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Group Guitar

Group Guitar

Intros include guitar rental!

From beginner to advanced, our group guitar programs give you the knowledge and skill to become a serious shredder!

Kindermusik at VCPA

Kindermusik at VCPA

One of the worlds most renowned early childhood music programs!

Children thrive on music. It’s one of the best vehicles for learning in early childhood development. Kindermusik takes musical learning to the next level; our curriculum is proven to improve a child’s brain development. And for parents, it’s a fun thing to do with kids!

Music Funtime

Music Funtime

Toddlers love to explore and experience music!

Toddlers love to explore and experience! Music Funtime provides a quick paced, structured musical learning environment where children and the people that love them sing, dance and play instruments. Children 14-36 months are introduced to music concepts while gaining exposure to various instruments, including the piano and violin.…

Kids Keyboard Adventures

Kids Keyboard Adventures

Includes Piano to use at home for 2 months!

From piano basics, creative games, and ensemble playing to rudiments in composition, this exciting program has everything for the young piano student. Learning piano is fun!

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Early Childhood Music Programs at Visionary College

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Popstars - Group Vocal Performance Singing Lessons

VCPA students continue to shine all over the Edmonton Area!

Drowsy Chaperone at Leduc Composite High School

Jason Dauvin, a musical theatre and vocal student at Visionary Centre for the Performing Arts South has landed the role of "Robert" at Leduc Composite High School's production of "The Drowsy Chaperone" which runs December 15, 16, and 17. Tickets are available at 1-780-986-2248.

Jason Dauvin at VCPA stars in

VCPA Students in Charlotte's Web

VCPA Students in Charlotte's Web at Festival Place

In Sherwood Park VCPA students will be taking the stage in "Charlottes Web"  presented by Festival Players for Kids from February 17-20.  Sofiya Chvojka as “Wilbur”, Victoria Burman as "Owl"  Cooper Walsh as “Gander” and Violet Penney as “Spider”.

September has always been a very busy month for VCPA families, but this September was one of the most eventful months to date!

The weekend of Sept 10 was the Bluequill Community League Party in the Park, and there were performances by Sara Sheydwasser, Morgan Peters, Dante Fecteau, Hannah Adamson, Cyra Paddon, Robin Sabiston-Ciseck, D N T (Deanna Missins and Taylor Hambly) the band "Seizure Fuel".

September 11 was the VCPA South Edmonton Open house, with an outstanding turnout of 400 in attendance.
September 16 Hailey Benedict was invited onstage at the Keith Urban concert at Rogers place where she wowed everyone with her performance of her original "Clean Slate".

September 17 Emily Levine, Cyra Paddon, Hannah Adamson, Abbie Mota and  D N T  performed at the Art in the Park event at John Ramsey Park.

September 24 was the AGLC Community Connections event at St. Albert Centre, which had an amazing lineup of talent including Hailey Benedict, Emerson Brent, Matthew Baba, Justin Hogg, D N T, Abbie Mota, Jessy Mossop.
September 25 in Bon Accord at the Equinox Celebration, Sofiya Chvokja performed and was able to meet and take a photo with colonel Chris Hadfield, the famous astronaut!
September 29 at the Bay Fashion Event, Brenda Dirk, Summer Fraleigh, D N T, Abbie Mota and Jenna Poirier shared their talents with the shoppers.

September 29 was also the first Open Jam and launch of our new program "The Band Factory". I don't think I have seen so many happy teenagers, than the ones on that stage creating new music and playing some familiar tunes.

VCPA alumni Lia Cole (formerly Julia Nicholson) launched her new website, complete with new music. 
VCPA alumni Andrea Shipka, Rebecca Lappa, Katrina Ying. Melanie Galbreath and Lia Cole are now all attending the music program at Grant MacEwan University.

Taylor Hambly's video "Friend Zone" reached over 86,000 views in September!

Hailey Benedict was in Calgary recording "Clean Slate" which is set to be released this fall.

Lia Cole and Hailey Benedict were featured guests on Edmonton unplugged, which will be aired daily at 2:00 and 11:30pm on Channel 10.

 I know that i have missed some events, but wow, this was a great month or VCPA and judging from events that are lined up in the upcoming months, this is going to be a milestone year. What a great way to launch our new name! Welcome to Visionary Centre for the Performing Arts. We are truly dedicated to providing high quality training and performance opportunities for students of all ages!

If you have an community groupVisionary Centre for the Performing Arts Student Hailey Benedict performing onstage at Keith Urban Concert or business that would like to have our Visionary Young Stars perform, please contact Carolina De Rio at 780 803-8300 or Martha Livingstone at 780 460-4430

Families and community; that is the core of Visionary Centre for Performing Arts. A place where friends and family connect while discovering the limitless creative expression and joy of music. There are a multitude of group programs and private music lessons that can help meet the needs of everyone from the beginner hobby musician to the individual focused on a career in music.

Beginning with an early childhood program ignites the spark, a life long love of music. VCPA offers group programs as varied as the students that take them. Each program is specifically designed to produce results in performing arts learning in dance, acting, or music and encourage long term development and a passion for the arts.

With two locations in greater Edmonton, Visionary Centre for the Performing Arts has grown to become the best performing arts facilities in Western Canada producing award winning students.

Visionary Centre for Performing Arts
St. Albert - #30, 580 St. Albert Trail, St. Albert
South Edmonton - 2804 Calgary Trail NW, Edmonton

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Early Childhood Blog

Private or Group Lessons for Preschool Children?

Are private or group lessons better for preschool children?

This is a questions that consistently comes up as parents are looking for the best program for their child. For  children up to age six  I absolutely recommend group lessons over private lessons. Children learn best in an interactive dynamic environment where they are having fun.  In a group lesson they learn so many skills that become invaluable for their whole lives. Preschool music literacy programs develop the musical ear, contribute to brain development and build a solid foundation for music. In a group program, children learn to create music with other people which is both rewarding and educational. Group piano or singing lessons encourage practise habits, as students are motivated to practise by the other children in the class. 
Music is a lifelong pursuit, the journey is just as important as the destination.

-Martha Livingstone
Director of Early Childhood Programs
Visionary College