Keyboard Lessons Just for You

This is what we do for over 35 years.

Music Makers Calgary is the perfect place for young kids, teenagers, adults and seniors to take Keyboard lessons. High qualified teachers ready to give you the best learning experience possible, respecting your own pace and ability.

All individual lessons are prepared to fit your needs, being that for deep theoretical understanding or just to learn how to play a specific music that you love.

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Girl playing the keyboard

Benefits of Playing The Keyboard

Beyond the pleasure of it, playing the Keyboard is a lot more than just having a good time. Some studies across Canada and other countries suggest that playing the Keyboard can help with:

  • Boosts self-esteem
  • Increases self-discipline
  • Provides a medium for self-expression
  • Helps with learning at school
  • Makes you smarter
  • Gives you a life-long social and leisure skill
  • You can quickly get started on the home keyboard and give impressive results in a few weeks time
  • Develop a strong sense of harmony; remember you can easily play up to 10 different notes together.
  • You can play solo, or as a one man band, or accompany a singer
  • Built in sequencer to help you hone your recording and improve arranging skills

Enjoy all the benefits of playing the Keyboard.

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Jon Lord, Deep Purple keyboard player

Greatest Players

  • Rick Wright
  • Jordan Rudess
  • Keith Emerson
  • Jon Lord
  • Stevie Wonder
  • Herbie Hancock
  • Rick Wakeman
  • Frank McComb
  • Lonnie Liston Smith
  • Ramsey Lewis
  • Billy Currie


Electronic Keyboards are mostly classified as follow:

Digital Piano

Designed to sound and feel like a real piano, but with extended advantages such as recording, less sensitive to the room’s climate changes, no need to tuning etc.

Stage Piano

The same as the digital piano, but adapted to stage or live band use.


Electronic keyboards that uses various sound synthesis to produce a wide variety of sounds.


Usually called one-man-band, it is used to back accompaniments and has a wide range of sounds. Often played by the left hand.

History of Electronic Synthesizer


Keyboard instruments go back to the 3rd century and there were a great variety of them like hydraulic, pipe organ, clavichord, pianoforte and so on. Pianoforte already had a way to control volume of the sound, after that, the next step to develop electronic keyboard was the invention of electronic sound technology.

The first step was to integrate electricity into the instrument, at that time, only to enhance sound properties and sonic qualities.  The telegraph was the first, in fact, to produce electronic sound by means of a electromagnet circuit’s vibration.

After a number of years of improvements,  adjustments and tests, the first synthesizer keyboard prototype was invented in 1941 by George Jenny called Ondioline. Later, Chamberlin Music Maker and Mellotron developed it further employing mechanisms to play back recording at different speeds. In 1981 the E-mu emulator was able to digital store samples and play them back.

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