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Deiana Piano Academy - Piano Lessons Cork

Music Theory tuition is available for students of all ages and abilities, whether learning for personal interest or preparing for grade examinations.

The course can also complement the study of Music at both Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate level.

The study of Music Theory enables the student to understand better musical language, it gives an indispensable basis for becoming an independent learner and musician. It also acts as a first solid stepping stone to Music Analysis which is itself a window into the exciting world of Composition.

DPA students undertaking a grade examination usually follow the ABRSM syllabus, other syllabi however may be taken into consideration upon request.

REQUIREMENTS

Non-beginners wishing to undertake grade examinations should either present the most recently achieved examination certificate or else undergo a brief audition at DPA in order to continue to the next grade.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I apply?

You can apply online or you can download an application form to be submitted to the administration office no later than 15 September 2016 for Term I and 01 February 2017 for Term II. 

Can I still apply if I miss the deadline?

Late applications may be considered if a place becomes available.

Can I apply for lessons without signing up for the school term?

Yes you can, please contact the admission office for more information.

How do I pay?

After Registration students can pay their fees directly at the administration office. Cheques and Postal Orders are accepted and should be made payable to Deiana Piano Academy. Fees must be pre-paid and can be paid in full before the commencement of the term, or split in two different payments: 

  •  Term I - First payment to be received no later than 15 September 2016 and second payment no later than November 2016; 

  • Term II - First payment to be received no later than 01 February 2017 and second payment no later than 15 March 2017