Anyone can watch a YouTube video and try to pick up the fingering to Stairway to Heaven. But having a teacher walk you through it and stave off bad playing habits while learning proper techniques is, well – priceless. A music teacher instructs, nurtures and develops talent through encouragement and experience. They take you where you are and polish your talents or help build skills.
Some students may be better nurtured in a group experience where they learn from each other and their instructor. Band rehearsals, live shows, recordings and TV shows/videos can help motivate students to learn and participate.
Your musical experience may be filled with one style of music but by attempting and/or conquering other styles, your own “musical chops” become sharper and more professional. Step out of your Rock zone and think about jazz. Maybe bluegrass or country can unlock some hidden talent lurking in your inner rock musician. A jaunt through a blues scale or some soulful soul music can open a musician to experiences needed to unleash that musician inside.
At The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music (DSRP), Executive Producer Jason Gittinger and his qualified and unique staff can help you weigh the private and group styles of experiences and their importance to you that will help refine your talent.
Whatever you’re looking for in music lessons and experiences, can be found at the DSRP.
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For more information, contact the DSRP at (888) 988-ROCK (7625), go online – www.DetroitSchoolOfRockAndPop.com or make an appointment to visit 1109 South Washington in Royal Oak, Michigan.
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