Are you looking for music lessons Edmonton? Do you want to explore the world of music studies and everything there is to know about becoming a great musician?

The city of Edmonton, the capital of Alberta is full of great music schools that offer classes in a wide range of musical subjects and instruments.

If you want to learn more about the different instruments you can play and how you can connect with a private tutor through Superprof, keep reading!

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Musical Instruments You Can Learn

Have you always wanted to learn a musical instrument? There are many benefits to learning to play an instrument. Studies have shown that learning a musical instrument can do everything from help relieve stress, to developing incredibly complex motor skills. Learning an instrument can even make your brain bigger.

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What instrument do you want to learn as part of your music studies? Source: Pexels.

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If this has been on your mind for quite a while and you want to start with an instrument that is both exciting and apt for beginners, check out some of the instruments below:

  • Guitar: The guitar is a great choice of instrument for beginners. It comes in a variety of sizes and styles. Generally, classical guitars are the best choice for beginners, especially those of a younger age, but there are other great choices depending on what style of music the student is looking to play. The basic technique of the guitar is fairly easy to pick up and those that go on to master it can easily switch to other guitar style instruments such as the ukulele and bass.
  • Percussion Instruments: Percussion instruments are much easier to master and have an organic, primitive feel to them. They are the best instrument to learn if you lack the confidence to learn a tuned instrument. If you do decide to learn a percussion instrument, you might decide to learn to play several rather than just one. They are the easiest instruments to learn.
  • Keyboard: the keyboard is very easy to start learning, and it is an excellent way for students to learn the basics of music theory. While learning the keyboard, a student will understand how to read sheet music, turn notes into chords, develop an understanding of harmonies and learn how to play something by ear. Learning the keyboard also makes it much easier to learn other musical instruments and will develop a good sense of hand-eye coordination.
  • Ukulele: This instrument is a great choice for beginners. It looks like a mini-guitar with four nylon strings, which are super easy to press and play. You can master playing several cords within a short duration, and even acquaint yourself with a few songs.
  • Violin: the violin is available in a variety of sizes from full size 4/4 right down to 1/16, with the latter suitable for learners as young as 3 years of age. Beginners will be able to produce a good sound on the violin in little time, however fully mastering the instrument will take more time, hard work, and practice.
  • Tambourine: the tambourine is a very simple but effective percussion instrument. There are many variations in the style of tambourine you can choose. Some are all metal, some are wooden with animal skin, and so on. They all have “jingles” - small cymbals built into the side - but the number of cymbals varies. It is one of the easiest instruments to learn.
  • Harmonica: the harmonica was most notably associated with bluegrass and blues, but today harmonica can be heard in just about any kind of music. Harmonicas are easy to learn instruments because the main principles of how they work can be learned in just a few hours. After that, it’s all about practice.
  • Cello: this instrument is larger than the violin and is well known for its ability to produce emotional and melancholic sounds. It can be combined with violas and violins to generate trios or quartets. Beginners will be able to pick up the technique and produce a good sound in little time, and just like the violin the cello is always in high demand in orchestras and music groups.
  • Recorder: the best thing about the recorder is it doesn’t take a lot of breath to get a sound out of it. There are different recorders that play at different pitches: soprano, alto and tenor, each one progressively larger than the last. Once you can play one of them, you can play them all. The larger the recorder, the lower and richer the sound. Recorders can be made of plastic or wood.
  • Drums: Thanks to their ability to produce rhythm-rich sound, all other musical instruments draw their tempo from drums. But like all musical instruments, you need to be extra careful to avoid common mistakes that beginners make while starting.

Which instrument do you want to play? If you have already set your eye on a particular instrument, keep reading to find the different music schools available in the Edmonton area so you can start perfecting your musical skills.

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Music Lessons Edmonton

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Whether you are interested in a classical music approach, are looking to learn more about electronic music and how to become a DJ or even if you want to dive into the musical theatre world, the city of Edmonton has a wide offer of schools with music lessons that could adapt to your needs. Find below a list of some of the music schools in Edmonton:

  • Resonate Music School & Studio: they have a membership program that allows students to learn on a flexible schedule. The membership includes free recording studio time, a secured time slot for lessons, unlimited make-up lessons, and a membership welcome package. They offer private and group music lessons for those who prefer not to hold a membership. They have Voice Lessons, Piano Lessons, Guitar Lessons, Bass Lessons, Drum Lessons, Violin Lessons, Digital Music Production Lessons, Songwriting Lessons, Ukulele Lessons, Cello Lessons, Viola Lessons, Music Theory Lessons and Harmonica Lessons. You can find them at 13222 137 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T5L 4Z6.
  • Visionary Centre for the Performing Arts: this school is aimed for students who are interested in musical theatre. Their Acting & Musical Theatre program is a one-year intensive program that will hone your skills in dancing, acting, and music. They also have private and group music lessons in Edmonton. You can enroll in their voice, piano, violin, cello, and guitar programs, among others. You can find them at 2804 Calgary Trail NW, Edmonton, AB T6J 7B5.
  • Night Vision Music Academy: this is Edmonton’s only dedicated electronic music production and DJ school. Their lessons include the equipment needed, songs and presets. You can find them at 11231 Jasper Ave NW, Edmonton, AB, T5K 0L5, Canada.
  • Society For Talent Education: The Society for Talent Education is a non-profit society offering Suzuki Method instruction to around 200 students in violin, viola, cello and bass. They believe that through the teaching of music, using the method developed by Dr. Shinichi Suzuki, all children can develop sensitivity and discipline, become good citizens and fulfill their potential as human beings. Some of their upper intermediate and senior students participate in the Edmonton Youth Orchestra. They offer both private and group lessons and you can find them at 5540 106 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6A 1G3.
  • Edmonton Academy of Music: this school has various programs that can be adapted to each student. Their first program is called “Explore” and it is meant for beginners. It is meant to help students find the right instrument to play and focus on. Their second program is called “Discover”. This 10 month program is aimed at perfecting students’ skills and prepare them for performance. Lastly, the “Adventure” program aims to further sharpen the students’ skills so they can turn their hobby into their craft. They can be found at 11827 40 Avenue NW, Edmonton, AB T6J 0R8.
  • Dominelli School of Music: The Dominelli School of Music offers not only private and group music lessons but also specialized courses for students with disabilities. They also have a professional recording studio that musicians, sound engineers, and producers can rent at an hourly rate. You can find them at Suite 208, 16733 84 Street NW #205, Edmonton, AB T5Z 0P9.

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Music Tutors in Edmonton with Superprof

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Do you want someone to teach you online piano in private lessons? If you are looking to take your music studies one step further and practice your skills with a private tutor, you have come to the right place.

Superprof has a wide network of private music teachers all over Canada and Edmonton that can help you become the musician you've always dreamed of being.

We have more than 50 music tutors in Edmonton who charge an average hourly rate of $31 dollars.

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