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Home Piano Lessons Guelph

Why trust Feely Piano School with your home piano lessons Guelph?  There could be many reasons why, including that your teacher Chris is excellent.

However when you are choosing piano lessons, you should ask yourself a couple of important questions.  Firstly, what are your motivations? Secondly, where exactly are you going to fit your new instrument in your home? Thirdly, what is your availability, when would you like your teacher to come to you?

I think my favorite thing about Feely Piano School (besides not having to leave my home to receive quality education), is the passion and creativity that goes into every lesson. There isn’t a person out there that cares more about their students than Emilee. And she makes it her mission to be sure that her staff feels the same.
An amazing idea executed beautifully.

Brielle, Google Plus Review

feely piano lessonsEmilee and staff are fantastic! Highly recommend Feely Piano school to anyone wishing to learn how to play the piano

Pauline, Google Plus Review

Feely Piano comes to your home instead. Saves a lot of time if you have too many things to juggle at home.

Charles, Google Plus Review

I was referred to Feely Piano from a friend, and I’ve had nothing but positive experiences from my teacher. As an adult, I find the blogs useful to read, especially so I can learn! I appreciate the positive attitude from everyone in the company, and I look forward to my lessons every week!

Lauren, Google Plus Review

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Sam, Ancaster

Age: 20

Education: Bachelor of Arts — Double Major in Applied Social Sciences and Honours Psychology, ABRSM Grade 8 Piano/RCM Grade 10 and Grade 7 Violin.

Location: Hamilton

Other Interests: Learning other instruments such as the saxophone, guitar, ukulele, and a few traditional Chinese instruments.My favorite genre of music is jazz and blues and would love to visit New Orleans one day.

About my journey:
I have been playing the piano since I was 4 years old. I began learning through the Yamaha Music School in Malaysia where its curriculum taught me the fundamentals of theory and performance while also developing my relative pitch abilities. After that, I began to be trained as a classical pianist and violinist through the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM). I finished my Grade 8 ABRSM certification for piano in the year of 2014 as well as my Grade 7 ABRSM certification for violin in that same year. Along the way, I was trained in a few other instruments such as, the saxophone, guitar, the ukulele, and a few traditional Chinese instruments. With these skills, I was involved in a musical where I played four different instruments for the two musicals. I love music and being able to create community with the music I make and with others who share the love to play and learn music. Whenever I feel down, I would sit by my piano or pick up my guitar to help me understand what I am feeling and to calm myself. Music is a gift that I hope I can impart to others who I meet along my journey.

Educational Advisor, Pat

Patrick joined Feely Music as an Educational Advisor in 2018.  Pat uses his many years of experience as a teacher, music study student, and researcher in order to impliment the Feely Piano method of self directed learning.

Patrick has adjudicated National and International music competitions including the Montreal International Guitar Festival, the Developing Artists Grants Competition at the Hynatyshyn Foundation, the Vancouver North Shore festival, Toronto Kiwanis, London K. W. Kiwanis, Barrie Kiwanis, Burlington Rotary, Guelph Kiwanis and many others.

Mr Feely’s students have earned top prizes in international competitions (Montreal Youth Competition, Great Lakes Guitar Competition), all levels of the Ontario Music Festival Association Provincial Competition, and have been accepted into Graduate and Undergraduate university performance programs across Canada and Europe.

Patrick is a sessional faculty member at McMaster University and the University of Western Ontario where he teaches guitar orchestra, guitar pedagogy and private studio instruction. He is a guitar specialist with the College of Examiners (Royal Conservatory) where he examines guitar candidates across Canada and the US.

Educational Advisor Brad

Brad Mahon joined  Feely Music as an Educational Advisor in 2018.  Brad and Patrick Feely have had an ongoing relationship together since 2010, as music education professionals and Royal Conservatory of Music adjudicators.

Brad Mahon regularly appears nationally and internationally as an award-winning and acclaimed guitarist, teacher, adjudicator, clinician, and lecturer.

In January 2017, Brad moved back to Calgary to assume the role of Director at Mount Royal University’s Conservatory and in January 2018, he accepted the additional role of Interim Dean, Faculty of Continuing Education. Formerly, Brad was Manager, Visual and Performing Arts at the Medicine Hat College Conservatory, and before that, Head of the Conservatory of Performing Arts at the University of Regina. Dr. Mahon also continues to maintain his long-standing affiliation with the Royal Conservatory, Toronto.

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