Thank you for taking the time to visit my website. I want to take this opportunity to introduce the services provided that may benefit anyone interested in music lessons. I provide in home piano instruction in the West Pasco area. I have a long history of offering quality, comprehensive instruction for reasonable fees. I cover all areas of Pasco County including Bayonet Point, Dade City, Holiday, Hudson, Jasmine Estates, Land O’ Lakes, Moon Lake, New Port Richey, Odessa, Port Richey, Quail Ridge, River Ridge, Shady Hills, Trinity, Wesley Chapel and Zephyrhills.

The difference between receiving instruction from my private, family-owned business versus the commercial “music store” lessons are many. Your student will have continuity of care in that I, myself, provide all of the instruction. I work closely with the student and their family to assist them in achieving their goals. I am able to offer flexible scheduling and payment opportunities.

My previous students have been able to accomplish their goals of receiving both excellent and superior markings on their performances in the Florida Bandmasters Association. Previous students who, under my instruction, prepared for their undergraduate admissions auditions, have all matriculated into their music programs of choice. I’m also proud to share that a former student recently earned the winning title in Pasco’s Got Talent.

Additionally, because I am an independent service provider and not bound to a corporate curriculum, I can work with you to enhance your instruction and support the student’s growth from home.

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Mom started teaching children from the neighborhood in our living room in 1977. It grew in 1980 she moved into Tune Town in Gulf view square mall. By 1984, my sister joined in and they named it Pat and Nicol’s school of music. Pat and Nicol taught children throughout Pasco County for the next 20 years. In 1995 they opened their stand alone building in downtown New Port Richey, Fl. In 2000 D became a full time teacher. In 2006, Mom retired and D became the owner and the name changed to Danielle Cassidy’s school of music. In 2010, in order to better meet the needs of the community, I began in home lessons.

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