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255 King Street
Sudbury, Ontario, P3C 2W2
Lesson Centre: Phone or Text 705-673-7135
Store Phone: 705-673-7135
Fax: 705-673-7359

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Lesson Centre Hours
Monday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm
Tuesday: 2:00pm - 9:00pm
Wednesday: 1:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday: 3:00pm - 8:00pm
Friday: 3:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Sunday: Closed

Our Teachers:

Allan Walsh - Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone music lessons in Sudbury

Allan Walsh (Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone)

Allan Walsh has been an active member of the music faculty at Laurentian University in Sudbury for the past nineteen years teaching woodwinds, jazz performance, popular music, jazz history and ensembles. Although his specialty is jazz saxophone, he is also an accomplished clarinetist and flutist. While on a Fellowship at Berklee College of Music, Allan held the 2nd tenor saxophone chair with the Hal McIntyre Orchestra. He was also a member of the Canadian contingent at the 13th International Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Allan has served on the Board of the Huntington Conservatory of Music and was acting principal and co-coordinator of the Conservatory's Summer Music Program in 1989. He has also been an adjudicator for the Northern Ontario Music Festival and for the Musicanada Festival. Allan's jazz quartet and trio have recorded for CBC Radio and have been featured on national broadcasts. He has appeared as a guest soloist with the Sudbury Symphony and has played in the pit orchestra for many productions at the Sudbury Theatre Centre. Allan is a featured performer for many concert series in Sudbury including The Laurentian Music Department Concert Series, The Cambrian College Concert Series, Huntington College Church Music Festival and The Sudbury Jazz Society. Allan is a founding member of the Northern Ontario Jazz Quartet, The Walsh/Quebec Duo and The Allan Walsh Trio and Quartet. Allan's rate is $24/30 min lesson.

Allan Yzereef - Guitar music lessons in Sudbury

Allan Yzereef (Guitar)

Allan Yzereef has a diploma in music performance from Cambrian College, a Bachelor or Arts degree from Laurentian University and a Masters in Music from the University of Ottawa. He currently teaches at both Cambrian College and Laurentian University. Allan is well known musician in the Sudbury community, and is often a featured performer in the Cambrian Concert Series, the Living with Lakes Concert Series, The Laurentian University Concert Series, The Bell Park Concert Series and City Hall. In addition to his solo career, Allan is a member of two ensembles; The Sudbury Guitar Trio and Duo Norteño, and he has collaborated with music faculty from both Cambrian College and Laurentian University. Allan's rate is $22/30 min lesson.

Blair McNally - Brass music lessons in Sudbury

Blair McNally (Brass)

Blair has been an active participant in Sudbury's musical community for the past 25 years. As a professional trombonist and a graduate of Laurentian University's music program (4-year Bachelor of Arts, with Honours), Blair has a diverse portfolio which includes playing trombone in several orchestras, musical theatre, brass and wind ensembles, big bands, jazz combos, dixieland bands and pop bands. Blair also has experience in the recording studio and performs in the styles of classical, ska, rock, blues and funk. He has written and arranged several pieces for brass ensemble. Blair has extensive experience in working with students of all ages and has taught Brass performance and pedagogy at Cambrian College and Laurentian University. He is the director of the Nickel City Big Band, associate principle trombone of the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra and currently performs with The Northern Brass Choir, The Blues Brothers, Swing Fever and Les Giselles. Blair's rate is $21 per 1/2 hour lesson.

Duncan Cameron - Violin, Fiddle, Banjo, Mandolin music lessons in Sudbury

Duncan Cameron (Violin, Fiddle, Banjo, Mandolin)

Duncan Cameron is a Celtic singer and multi-instrumentalist currently living in Sudbury, Ontario. In his early teens, Duncan started singing with his family. At folk festivals, The Cameron Family performed not only music and storytelling, but also traditional mummers' plays. He chose the fiddle as his first instrument, but now also plays mandolin, guitar, Irish bouzouki, tin whistle, harmonica, bodhrán, banjo and English concertina.Traditional Irish, English and French-Canadian groups have contributed much of Duncan's repertoire, but classical, country, and other popular styles of music have also added to his creative approach. Duncan has been teaching violin and a variety of other instruments to students of all ages for the past 25 years.He has also toured, recorded with, and composed music for many groups including The Pierre Schryer Band, Fig For A Kiss and The Irish Descendants.Duncan's rate is $20/30 min. lesson.

