The First Note
How you initially approach learning an instrument can be the deciding factor between success and failure. Your teachers methods and guidance play a key part in your journey. We promise to make learning the guitar fun and exciting from your very first class all the way through to your last.
The Future Sounds Good
With music camps taking place throughout the year it is a great opportunity for students to mix and play together what they have learned in their lessons, and maybe even try different instruments too!
My name is Dan Cassoni, the owner of DCM Guitar School. I hold RGT Grade 8 for guitar. I have been teaching the guitar since I was 15 years old. In 2013 I decided to turn my love of music into a business and have been building it since. I am passionate about teaching this instrument and am committed to the successful learning of my students. Since I began teaching the guitar I believed that the key to learning was to have fun while your doing it! I have found that kids especially are much more inclined to practice and maintain their commitment to learning if they have fun and learn the songs that they like in the process. When a new student enrols in my school I ask them what kind of music they like and would like to learn, from there I model the classes around the individual student. We also focus on learning music theory, this is done in a gradual and thorough manner in a way in which the student can understand. If at a later stage the student wants to move forward and take grade examinations we can cover every grade from preliminary right up to grade 8. Thank you for reading and I look forward to meeting with you in the future.
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Unit 3 The Oakland Centre| Kill | Co. Kildare| firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 089 437 5857