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Sean R. Lowell, MA

About Sean

In the 20 years I've been playing guitar and drums, I've done quite a bit. In the past, I toured quite extensively with my band, playing with the likes of All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, blessthefall, Alesana, Soulfly and many others (for all you metal and post hardcore fans). I've been teaching independently since 2002 and with music store affiliation since 2006. I've also played countless corporate events and weddings as a pickup musician with Murray Hill Talent in Boston. As the experience piles on, so do the real world inspired lessons and tips. *** Lesson Details *** First lessons are highly variable depending on a students experience. If you've never played an instrument before, expect the first day to be a lot of talking. While there will be plenty to take in, it won't be ...

Barry W. Plaistow, NH

About Barry

I have 5+ years of professional teaching experience both guitar and piano....I have all the degrees BS & MS,none of which are in Music, but my whole family is musically orientated. 1/2 my immediate family had a wedding band for years when I was a youngster. My father still to this day fixes instruments in his retirement and plays out still as well. My father was actually the one who said don't go to school for music its a tough world out there for folks with music degrees, but I wish I had gone against his advice on that one. I love teaching and would have liked to have done it in a school system. I have in the past been a substitute teacher for some of the local schools in there music departments. I have a great deal of knowledge and teach to have fun, but understanding there is time for

Robert M. Exeter, NH

About Robert

Robert's exemplary and diverse career all began when he was a very small boy. His magical, musical journey began with his Grandfather, Donald Mcullick, a country singer/guitarist, who spent the 1950's touring and performing with blockbuster artists such as Johnny Cash, Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison. Grandpa would take his young protégé out to the swing under the apple tree in the backyard and show him songs on an old acoustic guitar. He would later give that guitar to Robert. That guitar was the key to the music box of Robert's life. A life long dedicated to the art and craft of music. Robert's high school years were very non-traditional. While most students spent time at football games and pep rallies, Robert spent his time performing in pit orchestras and composing for local theater ...

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Laura J. Merrimac, MA

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*** Travel Equipment *** Student should eventually, have a drum set at home for this service, or whatever percussion instrument they wish to learn. However, we can start the first 6 months with a pair of sticks and a practice pad (under $50). *** Specialties *** On drum set, I teach many genres, several world music styles, classical, rock, jazz, etc. I have a studio in Washington Heights as well as one in Yonkers that are equipped with drum set, hand drums, a 5 octave marimba, keyboard, snare drum, etc. I have a very prestigious marimba/vibraphone background. I teach four mallet grip- both Stevens (main) and Burton (secondary, but always for vibes). I have placed students at the Juilliard PreCollege, New School, LaGuardia Arts, Manhattan School of Music ...

Joshua G. Salem, NH

About Joshua

I have been teaching piano privately for, off an on, 7 years. I started when I was a junior in high school, and have always loved it. I have a bachelor's degree in History and French, having graduated magna cum laude from Merrimack College. Half of my degree was done at Université Laval (with all classes in French) before I transferred to the U.S. After I graduated from Merrimack, I taught middle school French and Social Studies for a year and a half while the private school searched for someone more permanent. I have always loved helping with whatever subjects are brought my way and find virtually all subjects interesting! I can be more flexible than the hours shown. If there is any information missing, I will do my best to fill in any gaps!

Andrew F. Windham, NH

About Andrew

I offer private brass lessons to all kinds of students. Young or old, beginning or advanced, I will help you take the first or next step in becoming a better brass player! I really enjoy working with individuals and helping them take the right steps to success! Having received my bachelor of science degree in music education with a focus on euphonium, I specialize in euphonium (baritone) and trombone instruction and can also help the trumpet and French horn player. I'm an active member in New Hampshire's Windham Concert Band, a substitute teacher in the Windham school district and the minister of music in my church. I'm excited to hear from you and help you achieve growth and success in your brass playing!

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