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  • Which instruments do you teach?
    We have a large selection of teachers skilled is various instruments. We currently offer lessons in the following: Guitar Drums Piano Vocals Violin Ukulele Saxophone
  • Do you provide instruments?
    Students will need to have their own instruments in order to practice in between their lessons. Instructors for any string or brass instruments will bring their own instruments to the lessons (Drum instructors will bring their own sticks), however, the student will need to have one as well.
  • What location/geographies does Stay At Home Music serve? What is your service area?
    Stay At Home Music serves the following Toronto area: Leslie (east), Dufferin (west), Bloor (south) and Elgin Mills (north). Please reach out to us if you have any questions.
  • How long is each lesson?
    Lessons can vary in length and at SAHM we can accommodate any lesson length you might be looking for. If lessons are split between siblings, we have discounted rates for those lessons as well.
  • After how many lessons can I expect fluency?
    This really depends on the student, and how much they practice in between lessons. All SAHM instructors are professionals and will provide the tools and guidance for their students to take their skills as far as they would like. A regular practice schedule will mean greater and faster results!
  • What happens if a lesson needs to be cancelled?
    We ask that you give your instructor 24hrs notice for any cancellations, and we will do our best to try to arrange a make up class. However, if this isn’t possible due to conflicting schedules between the family/instructor, the class will not be billed. If there is an emergency the day of the lesson, please let us know and we will work it out in a fair manner. We try to be as understanding as possible in these situations.
  • How experienced are your instructors?
    At SAHM, our instructors are where we shine, and they are the reason we have been able to continue to grow since we opened our doors in 2002. Our instructors have degrees in music from various College/University music programs, and the few who don’t, have impressive resumes as professional musicians. Most importantly, our all have multiple years of teaching experience and understand what it means to be a ‘teacher’ and not just a ‘player. They are patient, talented and fun, and have the tools to explain concepts in a way that is easy for their students to understand. They are passionate musicians who really care about their students and seeing them succeed in their chosen instruments. No two students learn exactly the same way, and at SAHM, we pride ourselves in figuring out the best way to teach each individual student.
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