How much will it cost?
You get what you pay for. It’s an old business adage that still rings true. But in music education, it’s not just a weekly music lesson that you’re buying. It is the total package of experience, mentorship and the combined community elements of the program. At The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music. you become a student of not just the individual instructor. The music lesson expands into much more than a half-hour a week for a month or more.
How do you put a price tag on quality? You may be able to find an online video or someone to “teach” you guitar but are they teaching or just showing? The DSRP instructors know how to analyze your playing, explain things in a way that makes sense to your learning style and provide you with opportunities to gain experience. When analyzing the whole package of a music program, some other key elements to assess are:
- Outside Opportunities
- Student Body
You are paying for an education, not just a lesson. That’s not something that every music school or instructor can do for you but it’s what The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music values and strives to provide for it’s community.
Whatever you’re looking for music lessons or band and solo experiences, they can be found at the DSRP. And it is conveniently located at 1109 Washington Avenue in Royal Oak, just off of I-696. Right smack dab in the middle of Metro Detroit.
Stop Practicing… Start Performing®
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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