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

Recitals — Why They Matter

Recitals are a lot of things — nerve-wracking, exciting, etc. But most of all, they’re important. Recitals can be the bane of a musician’s existence — worried about performing correctly or well can be pretty stressful. However, there’s nothing like the feeling of accomplishment after a recital! You’ll always be thankful you chose to participate in a

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Picasso Meets Mozart!

Gearing up for the end of school and choosing summer camps for your kids can be difficult. There are several topics and activities you may want to cover, and our Picasso Meets Mozart camp is perfect for those who want to explore multiple mediums! The camp is intended for ages 3 to 5 year olds,

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10 Reasons Your Child Needs Summer Lessons!

As Park Cities School of Music wraps up its spring semester, we’ll be quickly moving into summer classes! You’ve heard us talk about the different camps we offer, but why exactly is it important that music education and practice continue into the summer? 1) Summertime means no school! During the summer, students can focus on

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 Park Cities School of Music brings you another brand new summer camp with our extremely talented instructor Richmond Punch! The Young Strings Camp for String Champs is open to ages 7 to 14 and will take place June 17-21. The camp is open to violinists, violists, and cellists and is designed to help these students

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Guitar Camps with Greg Ray

  This summer, Park Cities School of Music in Dallas will be offering two guitar camps taught by Greg Ray! The first, called Guitar Camp, will be for ages 6 to 9 years old. Students will be able to learn basic and advanced skills on the guitar from chords, single note melodies, and reading guitar

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Park Cities Music School is working with HP Lingua to create our first Passport camp! The camp will be split into two sections — a Mini Passport camp for age groups 3-5 and 6-9, and a Teen Passport camp for ages 9 to 13. HP Lingua, started in Highland Park ISD, is an organization dedicated

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