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The wealthiest kids are poor without music education
All ages, all levels, convenient location, private instruction on:
Music is for all, not just for most musically or intellectually gifted
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Music - making develops:
Physical skills: gross and fine motor co-ordination
Personal skills: Self-discipline, responsibility, social skills, cooperation, positive self-concept
Music: An excellent way to acquire life shaping skills
Aleksandar Cvetanov
Kiwanis 2015
First place
Peel Music Festival 2015
Second, Second and Third Place
We are proud to inform you that our student Daniel Johnson is the recipient of the 2014 Gold Medal for Grade 1 Trumpet in Ontario at the Royal Conservatory of Music
Music-making is:
because music can express wide range of feelings and thoughts
because making music can simultaneously engage thought processes that are linguistic, spatial, kinesthetic, scientific, mathematical and sensory
because the activities require a large range of gross and fine motor coordination
because there are opportunities for the development of self-discipline and self-worth as students participate and have successful experiences
because part of the music making process requires cooperation, interaction with and respect for the contribution of others
Oakville Conservatory of Music
Newspaper: "Oakville Beaver" February 12, 2015
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Stefan Antic - piano - Gold , Silver
Stefan Antic - vocal - Silver, Silver 
Riley Fung-Ernst - piano - Bronze
Benjamin Jarvis-Frain - piano - Bronze
Luka Perkovic - piano - Silver
Aleksandar Cvetanov - guitar - Gold, Gold
Dejan Petrinjac - piano - Bronze
Angela Cvetkovik - piano - Silver
Zoey Mason - piano - Bronze
Lexi Mason - piano - Gold, Gold
Olivia Thompson - piano - Bronze
The program encourages participation, listening, creativity and personal music growth

We emphasize the fundamentals
of music as well as encourage exploration and creativity