Learning music teaches us how to perceive and appreciate beauty. Even if one does not pursue a life involved with the creation of music, having it as a part of one’s life is essential to being human. I believe that if someone considers themselves a musician, it is essential that they also teach music, passing that knowledge and understanding to others.
Everyone can make music, whether it’s virtuosically playing an instrument, singing a simple folk song, or just clapping one’s hands. That said, it is always important to meet a student where they are, and bring them along a a pace that works for their particular learning style. Music is a collaborative art. We learn from each other.
Effective August 2019, I have moved my teaching practice to a private studio on South Mendenhall near UNCG. Here I have more space and available technology to better save my students, with convenient free parking.
I'm a little different from most guitar teachers. I spent a few years as an elementary school music specialist. Because of this, I am able to get positive results with younger students, where many teachers set a minimum age around 10 or 11. Of course, I've also had great results with older children and adults.
Acoustic or electric; guitar, ukulele, or bass; whatever style. I'm sure I can help you reach your musical goals. I can also work with you on songwrtiting and music theory. Consulting on instrument selection is also available.
Go ahead, hit the button below!
Based on monthly payment at first lesson of the month.
For those who just want to try a few lessons before making a commitment. Payable at the beginning of the 30 minute lesson
Three months, prepaid. Varies on the months chosen.
A semester of instruction (August-December or January-May) for 15% off. Varies depending on the day chosen.
All plans payable by cash, check, or credit card. PayPal invoicing is available for advance payments. Tuition fees are non-refundable.