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Aaron Bales - Bass Guitar, Guitar, Ukulele music lessons

Aaron Bales (Bass Guitar, Guitar, Ukulele) Registration Request

Teaching Style: jazz, rock

Teaching Day(s): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Aaron has been giving guitar lessons for over 15 years, currently in the Markham area. A student of rock/metal early in life, he soon progressed to study classical guitar through the Royal Conservatory of Music. Aaron then shifted his focus to Jazz and Jazz Fusion styles, and became an honours graduate in the Jazz Guitar program at Humber College.

After his studies, Aaron found a rewarding passion in teaching. Aaron loves teaching a variety of musical styles (Rock, Metal, Jazz, Classical, Blues, Funk, Pop, Folk, Song writing, Shred and Improvisation) and has seen success with students of all ages, from beginner to College/University preparation.

Some of Aaron's musical accolades include: In 2010, he was hired to demonstrate amps at winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants), and a few years later, he backed up Sarah Brightman on CTV Morning. With a vast array of styles under his belt and experience performing with numerous bands and ensembles, Aaron is eager to pass on and share his experience with students of all musical leanings.

Aaron's rate is $30.00/30min lesson.

Aaron Dimoff - Voice, Piano music lessons

Aaron Dimoff (Voice, Piano) Registration Request

Teaching Day(s): Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday

Aaron Dimoff has been singing professionally on operatic stages across the country for the last decade. After receiving his Masters in Vocal Performance degree from UWO, he worked as a resident artist for the Calgary Opera company, performing and training with singers, conductors, and directors from around the world. Aaron has since performed on Canada's biggest stages, from the Edmonton Opera company to the Canadian Opera Company in Toronto. An avid teacher when not performing, Aaron enjoys passing on his experience to everyone from absolute beginners, to musicians pursuing a professional career. His rate is $28.00/half-hour lesson.

Aaron Matheson - Guitar, Bass Guitar, Piano, Ukulele music lessons

Aaron Matheson (Guitar, Bass Guitar, Piano, Ukulele) Registration Request

Teaching Day(s): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday

Aaron Matheson has taught private music lessons for nine years. He is a graduate of the MacEwan University music program with a Degree majoring in guitar performance. He also received a Music Diploma from MacEwan University majoring in Composition. He studied jazz and contemporary guitar with Juno-nominated guitarist Jim Head, as well as composition with acclaimed contemporary Canadian composer Allan Gilliland. He performs regularly throughout Alberta and has played in opening slots for artists such as Coleman Hell, The Zolas, Scenic Route to Alaska, Busty and the Bass, and The Royal Foundry. He has toured across Western Canada and India. He teaches all skill levels and genres, but specializes in genres like rock, pop, jazz, blues, funk, folk, and R&B.
His rate is $27 per half hour.

Abigail Elisha - Voice, Piano music lessons

Abigail Elisha (Voice, Piano) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Saturday, Sunday

Abigail Elisha, an accomplished and passionate music educator, brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the world of vocal and piano instruction. With a lifelong dedication to the art of music, she has cultivated a unique and dynamic approach to teaching that inspires students of all ages. She began her musical journey at a young age, demonstrating an early aptitude for both voice and piano. This innate talent was nurtured through years of formal training and a deep commitment to mastering the intricacies of these two distinct yet interconnected musical realms.

Abigail obtained her Associate Diploma in Music Performance & pedagogy from the Trinity College of Music, London in 2015 and has successfully completed ABRSM levels in Voice, Piano, and Music Theory. Additionally, she’s presently furthering her music education by studying Music Industry Arts and Performance at Centennial College. As a seasoned versatile performer, Abigail has graced numerous stages, with renowned choirs, ensembles and performed as a vocalist, pianist and accompanist.

With a rich performance background, she brings genuine understanding and passion for live musical expression to her teaching. Committed to creating a supportive learning environment, she tailors lessons to meet each student's unique needs, employing a versatile style that combines technical precision with a deep appreciation for the emotional dimensions of music. Beyond proficiency, Abigail instills in students a love for music, encouraging creativity and expressiveness. Through cultivating a lifelong passion for voice and piano, she empowers students for a musical journey beyond the classroom.

