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

Making Mistakes

The new year is about two weeks old, and the halls of Park Cities School of Music have been gloriously filled with all sorts of instruments making music. Each room has a little something different. Voice, violin, piano, and guitar lessons are just part of what we’ve got going on any given day. One thing

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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

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Building Relationships Between Teachers, Students, and Their Families

Here at Park Cities School of Music in Dallas, TX, we pride ourselves on having great relationships with our students and their families. It is so important to build a good level of trust, comfort, and security when working with young musicians. Artistic development is a vulnerable, life long process that could drastically be hindered

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Master Teacher Blog: The Dangers of Vocal Misuse

Here at Park Cities School of Music in Dallas, TX, we receive students of all ages that enjoy singing. They are mostly inspired by the stars they hear on the radio and watch on television. As such, they often imitate what they hear. People imitate without the knowledge of how dangerous and damaging it is

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Master Teacher Blog: Stage Fright

One of the most common things that musicians struggle with is stage fright, also known as performance anxiety. It’s a very difficult thing to get up in front of an audience to display your music, which is something so extremely personal and vulnerable. What’s weird about the whole thing is that the only way to

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Master Teacher Blog: Collaboration with Other Artists

The faculty here at Park Cities School of Music in Dallas, Texas is full of very talented musicians who will be collaborating together in a recital on November 9, 2019. We will all be working together to create music in benefit for the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance. Each of us continues to grow in our

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