Musicians run the gamut of talent and success but who can best hone the talent you have? You’re here because you’re either a great Google searcher or you’ve got some interest in harnessing your musical talent. Maybe both.
But Why are you interested in music lessons?
Perhaps you need to finally nail down that recital piece from the sixth grade that has haunted you. Maybe that guitar you bought hasn’t learned to play itself or you just want to see what musical chops you have inside you. Has a life change brought you back to an early dream in life – a chance to chase that inner child and become a rock star or just learn an instrument?
Who are you? A vocalist, a guitarist, maybe a drummer? Once you narrow down the instrument, we can find the right instructor that fits where you are and where you’re going. And by the way, where are you going? What is the goal of your taking music lessons? Do you want to:
• Dream big and become the next Bruno Mars, Ariana Grande, Eddie Van Halen, Travis Barker or Taylor Swift.
• Play for your church.
• Perform at a school function or social gathering.
• Play for your family.
Write it down with room to grow these goals.
Talk about it. What exactly is your desire in learning an instrument? Talk to your children about their expectations and yours. Are you pushing them to grow them academically? Socially? Is music your or their passion?
Once DSRP know the level of interest and seriousness, we can find the right match of student and instructor. From there who knows, Glenn Frey grew up just a few blocks away, had a high school band and went on to a few higher things musically. 2016 Country Album of the Year Grammy Award Winner Sturgill Simpson’s bass player Chuck Bartels teaches with us. You never know where you can get from here.
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For more information, contact DSRP at (888) 988-ROCK (7665), go online – www.detroitschoolofrockandpop.com or make an appointment to visit 1109 South Washington in Royal Oak, Michigan.
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