online MUSIC LESSONs...
offered at your convenience
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online MUSIC LESSONs...
offered at your convenience
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Piano, Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, Voice & More
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Piano, Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, Voice & More

$120/month. No contracts, No Registration fee.

Call us M-F 8am-8pm CST and Sat 9am-5pm 

469-598-2750


$120/month. No contracts, No Registration fee.

Call us M-F 8am-8pm CST and Sat 9am-5pm 

469-598-2750


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We help children achieve larger vocabularies, better reading skills, improve their self-esteem, and become optimistic , through music lessons. 

Choose from Piano, Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, Voice & more

We help children achieve larger vocabularies, better reading skills, improve their self-esteem, and become optimistic , through music lessons. 

Choose from Piano, Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, Voice & more

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Experience the Difference

We offer live, virtual music lessons for ages 5 and up. We teach Piano, Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, Voice, & Bass lessons from from the comfort of your home!

We offer live, virtual music lessons for ages 5 and up. We teach Piano, Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, Voice, & Bass lessons from from the comfort of your home!

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All styles taught including: Rock, Blues, Jazz, Country, Folk, Classical, Gospel and more! Call us today to reserve a time that works for YOU to learn YOUR favorite instrument! 469-598-2750

All styles taught including: Rock, Blues, Jazz, Country, Folk, Classical, Gospel and more! Call us today to reserve a time that works for YOU to learn YOUR favorite instrument! 469-598-2750

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How it works
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How it works

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Choose your preferred instrument. Whether piano, guitar or drums.

Choose your preferred instrument. Whether piano, guitar or drums.

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Visit our enrollment page or call us at 469-598-2750 and pick a day and time that works for you.

Visit our enrollment page or call us at 469-598-2750 and pick a day and time that works for you.

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Enroll for the virtual lesson. We will call you to confirm and you will also receive a confirmation email and link to join your lesson.

Enroll for the virtual lesson. We will call you to confirm and you will also receive a confirmation email and link to join your lesson.

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Why Online music Lessons?

CONVENIENCE

You can take lessons from anywhere. You don't have to leave your house. All you need is a laptop or tablet and stable internet to get started.


COST EFFECTIVE


You save time and money. You don't need to drive to a brick and motor facility. You don't have to deal with hectic traffic going for lessons. Simply log on to your lessons from the comfort of your home!


AMAZING TEACHERS


You get to enroll in your favorite instrument and get matched with a suitable teacher.


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Testimonials

"Our Sons Dan and Josh really love their virtual drum and guitar lessons. The teachers are patient and take time to explain the concept. We enjoy the remote lessons because of the convenience of being at home and getting to spend more time with my children!”

Deborah P.
houston, tx

"Our son always reminds us for his lesson. He loves to practice and we are enjoying the online classes."

Jennifer A.
Portland, OR

"Our instructor is patient and goes at length to teach my son his lesson. We love it!"

Courtney C
sugar land, tx

Benefits of music lessons for children
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Benefits of music lessons for children

  1. Children who take music lessons often have larger vocabularies and better reading skills than children who do not take lessons.

  2. Children who take music lessons are more likely to excel in various forms of study, work more effectively in teams, exhibit better critical thinking skills, stay enrolled in school, graduate, and pursue higher education.

  3. Recent studies have shown that children who start and continue with music lessons statistically have lower reports of substance abuse (tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs.)

  4. Children who play music typically spend less time watching TV.

  5. Children who play music display higher self-esteem and are more optimistic.

  1. Children who take music lessons often have larger vocabularies and better reading skills than children who do not take lessons.

  2. Children who take music lessons are more likely to excel in various forms of study, work more effectively in teams, exhibit better critical thinking skills, stay enrolled in school, graduate, and pursue higher education.

  3. Recent studies have shown that children who start and continue with music lessons statistically have lower reports of substance abuse (tobacco, alcohol, and illicit drugs.)

