Toronto Midtown | Map
Oakwood and St-Clair
63 northbound, 161, 512
Register Online or contact the Academy at 416.207.0884 to reserve your space with Jeremy.
You may start lessons at any time in the year. We will integrate you into our current session.
Bass Guitar: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Guitar: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Monday: 2pm - 10pm
Tuesday: 2pm - 10pm
Wednesday: 2pm - 10pm
*Schedules are updated daily by our teachers. You will arrange your preferred lesson time with your teacher after you have registered.
One of our "celebrity" faculty members, Jeremy has taught music most of his life, and has been a certified CMA teacher since 2009.
He lives in Toronto where he plays, teaches, writes and arranges music for Guitar, Piano and Bass. His teaching studio is located in the heart of midtown Toronto at St.Clair west and Oakwood. Jeremy has been teaching for the last 13 years and brings to the table a wealth of experience and knowledge that he has acquired throughout his music career.
Jeremy began teaching at age seventeen, working for several music schools outside Toronto before making the move to the big city at the age of twenty-two. After many years of achievement in the Barrie Kiwanis Music festival as the top award winner in the Guitar categories, Jeremy was also featured in the prestigious Rosebowl competition at Georgian College. He also received top marks from the Royal Conservatory of Music in both guitar and piano.
Aside from his extensive teaching experience, Jeremy also has much professional experience as a musician, having spent most of his twenties with a Toronto-based rock group which has seen great success touring internationally (Berlin, London, Montreal) behind two well-received albums. The group has had three videos featured on MuchMusic , and has appeared live on MTV Canada. Their soundtrack credits include Whistler, Joan of Arcadia and Radio Free Roscoe. Besides touring and band credentials, Jeremy arranged the musical soundtrack for the short independent film "Man's Best Friend" (director Mark Dial), which won the award for top short film at Ryerson University in 2003.
With Jeremy your lessons are guaranteed to be not only educational, but a lot of fun as well! He welcomes students of all ages and abilities.
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