325 Bosworth St.
The Music Corner, conveniently located in the Cornerstone Arts & Culture Centre and within walking distance of both schools, offers children and adults an opportunity to learn and develop musically. Each week two local teachers offer lessons in a variety of disciplines.
Marilyn Lazorko, offers lessons “classical” piano, theory, singing, and speech arts, as well as music arranging skills using digital (electronic) piano and keyboard technology, with popular music as its resource. In addition, she teaches accordion. She is in the Music Corner studio on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Linda Burns teaches at the Music Corner on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays throughout the teaching year. She offers piano lessons to young beginners in the Suzuki style (learning by ear), as well as private piano and theory lessons. Mrs. Burns serves the Wynyard district as the examination center coordinator for theory exams through the Royal Conservatory of Music and practical piano examination through the Canadian National Conservatory of Music.
Both teachers help prepare students for a variety of community performance opportunities including the Quill Plains Music Festival each year, and for theory and practical examinations with the Royal Conservatory of Music(RCM), Conservatory Canada(CC) and the Canadian National Conservatory of Canada(CNCM).
For more information on specific programs, dates, fees, and/or to register, please contact the teacher of your choice.
Marilyn Lazorko (h) 306-576-2336, (c) 306-554-7847
Linda Burns (h) 306-554-2940, (c) 306-554-7273
The Music Corner Parents Association was formed in the spring of 2014 to answer the need for music education continuity in our community. This group seeks to raise awareness about the benefit of music education, to help provide support for the current teachers in studio and to help recruit new teaching talent in the future as needed. We value the long-term benefits of music instruction and want to make sure it is possible for our community's adults and children to take advantage of a progressive music education in the foreseeable future.
Last modified: May 18, 2017