Music Lessons in Oakville
We specialize in one on one guitar lessons, bass lessons, drums lessons, piano lessons, keyboard lessons, ukulele lessons and voice lessons at our store location in Oakville. Lessons are $28 per half hour. Please visit our lesson info page for more information about our music lessons and policies. Feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any additional answers.
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Here are the dates that there are no music lessons:
IN-STORE LESSONS START SEPT 14, 2020. We are also are offering video lessons.
COVID - We are open in-store and for e-commerce with FREE DELIVERY* in Oakville, Burlington, Waterdown and Hamilton. We also can provide curbside pickup.
Christmas Break: There are no lessons from December 24 to January 1, 2021. The store will be open for reduced hours. Lessons resume on Saturday January 2, 2021.
Family Day: There are no lessons Monday February 15, 2021 and the store will be closed.
March Break: There are no lessons from Monday February 14 to Saturday February 20, 2021. The store will be open for reduced hours.
Good Friday: There are no lessons Friday April 2, 2021 and the store will be closed. There will be lessons on Monday April 5, 2021.
Victoria Day: There are no lessons Monday May 24, 2021 and the store will be closed.
Here are some comments we've received about our music lesson program:
I just want to take a moment to let you know how much our son, Ben, enjoyed the Summer Rock Camp.
His instructor was Mike Almas who was just fantastic with the kids and really pushed them to take some chances and grow musically. Ben really benefitted from Mike's instruction and encouragement.
The Moonshine Cafe concert on Sunday was a delight. Both groups were so entertaining and it was impressive to see how much they learned in just a week. We really appreciated the timing of the concert on Sunday - it meant that the extended family was able to attend and enjoy the performances.
The Moonshine Café hosts a two hour stage on the Sunday afternoon every year at Winterfolk www.winterfolk.com at which we showcase deserving artists that play here.
We rent a bus and go en masse.. There are about 120 seats in the room where we play. This year every seat was full... Plus more standing.
THE ABSOLUTE HIGHLIGHT OF THE DAY were the three young people that I had picked from the Gear Music Youth Jam.. They played three songs each.
Tyson Kramer, Emily Hoppe and Meghan Boni.. All 14-16 years old.
They performed like they’d been doing it forever. Emily got a standing ovation for her rendition of Hallelujah.
Tyson did LET IT BE, IMAGINE and Dan Folgelbergs LEADER OF THE BAND flawlessly and his vocals soared.
Meghan lit the crowd up and James MacKay joined her on mandolin. She then joined me and my cronies on banjo for the finale.
Tyson and Meghan came back to The Moonshine for the night and jammed with everyone till midnight!!!
MY POINT: These kids performed here in front of people on a stage for the first time no more than three month’s ago.
KUDO’S to you guys for encouraging them, the result is beyond inspiring to us all.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR DEDICATION TO THESE WONDERFUL YOUNG PEOPLE!!!!!
John Marlatt & Jane MacKay
The Moonshine Café