Music Makes Your Brain Work Better!
Barbara Filgate-Cobham of All Keyed Up Music LessonsDebbie Ross of All Keyed Up Music Lessons
Piano, Voice, Recorder, Kazoo and Music Theory Lessons

Physically, the study of music makes connections
between the hemispheres of your brain, improving
coordination, language skills and memory.

The best time to begin music lessons is when the
student is excited to do so - at any age!

Introducing new Student Teacher, Jessica Baldwin.
A new reason to get All Keyed Up!

Debbie at All Keyed Up Music Lessons now have two studios - the Grand Studio and the Blue Studio at the Minto Road location. She welcomes students of all ages, teaching the basics of music in an entertaining fashion, focusing on encouraging each student to create the music he or she likes at a comfortable pace.

Whether you are a parent or grandparent researching music lessons for a child or thinking about doing something you’ve “Always Wanted" this is the place to begin.
Students at All Keyed Up Music Lessons
Debbie Ross has been teaching piano, recorder, kazoo, and music theory since 1995

All Keyed Up Music Lessons offers private classes in west Courtenay and group sessions at various locations throughout the Comox Valley, including the Evergreen Seniors’ Centre and Courtenay Recreation throughout the year. Here is the Schedule.

Ready to enrich your life, reduce your stress, and do something to make you feel sharper and more alive? Click for the Studio Details to answer some of your specific questions. Then, call Debbie to learn more and to schedule your COMPLIMENTARY FIRST LESSON so you can make music the way that you've always wanted to.


"Music gives a soul to the universe,
wings to the mind,
flight to the imagination,
and life to everything."
~ Plato ~

"I think music in itself is healing.
It's an explosive expression of humanity.
It's something we are all touched by.
No matter what culture we're from,
everyone loves music."
~ Billy Joel ~

"Music expresses that which cannot
be said and on which it is impossible
to be silent."
~Victor Hugo (1802 - 1885) ~

Gently Encouraging » Fun » Inspiring
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