Lambda School of Music and Fine Arts Welcomes you!
Lambda School has been established since 2008. With a panel of fine administrators and professors, we have successfully helped countless students achieve their potential.
Whether you plan to start by exploring music and arts lessons, continue you journey in developing your skills in a musical instrument, or look to face the full challenges of music performance (examinations, auditions, competitions) - we have the right program for you.
Unlike many conservatories and institutions, which select students based on their current achievements - at Lambda, we do not select our students. Rather, we provide the best pedagogical approaches and teaching to nurture our students from beginner levels to concert levels. Our success rates for CEGEP auditions, RCM examinations, national and international competitions are all 100%.
Not only do we have a track record of great success in helping students achieve and feel rewarded, but we have way surpassed their expectations! We help our students love music and fly with it!
Our goal is not to train young concert artists (although many of them have achieved a high performance level within a very short duration of learning). Rather, we hope to develop in our students a sense of grit, purpose, diligence, stamina, focus, dedication, commitment and work ethics. Growing up with these attitudes enable students to extrapolate their learning approach to their academic studies and future endeavors.
LISTEN TO OUR YOUNG STUDENTS PERFORM
Lambda Piano Student, Ziqi Fu ( 7 years old ) First Prize Winner, 100% Absolute Prize Winner, Most Talented Young Artist Award - Winner of Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition 2018 - Invited to Italy (Rome) to perform at Parco della Musica on 18th December 2018.
7 years old Miya Peng - First Prize Winner of Crescendo International Competition 2018 - invited to New York for the second time to perform at Carnegie Hall in January 2019. Miya is playing Haydn's Sonata in C major Hob. 50 (Third movement)
Lambda Piano Student, Steven Mingxuan Shen (9 years old) First Prize Winner of Crescendo International Competition 2019, invited to New York Carnegie Hall to perform on the 27th January 2019. This is the second time he is invited to perform at Carnegie Hall.
Below: Lambda Piano students, Victoria Mo and Kiana Ngai (Duo) - First Prize Winner of Crescendo International Competition 2019
Lawrence Au performing Chopin's Andante Spianato - First Prize Winner of Crescendo International Competition
Below: Brianne Ye performing Chopin Scherzo No.2 in B flat minor - Winner of Crescendo International Competition 2018
Below: Louis Leping Wang - First Prize Winner of Crescendo International Competition 2018 - performing Khatchaturian Toccata