Vincent Conigliaro

Vincent C.

Staten Island, NY

About Vincent C.

Vincent teaches: Ages 10 to 80
Special needs
Teaching since: December 1976
Last sign in: Yesterday


Dr. Vince is a musician, guitarist, songwriter, vocalist, and a producer.
Vince has three cds out with one in Germany.
Dr. Vince has two master degrees one in music and in education with a PhD in Music
Vince was produced by" Badfingers" Joey Molland, which was the Beatles first band signed to Apple Records. My band VitalpointRocks was also recorded by Ron Thal aka Bumblefoot and is now playing guitar for Guns and Roses I also performed with the Del Vikings, Ben E. King, and many local groups
Vince wrote two instructional books one for guitar and vocal and is currently writing a book he also plans to record more music.

*** Lesson Details ***
Through my methods of teaching a student could excel, learn, and become an accomplish musician at any age. I work within the age group that is, to teach in the level of that student instead of above them.I have help students to get into bands and become songwriters. I show students how to practice within 15 minutes and become productive in ideas and have fun in the process all ages could have fun. I am one of those individuals who love to teach music and my reward is when you learn and feel good about your studies in the instrument so my last words to conclude in all of this is “have fun and enjoy the beauty of music.”

I am emphatic about learning music I cover all the grounds in music such as theory the basics to harmony and my favorite songwriting and get you to play what you like
I have worked with all ages and the one thing I know in the beginning is to make that student feel comfortable and to get the attention from that student so they can learn, play, and most importantly have fun with it.
I show students time management in their studies how to practice in such a little time I plan each lesson and if the lesson is not right for that day I quickly go into a second plan. I can always detect if the plan does not go well because there is one thing a teacher must know and that is to teach in the level of the student and not beyond so they can succeed properly and move on to the next level.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Private teaching studio in a finished basement a whole drum kit, 3 keyboards, has several guitars and a bass for students to use at his home, microphones for voice and plenty of music stands

*** Specialties ***
Teaching bands how to write songs and record as well as instructions on instruments


Doctorate in music
Jan 2009 - Present
Professional musician and songwriter

Note to the reader in my profession I must view every possible subject in the music world music is full of variables. I have spent literally fifty years on this journey to quest what is on the other side of music, saying that here are the important parts of this paradigm
1) Has an open mind
2) Must be relax and patient
3) Love music
If you have all three components then you are in!

I focus on all levels and I have a formula for each
I write everything down so you will always remember
and I could get you to even write your own music!
Think about it, this can be done at any age I have the proof and the technique

50 years playing and making a living in the music biz
Jun 1968 - Present
Music biz


Ph.D M.A M.S.
Jun 1993 - Jan 2009
Staten Island Collge, Capella University,Marylebone University

Languages Spoken

Professional Proficiency


song biilboard
Aug 1991


Broadcast Music Inc.
Apr 1986

One of three United States performing rights organizations, along with ASCAP and SESAC. It collects license fees on behalf of songwriters, composers, and music publishers and distributes them as royalties to those members whose works have been performed. In FY 2013, BMI collected more than $944 million in licensing fees and distributed $814 million in royalties.

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
Feb 1980

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is a membership association of more than 480,000 US composers, songwriters, lyricists and music publishers. The ASCAP is committed to nurturing music makers throughout their careers.

13 Reviews on Vincent C.

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Frankiegny Apr 12, 2017
· Piano · In studio I find Vincent to be a very good and patient teacher. He has a nice easy way of teaching.
nataliya Feb 3, 2017
· Drum · In studio My daughter loves the lessons. Dr Vincent is great teacher
nataliya Feb 3, 2017
· Drum · In studio My daughter loves the lessons. Dr Vincent is great teacher
Christopher D. Nov 10, 2016
· Guitar · In studio He really understood me...I want to continue lessons with Dr. Vincent
John G. Oct 21, 2016
· Bass Guitar · In studio Very passionate about his craft. Explains everything in practical application.
Joseph Sessa Mar 9, 2016
· Bass Guitar · In studio Very impressed with his knowledge of music. Nice and easy going . I believe he will be able to teach me what I want to know.
Michele G. Mar 2, 2016
· Bass Guitar · In studio Having taken guitar lessons as a kid myself I know the importance of having a patient passionate teacher Dr. Vincent possesses all those qualities and more. A qualified teacher, with a PhD, who knows his stuff but is also able to break down his vast knowledge into bits that even a middle schooler could understand. My son is excelling at his base guitar thanks to Dr. Vincent and is developing a love for his instrument I hadn't expected.
Leo Cagliostro Aug 26, 2015
· Singing · In studio This instructor is a professional with a comfortable mannerism that puts you at ease and confident that you will learn and have a wonderful experience doing it.
Patrick G. Jun 25, 2015
· Bass Guitar · In studio Vincent and I hit it off right from the beginning. He is very knowledgable about music and the bass in particular, which is what I wanted. He also is very comfortable to work with and has a very spacious studio to work in.
John L. Nov 1, 2013
· Guitar · Great Teacher

Vince has shown patience and professionalism since the first day I started.
He answers questions fully and allow the lessons to flow at a pace that works for me.
His lessons stay on point and we don't proceed unless I have a grasp of the technique or principle.
I recommend him for prospective students of all ages.
Vincent Conigliaro
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