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Trevor K. New Bedford, MA

About Trevor

A Berklee graduate and seasoned professional musician, Trevor has performed all over the Country with numerous acts. Venue's include Boston's Hatch Shell, Sculler's and Ryle's Jazz Clubs, Symphony Hall, Hyne's Convention Center, the Agganis Arena, New York City's Rockwood Music Hall, Highline Ballroom, as well as Connecticut's Foxwood casino Grand Ballroom, and Rhode Island's Twin River Casino Event Center. Trevor has had the pleasure to either work, rehearse, record, and or perform with big names such as Tower of Power, Ricky Minor, Greg Hopkins, Joe Lovano, Lin Biviano, Tiger Okoshi, Phil Wilson, American Idol finalist Erika Van Pelt, Amy Heideman and Nick Noonan of pop group Karmin, and many others. Currently Trevor is in constant travel around New York, New York City, and all of ...

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virginia B. June 27, 2013
Saxophone
talented musician and inspiring teacher

Trevor has been my sax teacher for more than two years. He is both fun and inspiring. I am definitely a better musician because of my lessons with him.

Trevor makes me work hard but understands when I need the lesson to slow down. My favorite part of each lesson is when we get to play the music together.
Beau S. Attleboro, MA

About Beau

I studied music performance at UMass Dartmouth. I have the tools to teach the students what they need to know in order to teach themselves. In lessons, I focus on what the student wants to learn. *** Lesson Details *** I can teach at my house in Attleboro or on the UMass Dartmouth campus, as well as come to you. *** Studio Equipment *** Kimball baby grand piano. *** Specialties *** Music theory and classical piano.

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Kate D. November 12, 2014
Piano · In home
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Beau is an absolute professional! He is so patient, knowledgeable and always on time. I always look forward to our lessons and highly recommend him to anyone else looking to learn Piano/Keyboard.
Tony M. New Bedford, MA

About Tony

I received my first guitar eighteen years ago and have been playing seriously for thirteen. Seven of these years I have been teaching a variety of students from different skill levels and ages. Currently I teach at Double Bar Music in Westport, MA Mondays and Fridays and will be directly a guitar camp this summer at the South Dartmouth YMCA. I also provide in-home lessons seven days a week. Throughout the years, I have always discovered more artists that capture my attention and infused their playing into my own to create a very broad and varied musical style. In addition to writing and performing my own material I have also worked in ensembles and backing bands that played genres such as blues, rock, jazz, metal, funk, pop, country, reggae, hip-hop, and more. Music is what I love and to ...

Rene L. New Bedford, MA

About Rene

I enjoy introducing beginners to guitar, and giving them what they need to reach their own unique musical goals. I also teach intermediate players. My own taste in playing style is wide-ranging, but to name a few genres: Blues, Rock, Jazz, Folk.

Seth M. Wareham, MA

About Seth

My name is Seth and I currently have my bachelors degree in music technology while percussion as my principle instrument. I have been doing percussion for 16 years, and am in process of obtaining my masters in music tech. Music is life and something important for young children to learn. It is my goal to teach students how to learn percussion starting from the basics, and progressing them through more advance techniques. I want them to have a strong background so if they wish to further pursue music as a career that they will be prepared for college. My approach: When I teach, I first start the student off on the snare drum. Snare drum will help establish certain principles that are important in percussion. Every instrument in percussion has its own techniques but getting ...

Al N. New Bedford, MA

About Al

I am a dedicated musician, who has a passion for music. I love many styles and do not limit myself, I can find good in just about any song. I am jazz-trained and versed in the styles of reggae, rock, funk, hip-hop, soul, progressive and just about anything else. I love to teach and pride myself on a very different approach that will guarantee improvement quickly and help the student find their own individual sound.

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