Oakville's premier music school
Unit 17 - 785 Pacific Road, Oakville, ON L6L 6M3
Drum lessons on kits and Percussion instruments
Guitar lessons featuring classical, rock music and jazz
Piano lessons for all ages classical, and modern
Lessons in music theory and notation
Voice lessons for contemporary, classical, jazz and modern song
(voice, guitar, piano, keyboard, drums, bass guitar...)
Sign up for four 45 min band sessions for only $75 in the fully equipped studio. Give your child or yourself an opportunity to experience a band extravaganza. Kids or adult sessions available.
Do you want to rent a fully equipped studio with high quality instruments for your own band? You can do that in our school for only $60 an hour!!!
Lesson Duration (30, min, 45 min, 60 min) is based on age and level
MK Music Studio is located at 785 Pacific Road, unit 17, Oakville, Ontario
Providing high quality music education.
Music education is one of the most important tools for realizing a child's full intellectual, social, and creative potential. There is a wealth of evidence that indicates that music lessons offer children intellectual benefits that put them ahead of others who do not participate in music education. These advantages include higher grades and IQ scores, a lower propensity to misbehave and a fine-tuning of their sensitivity to emotion in speech.
We offer lessons in studio and in your home. Our students participate in RCM - ABRCM exams, local festivals as Rotary Music Festival, Kiwanis Music Festival, Peel Music Festival and other music events. MK Music Studio teachers are qualified and experienced professionals in their fields and share a love for teaching their discipline. As music teachers, we have the incredible opportunity to educate, inspire, and guide our students, not only in their musical travels, but also on their journey of life.
The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.
Born in Slovak Republic, Marcel Kobielsky began his piano studies at the age of five. He graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Slovakia with 1st degree Honours. Marcel performed pieces such as F. Liszt's Mephisto Waltz No.1, J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations, and S. Prokofiev's Sonata No.7.
He graduated from the University of Comenius in Bratislava with a Masters of Music in Piano Performance under the direction of Ivan Gajan, one of the most well-known pianists in Europe.
He has performed extensively as a piano soloist, chamber musician and accompanist both in recitals and broadcast. Marcel has many years of teaching experience, and currently teaches at MK Music Studio and Appleby College in Oakville.
Michaela Kobielsky graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Slovakia and from the University of Comenius in Bratislava. She holds both Bachelor and Master degree in Piano, Music History and Music Theory. She holds a degree in full Pedagogy qualification as well. Michaela has been playing piano since the age of five, performing as a piano soloist and chamber musician. She found passion in teaching and has many years of teaching experience following Russian technique of mastering the instrument.
Stephanie Wong is currently completing her Bachelor of Music at Wilfrid Laurier University, studying classical voice. She hopes to major in vocal performance and dreams of pursuing a career in opera. While attending her studies, she has also participated in many rotary music festivals for classical voice and musical theatre, including the Hamilton Music Festival, the Oakville Arts Festival, the Brantford Rotary Music Festival—where she won the 2016 "The Voice" award for her winning performances in classical voice and musical theatre. She has also competed in both the classical and musical theatre categories at the OMFA's Ontario provincials for three years in a row. In addition to singing, she has studied piano for 15 years.
Victor H. studied with Humber College guitarist Joel Schwartz, later attended music program at Mohawk College and studied classical guitar under Canadian guitarist Emma Rush and Tim Phelan. As a multi instrumentalist / piano, drums, bass guitar / Victor toured Ontario with different bands and ensembles. Currently plays in the Mark4band and has many years of teaching experience.
Mackenzie Boys-Eddy has studied classical and jazz piano for the past 15 years. He graduated from Humber’s Jazz Performance Program and is currently working on his Bachelor of Music Program at Humber College in the class of Robi Botos (winner of the TD Grand Jazz Award at the 2012 Montreal International Jazz Festival. In 2016, he won the Juno Award for Best Jazz Album of the Year (Solo) for his recording of Movin' Forward). Throughout his career he has performed as a solo act and with various bands, choirs and ensembles throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Mackenzie has performed with well recognized, local musicians such as Jeff Healey, The Downchild Blues Band, Tony Mergel, Studio One Jazz Orchestra and Mark “Bird” Stafford. He is an avid composer and producer, writing and scoring songs in many genres.