- Teaches students:
- Ages 4+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
Bridget is Los Angeles-based, New England-grown folk-pop songwriter and music teacher. Bridget graduated from Berklee College of Music and Emerson College in 2017 with degrees in music technology and acting. She spent much of her undergraduate time working in venues and theaters, writing musicals and directing an cappella group before moving west to work in the music business. Bridget is currently a full time music and yoga teacher throughout LA, an avid runner, skiier and mom to her cat, Puppy.
Piano, violin, voice, guitar
Worked on movie trailers for Wonder Woman, Dunkirk, Star Wars
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Bridget is an incredibly patient, intelligent, and passionate teacher that can take your confidence level from a 6 to a 10 in just one lesson. Taking classes with her will definitely change the way you approach music and allow you to be your best self. 💖+ Read More
Bridget is amazing at what she does! She made sessions fun and easy, and she really knows her stuff!
Bridget worked with me to compose a new piece for an acapella arrangement for nearly 20 people. The original piece was a pop rock song with one singer, a piano, guitar, bass, and drums.
Prior to her lesson and assistance, I had never arranged a musical piece before, though I could read and write music and was able to plunk out a few notes.
Bridget was patient, knowledgeable, and a pleasure to work with. I will definitely be reaching out to Bridget again for additional lessons!
Bridget is an incredible teacher. Very patient and she has a great way of explaining things to make them easily understandable and achievable. I would definitely recommend Bridget as a teacher.