Guitar Lessons in Richmond Hill
Ages 7 and up
Composition: RCM, Contemporary What is this?
Genres: Jazz, Classical, Blues, Pop, Rock, Metal, Country.
Types of Guitars: Acoustic, Electric, Classical and Bass.
Generations have grown up listening to legendary guitarists like Canada’s very own – Alex Lifeson. The guitar is considered as one of the most popular musical instruments. It’s an instrument that can be played during a relaxing bonfire with friends or an intensive rock out session, making the guitar an extremely versatile instrument.
Arcadia Academy of Music welcomes anyone who wishes to learn the acoustic, classical, bass or electric guitar. The different type of genres available when learning the guitar consist of classical, jazz metal, folk, country, rock or blues. Arcadia Academy of Music is conveniently located on Yonge Street, a few kilometres north of Major Mackenzie Drive. Registration and admissions are open throughout the year and this location is perfect for anyone looking for guitar lessons in Richmond Hill. This location also has a music store if students need to rent or purchase guitars.
With over 30 years’ experience and 18 different industry awards, Arcadia is known as one of the leaders in the music school industry. We have created flexible private and group lessons for students of different age groups. Our staff of music instructors are skilled guitarists and some of the music industry’s leading professionals.
Arcadia Academy takes pride in organizing regular community events and annual music festivals for our students to showcase their skills. Our academy also organizes stage performance opportunities for our students in the Band Program. Arcadia has always been and continues to be the preferred choice for music lovers looking to enhance their guitar lesson skills. Call us or complete the online form today to request a free information session. We look forward to meeting you.
“Sometimes you want to give up the guitar, you’ll hate the guitar. But if you stick with it, you’re gonna be rewarded.”
– Jimi Hendrix