The clarinet is a family of woodwind instruments. Learning the clarinet is incredibly rewarding, but it can be challenging without the right guidance. You will start by learning how to assemble and care for your clarinet and progress all the way up to being able read and interpret music notations, perform scales, melodies and songs and much more.
Our Clarinet Instructors
Saxophone - Flute - Clarinet - Piano - Violin
Bobby began playing saxophone at 15 after studying violin from the age of eight. He holds a BA Hons. in linguistics from the University of Toronto, and majored in jazz performance at McGill University
Saxophone - Clarinet - Flute - Piano
Michael Arthurs earned his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in composition (jazz emphasis) from The University of Texas at Austin. Born and raised in Toronto,Ontario, Canada he is also an alumnus of Humber College, ,William Paterson University, and The University of Louisville.
Piano - Clarinet
Lana is primarily a pianist, who also plays other instruments, including clarinet and saxophone. She has completed all 10 levels of the Royal Conservatory of Music for piano. She has performed across Toronto including Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts and Massey Hall. Lana’s favourite part about teaching is inspiring others and helping them spark their interest for music. Her lessons include fun, engaging musical activities for beginners. She is experienced in preparing students for RCM examinations.