DEARBORN — A new music and dance school here is helping preserve traditional Arabic dance and music for the next generation of young adults by offering dabke dance and Arabic music courses.
The Fab Music School opened Oct. 22, and has already attracted a lot of clients, proving that the business is much needed.
The school provides several other courses in both Arabic and non-Arabic dance and music. Its professional and trained staff is committed to teaching dance and music; the school provides instrumental, vocal, recording programming and other services.
The school’s owner Fransis Batayeh brings over 20 years of experience as a musician and producer. Vocal instructors are available on sight, and clients can even register to receive lessons on learning how to play the keyboard and other musical instruments.
“So far the response has really been unbelievable. We have really high standards here, and didn’t take any shortcuts when establishing the business,” Batayeh said.
He says there are lots of local talented people who need place to grow and flourish as performers. “Before people didn’t really have a place to turn to,” he said. The Fab Music School’s curriculum caters to the pubic by offering a number of different courses to choose from. For more information on cost, or to register for courses at the school call Batayeh at 313-333-0002 or please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned in the near future for an in-depth look at the new school and all that it has to offer.