Lauzon Music is located at 1345 Wellington Street West (between Holland Avenue and Island Park Drive) in Ottawa, Ontario. For those who are interested, our teachers are qualified to prepare students for all Royal Conservatory music examinations.All lessons are private.
Our teaching rooms are specially designed, and sound-insulated to provide students with a quiet and private learning environment. Piano students will enjoy instruction on brand new  pianos, which are tuned and serviced regularly. As one of the most popular instruments in the world, the piano has evolved through different styles of music.
Our piano and guitar teachers are highly motivated and genuinely enjoy the process of helping others learn.
Whether you are a child or adult beginner or already know the basics, our teachers are eager to help you improve. A pioneer of soul, blues, gospel, and country music, Ray Charles has become one of the most loved and respected names in music history. Ray Charles Robinson was born on September 23, 1930, in Albany, Georgia, to Aretha and Bailey Robinson. In the early years of his career, Ray was known to emulate Nat King Cole, both in vocal style and in piano playing.
Ray Charles, with ABC records, was one of the first artists to receive complete creative control, an annual $50,000 advance, ownership of his own masters, and higher royalties than he was promised: one of the most liberal artist deals in history. This revival led to a constant string of touring, awards, appearances, and record sales for the rest of Ray’s career.

Ray had a unique approach to playing the piano, since he learned the instrument after completely going blind. For the convenience of students and their families we have also built a waiting room near the teaching area, where one can relax in comfortable and pleasant surroundings. From classical music to jazz music to contemporary music, artists like Mozart, Ray Charles, Glenn Gould, and Harry Connick Jr have revolutionized the art of the piano. Research has shown that children who study music have actually achieved higher math and SAT scores.
If you have a specific interest in music style (jazz, classical, rock or contemporary), Lauzon Music’s Guitar School will connect you with a teacher that will further your skills in that area. After his 1960 release, Genius + Soul = Jazz, Ray switched his career from writing original music to being an interpreter of others’ work.
He became one of the most loved and wildly popular artists in America and abroad; Ray Charles continued to perform and record up until his death on June 10, 2004 in Los Angeles.
Dynamic and definitive, Ray’s playing is 100% from the soul, though extremely technically competent.
Our lessons are available in a variety of styles including classic, rock, pop, jazz, blues and more. It is one of the most popular instruments in the world and has revolutionized the music industry and created guitar gods such as Jimmy Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Carlos Santana.
His mother was a devout Christian, so Ray spent much of his childhood in a local Baptist church. Between 1954 and 1959, Ray recorded nonstop with Atlantic, where he cut many popular jazz and blues recordings while enjoying a successful touring career.

He has earned a spot on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has won dozens of Grammys, and has a statue of his likeness in his home town of Albany, Georgia. After many more chart-topping hits through 1965, Ray’s career came to a halt due to drug abuse and possible prison time.
The 1970s was a decade of revival for Ray’s career, with appearances in movies and television shows like The Blues Brothers and Saturday Night Live. At his concerts, Ray played a huge variety of styles as a piano player: big band arrangements, blues, gospel, jazz, and funk were all under his fingers as the night went by. By watching Pit, Ray began to learn piano, but began to lose his eyesight to glaucoma soon after the death of his brother, George; he was completely blind by the age of seven.
Ray left school after his mother died and moved to Jacksonville, where he began playing in clubs with local bands. As a singer Ray is categorized as a baritone, though on a few recordings he is heard singing up to three octaves in range.
He continued this as he moved around Florida and wound up in Tampa, where he played steadily with the Florida Playboys. During his stint with the Playboys, Ray began wearing sunglasses and dropped his last name, to just Ray Charles. In 1953 Swingtime Records went under, but Ahmet Ertegun of Atlantic Records signed Ray to a recording contract.

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