Calgary’s Finest Piano Lessons

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Love to Make Music.

Experience the diversity of piano with Imagine Music. We pair students of all ages with passionate and inspiring teachers to help them achieve their goals. From classic to contemporary, and everything in between, you’ll learn and love the piano’s vast musical range with our piano lessons in Calgary.

Make Music You Love
Conservatory Canada
Learn classical and contemporary music according to the Conservatory Canada syllabi and participate in exams and evaluations.
The Royal Conservatory
Learn proper techniques and complete each level of the classical piano syllabus from one of the world’s largest and most respected music education institutions.
Contemporary / Pop
Thrive in your music education as you practice various contemporary genres, such as rock and country. Play everything from Elton John to Bruno Mars to Disney to show tunes.
Choose Your Own Style
Play what you love! Our Calgary piano teachers will encourage you to play the music you love from any genre!
Classical
An essential role in any player’s repertoire, classical music will widen your knowledge of different music genres. Learn Bach to Schubert.
Jazz
Feel the flow of swing or embrace the blues with the combined melodic and harmonic capabilities of jazz piano.
Your Lessons. Your Way.

Learn the music you want with Imagine Music. Our focus is on creating a positive experience where students can practice and grow their musical skills, learning vital piano components such as sound, melody, rhythm and song structure. Our private piano lessons in Calgary are designed to teach and mentor lifelong skills and the love of playing music.

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What’s Your Experience?

Piano Lesson Options

Imagine Music

Tailored Piano Lessons in Calgary

Professional teachers with a range of experience
Regular lessons & flexible lesson options
Tailored lessons based on student goals & abilities
We make playing music an enjoyable experience for all
Instructors are enthusiastic, approachable, & influential
Teach lifelong skills & offer musical mentorship
Professional teachers with a range of experience
Regular lessons & flexible lesson options
Tailored lessons based on student goals & abilities
We make playing music an enjoyable experience for all
Instructors are enthusiastic, approachable, & influential
Teach lifelong skills & offer musical mentorship
What People Are Saying
"I am LOVING this 😊. I’m sure if someone was to sneak downstairs while I’m playing (practicing) to my favourite tunes…they’d see me there with a huge smile. Peter is a great teacher and I’m enjoying learning."
Lana C
"It has been a pleasure to have Yoanna introduce piano to Becky & Mustafa introduce guitar to Rachel and making this a very positive experience for both of them."
Ruby
"Imagine Music is top notch! My daughter’s piano ability has sky rocketed since Jennifer became her teacher. She teaches her in a fun and supportive way. I highly recommend Imagine Music."
Kim
"I took voice lessons through Imagine Music Inc. for several years. I always had incredible instructors who challenged me and allowed me to grow as a vocalist. My time with Imagine Music gave me the confidence and skills to perform in various musical theatre productions and as an anthem singer for sporting events."
Amelia
"Jennifer has been exceptional at guiding me to work on piano pieces, theory, and technical work that are at exactly the right level. I always leave my lesson feeling encouraged and energized! Many thanks!"
Arlene
Frequently Asked Questions

This will vary from child to child, depending on their ability. On average, though, most children are ready to play piano at five years old.

It depends on the students and their goals. Those studying for the Royal Conservatory of Music and Conservatory Canada exams will require more rigorous practice and discipline to achieve high results. If you’re looking to have fun, more practice can make you a better and more confident player!

Yes, you do! The music theory and physical skills taught in lessons need to be reinforced through daily practice on your own instrument. We encourage you to get one before you start.

Of course! Being versatile in different instruments and music genres help people become better players. Voice, violin, saxophone and guitar all make good duet instruments with piano.