• Upcoming Events

    Dec
    4
    Sun
    11:00 am Pop up Market @ Cornerstone Music Cafe
    Pop up Market @ Cornerstone Music Cafe
    Dec 4 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Pop up Market @ Cornerstone Music Cafe
    On December 3rd and 4th, Cornerstone Music Cafe and Inspire Project YYC will be hosting a Pop Up Artisan Market. This 2 day event will feature local artisans, music, delicious drinks and spectacular food. It[...]
    2:00 pm Sarah Vann
    Sarah Vann
    Dec 4 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
    Sarah Vann
    Sarah Vann’s music walks a line that she does constantly, between reality and her whimsy of beauty in everyday life. The newly released Deafened is a culmination of old and new songs, of utter simplicity[...]
    Dec
    17
    Sat
    9:00 am Santa is coming to Cornerstone @ Cornerstone Music Cafe
    Santa is coming to Cornerstone @ Cornerstone Music Cafe
    Dec 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Santa is coming to Cornerstone @ Cornerstone Music Cafe
    For a donation for The Magic of Christmas you can get a picture with Santa The Magic of Christmas  History Founded in 1983 From this humble beginning 32 years ago, the Magic of Christmas has[...]
  • About Us

    We have been in business for for over 25 years and give high quality music lessons to all levels and ages of students. We are heavily involved in the music community and hire only professional teachers that understand what it is like to learn an instrument and what it takes to be successful. We offer Piano lessons, guitar lessons, voice lessons, drum lessons and much more. Please check out our lessons page for more detail.

    What We Believe

    First, and most importantly, we believe that music lessons should be fun.  A child’s future can be formed by music, whether they play professionally or casually. We strongly believe that playing music makes all of us better, please read this, it will change your mind if you do not already believe how important paying music is.

     

    Open the Door to Music

    At all costs, music must be enjoyable.  Stories about kids hating music because of a bad teacher or being forced to take lessons do not happen here. Even if a child only takes for a year, it must be positive. There is a very high possibility that a person will pick up an instrument later in life if they even have a few lessons as a child.  

    Open the door, see if they walk through it.