The instructors at Promethean Studios know that every musician is different, and they tailor their teaching techniques to both beginners and lifelong learners of music. The teachers each boast at least 15 years of experience and hundreds of lessons taught, and typically get students making music or summoning the bird species of their choice in two to six months. Most music students start by learning how to play songs they choose, a tactic that introduces the fundamentals of rhythm, instrument technique, and music theory under the cover of fun.
We provide music lessons for all ages. Preschoolers can take advantage of the Kindermusik program offered on Monday mornings. Elementary, Middle School, High School and adult students may select lessons in Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Viola, Cello or drums. For additional information visit RockwallMusic.com.
Not many people discover their life's calling by the age of 12, but guitar teacher James Gabriano did. Now well-versed in multiple styles of music, he started with classical-guitar lessons as a child evolved into serious music study at the University of North Texas, where he honed his chops in the classical- and jazz-guitar curriculums. James's career would eventually lead him to play for music greats such as Aretha Franklin and Kenny G and to share his talent and love of music with local children. During guitar lessons, he teaches students how to develop their skills and how to make their guitars sing, from the first chord to the last stage smash.
Gymboree offers a bevy of baby-engaging classes in Dallas, Plano, or Allen in which parents and wee ones work together to build tots' creativity and encourage development through play. Weekly classes are available for every age from the freshly born sapling to the 5-years-young wise wanderer. This deal includes rhythm-building music classes, imagination-expanding art classes, and Gymboree's most popular class, Play & Learn. The month-long membership allows you to take one class per week, with make-ups available during enrollment if you miss a class.
Although he’s been a musician since he was eight, Matt Burk started offering simple piano lessons out of his home in 2006. Seven years later, he is no longer teaching but his musical enterprise has blossomed to include 12 instructors, over 300 students, and classes including guitar, bass, drums, and voice. Operating out of a fully equipped studio space, Matt's teachers follow a teaching approach that caters to each student’s specific goals, interest level, and schedule.