Best Music schools in Dallas
Park Cities School of Music
7979 Inwood Rd., Suite 113, Dallas, TX 75209 | (214) 455 1477
Best Music schools in Dallas
Park Cities School of Music
7979 Inwood Rd., Suite 113, Dallas, TX 75209 | (214) 455 1477

A New Year and A New Semester

Happy 2020 to everyone! It’s hard to believe that a new year is upon us, but here at Park Cities School of Music, we’re already moving a mile a minute with getting the spring semester underway.

With the passing of each year, it’s common to take time to think about all that we’ve done, but let’s try something different this year. Let’s think about all that we might be able to accomplish in 2020, namely taking music lessons. Moreover, let’s get past the idea that music lessons are only for kids. Everyone can benefit from learning how to play an instrument. One thing Park Cities School of Music prides itself in is working with students of all ages. In fact, look over our website & literature, and you’ll find that we work with everyone from infants to seniors.

But why learn to play an instrument and take music lessons in the new year? Well, for a few reasons:

A Lifelong Skill — Even if you don’t become a concert pianist or touring violinist, you’ll carry these skills with you forever, and that’s pretty cool.

Music is Enjoyable — Sure, there are times when music can be frustrating, especially during practice, but more often than not, playing music is a blast.

Takes the Edge Off — Few things make the trials & tribulations of the day melt away like playing a chord on a guitar or a few notes on a keyboard. You could even roll the windows up in the car & belt out your favorite song out of key!

Brings People Together — Listen to the Billy Joel song, “Piano Man”, and you’ll understand that when you play music, you can reach a person’s soul. At a time when people seem very divided, this might be the most important reason of all to play music.

Seeing what the new year holds also applies to our instructors. Every teacher at Park Cities School of Music understands that no matter how much performance & teaching experience they have under their belt, there’s always room for improvement. This is perhaps what makes us different than other schools. We constantly strive to do better everyday & provide a much more amazing experience for the families we serve. As lifelong educators, this is an ongoing task but one we take seriously.

Here’s to a great 2020, and we hope to see you soon!

Moe Ramos 

PCSM Instructor

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A brief update from Park Cities School of Music regarding the continuation of lessons as we work to protect our faculty, students and families from the COVID-19. Our priority has always been, and will continue to be, to provide top quality music education in a safe and secure environment.

While Park Cities School of Music will continue to provide lessons to students in-person at our physical location, please be advised we are taking every opportunity to clean and sanitize our facility, studios and instruments. Understandably, if you feel more comfortable taking your lesson from the comfort of your home, PCSM can provide an online class for you in place of your usual in-person lesson.

Students coming to PCSM should be prepared to arrive a few minutes early in order to wash their hands with soap and water provided in the restrooms prior to their lesson. Faculty have been advised to wash their hands between each student, as well as wipe down any keyboards used between lessons. PCSM underwent a deep cleaning yesterday, as it does weekly; however, we will be increasing the cleaning of the facility during the coming weeks in an effort to keep germs to a minimum.

The PCSM Calendar will continue as planned. Online, at your home, or PCSM studio lessons will resume on March 23. We want to maintain regular schedule as much as possible.


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