Knowledge is power
Dan didn't know what music was all about until he started university. Since then, Dan actively composes, reharmonizes, arranges, and performs with heightened understanding and deep appreciation for music theory. Dan has been teaching his craft in high schools in Canada and by the end of this course, you will know everything you need to be a respected musician.
Dan graduated from Western University with a Honours Bachelor of Music degree in 2008. His passion for teaching led him to pursue his Bachelor of Education from Althouse College in 2009. Since then, Dan has been teaching music professionally as a high school teacher with the Thames Valley District School Board. In total, Dan has taught music theory lessons to hundreds of students of all levels and would love the opportunity to teach music theory to you
My Promise to You
At this point, you're probably thinking, "Do I really want to invest anything in my music education? Can't I just piece content together from the internet and understand that way?" I know exactly where you're coming from and I don't blame you either. The differences between what you will find elsewhere and what you'll find in my course is quality, consistency, accountability, and professionalism. I can tell you that I know how to teach music theory. It's what I do every day I go to work. I know what explanations will work and what won't - so here's my promise to you:
If you are serious about actually wanting to learn music theory, then you really don't need to go anywhere else. My life's work will be providing my students on this website all the resources and support needed to be confident in their understanding of musical concepts. I really do care if you're not understanding or want more clarification on a subject. In other words, I'm invested in your learning too! So why not take the plunge and take the course. If you don't like it, I'll give you your money back up to a week after you bought the course. I'll see you on the inside.