Private Music Lessons

We are delivering lessons in person and online over Zoom

Lesson Format: 

All lessons are 30 minute private one-on-one instruction. We currently teach Mon-Thurs & Saturday. The teachers gear the instruction towards the goals of the student and can provide many different styles of instruction depending on your musical goals.

Lesson Rates: 

Monthly lessons are $28 per half hour lesson. Semester lessons are $25 per half hour lesson with a commitment of 4 months. Drop in Lessons are scheduled based on teacher availability that week and are $28 per half hour lesson.

Missed Lessons: 

If you need to cancel a scheduled lesson we require 24hr notice to inform the teacher. If appropriate notice is given there is an option to do a make up lesson at a time arranged between you and the teacher. 

We offer instruction on:

Acoustic Guitar

Electric Guitar

Classical Guitar

Banjo

Ukulele

Mandolin

Drums/Percussion

Piano

Bass

Our Teachers

Our teaching team is dedicated to helping you learn your instrument in a fun & engaging way

Craig Giacobbo

Guitar/Bass/Mandolin/Banjo/Uke

With over 25 years of teaching & playing experience, there isn't much Craig can't show you how to play! From rock to pop and anything in between he can get you where you want to be with your instrument

Bailey Sutton

Voice & Piano

Bailey has been active in the music scene since 2007, playing both as a solo singer-songwriter and in various bands around the city. Since graduating from Macewan University with a degree in Music Composition (piano being her focus instrument), she has been teaching music for over 5 years. She loves to teach her students more about their instrument through the process of songwriting, but most importantly she tailors each class to make sure the lessons are fun and exciting for each unique individual. 

Zane Baker

Drums & Percussion

Zane Baker is a freelance musician based in the city of Edmonton. He recently graduated from MacEwan University’s Bachelor of Music program, majoring in Drum Set Performance, where he spent most of his studies focusing on improvisation. While Zane’s focus lies in the jazz genre, he is well-versed in many different styles, currently plays in various projects, and has a passion for teaching music to students of all ages and abilities.