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2762 Princess St
Kingston, Ontario, K7P 2W6
Lesson Centre: Phone or Text (613) 384-9226
Store Phone: (613) 384-9225
Fax: (613) 384-9227


Lesson Centre Email: kingstonlessons@long-mcquade.com
Store Email: kingston@long-mcquade.com

Lesson Centre Hours
Monday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Tuesday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Wednesday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Thursday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Friday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday: CLOSED


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This Location Offers:

Private Lessons

Group Lessons

Rock Skool group program - September through June. For ages 10-16 with basic experience on their instrument. Join a band, practice each week, learn some great rock songs together, and take the stage for real-world performances! Call the lesson desk at (613) 384-9225 for registration details.

Rock skool

Summer camps

Our Guitar Teachers:

Brittany Smith - voice, guitar, ukulele music lessons in Kingston

Brittany Smith (voice, guitar, ukulele)

Brittany has years of experience writing, performing and recording music with numerous bands across a wide range of genres. She has been teaching voice, guitar and songwriting since 2011 and recently added ukulele to her teaching repertoire.
Brittany's relaxed voice teaching style blends classical and modern techniques with encouragement and positivism to bring out the best in her students. She works with guitar and uke students on chording, rhythm and accompaniment.
Brittany's rate for a half hour private lesson is $23.

David Lavallee - guitar, voice, bass, drums music lessons in Kingston

David Lavallee (guitar, voice, bass, drums)

David has been teaching individual and group classes at our location for well over 10 years. His dual diploma education, extensive experience in live and studio band performance and his multi-instrumental approach to instruction led him to establish the Rock Skool summer camps in 2005 and the 10-month Rock Skool program in 2010. David inspires his students to put their musical aspirations into action by providing a fun and invested mentorship tailored to each student's individual goals. His rate for a half hour private lesson is $23.

Dylan Phillips - guitar, voice, ukulele, theory, songwriting music lessons in Kingston

Dylan Phillips (guitar, voice, ukulele, theory, songwriting)

Dylan studied classical guitar and songwriting at Carleton University's Bachelor of Music program in Ottawa, Ontario. There he studied classical, jazz and composition with notable performers such as Roddy Elias, Gary Elliott and Mark Ferguson, and songwriting with Juno award winner Ian Tamblyn. Dylan performs in festivals and venues across Ontario and Quebec. Teaching since 2006, Dylan has become a versatile and passionate instructor. He seeks to instill his students with confidence and enthusiasm for music, while developing strong fundamentals and good habits. Watching a students growth is his most gratifying experience.
Dylan's rate for a half hour private lesson is $22.

Jeremy Daw - bass, guitar music lessons in Kingston

Jeremy Daw (bass, guitar)

Jeremy grew up in a musical family where he was always around the recording studio or touring with his parents. A graduate of Humber College's Music program, he studied under such artists as Mike Downes (Juno Award Winner), Rik Emmett (Triumph), & Lenny Boyd. Since completing his schooling in 2002, Jeremy has performed on over 150 studio albums (2 Juno nominated) and has performed over 1000 concerts in 25 countries with a wide array of groups and artists. Jeremy’s teaching style combines fun, flexibility, skill building, theory, and an overall well-roundedness into a complete customized package for each individual student and his rate for a half hour private lesson is $23.

Matt Baetz - guitar music lessons in Kingston

Matt Baetz (guitar)

Matt studied audio engineering at the Ontario Institute of Audio Recording Technology and has been the owner of Longshot Records recording studio since 1997. As recording engineer/producer he has worked with many local and international artists in a wide variety of styles to produce albums, videos, and voice-overs for film. He also appears regularly as a guitarist for a variety of artists, performing at local and international venues. Matt has been teaching both electric and acoustic guitar for over 15 years, specializing in pop, rock, country and folk music. His rate for a half hour private lesson is $23.

Mauricio Montecinos - guitar, ukulele, mandolin, percussion music lessons in Kingston

Mauricio Montecinos (guitar, ukulele, mandolin, percussion)

Mauricio is a Classical Guitar Graduate from the Carolina Klagges Music Conservatory, Chile. He has a Bachelor degree in teaching special education, specializing in learning disorders and music therapy. Mauricio furthered his study of Flamenco, Latin Jazz and World Music at various music conferences and workshops in Chile and Canada, and has performed as a soloist and in ensembles with his large Latin Fusion Band in festivals in Chile, Argentina, Dominican Republic and in Canada across Ontario and Quebec. He has been teaching music since 1986 in elementary, secondary, and university institutions and given master classes in Argentina, Chile, and Canada. Mauricio's rate for a half hour private lesson is $25.

Mike Kidd - guitar, banjo, ukulele, mandolin music lessons in Kingston

Mike Kidd (guitar, banjo, ukulele, mandolin)

Mike is a skilled musician who has been teaching guitar professionally in Kingston for the past 10 years. He studied music at St. Lawrence College and continues to study with some of the most skilled players in town. Mike is passionate about sharing his love of music with the community and his biggest joy is seeing his students develop into fine musicians. His rate for a half hour private lesson is $23.

Tyson Sullivan - guitar, ukulele, voice music lessons in Kingston

Tyson Sullivan (guitar, ukulele, voice)

Tyson graduated with distinction from the Music and Digital Media Program of St. Lawrence College in 2016, studying under mentors Dr. Adrienne Shannon, Dr. Joy Innis and vocal teacher Barbara Szarek. His main foci during school were in theory, music analysis and voice. Revered for his stage presence and musicianship, he has been actively preforming in a variety of venues across Ontario since 2008. Tyson has over 15 years experience with ukulele and guitar and enjoys teaching in a wide range of styles. His rate for a private half-hour lesson is $22.