Do you want to shred the guitar faster than Joe Satriani? Do you have the fingers that can strike the piano like lightning? Do the violins beg you to caress their strings? Walk right into Dolce Music Institute and walk out like a true pro. And yes... fullhyd.com actually thinks pulling off a cheap stunt like this will work. Anything for a good intro.
Alexander established the Dolce Music Institute in 1994 originally at a complex adjacent to St. Mary's Junior College
at Himayatnagar. Later in the summer of 2002, he shifted shop to Street No. 8, next to Harvard Public School. Now, the 4-room institute boasts of a room-full of guitars, keyboards, violins and posters of rock-lords. His last posters' count was 11, including Oasis, Whitefield Crane and a smiling Oz.
Dolce's USP is surely the man, Alexander, himself. His good nature and colorful stories make up for the continuous C-F-G chord combos strumming in the corner. Spending 5 minutes with him gives the learner enough confidence to take on mighty bands, but not until he pops the P-word. Practice, schmendrick!
Depending on the instrument of choice, there are various courses you could opt for. From playing lead guitars, rhythm guitars, classical guitars, flamenco guitars, electronic keyboards, the violin and the mandolin to just plain playing the fool, Alexander has a lesson for all. Especially for the fools, who tend to overlook the Diploma from Kaleidoscope Music Academy (Singapore) next to his credentials. His classes are quite famous in this part of town, especially since he is one of the only few guitar tutors to emphasize on rock music.