Abigail's rate is $28.00/30min lesson.

Abraham Okolo - Piano, Theory music lessons

Abraham Okolo (Piano, Theory) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Abraham teaches the piano in a fun and engaging manner. He has helped students pass their graded piano exams with brilliant results. Having been teaching piano for over fifteen years, he has the ability to help beginners navigate through the technical challenges of piano playing. Building vast musicianship and guiding the student on effective practice methods is a vital part of his teaching. In addition to private instruction, Abraham is also a choir director at his church. His private lesson rate is $28/half hour.

Adam Chartrand - Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Drums music lessons

Adam Chartrand (Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Drums) Registration Request

Teaching Style: rock

Teaching Day(s): Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Adam is a versatile and accomplished musician with expertise in multiple disciplines, notably excelling in bass, guitar, and drums. Following his graduation from the Music and Digital Media program at St. Lawrence College in 2015, he has been an integral contributor to the vibrant music scene in Kingston. His active participation encompasses diverse instrumental roles within numerous musical ensembles throughout the city. Additionally, Adam possesses a comprehensive understanding of recording and audio production techniques. Drawing upon over 12 years of musical experience, he offers a versatile lesson plan tailored to accommodate various learning styles and musical preferences.
For his private instruction services, Adam's rate is $26 per half-hour session.

Adam Crossman - Guitar music lessons

Adam Crossman (Guitar) Registration Request

Teaching Day(s): Friday

Adam is an award winning solo acoustic guitarist and composer. He has been playing and performing professionally for over 10 years, he has toured internationally through Canada, USA, and has successfully performed a solo concert series throughout China. In 2015, he won 2nd place at The Canadian Guitar festival international fingerstyle guitar competition. Adam has been highly recognized by the progressive guitar community and labels such as (CandyRat Records & FretMonkey Records) He has been teaching throughout Durham Region in an academic geared environment for over 5 years. Adam has a strong passion for teaching and sharing concepts and ideas, and guiding you along on your guitar journey! Adam's rate is $25 per half hour lesson.

Adam Lefaivre - Guitar music lessons

Adam Lefaivre (Guitar) Registration Request

Teaching Day(s): Wednesday

Adam has taught guitar through Long and McQuade for seven years, impacting and inspiring many students through his one-to-one teaching, music camp instruction, and adjudication. Adam has played guitar for most of his life, either as a solo performer or in different acts. He is constantly composing and producing for his main project Bloom Filter. He received his Bachelor of music in audio while studying classical guitar at the University of Lethbridge and went on to do his master's degree in computer science (music technology). Adam continues to learn and write as much music as he possibly can and loves to share that enthusiasm and excitement with his students. Adam teaches guitar lessons remotely through our Edmonton Highlands location.
His rate is $25 per half hour.

Adam Sperry - Voice, Piano music lessons

Adam Sperry (Voice, Piano) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Praised for his “rich vocals and dynamic palette” (Holly Harris, Opera Canada, Fall 2019), Manitoban tenor Adam Sperry has had the privilege of performing with many companies across Canada. Adam is a recent graduate of the Schulich School of Music with a Master’s of Opera and Voice under the tutelage of John MacMaster. Recent highlights include Sam Kaplan in Weill’s Street Scene with Opera McGill, first prize winner of the Zita bernstein Herman Lieder Competition - adjudicated by Elly Ameling, and tenor soloist in Carmina Burana with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Adam is thrilled to join as a voice and piano instructor at Long & McQuade and will apply his thorough experience in opera, musical theatre, pop, rock and jazz, to a holistic learning experience.

Adam's rate per half hour private lesson at Long & McQuade Ottawa is $26.

