Music Student Corner & Blog

Discounted Restringing Services in East Toronto

Periodic restringing is essential for your instrument to function well – Call or Email Lippert’s today! When did you change your strings last?  Did you know, for active musicians, it is recommended that you restring your instrument at least every three to six months?  Some pros have new strings for each performance! For students, it’s crucial to change the strings every…

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School Policies 2020-2021

Up to date School Policies are now posted on the Policies page: https://www.lippertmusic.com/lippert-music-school-policies/

FAQs about Lippert Music Centre

What Instruments do you teach? We teach all types of instruments including voice, piano, violin, cello, clarinet, flute, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, guitar, bass, ukulele, percussion, harp, audio recording and production, and so much more! Even if your instrument isn’t listed with our qualified music instructors, chances are we have a match for you! Contact us with any questions regarding instrument…

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FAQs about Recitals and Performances

How many recitals do you have? We have a year-end recital for all students in June. Other performances opportunities are available throughout the year such as the East York Music Festival and community outreach projects.  We encourage multiple performances for all students.  Do all students perform at the recital? Yes! At Lippert, we believe in the performative nature of music….

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Festivals, Exams and Auditions

MUSIC FESTIVALS We encourage participation in any/all music festivals to further hone performance skills.  Please visit the following websites for more information.  Participation can lead to prizes and scholarships.  EXAMINATIONS Royal Conservatory of Music Examinations Studying classical music can lead to high school music credits.  There are two concurrent parts – practical and theoretical.  Both sets of exams must be…

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Studying Music Earns You High School Credits!

As if you needed more reasons to study music beyond increased intelligence, lower stress levels, and higher self-confidence, here is yet another reason to study music. By studying music and taking examinations at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, high school students in Ontario can earn Grade 11 and Grade 12 music credits. The RCM represents the pinnacle of…

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