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Snider School Of Music –

coastlinefolkLearn the music you always wanted to learn in a relaxed, music-minded atmosphere in the heart of North Toronto.  All of our music lessons are private (1 on 1) and are held in our newly renovated, spacious studios.  There’s no registration fee for new students, and all levels and ages are welcome.  Snider School of Music has evolved from its inception in 1949 when Dave Snider opened his first music studio near Bathurst & Bloor. Now, we are proud to teach over 750 students a week and take pride in our dynamic and diverse teaching staff.  Browse through our teacher list and find one who’s right for you!!

Online Schedule –

Screen Shot 2014-01-04 at 2.19.28 PMWe are proud to introduce our new online lesson schedule.  Here, you will find all the available lesson times for all of our teachers.  We have found that this calendar helps choosing a lesson time incredibly easy! If you have a day or time in mind for a lesson, you simply check out our calendar to see if we have an available teacher at that time.  Our schedules are divided into:
1. Guitar/Bass/Mandolin/Ukulele  2. Piano/Vocal  3. Brass/Woodwinds  4. Violin/Viola/Cello  5. Drums.  If you find the right time, be sure to give us a call as these times don’t last very long!!

Lessons for everyone!

Learn what you always wanted to learn in a relaxed, music-minded atmosphere in the heart of North Toronto.

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Check out our Tutorial Videos

Amazing video section full of educational video tutorials & performances, all done by Snider’s students and faculty.

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Learn about Snider’s history

Snider Music is one of the only family owned music schools in the city. Read all about our incredible journey.

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A great selection of acoustic & electric guitars. Seagull, Art & Lutherie, Alvarez & Beaver Creek

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Robert Labell breaks down a solo guitar arrangement for Hotel California by The Eagles.
As Robert explains it, “This is a composite arrangement”. In essence, it’s a perfect version for a solo guitar player.