Adam Willey - Guitar, Ukulele, Clarinet, Theory, Piano, Voice, Upright Bass, Bass Guitar music lessons

Adam Willey (Guitar, Ukulele, Clarinet, Theory, Piano, Voice, Upright Bass, Bass Guitar) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday

Multi-instrumentalist Adam Willey has been an active part of the Canadian music scene for over a decade. His ability to fill a multitude of roles has kept him in demand as supporting musician for many notable Canadian artists on festival stages across North America. He completed his Undergraduate studies at the VCC School of Music, where he received his Bachelor of Music (2021), and has helped hundreds of people set foot on their own musical journey through one-on-one music education. His educational philosophy is simple; There's a music lesson in everything if you're willing to look for it.
His rate is $30 per half hour.

Adrian Doering - Guitar, Drums music lessons

Adrian Doering (Guitar, Drums) Registration Request

Teaching Style: metal, rock, ,

Teaching Day(s): Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Adrian has been an avid guitar player since 1992, including 8 years of private instruction with Carl Kory, Jim Blair and Mitch Merrett. His roots and influences are in rock music, but he also loves to play and teach metal, funk, pop, blues, gospel, country and many other genres. He plays with a variety of bands, both live and for studio recordings. Additionally, Adrian has a certificate in Audio Engineering. Adrian’s lessons are engaging, fun and tailored to each student’s unique goals and interests.
His rate is $29 per half hour.

Adrian Dunn - Guitar music lessons

Adrian Dunn (Guitar) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Tuesday

Adrian is currently the third generation of music teachers in his family, with his sensibility and saintly patience woven directly into his DNA. With over 20 years of playing and performing experience, he's at ease with various guitar styles and is able and willing to customize the lesson path based on an individual’s stylistic preference. A student of St. F.X’s jazz program and a graduate of NSCC’s music program in Dartmouth, Adrian’s musical journey has been marked by accomplishments in writing, arranging, and performing with various ECMA and Nova Scotia Music Award nominees and winners. Now, Adrian brings his expertise to you in lesson format, offering instruction for all levels of guitar as well as beginner bass and keyboard lessons. His rate per 30 minute private session is $26

Adrian Smith - Trumpet music lessons

Adrian Smith (Trumpet) Registration Request

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Adrian has been teaching trumpet and theory since 1998. He attended the Capilano College Jazz Studies program, studying with Juno Award winner Brad Turner and worked with Dal Richards and his Orchestra. He is a member of a number of salsa, funk, and R&B Bands. His rate is $29/half hour.

Aidan Wasse - Guitar, Ukulele, Electric Bass music lessons

Aidan Wasse (Guitar, Ukulele, Electric Bass) Registration Request

Teaching Day(s): Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Aidan is a local multi-instrumentalist with a passion for playing, creating and teaching music. A graduate of Fanshawe College’s Music Industry Arts, and Audio Post Production programs, he has also studied piano, guitar, electric/upright bass, voice and music theory. Having performed with bands, orchestras, and theatre companies, Aidan has a love for many genres including rock, jazz, funk, soul, and classical. His passion for music also extends into the technological side, with professional experience in music production and audio engineering. As a teacher, Aidan aims to provide students with a well-rounded musical education, with an emphasis on fostering enthusiasm and having fun. Aidan's rate is $27.00/half-hour private lesson.

Aiden Russell - Drums music lessons

Aiden Russell (Drums) Registration Request

Aiden Russell has played drums for the fourteen years and has performed in many Saskatoon-based bands. He also studied piano for 10 years. Aiden currently studies under Nashville-based drummer Dango Cellan, who plays for Scott Stapp and Amber Pacific. He has earned a Fine Arts Degree from the University of Regina. Aiden is willing to work with any student at any level. As a teacher, Aiden hopes to show students the joys of drumming and creative experimentation.
Rate: $25 per half hour

Alan Jossul - Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo, Slide Guitar music lessons

Alan Jossul (Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo, Slide Guitar) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Alan Jossul teaches guitar, bass, ukulele, mandolin and banjo. He has taught music in the Comox Valley since the 1990s and earned a diploma in jazz studies from Vancouver Island University in 2001. Alan is an expert in a wide variety of styles including jazz and bluegrass, and he is a founding member of local bands Big Red Truck and The Emily Cars. His lesson rate is $29 per half hour.