Jason Daost - Guitar music lessons in Sudbury

Jason Daost (Guitar)

Jason has a diploma in music performance, from Cambrian College and completed his Bachelor of Music undergraduate degree, in music from University of Ottawa. He has studied Classical guitar with various talented teachers including Philip Candelaria, Matthew Gould and Louis Trepanier. He has a thorough understanding of the guitar and the mechanics behind the instrument, Theory, and the variety of techniques that surround the Classical Guitar. He also has a wide knowledge of the Shearer Classical Guitar method, and has received previous instruction by a predecessor of Aaron Shearer. With 9 years of teaching experience and a relaxed approach to teaching his students, Jason also focuses on the proper technique, rhythm and achieving the expressive elements of music. He also has experience with more popular genres of music such as Rock, Pop, and Heavy Metal. Jason's rate is 22$/30min lesson

Matthew Kallio - Piano music lessons in Sudbury

Matthew Kallio (Piano)

Sudbury native, Matthew Kallio began early piano studies with the RCM, after which he continued post secondary degrees in Piano Performance at Cambrian College and Acadia University studying under professors John Hannah, John Hansen and Ronald Tomarelli. Following studies at Acadia, he moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia joining the faculty at the Maritime Conservatory of Performing Arts as a collaborative pianist and instructor working in the fields of both music and dance. Recently, he has moved back to his hometown of Sudbury Ontario where he is pleased to be working as piano instructor at Cambrian College and Long and McQuade. Matthew enjoys teaching a wide variety of students from children to adults and his teaching has garnered awards through the RCM. Matthew brings over 15 years of experience teaching music and whatever the student's musical goals, be it formal exams or playing for enjoyment, he strives to helps each individual meet those goals. Matthew's rate is 22$/30min lesson

Philip May - Drums, Percussion music lessons in Sudbury

Philip May (Drums, Percussion)

Philip has always been fascinated by all things percussive. He played his first professional gig at 14 years old. By age 16 he was a regular performer in the local music scene. At 18, he was the leader of a jazz trio featuring Reg Schwager, invited to be the first group to record and broadcast from the then newly opened CBC and Radio Canada station in Sudbury. Philip has performed with such artists as Holly Cole, Jeff Healey, Andy Milne and Bob Wiseman of Blue Rodeo and many more. He has been featured on many albums and television programs and released two albums with the contemporary jazz quintet, Broche A Foin. Their sophomore album, People We Have Known, won the 2011 Best Album of the Year by a Group Award by Music and Film in Motion. Always striving to become a better musician, Philip studied the drum set privately with such teachers as Jim Blackley, Peter Magadini, and Barry Elmes. He studied music at both Berklee College of Music and York University, where he was a member of the Oscar Peterson workshop. Philip moved back to his hometown of Sudbury after completing his Bachelor of Education at Queen's University. His rate is $25/30 min lesson

Robert Godin - Piano music lessons in Sudbury

Robert Godin (Piano)

Robert is a Canadian composer and pianist who has been composing, performing, and teaching piano for over 8 years. Robert began studying Music Performance at Cambrian College in 2008. He switched from Guitar to Piano in his second year and took a Percussion minor, which helped him learn a variety of styles and instruments. He received his Ontario College Scholar Diploma in Music Performance and made the Dean's List. Robert then graduated from Memorial University with a Bachelor of Music, majoring in composition under the instruction of Dr. Ross and Dr. Staniland. He studied orchestration and his final piece was performed by the Memorial University Orchestra conducted by Vernon Regehr. Studying Piano with Dr. Kristina Szutor encouraged him to play and explore more contemporary works and composers. Robert has great passion and pride for his work and is always seeking to improve. His rate is $20/30 min lesson.