Oakville Music LessonsKlaudia’s Music Studio in Oakville

 

Established in 2002, Klaudia’s Music Studio, offers the best in quality, professional music lessons in Oakville. The studio adopts a philosophy that music education should be a positive, creative experience, along with steady progress and lots of fun for its students! The studio offers lessons on piano, violin, celtic fiddle, viola, guitar, drums, cello, double bass, voice, harp, clarinet, flute, saxophone, fife and music theory. Teachers of Klaudia’s Music Studio, trained in music education and experienced in performance, are skillful at adapting their teaching approach to suit the individual student’s learning style. Children and adults alike follow their personal goal of achievement. Bi-annual recitals are the highlight of the studio offerings.


We will be happy to accept students as young as 3.5 years old, preferably 5 and up, as well as older students, advanced or adult students for private music lessons.

If you decide to make music part of your life, we are here to provide the best in quality musical instructions in town. We are ready when you are!

It is essential that quality tutoring begin with proper posture. This aspect is so crucial, for playing on any instrument regardless of the method employed. Great results are directly linked to a proper line-up/instrument holding/positioning. If we do not emphasize this technical aspect of learning enough, it often leads to deeper problems later, resulting in a stagnation of musical development. Correction in posture is not always successful when caught late in the teaching cycle.

Reading music is an essential part of the study right from the beginning. Klaudia’s Music Studio introduces note reading even to very young. The concept is easily grasped and gives students confidence to be independent in playing.

Our approach is to integrate the reading of notes with the discovery of the melody. Musicality is one of the most important aspects of learning music, as there is much more to it than just playing the notes. There is a countless range of dynamics, expressions, moods, periods, styles, techniques, and so on. Music cannot be imposed, cannot be forced on to – it needs to come from one’s heart.

The studio encourages daily home practicing from its students. Parents of young children: we encourage you to remind your children to practice, devote a part of your day to this task and sit with your children when they require support. A receptive audience is often all that is required to encourage a child to practice. Both teachers and parents as role models have an important part in a child’s advancement and only when sufficient effort is put in, will we see great results. Adult students should also devote time to home practicing to progress in their musical development. The home practice gives teachers important weekly feedback and guides both student and teacher to produce a more customized learning routine.