Alan Tabz - Drums music lessons

Alan Tabz (Drums) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Friday, Saturday

Alan started his music journey back in the mid 80’s as a teenager and toured the globe playing in diverse music styles and performing with outstanding musicians. Alan is a passionate teacher who has experience working with students of all ages and skill levels and is happy to help students grow and learn, no matter their musical background. Teaching drums in different genres of music and spreading the joy of playing it is his passion. Alan's rate is $28 per half hour.

Alex Moxon - Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo music lessons

Alex Moxon (Guitar, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Monday, Wednesday, Sunday

Alex has been teaching music for nearly two decades. He received a Bachelors of Music with highest honours in 2012 from Carleton University with a focus in jazz studies. Since then the Ottawa-raised guitarist has played with a who's who of local and national talent in all genres, including Juno-winning artist Kellylee Evans, The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, HILOTRONS, Miguel De Armas, Roddy Ellias, Shawnee Kish, Iskwē, Michael Greilsammer, Petr Cancura, SOCALLED, and the National Arts Centre Orchestra. Among others, he has opened for Brian Charette, Bernie Worrell, Michael Winograd, Mother Mother, Kevin Drew, and Brian Blade. An up and comer on the world jazz stage, his debut record as a leader, “Alex Moxon Quartet” has received international radio airplay and stellar reviews. He's played with the National Central Band of the Canadian Armed Forces as well as touring Broadway musicals Beautiful: The Carole King Story and Mean Girls.
Alex has experience teaching and performing in all major musical styles. He is happy to teach students of all ages and all experience levels. He has a flexible approach to teaching that addresses students' individual needs. He can also prep students for RCM Classical Guitar exams as well as university auditions for jazz studies. Alex teaches at both our Edmonton Highlands and our Edmonton South locations.
His rate is $29 per half hour.

Alexandra Summach - Piano music lessons

Alexandra Summach (Piano) Registration Request

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Teaching Day(s): Monday, Tuesday

Alexandra Summach, originally from Dodsland, Saskatchewan, embarked on her musical journey at the age of 7. She has her RCM Grade 8 in piano and theory. She is currently working towards a Bachelor of Music at the University of Regina. Alexandra is passionate about music theory and the history of composition. She also brings a wealth of tutoring experience to her teaching repertoire. She is a dedicated educator with a mission to instill a profound appreciation for the intricacies of theory and composition in the hearts and minds of her students. Alexandra teaches both video and in-studio piano lessons at the Regina store. Her rate is $25 per half-hour.

Alexandre Galarneau-Ronde - Guitare, Basse, Ukulélé music lessons

Alexandre Galarneau-Ronde (Guitare, Basse, Ukulélé) Registration Request

Teaching Day(s): Wednesday, Friday

Alexandre Galarneau-Rondeau possède une technique professionnelle - Musique et chanson et Composition et arrangement du Collège Lionel-Groulx. Musicien de rue ayant voyagé à travers le Canada, Alexandre a visité notre pays de Percé à Tofino. Il a partagé sa passion et découvert de nouvelles cultures musicales lors de ses nombreux voyages en Europe (Irlande, Espagne, France). Il cumule de nombreuses participations dans plusieurs événements dans le Grand Montréal, tels le Festival Tintamarre et le Festival Emergenza. Il cumule 7 années d’expérience de scène et d'enseignement. Il a enregistré un album studio avec Pontésable, réalisé 2 albums de ses compositions et 2 EP en studio.

Alexandre Galarneau-Rondeau has a Professional Technique - Music and Song and Composition and Arrangement from Lionel-Groulx College. A street musician who has traveled across Canada, Alexandre has visited our country from Percé to Tofino. He has shared his passion and discovered new musical cultures during his numerous trips to Europe (Ireland, Spain, France). He has participated in many events in the Greater Montreal area, such as Festival Tintamarre and Festival Emergenza. He cumulates 7 years of stage and teaching experience. He has recorded a studio album with Pontésable, produced 2 albums of his own compositions and 2 EPs in studio.