Our teachers approach teaching with the goal of complete musicianship, taught in a step-by-step approach, using academic European methods and the Royal Conservatory of Music curriculum.

Piano Lessons for Kids

Piano lessons taught by professional Piano Teachers

Piano lessons for kids that are tailored to their individual skill level. Students will be able to learn at their own pace in a comfortable and supportive environment.






    Do you want your child to learn how to play the piano?

    We at Dio Piano School offer both in-person and online piano lessons for kids that are tailored to their individual skill level and interests. Our experienced and certified faculty piano teachers use the Royal Conservatory of Music curriculum.

    Our experienced piano teachers will guide them through each step of the learning process in a supportive environment.

    Professional Piano School

    Our teachers are all professional pianists who have graduated from prestigious music schools such as University of Toronto, University of British Columbia and Gnessin Institute. They know how to teach and will help your child learn the piano quickly and easily.

    Playing the piano can be incredibly rewarding. Whether you child is preparing for piano competitions or RCM exam preparation, learning to play the piano can open up a world of possibilities for your child’s musical future.

    Sign up today for one of our beginner, intermediate, or advanced level classes!

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    Piano Competition

    We prepare our students with best practices from a competitor’s point of view to prepare for different piano competitions.

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    RCM EXAM

    Our RCM exam preparation program is an excellent way to learn get ready for the RCM exam. Whether you’re enrolled for career or just a hobby, your musical output will flourish with the help of our mock RCM examination.

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    MUSIC THEORY

    Discover and develop your inner musician at Dio Piano School. Music theory can give you a deeper understanding of music and the technical skills to play it with more accuracy.

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    Frequently Asked Questions about
    Kids Piano Lessons

    What age should a child start piano lessons?

    Some people say that children should start piano lessons at the age of 5, but it really depends on the child. Some children are ready to start earlier, while others may be better off waiting until they are a bit older. talk to our expert piano teachers and find out what would be best for your child.

    What is the best way for kids to learn piano?

    There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way for kids to learn piano will vary depending on their individual strengths and interests. However, some good ways to teach kids how to play the piano include giving them keyboard-based lessons, letting them listen to music and then play it back themselves, or having them compose their own pieces.

    Additionally, parents can help motivate their children to practice and reinforce what they have learned by providing positive reinforcement and rewards. Finally, introducing them to a variety of musical styles will help keep them intrigued and excited about learning piano. With the right support and guidance, kids can learn to master the piano in no time!

    Should parents sit in on piano lessons?

    Some parents choose to sit in on their kids’ piano lessons to help them learn and to support their children. Other parents choose to let their kids practice without any interference, trusting that their child will learn the material on their own. Whichever approach you choose, it’s important to provide positive feedback and encouragement so that your child feels supported in their musical endeavours.

    It is also important to allow your child to take ownership of their own practice sessions. As a parent, you can provide guidance and support but should ultimately let them decide how they spend their practice time. This will help them develop independent learning skills that are invaluable for any type of education or career path.

    Finally, make sure to stay involved throughout the entire music lesson process. Attend recitals or concerts so your child knows they have an audience who genuinely cares about their progress, and always encourage questions or feedback from both the teacher and student. A successful musical journey requires the effort and support of the entire family!

    As your child’s piano teacher, I am here to guide them on their musical journey. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns as we work together to help your child reach their musical goals. We look forward to a successful and enjoyable learning experience!

    Thank you for entrusting me with the responsibility of helping your child learn the piano! It is truly an honor and privilege. Together, we can ensure that this music lesson journey is fun and productive for everyone involved. With patience, encouragement, and dedication, we can create an unforgettable experience that will last a lifetime. Let’s get started today!

    Are piano lessons worth it for kids?

    We at Dio Piano School think that kids should have the opportunity to choose whether or not they take piano lessons. If a child shows an interest in music, and their parents can afford it, then absolutely they should be encouraged to pursue it. Piano lessons can provide structure and discipline, which are important for growing minds. It also introduces them to the world of music and allows them to explore different styles and techniques.

    On the other hand, if a child doesn’t seem interested in learning how to play an instrument, then forcing them into it isn’t beneficial either. Each child is unique in what will motivate them, so parents should consider all factors before deciding whether or not piano lessons are right for their child. Ultimately though, I believe that each person has a right to choose what they want to learn and do, so it’s important that we give our kids the chance to make their own decisions.