Whether you’re an aspiring instrumentalist, a budding rock star, or a parent seeking the perfect introduction to music for your toddler, WIMA has a program tailored just for you.

Choose the Right Music Lesson for You

If you’re looking for a music lesson in Montreal, explore our diverse lessons designed to cater to individual preferences, skill levels, and learning styles.

Private Lessons: Indulge in Personalized Excellence

Elevate your musical skills with our private lessons tailored to your specific goals and pace. These sessions offer a personalized approach and lesson plan that allows for in-depth focus and accelerated progress.

Whether you prefer in-person instruction or the flexibility of online learning, our expert instructors are dedicated to helping you reach your musical aspirations from the comfort of your own space

Group Lessons: Harmony in Community Learning

Experience the joy of making music together through our group lessons. Perfect for those who thrive in a communal setting, these sessions foster collaboration, camaraderie, and a shared passion for music.

Adult Lessons: It’s Never Too Late to Learn

At WIMA Music Academy, we recognize that the love for music knows no age limit. Our adult lessons are tailored to suit adult learners’ specific needs and preferences. Our instructors are dedicated to providing a supportive and encouraging atmosphere where adults can rediscover the joy of music at their own pace.




Guitar Lessons

Lessons for all levels & styles

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Piano Lessons

Pop music or Conservatory program: WIMA adapts to fit your goals

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Singing Lessons

WIMA gives you the tools too develop your talent within the parameters of the art form

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Drum Lessons

Improve your sense of rhythm and your technique, no matter your style!

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Flute / Trumpet / Saxophone Lessons

Whether you are beginner or advanced, our lessons let you express your o...

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Violin Lessons

Whatever you want to play, together we will make each lesson fun!

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Bass Lessons

Bring your bass, sheet music and let's start rocking!

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What Will You Learn During Your Music Lesson?

At WIMA, when we offer any music lesson in Montreal, our approach revolves around catering to the individual needs of our students. Our team is dedicated to imparting the skills necessary for students to play the songs they aspire to master.

Find a Teacher that Suits You for Your Music Lesson

Explore our personalized approach to teacher selection for a tailored and enriching learning experience.

Expertise Matching

Our diverse team of instructors brings expertise in various musical genres when offering a music lesson. Whether you’re inclined towards classical compositions, violin lessons, or jazz improvisation, we ensure that we match you with a teacher whose proficiency aligns with your musical preferences.

Teaching Style Compatibility

Each teacher at WIMA has a unique teaching style, ranging from structured and disciplined to creative and laid-back. We encourage students to explore private music lessons and find a teacher whose approach aligns with their preferred learning atmosphere.

We strive to create a harmonious space where the love for music is nurtured and individual aspirations are met with personalized guidance. From tailored lessons and diverse instructors to online lessons and inclusive rates, our commitment is to make music education accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

What is a good age to start music lessons?

WIMA recommends commencing violin and piano lessons between the ages of 4 and 5, while the optimal starting age for voice lessons is around 7 to 8 years old. For drums, guitar, and bass, it is advisable to begin lessons between 8 and 10 years old.

How often should I have music lessons?

The frequency of music lessons can vary based on individual preferences, goals, and schedules. However, a general guideline is to have at least one music lesson each week for a consistent and structured approach to learning.

How much does a music lesson cost?

The cost for 30-minute lessons is $30, 45-minute lessons are $45, and 1-hour lessons are $52. These lesson rates are then multiplied by the number of weeks in the semester, and taxes are included.