169 Enterprise Blvd, 3rd floor, Markham, ON L6G 0A2 | 416-224-5590
Mon-Thurs: 12-9 | Fri: 12-8:30 | Sat & Sun: 9-6

NEW LOCATION IS OPEN

169 Enterprise Blvd (3rd floor)
Markham, ON
(416) 224-5590
school@yamaha.ca

Registration

Early registration is encouraged to secure a space in your choice of class, day, and time.

Music Groups

Ukulele Course (6 & up)

Ukulele Course (6 & up)

Back by popular demand! Learn to play and sing your favorite songs! Ukulele classes at Yamaha offer a great opportunity to develop musicianship...

Apple Course (age 2)

Apple Course (age 2)

  Two-year-olds are filled with raw creativity and are without inhibitions, approaching everything with passion and curiosity. When given the...

Music Wonderland (ages 3 to 4)

Music Wonderland (ages 3 to 4)

Music Wonderland is designed to provide children with an introduction to music in a positive and enjoyable atmosphere. Together with their...

Junior Music Course (ages 4 to 5)

Junior Music Course (ages 4 to 5)

Early childhood is the ideal time to start music lessons. At this age, the ear is at its peak of sensitivity. Learning music is as natural as...

Young Musicians Course (ages 6 to 8)

Young Musicians Course (ages 6 to 8)

The Young Musicians Course is a great way for children to begin a lifetime enjoyment of music.  The three-year curriculum develops musicianship...

Piano Club (ages 8 to 10)

Piano Club (ages 8 to 10)

Piano Club is a two-year program designed to teach beginning students, aged 8 to 10, how to play and enjoy a wide variety of piano styles.  Basic...

Keyboard Club (ages 11 & up)

Keyboard Club (ages 11 & up)

Keyboard Club is the fun way to learn more about keyboards. This two-year program for beginners is designed to teach you about today’s electronic...

Private Lessons

Yamaha Music School offers private lessons to students with previous musical experience or graduates of group programs only.

Popular Music Courses

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Guitar Course (ages 7 to adult)

Chording, soloing and band playing, all taught in a group setting – the best way to learn guitar. The course covers many styles, note and...

Voice Course (ages 8 to adult)

Learn healthy breathing and vocal techniques in a variety of styles, such as popular, rock, classical, musical theatre, jazz, or folk. Improvise...

Drum Course (ages 10 to adult)

One of the most popular Yamaha courses worldwide, this group course teaches not only kit playing, but proper technique and reading skills. The...

Violin Course (ages 7 to adult)

Students are grouped according to age and experience level. A well-organized curriculum and motivating software accompaniments make the early...

Cello Course (ages 8 to adult)

Both group and private lessons are available. Students learn the correct way to hold and play the instrument, as well as a firm grounding in...

Flute and Saxophone Courses (ages 8 to adult)

Yamaha’s flute and saxophone classes feature great repertoire, motivating accompaniment and practical exercises that make learning woodwinds more...

Yamaha Music School

Innovative music lessons and classes from beginner through advanced for children, teens, and adults.

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Testimonials

As a former Yamaha student currently studying Music and Concurrent Education at Queen’s University, I doubt I’d be here if it weren’t for the solid musical foundation I received from Yamaha. I was involved in Yamaha programs from the ages of 3-16, and the Yamaha teaching method was instrumental in developing my musicianship. In addition, part of what inspired me to go into Concurrent Education was working as a practice coach– it was an amazing experience to get to work with young children and help them learn.

– Pamela L.

Achilles has grown from a little boy who had to climb to the bench to play his piano to a teenager who is composing his own music. Yamaha played a fundamental role in making music a part of his life. As a parent, there are no words to express how much I’ve enjoyed watching him exploring his learning journey under Yamaha’s guidance. I can’t thank the school enough for enriching our lives in such an important and beautiful way.

– Shengnan

Junior Original Concert is the best thing any Yamaha student can have, what a rich performing experience it is for a child in that tender age. We still remember and appreciate all the good things everybody at Yamaha did for us. It was 10 years of fun and excellent learning experience for my daughter; something she’ll remember and cherish for the rest of her life. We still talk about it once in a while and she feels that her ties are still strong with Yamaha as she still goes to the school for lessons every Saturday when she’s not racing as a competitive swimmer.

– Yvonne

Oliver (Manning) has been an incredible instructor and motivates the children beautifully. (My daughter) has learned so much.
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Mr. (George) Heldt is an excellent teacher: patient, friendly, and smart.
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You offer a unique experience with playing ensembles and performing for the class often that private lessons cannot offer. Also, Jeff (Greenway) has taught my daughter how to come up with chords to match a melody.

Very happy with Ms. (Makiko) Mori. She loves children and she is a natural teacher, very passionate about music, too. Very lucky to have her teach (my daughter). We were thinking of switching to private lessons in our home, but will stay on because of Ms. Mori.

Dear Richard (Stewardson), I would like to express my very deepest gratitude for your thoughtfulness and concern teaching David these last few years. He has enjoyed it a lot, and I think you’ve had a very positive influence on him during an important time in his life. I cannot thank you enough for all your help.

Craig: It’s not just about learning to enjoy music, it gives the children the ability to think, finish what they start, and try new things. I can see that at Yamaha, each step they grow, they gain self-confidence and it’s very enjoyable. – excerpt from interview in Torja Magazine, Nov 2011, pg 36.

Akira: We sometimes make our own music pieces and when we have no idea how to do it, our teacher never tells us “do it like this” or gives us the answer. That’s why we have to think of it ourselves and learn ourselves. I have to think really hard and come up with my own music. I really, really have to use my head but I learn a lot of new things so I like it. It’s like a treasure hunt and going on a mission to find it. It makes me happy.