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Music Instruction from Kennedy Piano Studio, Piano Teacher Scarborough Ontario

By: Kennedy Piano Studio, Piano Teacher Scarborough Ontario  07-07-2016
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Kennedy Piano Studio offers private and group music lessons tailored to specific student abilities and tastes. A variety of programs helps you select the one that is right just for you: playing by ear, improvising, developing strong sight-reading skills, or recreational music making. Our professionalism and attention helps to turn piano lessons into an exciting work-entertainment. Students of Kennedy Piano Studio range from 4 year old to senior and from beginner to advanced. Our students have performed in competitions, music festivals and recitals around GTA, and completed Royal Conservatory of Music and Conservatory Canada Classical Piano Program and Contemporary Idioms Piano Program, ABRSM: the exam board of the Royal Schools of Music exams with high honours. Instructions can also be given in French or Russian.

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