| Established in 1993, Dun Laoghaire School of Music successfully continues to
provide quality music tuition in most instruments and theory, Leaving and Junior Cert
Music. The instruments taught include: Piano, Keyboard, Voice, Violin, Fiddle,
Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, Drums, Flute, Saxophone, Recorder, Clarinet, Concertina.
All styles of music are taught to students of all ages. Students wishing to do exams
can choose from RIAM, ABRSM, and Trinity College, London. Dun Laoghaire
School of Music is an exam centre for the RIAM and students can sit their exams in
familiar surroundings. Students can perform at our concerts held throughout the year. Find out more here|
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Dublin ( 01 2844178 )
| WALTONS NEW SCHOOL OF MUSIC is a comprehensive music centre, combining music tuition of the highest standard with innovative approaches to music education. The school’s expert teaching staff offer tuition for all ages and skill levels (from absolute beginner to advanced) in the broadest range of instruments and subjects of any school in Ireland, including: Banjo, Bass Guitar, Bodhrán, Cello, Choir, Clarinet, Concertina, Composition, Double Bass, Drum Kit, Ensembles, Fiddle (Irish and Bluegrass), Flute (Concert and Traditional), Guitar (Classical, Acoustic, Electric, Jazz, Traditional, Flamenco), Harmonica, Irish Harp, Keyboard, Jazz Improvisation, Junior Cert. Music, Leaving Cert. Music, Mandolin, Music Technology, Music Theory, Musical Theatre, Percussion, Piano (Classical and Jazz), Piano Accordion, Pre-Instrumental (Early Years) Music, Recorder, Saxophone, Sight Singing, Songwriting, Uilleann Pipes, Viola, Violin, Voice (Singing), Whistle (Tin Whistle and Low Whistle). |
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69 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2 ( 01 478 1884 )
| Newpark Music Centre is based in Blackrock, Co Dublin and provides music tuition for adults and children in a variety of formats. Individual instrumental tuition, string and mixed ensembles, choir and orchestra groups for adults and group pre-instrumental classes for young kids provide the activities at a buzzing music centre. Applications for tuition can be made directly on our website and information of classes, teachers and terms can also be found there.|
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Newtown park Avenue, Blackrock, Co Dublin ( 01 2883740 )
| Proven to increase IQ and concentration levels in children, Ireland’s award winning Academy of Piano offers tuition for all ages, levels and abilities from 3 to 103 years, classical and jazz styles. Founders of Annual National Festival & Dublin International Piano Festival & Summer Academy. Grades are optional & learning is always fun! Advanced/Diploma students also trained. Also offering:|
•#Sharp Kids ‘Pre-Instrumental’ training for 3-6 yrs
•Children's Choir for boys & girls 6- 12 yrs
•Junior Cert and Leaving Cert Music
•Musicianship/Theory for all
•Adult Music Appreciation
Director: Rhona Gouldson
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18 Terenure Road East, Rathgar, Dublin 6 ( 01 4972333/ 087 2615166 )
|Carlile Stage School 41 Barnavarra Crescent, Cork (087 2460689)|
|Chenta Music School 2 French Church Street, Cork (021 4279353)|
|Leeson Park School Of Music Grove Park, Rathmines, Dublin 6 (01 4967890)|
|Newpark Music Centre Newtownpark Ave, Blackrock, Co Dublin (01 2883740)|
|Toccata House Music School 55 Hand St, Drogheda, Co Louth (041 9838998)|
Are you looking to sign your child up for music lessons? Have you though about what instrument would be a good introduction to music for your child? Piano and guitar are the most popular form of instrument for beginners, however, there are is a huge range of musical instruments that kids or teens can learn quite easily with the help of a music tutor, by taking weekly music lessons or through attending a music academy after school.
Below is a list of instruments with difficulty meters and general information for you to consider before you commit your child to learning a particular musical instrument.
Most kids will be ready begin piano lessons from age 5 1/2 +, or from whenever your child shows a keen interest in playing the piano which can be as young as 3! Make sure your child's hand is big enough to comfortably stretch across five keys on the piano. Kids who learn the piano at a young age will soon develop the neccesary understanding of basic music concepts which will make the transition to other musical instruments much easier!
Studying music develops discipline, hand-eye coordination, intelligence, and creates a skill that can bring happiness to both the performer and to all who listen. According to a recent article in the LA Times, 6-year-olds who received keyboard instruction had more brain growth and better fine motor skills than their peers. Piano lessons are such a great thing, why not get started as soon as possible?
Source: Hoffman Academy