Lessons are available in voice, piano, music theory. Piano students typically require a 30 minute lesson weekly. Length of lessons for voice and theory students are based on the individual, and will be assessed in the first two lessons.
30-minute lesson: $25
60-minute lesson: $50
6 weeks, 30- minute lessons: $150
6 weeks, 1 hour lessons: $300
Payment can be made by either cash or cheque. Cheques should be made out to the Mississauga Children's Choir. Payment is due at the beginning of each six-week session.
Missed Lesson Policy
Please provide a minimum of 24 hours notice if you need to cancel a lesson. Emergencies arise, so the first two times you do not provide 24 hours notice you will not be charges for the lessons. After this, payment will be required for any lessons missed without 24 hours notice given.
About the Instructors
Ms. Kimberley-Rose started singing and piano lessons at the age of seven. Although her background is mostly in classical music and opera, she has performed musical theatre and choral music. Kimberley has prepared students for RCM exams, Rotary festival competitions and auditions for Cawthra Park and Iona Catholic schools regional arts programs. Kimberley graduated from the prestigious Glenn Gould School of The Royal Conservatory in Toronto with a bachelor in voice performance. Kimberley is an active performer in the GTA having performed with The Mississauga Symphony, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Vera Causa Opera and many more.
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With Kimberley at Westminster United Church (4094 Tomken Rd) before 4:30PM or after 7:30PM.
With Kimberley at Westminster United Church (4094 Tomken Rd) after 7:30PM.
With Emily at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Port Credit (24 Stavebank Rd) before 6:30PM or after 7:45PM.
Ms. Emily Daquano is a current MA candidate studying Community Music at Wilfrid Laurier University. She completed her Bachelor of Music Education in Voice at Laurier in 2014, and completed her Bachelor of Education at the University of Toronto in 2015. Emily is the founder and facilitator of the adult Port Credit Glee in Mississauga, and maintains a private voice, theory and piano studio in her home in Georgetown. She has directed, choreographed and stage managed many children's theatre shows at the Living Arts Centre's Bravo Broadway program. Emily is also an avid performer with various community theatre groups. Please visit www.emilyyoungmusic.com for more information!