  4. Children who play music typically spend less time watching TV.

  5. Children who play music display higher self-esteem and are more optimistic.

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3 Benefits of Learning To Play a Musical Instrument
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3 Benefits of Learning To Play a Musical Instrument

1. Our thought processes are improved.

1. Our thought processes are improved.

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Musically trained people typically outperform non-musically trained people on cognitive tasks. They perform better on tests of word recall, nonverbal memory, and cognitive flexibility.  Other results show that playing an instrument can increase your IQ by as many as seven points.

Musically trained people typically outperform non-musically trained people on cognitive tasks. They perform better on tests of word recall, nonverbal memory, and cognitive flexibility.  Other results show that playing an instrument can increase your IQ by as many as seven points.

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2. Our time management and organizational skills become improved.

2. Our time management and organizational skills become improved.

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Music, by nature, is timed. So in order to learn to play, students must learn to organize their thoughts in terms of time structures. For instance, when learning a new piece, a student will begin to dissect the composition, focusing on the difficult passages first. This strategy is extremely efficient, and allows the student to progress more quickly as a musician.


When the student sees the resulting improvement, it creates even more motivation! Therefore, music students will gradually train their brains to process all new information in terms of time and structure. This aids in the management and organization of tasks, extending far beyond the playing of their instruments.

Music, by nature, is timed. So in order to learn to play, students must learn to organize their thoughts in terms of time structures. For instance, when learning a new piece, a student will begin to dissect the composition, focusing on the difficult passages first. This strategy is extremely efficient, and allows the student to progress more quickly as a musician.


When the student sees the resulting improvement, it creates even more motivation! Therefore, music students will gradually train their brains to process all new information in terms of time and structure. This aids in the management and organization of tasks, extending far beyond the playing of their instruments.

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3. Our coordination becomes enhanced

3. Our coordination becomes enhanced

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The sections of your brain that control motor skills actually grow larger and become more active when you learn to play a musical instrument.

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In order to create music that sounds like music, your brain must translate thoughts and notations into specific motor patterns. 


As a result, your brain learns to master fingerings, rhythm, and even breathing, all at once! Plus, for most instruments, you need to be able to have your fingers, arms, and sometimes even your legs each performing different tasks at the same time. This enhanced coordination can aid students in sports, typing, dancing, and much more!

The sections of your brain that control motor skills actually grow larger and become more active when you learn to play a musical instrument.

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In order to create music that sounds like music, your brain must translate thoughts and notations into specific motor patterns. 


As a result, your brain learns to master fingerings, rhythm, and even breathing, all at once! Plus, for most instruments, you need to be able to have your fingers, arms, and sometimes even your legs each performing different tasks at the same time. This enhanced coordination can aid students in sports, typing, dancing, and much more!

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It's easy to start. Call us today or enroll online. No contracts. Only $99/month.

It's easy to start. Call us today or enroll online. No contracts. Only $99/month.

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No Registration Fee!

$120 / month

No Registration Fee!

$120 / month

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OFFERING ONLINE MUSIC LESSONS IN GUITAR, VOICE, SINGING, BASS, DRUM AND PIANO LESSONS IN DALLAS, FRISCO, ARLINGTON, HOUSTON, SAN ANTONIO, SUGARLAND, TX AND VIRTUALLY ANYWHERE, FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME!

OFFERING ONLINE MUSIC LESSONS IN GUITAR, VOICE, SINGING, BASS, DRUM AND PIANO LESSONS IN DALLAS, FRISCO, ARLINGTON, HOUSTON, SAN ANTONIO, SUGARLAND, TX AND VIRTUALLY ANYWHERE, FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME!

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info@virtualacademyofmusic.com


Address:

15922 Eldorado Pkwy

Suite 500-1542

Frisco, TX 75035


Phone Hours: CST

M-F 8am-8 pm

Sat 9 am-5 pm




© 2020 Virtual Academy of Music









info@virtualacademyofmusic.com


Address:

15922 Eldorado Pkwy

Suite 500-1542

Frisco, TX 75035


Phone Hours: CST

M-F 8am-8 pm

Sat 9 am-5 pm




© 2020 Virtual Academy of Music









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