Carrollton Music Conservatory

Carrollton Music Conservatory

5.0 (17)
2 employees
22 years in business

About this pro

My passion and love for teaching music has allowed me to serve students of all ages and all levels in the Dallas-Forth Worth Metroplex for the past 20 years. My teaching style is one of fun, flexibility, and empowering to the individual. No two students are alike. Each is uniquely created and endowed with different talents and giftings. Discover your ability to make music and let me coach you on your exciting musical journey. More information is available at my website:

Connecting with students and their families; watching a student progress musically; teaching and "doing" music all day.

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Carrollton, TX 75007
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17 Reviews


  • Christen Bone Economidis

    David Dang providdd an outstanding learning environment as my piano teacher through highschool. He challenged me artistically and technically while remaining flexible, considerate and encouraging!

  • Probal Mukherjee

    Mr. Dang was the piano teacher for both my kids and they learnt piano from him for at least 10 years each and they loved it. Although school and other activities did not permit them to continue but Mr. Dang's teaching has had a long lasting effect on them. They still play and it is surprising to see how quickly they learn new musical-pieces/songs. That is where Mr. Dang's teaching comes in - absolutely a brilliant teacher, always encouraging and excellent with kids of all age. Mr. Dang has immense patience, a good listener and a splendid person to talk to. The kids used to look forward to the piano class. Mr. Dang himself is a very accomplished pianist and he has the very talented art of imparting his knowledge to his students. My brief stays during their classes with Mr. Dang encouraged me to become a student of him for a brief period of time, but with no fault of his, I had to quit (fat fingers). The point is Mr. Dang encourages people to learn at their own comfortable pace, there is no pressure and he always finds ways to bring about a positive feeling no matter the student's learning ability. Without any hesitation I will recommend Mr. Dang and if the kids or even I, ever go back to piano it would be to none other than our favorite pianist - Mr. Dang. Mr. Dang thanks for your time, patience, excellent guidance. and also continuous enthusiasm. Kids could not have been where they are today, not just as pianists, but as good human beings, without your positive influence. many thanks and regards (Shree and Abhishu)'s Dad Mr. Mukherjee

  • Cynthia Nguyen

    I took piano lessons from Mr. David Dang for around 8 years, and he was always very understanding and caring towards us students. He does a good job of taking your personal preferences in mind when he gives his lessons. For instance, since I had a stressful course-load outside of piano lessons, Mr. David taught me in a way that piano lessons became a source of enjoyment and relief, rather than an added source of stress. Overall, I enjoyed having Mr. David Dang as a piano teacher, and I would recommend to others.

  • Catherine Cruz

    I loved taking piano and voice lessons with Mr. Dang! He was always encouraging and is very good at giving constructive criticism. He encouraged learning on my own pace, and I would definitely recommend him to anyone looking to further develop their musical talents in piano or voice.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Get to know student's personality and musical goals. Find out whether individual is a full-time student or a working professional. Then lay out musical curriculum to attain one's goals. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Music degree from University of Arizona.

Former member of National Music Teachers Association.

Over 25 years teaching experience.

What types of students have you worked with?

As young as 4 years old to as old as 63 years of age. Most of my students are attending homeschool, public/charter school, and private school. However, I have also taught college age students, working adult professionals, full-time parents, and special needs students.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Make sure the relationship with student and teacher have good communication and rapport. Make sure the teacher really understands the musical needs of the student.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Do I really want to learn to play this instrument? Will I be able to commit to some practicing outside the lesson?