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Tiny Guitars is a weekly guitar program for children aged 8-12. Students will experience ground up musical training taught by an experienced guitar teacher.


Group guitar class runs every Monday

beginning Sept. 26 2022 from 5:30pm-6:30pm.

Our goal is to provide a rich and comprehensive music education to children in an equitable, inclusive, and safe environment based on compassion and respect. We seek to instill a love and appreciation for music, encourage teamwork and collaboration through the ensemble experience, and foster discipline and achievement through the study of the guitar. 


The curriculum includes chord playing, sight reading, ear training, and solo and ensemble playing. Repertoire will include a wide variety of musical styles with special emphasis on Canadian artists and composers. Students will experience private lessons, group guitar classes, ensemble rehearsals on a weekly basis, and a chance to perform in the beautiful acoustic of Grace Church on the Hill twice a year.


All classes, instruments, books, and accessories at no cost to students and their families. All classes are conducted in person, socially distanced  in the gym at Grace Church on the Hill. Masks are worn at all times and all staff are double vaccinated. 


Sign up Now! Registration now open for 2022/23

Tiny Guitars Sign up Form


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Nathan Hiltz (B.Mus, M.Mus)  is a jazz guitarist and professor of music at Humber College. He has taught guitar to people of all ages for over 20 years for institutions including Merriam School of Music, Dixon Hall, and the Regent Park School of Music. Nathan has performed with Alex Pangman, The Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and The Boss Brass among others. For more information on Nathan visit

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