Would you or your child like to learn how to play an instrument in the comfort and convenience of your home?
I offer music lessons for many ages and skill levels.
Learn guitar, ukulele, drums, and beginning level piano from the comfort of your home with in-person lessons or online webcam lessons.
Learning an instrument can be a very rewarding experience for a student of any age. While there can be many teachers to choose from, I am always determined and dedicated to helping a student become the best player possible.
I provide high-quality music instruction at reasonable rates. The first lesson is free of charge with absolutely no obligation to continue.
Some styles of music and techniques I specialize in include:
- Classic and hard rock, heavy metal
- Blues playing and improvisation
- Acoustic folk/pop/country/bluegrass/finger style
- Jazz Band/Marching/Concert Band preparation
I can teach a wide range of music styles, so let me know what you're interested in learning here and we can talk about how I can teach you.
Online Guitar Lessons
If you do not live in the Plymouth County or South Shore region of Massachusetts, I can still teach you the guitar via webcam through Zoom, Skype or any other platform you may wish to use. For online lessons I use a high quality USB microphone and I have a strong reliable internet connection.
The below screenshot of a lesson with one of my students gives you an idea of what online lessons are like.
Online webcam lessons are perfect for people that live in remote locations and do not have a music store nearby. Once you get into it, you realize it is not much different from in-person lessons. In fact, it even has some advantages.
I am a graduate of Berklee College of Music with over 20 years of teaching experience.
Online lessons work for students of any age and any skill level. The below screenshot shows one of my students learning ukulele online with me.
Contact me here for more information about lessons or to book a lesson in.
What My Students Say
Here are some examples of what my students think about our lessons: