Music Lessons!


Guitar - Bass - Ukulele - Drums - Home Recording and Production

Bradley James McGoey specializes in providing fun and engaging music lessons for all ages, drawing from his own experience in multiple musical ventures and his background as a self-styled multi-instrumentalist. If you are looking for an enjoyable introduction to playing music, want to play in a band or around the campfire, or are interested in getting started with home recording and production, feel free to contact for more information regarding rates, dates, and location.

Regent Park School of Music voice student Sabrina Wan, accompanied by faculty member Brad McGoey opened for Choir! Choir! Choir! at Massey Hall in May 2016. Shot by Iron Bay Films.

“My kids both felt thrilled to see Brad every week, and he taught them skills following their lead, encouraging them to stretch their comfort levels and love music."  Jan McCrea, mother of Katie and Connor

“My kids both felt thrilled to see Brad every week, and he taught them skills following their lead, encouraging them to stretch their comfort levels and love music." Jan McCrea, mother of Katie and Connor

“If you have a chance to expose your child or yourself to the personality and the talent of Brad McGoey, I whole heartedly recommend that you do! You will not be disappointed!"  Christine Cairns, mother of Logan

“If you have a chance to expose your child or yourself to the personality and the talent of Brad McGoey, I whole heartedly recommend that you do! You will not be disappointed!" Christine Cairns, mother of Logan


Teaching Bio

Brad McGoey’s journey to becoming a music teacher started simply, by giving lessons to his friends, with the sole purpose of getting them to a point where they could then jam with him and others. An injury forced him to settle in Stratford Ontario from 2012 to 2014, where he got his first official music instructor job at Long and McQuade, which grew into him teaching at 2 locations, building up a large and diverse group of students, and developing his “make music fun” teaching style. From 2015 to 2018 Brad taught at the Regent Park School of Music in Toronto, starting as an eager volunteer before being hired on, and eventually growing to lead guitar groups and ensembles, teach private lessons to kids with special needs, and help develop several programs, including Pianimators and RPSM’s collaboration with Turning Point Youth Services.  While living in Toronto he also taught a seniors ukulele group at Oak Ridges Ridges Community Centre, which grew from 1 class of eight students to 3 classes with over 25 students.

Currently he lives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and teaches music at the Dartmouth Long and McQuade, in addition to a night a week at Moe’s Music School in Windsor.