This is the ideal way to start. We have considered the quality of teaching, little goals, future growth, the social aspect, and even affordability to put together the best way to try learning music!
Make music together!
Chamber music is the most fulfilling, fun and challenging way to learn true ensemble playing - 'social playing'. It has been considered the most beautiful and sublime form of musical expression with the perfect balance between 'dialogue' and independent musical voices. DOLCE is lucky to have Dr. Lydia Gao join us, an experienced professional chamber musician who studied with the legends of chamber music, the Guarneri Quartet, Emerson Quartet and the Pacifica String Quartet. Auditions to be placed into groups where the musicians will learn repertoire and the skills of real ensemble playing will be held on FEB 14 and FEB 17 at 5:30 pm. The location is 10800 E Bethany Dr., Suite 500, Aurora, CO 80014.
"People learn best when they are having fun" Dorothy Delay, Juilliard
... and on the flip side a little bit of excellence is required to have fun. Even in tennis, it starts to be more fun when you are at least good enough to rally. Same in music. Unluckily, it is difficult to put all the systems in place to make it easier for music students to achieve that level where they can make an informe decision whether they like it or not and to even have a chance of having real fun. We have put together a school that is a commnity of passionate teachers with the right tools to make excellence and fun music making accessible to you.
Come and we will find the
perfect fit for you
Fun Private Lessons
Come meet our exceptionally talented, experience and passionate teachers and see if you vibe!
If you already play an instrument and want to play in a 'band' -- quartet, trio, duo etc -- or an orchestra, come join fellow fun musicians and learn some of the best music ever written!
Dolce Students Playing!
After winning the concertmaster fellowship from the University of Wyoming, Luyan Gao decided to begin her music studies in the United States. Her musicianship has been recognized in many competitions. Recent competition wins have included the first prize of the Paul Rolland Memorial Competition, T. Gordon Parks Collegiate concerto competition, finalist of the Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship Competition, the Krannert Debut Recital Award. Earlier, Luyan was featured as a soloist to perform the Sibelius violin concerto with Arapahoe Philharmonic in 2007. That same year her quartet was featured on the Illinois public media, the classical music broadcast WILL-FM 90.9.
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