Music but did you know we also offer semi-private and group lessons?
Learning with a friend or in a group provides a fun environment which enhances the student’s ear, rhythm and so much more!
You can take lessons with your friends in a group of two or more or play together in a band format.
Prices for semi-private group lessons are $20 per person for a group of two students for 30 minutes. For a group of three to six students the price is $18 per person for a 45 minute lesson.
If you’d like more information about Semi-Private and Group Lessons contact us today!
We teach Bass, Guitar, Mandolin, Piano, Ukulele and Voice Lessons
Ready to start? You have nothing to lose.
Registration is easy and parent-friendly and because we only offer lessons on a month-to-month basis, there are no large upfront payments, no complicated contracts, no annual material or performance fees, and no semester minimums.