Niagara School of Music is the Premier guitar lessons program in the Niagara region!
What styles of guitar do you teach?
We teach all styles, from rock, pop, jazz, folk and blues to metal and country guitar – on electric and acoustic guitars.
How qualified are your guitar instructors?
Our guitar and music instructors have received their education from prestigious institutions such as Eastman School of Music, New York, Berkley, Humber, and Mohawk as well as bringing over 35 years of professional performance and teaching experience to your lessons.
What will I learn from guitar lessons at Niagara School of Music?
Beginner guitar students can expect to work on chords, simple songs and melodies, sight reading and theory. Our instructors balance musicianship and fun by making sure that each lesson presents a new technical challenges or theory concept, and ends with something fun, such as your favorite riff or song. We use a variety of guitar method books, and encourage students to bring their smartphone or CDs to their lesson to learn their favorite tunes.
What’s the #1 reason to study guitar at Niagara School of Music?
Our guitar instructors are warm and friendly, and get to know each student and parent on a personal level. We work with you to craft a lesson plan that fits your individual needs and the student’s favorite type of music. Whether you’re playing in local bands, a seven-year-old taking their first lesson, or a fifty-year-old returning to the guitar after many years, we’ll set goals to achieve your musical aspirations.
6-years-old and up
Ages 6 to 8, and 9 and up
$22 per half hour
$20 per person for two students for 30 minutes
$18 per person for three to six students for 45 minutes
Private, semi-private and group lessons are available six days a week, and scheduled once a week. A one-time registration fee of $30 is applicable.
Interested in a different instrument?
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.