Guitar Teacher Dyce Kimura Announces His Back to School Fort Lauderdale Guitar Lessons

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Studies show that the benefits of listening to, playing, and studying music are bountiful. Music education is a very important part of one’s upbringing and educational experience. As Eugene Ormandy, conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra, said, “It's [music education] terribly important, extremely important -- because when you are a child, you are in a receptive age ... In high schools, public schools -- that's where they must have the best influence, the first influence, which will go through their whole life.” Although this quote pertains to childhood, older students, including college students and adults, should consider investing in their personal music education as well. Start this year off on the right foot with music lessons!

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Studies show that the benefits of listening to, playing, and studying music are bountiful. Music education is a very important part of one’s upbringing and educational experience. As Eugene Ormandy, conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra, said, “It's [music education] terribly important, extremely important -- because when you are a child, you are in a receptive age ... In high schools, public schools -- that's where they must have the best influence, the first influence, which will go through their whole life.” Although this quote pertains to childhood, older students, including college students and adults, should consider investing in their personal music education as well. Start this year off on the right foot with music lessons!

Dyce Kimura, a seasoned guitar teacher and performer, wants to share his passion for music with students of all ages and is offering back to school lessons in voice and guitar! He is a Fort Lauderdale guitar teacher who teaches beginner guitar, electric guitar, and acoustic guitar lessons. He is offering a back to school discount for new students of $100 off 10 lessons, which normally cost $600, but cost $500 with the special discount.

Dyce’s approach to teaching music is different from that of any other teacher’s. He believes that anyone with the desire to learn how to play the guitar can learn. Dyce focuses on getting to know his students, and then begins teaching them the fundamentals. He helps students learn how to play the songs and styles that they want to learn as quickly as possible, and coaches them one-on-one. His goal is to have students play with authority on the guitar, a skill that includes ear training, improvisation, and learning how to interpret songs musically.

From the first lesson, Dyce’s students will be playing the guitar. They will be learning basic chords first before moving on to putting chords together to form songs. His students will learn some basic improvising and soloing techniques as well during their lessons. He allows students to work at their own pace and teaches them according to the speed they are comfortable at. His lessons are custom-made and tailored for each individual student.

Dyce's lessons cover a wide range of topics and skills, including reading sheet music and tabs, learning songs by ear and ear-training, basic and advanced chords, songwriting, and more. He teaches everything from rhythmic and chord structures to stage presence and how to choose and use the right music equipment.

He is not limited to Fort Lauderdale guitar lessons - he also teaches in Weston, Parkland, and cities in the Broward and tri-county area. He realizes that some may not have the mobility to travel to these cities, or may prefer a different medium of learning, so he also teaches lessons over Skype and on DVD.

Dyce sums up his teaching method when he says, “From your first lesson, I will have you playing. And, I will inspire you to keep on playing. The guitar is not an easy instrument to play; but if you aspire to be an accomplished player; I can get you there.”

For more information, visit Dyce’s website at http://www.dycekimura.com or call him at 786-457-3687.

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