Our Music Lessons

Currently we offer Guitar lessons from beginner and upward.

Tuition and Fees

Our teaching year consists of 3 semesters, with breaks at Christmas and Easter.

Guitar is $25 per 1/2 hour lesson (Lesson length may be adjusted to accommodate your needs, prices will be affected accordingly)

Registration Fee (per year) $25 for the first member of a family and $10 per each additional family member.

Registration is required before lessons commence. Registration is available on our website or by calling the office.

An adult must sign the registration form after reading and agreeing to our policies. Fees are due at the time of registration. Payment schedules are available upon request.


Tyson Kraul - Guitar Lessons

Tyson began his musical journey by taking classical piano lessons at the age of 6 and discovered the guitar at 13.  Tyson was involved in a couple bands through his teen years and devoted a lot of time to playing in church and at summer camp.  Tyson received musical training from Hillsong College in Australia and Columbia Bible College in Abbotsford, BC.  Lessons will cover styles and genres of music from worship music to folk/country/blues to pop/rock to classical/jazz and beyond!  Tyson will give you the building blocks for playing and learning songs on your own.  

Lewis Frere - Guitar Lessons, Due to Covid-19 Lewis has decided to not teach until such a time as he feels comfortable.

Lewis’ musical career began at 15 with “The Frere Family Band in Trochu, AB. RDC Music College later followed, then Recording Arts College, and a few years in the trenches with a road band from Pittsburgh. In 1993 he discovered Rosebud, helped write the music for Chickens, joined the “Rosebud River Valley Boys”, then “Lewis and Royal”. Concerts, playing at Dances, and acting in various productions continue to be among his main passions. Lewis is a singer/guitar player specializing in accompaniment for students interested in folk/rock/country styles. Lessons will largely focus on learning chords and playing by ear; equipping students to confidently play alone, or perform in front of people for campfire, leading worship or any public performance.


If you are an instructor and would like to offer lessons within our community

please contact us.