Location and Facilities

We want everything about Midtown Music School to be the best experience, from when you arrive to during your lesson and afterward.

Lots of Free Parking, Great Location

Midtown Music School has free lot and street parking in a brightly-lit residential neighbourhood. If you choose to take public transit, routes 34, 51, 54, 56 and 100 buses from Eglinton Station all come to the school. There’s a bus stop literally right outside the front door! We are a 10-15 minute walk to Yonge and Eglinton.

Lots to Do While You Wait

For families, Midtown Music School is a great place to be while lessons are happening. We have waiting a central waiting area, with tables for other students to do homework. Parents are free to run their errands at the local grocery store a block away, while amazing one-of-a-kind shops and boutiques are close by on both Bayview Avenue and Mount Pleasant Road.

Lots to Do in the Lesson

Of course, the lesson areas are the main focus at Midtown Music School. Our rooms are bright, spacious and tuned to your musical needs. Our pianos are some of the best instruments you will find in a private music school. Additionally, we feature a recording area for feedback and live-off-the-floor recordings inclusing our new recording program The Rec Room, a vast music library accessible by tablet computers (which is annotable and can be emailed to individual students - not to mention never having lost music!) and excellent amplifiers from Peavey and Mesa.

Lots to Do Afterward

Being in midtown TorontoMidtown Music School has many amenities nearby. The shops, cafes and restaurants are some of the highest-rated in the city. Mount Pleasant villiage or Bayview is steps away, and the hustle and bustle of Yonge and Eglinton is only a 10-15 minute walk. Let your music lesson be a fun, relaxing part of your weekly schedule!

New & notable

What's new

Online Lessons Now Available!

Midtown Music School has now successfully transitioned to a fully-online model for all our programs. We have successfully adapted all our lessons for remote learning, including all instruments, theory, even digital music production!

Coronavirus Update, An Open Letter

This is David Stone, Director of Midtown Music School. As we all have seen, circumstances have changed dramatically. All schools in Ontario will be closed for three weeks, all major sports leagues are cancelled, Broadway is going dark until April 12th.  It is important during these uncertain - and unprecedented - times that we do our part to continue to live our lives as normally as possible.

With this in mind, the staff and I at Midtown Music School are going to do our utmost to help keep music as a regular part of your lives. In advance of these upcoming weeks, I wanted to help get everyone on board with how we will be able to keep the music going.