WINDS & DRUM STUDIO
Does this Sound Familiar?
You had piano lessons growing up but life got in the way and you regret not sticking with it as an adult.
You’ve always wanted to learn an instrument but can’t find the time to commit.
The Good News: Learning to play piano doesn’t have to be hard. At Eastside Music School, you’ll find a warm and refreshing take on music Lessons. From day one, your teacher will listen to your goals and help tailor a plan to get you learning the music you love.
How to play your favorite songs,
How to maintain a consistent practice schedule,
How to have fun learning a new craft.
With just one lesson per week and 15 minutes of daily practice, you’ll find yourself doing things you never thought possible in three months or less.
This is our PROMISE to you.
Royal Music Academy is an internationally recognized music school founded by experienced musicians in DFW area. Here, we believe each child will develop and enjoyment appreciation for the beauty of music. We help students express their passion and build their confidence through learning and performing music. The Royal Music Academy provides lessons in piano, violin, viola, cello, double bass, and flute. We also exclusively offer classes in chamber music, theory, all-region/state preparation, and royal conservatory exam preparation. We the only authorized location for the Royal Conservatory Examination in Plano. Studying music at the Royal Music Academy is a wonderful journey, so come join us and let us help you to find your own path in the world of music!
Meet The Team
SHARE YOUR PASSION WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY
Masterclass & Open Mic Night
Royal Music Academy hosts Monthly open mic nights and masterclass for current and prospective students. These is great, and low pressure opportunity to perform in front of friends and fellow students. Whether you have just completed a song or you're working on your next solo music, this is a great motivator to practice and take your skills to the next level
We host a big recital at the end of each semester (May and November). The recital is the culmination of months of hard work from students and teachers alike. While it can be a little intimidating at first, many of our students find great joy performing in front of friends and family. Of course participation is encouraged but not required.