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The Dallas School of Music

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The Dallas School of Music offers private music lessons to all ages and skill levels, for any instrument! The world renowned faculty teach everything from voice, to guitar, to piano, to drums, to violin and so much more. The facilities are exceptional, with beautiful individual studios, a coffee cafe open to all, and a comfortable and enjoyable waiting area. DSM is perfect for home-schoolers as they are not only open after school, but throughout the day starting at 9 am! Give your kid a break from math, and let them learn music. It will allow them to channel that energy and creativity all while continuing to work their brains to prepare them for more learning later! (Plus, music is mathematical, so they will only THINK they’re getting a break from math. It’s also a study of history, reading, movement, and most of all, self-discipline.)

Not in Dallas? They offer online lessons as well!!

Lessons are a half hour or an hour, once a week recommended, though more is always welcome!

Resources: Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)
Area served:Dallas, Addison, Farmer’s Branch
Location:14376 Proton Rd, Dallas, TX 75244, USA

The Dallas School of Music

14376 Proton Rd, Dallas, TX 75244, USA

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