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Don p. Lebanon, CT

About Don

We provide a complete learning experience beyond your traditional guitar lesson format! We begin by teaching you how to play the guitar through actual songs and musical examples in the style YOU enjoy! We will focus on the skills needed to play and perform with other musicians. This is done by using real band backing tracks which you will be able to take home to practice along with. We will then record YOU playing the guitar parts with the band! Finally we provide performance opportunities where you can either perform a solo piece or team up with other students and share the spotlight. This includes both stage and video production studio performances! We strive to give you much more then guitar lessons. We offer you a complete guitar experience! Come join the experience! *** ...

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Cameron Z. August 14, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Learning to play guitar can be a daunting task. Don breaks it down into easy to understand lessons. After each lesson he sends me home with practice homework so I constantly feel like I'm making progress.

The most important thing for me when i wanted to take lesson was that the teacher new his stuff, Don definitely does. I'm not just learning to play guitar, i'm also learning more about music.
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Andrea H. August 3, 2014
Guitar · In home
When looking for a guitar teacher for my daughter, I was so pleased to find Don. He knew exactly where to begin with her and started her playing music right away. His creative techniques keep her engaged and excitedly looking for what's coming next. He is professional, yet warm at the same time, putting both her and I at ease. It is amazing to see the transformation in my daughter's guitar abilities as well as the transformation in her confidence. Don's expertise and patience is perfectly blended.
Thanks Don!
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Brian W. August 1, 2014
Guitar · In studio
Don has taught my son for over four years. He couldn't even read yet and Don was still able to get through to him. Great blend of modern rock and classics. Don blends the ability to teach skills, theory, and essential building blocks while also working in stuff that the students want to play.

Also, from a technology standpoint, Don uses a great site with file uploads, customize backing tracks and the ability to schedule. I would recommend to anyone interested in learning guitar from someone who cares about his students.
Kathleen F. North Kingstown, RI

About Kathleen

I began playing flute as a child and have continued with it into adulthood. After graduating high school, I attended CCRI and obtained an Associates Degree in Music, and now I am attending RIC as a Music Theory and Music History student. My two main instruments are Flute and Bass Clarinet. I am in a variety of small ensembles at school and currently the second chair Flutist for the RIC Wind Ensemble and Orchestra and first chair Bass Clarinetest RI Wind Ensemble. *** Lesson Details *** In lessons, I find it important to work on tone production, technique, etudes for concentration, and a piece that student and I pick out together. I also like to incorporate a little theory in the mix so student understands what they are reading. Most of all, I want the student to feel relaxed and have ...

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Steve S. November 24, 2014
Clarinet · In home
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Kathleen is dedicated, positive and timely. My daughter likes learning from her and I am glad I hired her.
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Kathleen F. February 26, 2014
Flute
Friendly and Skilled

My daughter has been taking flute lessons from Katie since September. She is very friendly and has helped my daughter improve her skills and technique greatly. She gets 5 stars!
Lou V. New London, CT

About Lou

I've been teaching acoustic and electric guitar for 25 years. All ages, children and adults. I minored in Music at Roger Williams University. Studied theory, ryhythm, piano, voice and flute. I performed throughout the New England area for 20 years as a solo singer/guitarist. I have both teaching and performing experience. I started performing (lead vocalist) in 8th grade, got chosen as best male vocalist/guitarist in my Senior Year of highschool.

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Lou V. October 2, 2014
Guitar · In studio
I am in my 60's and all my life I've wanted to play guitar. Lou has made that dream come true for me. It's been only a year of taking lessons with Lou and I am already playing many of my favorite songs. I remember at the beginning when I doubted if I would ever really play a song and Lou kept telling me "you will be playing sooner that you think". Then it all started coming together and I now play with my friends and I can't express how thankful I am for Lou's teaching style which has allowed me to learn chords, rhythm patterns, songs and even finger picking. It don't get any better than this.

R.W. of Massachusetts
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Lou V. October 2, 2014
Guitar · In studio
My son and I have been taking guitar lessons from Lou for two years now and at the beginning we didn't know anything about playing guitar. Now, we know over two dozen of our favorite songs, chords, rhythm patterns and he's presently teaching us about finger picking. He has not only made my son and I learn how to play guitar but has given me another opportunity to enjoy doing something with my son and all of this adds up to an outstanding teaching job by Lou.

Bruce and Alex of Massachusetts
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Lou V. October 2, 2014
Guitar · In studio
I started taking guitar lessons at the age of 13 from Lou. When I first began my lessons I never imagined I'd be able to play like I can now. Now I am 16 and completed three years of lessons and I enjoyed all 3 years. Each year I found I progressed more and more and that's all thanks to Lou's teaching style. He is an amazing instructor. My favorite artist is Taylor Swift. He taught me how to play so many of her songs I lost count. I feel I am ready to advance in music theory and playing if I want to continue my guitar studies in college. I highly recommend him.

C. L. of Massachusetts
Melanie R. East Greenwich, RI

About Melanie

My life has been all about music, certified public school teacher, lecturer of music at university level, private studio instruction. I grew up, 1 of 7 children. We are all musicians in performance and education. I am passionate about individual students achieving highest level of their ability. With encouragement, modeling (keeping my skills at their highest ability), opportunities for performances, and group lessons, inspiration comes with the students' experience. Music theory is integrated into each lesson along with singing skills. I teach harp as well as piano, strong skills on both instruments. I have a Bachelor of Science degree specialized in music education and a Master of Music degree in performance, harp and piano. Thank you for your time and consideration. I am looking ...

Tim B. Uncasville, CT

About Tim

Hi my name is Tim B.! I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Percussion and have been teaching percussion and drumset for the last ten years. I work with students of all ages and especially enjoy working with students that are passionate at becoming excellent percussionists and drummers. I have lots of experience teaching college and high school drumlines and percussion classes for middle school and high school students. If you are preparing for an audition, want to learn drumset, or if you just want to get better at playing the drums, I would be excited to share the knowledge and experience I have with you!

Michael G. Westerly, RI

About Michael

Michael G, Tenor and Multi-instrumentalist, began singing in his hometown at the age of nine with The Chorus of Westerly. Throughout his time at the University of Rhode Island, Michael has deeply enjoyed and showed profound dedication to the field he is pursuing. He is involved in Concert Choir, University Chorus, Opera Workshop, Lively Experiment, and the URI Symphony Orchestra. Michael also sings at the Trinity Episcopal Church of Newport, Rhode Island through their Choral Scholar Program. Currently pursuing a double major in Music Education and Vocal Performance with Secondary in Violin, Michael plans to graduate in May of 2016.

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