Let’s Play the Piano!

Kids and Music are just a natural fit!When can my child start piano lessons?  Our  “TIME TO BEGIN” piano method is a unique pre-school piano program that  successfully starts children as early as 3 years old!!

If your child can count to five
…..and know A B C D E F G…..
they are ready to play the piano!

Lessons begin Sept. 17th.  Register Today 

Music is the first and most important method of communication for children. At Southport Piano Academy, we know that early childhood education empowers children to be the creators of their own music. Here we bring children together with creating music at the earliest opportunity in a private teacher, parent & child setting.

And here’s why piano lessons are so important for your child: 

  • Early music education contributes strongly to “school readiness”.
  • Music assists in developing language skills and spatial reasoning, expands memory, and encourages co-operation and collaboration.
  • Piano lessons start children on the road to experiencing, knowing, and understanding music while reinforcing logic concepts such as beginning & end, cause & effect, sequence & balance, harmony & dissonance, as well as arithmetical concepts such as numbers, counting, timing, and patterns.

As your child grows, music will continue to be a natural form of communication and self- expression.  Then as they advance, examinations are available from the Royal Conservatory of Toronto, as well as most other recognized schools and conservatories.

Preparation for Music Theory examinations is available  in the same place to supplement the practical piano exams.  High School external credits in Fine Arts are awarded with the completion of Level 6, 7, and 8 RCM examinations.


Students may also choose to focus on a Popular or Jazz piano path for their musical journey.

Adult students will find a comfortable and relaxed environment ideal for learning to play or re-starting lessons after years away from the piano.  These piano lessons have a strong focus on music appreciation.