- Teaches students:
- Ages 16+
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Hi. After a successful career as a composer and music editor for film and TV in LA and NYC, I settled down in Phoenix. I'm looking for students who are interested in learning music in-depth, including theory, acoustics, improv, and composition. After graduation from Berklee College of Music in 1987 with a degree in Music Production and Engineering, I helped to start the music school at Sam Ash Music in New York. From there I moved to LA and worked as a teacher, composer, and engineer. You can read some of my credits and hear music I wrote on my website, TonyDiMito.com. My principal instrument is guitar, but I'm fluent on bass, mandolin, banjo, and other string instruments.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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