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Kindermusik Registration 2018

Registration is now on-going for our Winter/Spring 2018 semester

Village (newborn - 18 mths) Tuesday 10:00am and Saturday 9:30am

Our Time (18 mths - 3 yrs) Saturday 10:30am

Imagine That (3 - 5 yrs) Saturday 12:00pm

call or message us to reserve your spot!








Spring Recitals - June 8th, 2016

Mark your calendars! On June 8th, we will be presenting our Annual Spring Recitals in the beautiful Suncor Energy Hall at Memorial University's School of Music. 

These recitals provide a wonderful opportunity for our students to perform in front of family and friends and share how much they have learned throughout the year!

We will be sending out invitations to families of participating students a few weeks before the recitals. The invitations will include important information such as the exact time of your recital, so keep an eye on your inboxes! 

We hope to see you all there! :)




Easter Holidays

We will be closed from Friday, April 18th to Monday, April 21. 

A reminder to our students that regular classes will resume after Easter Holidays on Friday, February 25th.

Happy Easter, everyone!




The Music Corner CLOSED for the day - Tuesday, April 1st

Our store and studios will be closed today due to inclement weather. All lessons missed today will be made up at another time. 




The Music Corner CLOSING at 5:00 PM - Wednesday, January 29th

Due to inclement weather, we will be closing the store and studios as of 5:00 PM this evening.

Stay warm, everyone!



The Music Corner OPEN - Tuesday, January 7th

Lessons will be going ahead today at The Music Corner! 




The Music Corner Closed - Monday, January 6th

The Music Corner will be closed for the day on Monday, January 6th due to rolling power outages. All lessons missed today will be made up later this Winter. As of now we are planning to resume lessons on Tuesday, January 7th. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and our webpage as we will be confirming this by noon on Tuesday.




E-mail invitations will be going out within the next week so keep an eye on your inboxes, everyone!




November is Canada Music Month here at The Music Corner!

To help celebrate the CFMTA's Canada Music Week, we will be highlighting some of our favorite Canadian composers and musicians throughout the month of November. 

November 20th - Glenn Gould

In today's installment of Canada Music Appreciation posts, we are taking a brief detour from Canadian composers to look at one of Canada's classical music stars, Glenn Gould (1932-1982). 

Here is a link to Glenn Gould's official webpage, which includes a short biography, galleries, recordings, and videos! 

Here is a video of Gould playing one of Johann Sebastian Bach's Concerto No. 7 in G minor:

November 18th - Linda Niamath

Canada Music Week has officially begun! Today we take a look at Linda Niamath, a composer from British Colombia who writes beautiful and fun music for young musicians. Full of character and imagery, her pieces are rewarding to learn and are ideal for introducing musicality in students developing their own musical voice.

Here's a video of Dr. Alan Huckleberry of the UI Piano Pedagogy Project playing Niamath's dreamy and magical piece, Rainbow. Enjoy!

November 13th - Clifford Crawley

Clifford Crawley is a well-known and respected composer originally from England who now lives in our own back yard... St. John's! He has written music for many instruments and chamber ensembles, and his piano music in partictular has been highlighted in the Royal Conservatory of Music Examinations as well as numerous compilations of Canadian music. Repertoire by Clifford Crawley comes in a large range of difficulty and character, so there is something for everyone!

Here's a recording of one of our RCM favorites, Yes, Sir! Can't you just picture a jovial, important-looking  man walking through a busy street?

November 6th - Anne Crosby

Anne Crosby hails from Bedford, Nova Scotia, and is a celebrated pedagogue and composer of piano music perfect for growing musicians. If you have attended any of our recitals, Anne Crosby's beautiful and catchy music is littered throughout as our students absolutely LOVE her music... and so do our teachers! Anne's background of being a masterful teacher of piano to students of all ages gives her compositions the unique quality of being a joy to teach, as well as a joy to learn. 

Here's a video of Anne herself playing a recital and Kiwanis Music Festival favorite, In My Dreams. Enjoy!

Anne Crosby's Website

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