Whether you’re a beginner, an experienced clarinet musician,or just looking to learn a new instrument, the West Island conservatory of music offers expert individual and group clarinet lessons for both adults and children in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Clarinet is the Instrument of Choice for Many People
For many school aged children enrolled in a required music class who are not able to fully grasp the ivory of the piano, harmonize, stay in key or use a string or bass type instrument, the clarinet is usually the instrument of choice. This is mainly because the clarinet is one of the easiest instruments to learn. In fact, just about anyone can learn how to play the clarinet – it is cheap – and extremely portable in comparison to many other musical instruments.
Make no mistake, if you purchase a cheap dollar store clarinet, it is highly unlikely that you will ever produce the kind of crisp clean sounds that you are looking for, however for a beginner, it is a great alternative when you are simply trying to discover if playing the clarinet is something that you want to continue pursuing on a full time basis.
Deciding on whether or not clarinet lessons are required depends on a number of different factors.
First and foremost, you must decide if you are learning to play the clarinet just for the love of it, because school requires you to or because you want to actively pursue a professional music career.
This decision will make a difference in the number of hours and level of commitment that you will need to have in regards to your clarinet lessons. Secondly, you will have to decide if you’re going to play solo, in a band, small group or large orchestra. This decision may effect the style and genre of music being played. Once these things have been decided on, it is easier to make a more informed decision about the future of the clarinet lessons that you will need.
We offer a huge amount of different courses for clarinet players, but don’t worry we will help you make the best choice for your individual needs.
There are many reasons why people take music lessons and while it may not be necessary to take clarinet lessons Montreal to learn how to play, if you do, you will benefit by learning a great deal more about the clarinet, its history, and music in general. If you are considering a career in clarinet playing or any any other instrument for that matter you will definitely need to take lessons in order to become better at it.
If you simply want help to pass your school or college entrance music exams, we do that too.
The truth is, you can learn to play the clarinet on your own, but you cannot learn to master it without the guidance of a trained professional.