The Dan Corrigall Music Studio offers the best quality Piano, Guitar, Trombone, Flute and Theory lessons in the Ancaster area from attentive, caring and experienced teachers. We are open Monday to Saturday for lessons. We have recently opened a Hamilton music new studio with two practice rooms, a waiting room and washroom which is accessible from our new side entrance.
For the past eight years we have welcomed beginner students, from the very young to the mature individual looking to make music on their terms. We assist students wishing to pursue the Royal Conservatory of Music Curriculum from pre Grade I thru ARCT; preparing for University Auditions; wanting to improve on their Scholastic Music Studies: and we also offer a more relaxed “Popular Music” instruction suited to the individual’s goal.
The studios strives to leverage each student’s strengths, working with them to improve on their technique & performance. We encourage the student to become his/her own teacher, learning to gain a perspective of their performance, whilst teaching them to become good listeners and improvisers. Various studies have proven that music is a prime component in an individual’s growth. We stress technical expertise and the proper physical approach to the instrument towards ensuring a stress free and accelerated learning experience.
Hamilton piano teacher Dan Corrigall began teaching 40 years ago, and after a long hiatus perusing a financial career resumed teaching from his piano studio in 2003. His musical education includes the Royal Conservatory of Music to ARCT Performer, attendance at the University of Guelph and musical studies at Waterloo Lutheran University. Dan teaches students of all ages, including beginners, popular music enthusiasts and those wishing to acquire their ARCT with the Royal Conservatory.
Sarah Lade is a Hamilton piano teacher, a University of McMaster Music Student, and will use her improvisation, composition and Midi skills to assist piano\keyboard students better interact with technology to improve their listening and playing skills. She will bring her knowledge and enthusiasm to the Popular Music program we have set up to those wishing to pursue a more individual focused course of studies.
Christopher Mallon is a Hamilton music teacher that brings his Bachelor of Music and strong teaching skills to those wishing to pursue the Wind and Brass instrument. He has set up a course of studies for the Trombone or Flute. He is also capable of teaching other Brass/Wind instruments as well as Piano. He will assist those seeking Harmony, History or Theory towards learning the Royal Conservatory of Music curriculum.