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About our classes

Ekota Music Studio offers both in-person and remote learning sessions depending on circumstances and personal preference. 

Remote lessons are conducted via the Zoom platform with highest quality internet data connection, hi-resolution cameras and studio quality microphones.  Your experience will also depend on your internet connection and quality of devices. 

For in-person classes, Ekota Suzuki Piano teachers will gladly accommodate requests to wear masks. A HEPA air filter is also in use in our spacious studio area. 

We also supply masks and hand sanitizer at the entrance. 

parent and child at piano lesson
two grand pianos

Class Information: A typical lesson takes place weekly at a pre-determined time and length, ie. 30/45/60 minutes. Registration for regular classes can be made at any time of the term which runs from September to June each year. If you are interested in taking classes please reach out for available times. You can then register, make payment arrangements and begin preparations for your first class.

Shinichi Suzuki, a Japanese native and the founder of the Suzuki Method, formed a movement that brought musical beauty to the hands and hearts of children World wide. His demonstrations filled concert halls and auditoriums, delighted audiences and inspired parents and teachers who once thought that you either had "it" or you didn't. Suzuki proved that everyone was inherently musical and could further develop their music skills and abilities provided they were in the right environment. This environment involved continuing the aural tradition of listening and imitating simple melodies along with the guidance of an experienced music teacher together with the teamwork and committed participation of at least one parent or guardian. 

Shinichi Suzuki

"Beautiful tone = Beautiful heart"

"Where love is deep, much can be accomplished"  S. Suzuki

Ken is a registered teacher with the Canadian Federation of Music Teachers Association, the Alberta Registered Music Teachers Association, the Suzuki Association of the Americas and the Royal Conservatory of Music. He has majored in Jazz and Contemporary Piano Performance at MacEwan University in Edmonton and has completed Royal Conservatory of Music Level Ten Piano performance and ARCT level theory. Ken has studied with Suzuki teacher trainers in Oakland, Chicago, Montreal and Edmonton. A multi-instrumentalist with over three decades of professional music experience including education for beginners and up as well as performance on both stage and in studio. 


Performance and Recording opportunities are available through graduation concerts, recitals, volunteering and through Royal Conservatory of Music examinations. Registration is by appointment.


Please call or send a message for more information.   

We’d love to hear from you!

6715 - 20 Avenue Northwest, Edmonton, Alberta
780 916-1422

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