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  • Best of '15

    Richards Guitar Studio

    (9 reviews)

    Our guitar teachers are flexible and personable college-trained musicians, as well as active performers, experts in beginner lessons, classical, metal, acoustic, and all other major genres. All ages, levels, and styles are welcome. Take lessons in our large lesson rooms with internet access, iPod docks, drum machines, books and sheet music, and other lesson resources. Students also get password access to our online lesson resources. We have a large waiting area with wireless internet access for parents and families.

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  • C-Note Music Philly

    (14 reviews)

    I can get you actually playing music on your instrument very, very quickly. lessons are never a grind, but are fun and interactive. I like to help others bring music into the world, and spread my passion for music to everyone.

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  • Rich Barry

    (6 reviews)

    Rich Barry is an award winning musician and classically trained guitarist. He performs a wide range of music from Spanish, Flamenco and Tangos, Jazz and Popular Music covers and a handful of his own compositions. Accolades from past 2016 bookings: "...such a talented musician"- Deenise Rebiero Perez, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment"...His music is beautiful." - Martha Stewart, "...a dynamic and charming musical performer"- Katie Crown, Elle, and "Your music was the perfect ambiance"- Molly Wolfsehr, Google. The last direct pupil of Andrés Segovia praised him as "a truly innovative musician of the twenty first century". Since the age of twelve he has performed over fifteen hundred times at a broad range of events throughout the world. Notable venues in the past include The Kennedy Center, The Academy of Arts and Sciences, Rockefeller Center, The Boom Boom Room of the Standard, Hyde of The Bellagio, Salle Françoys-Bernier Hall, Andrew Mellon Auditorium and Vizcaya Museum. A true pioneering musical entrepreneur, Rich has performed for several companies including Google, NBC Universal, USA Today, Elle, Martha Stewart and Ted Talks. Rich Barry's dedication and passion of performance are equally matched with his advocacy of arts and music. In 2010 he was invited to perform at the second annual National Cultural Heritage Exchange in Washington DC. This exchange on Capitol Hill brought together ten federal agencies and twelve national entities including the National Endowment for the Arts and The President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities. He has donated his time and performances for awareness and funding on behalf of The Clark Education Trust of the Smithsonian Institute, USA Today's Make a Difference Day hosted by Andy Cohen, The Junior Committee for The New York Center for Children Hosted by Martha Stewart, The Every-man Theater, The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, and The Ronald McDonald Foundation. Since starting guitar lessons at the age of four, the life of Rich Barry has been dedicated to a career of the guitar through extensive education and experiences. At age nine he gave his first major public performance at Steadman Auditorium of Mansfield University near his birthplace in the rural north-woods of Pennsylvania. By the age of twelve he had studied with instructors at The Julliard School, The Eastman School of Music, and The Interlochen Arts Academy. Study during his teenage years with Dr. Pablo Cohen, the professor of guitar at Ithaca College and Cornell University guided Rich Barry to The Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University where he was awarded the prestigious Rose and Leon J. Neiburg Scholarship followed by a full graduate teaching assistant scholarship. While at Peabody, Rich studied with the esteemed pedagogue and performer Julian Gray, the current chair of Peabody's guitar department. I get to travel the planet performing music. In 2016 I got to visit and perform in Amsterdam, New York, Las Vegas, Tokyo, Baltimore, Oranjestad, and London.

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  • Philadelphia Guitar School, LLC

    (6 reviews)

    We are all unique with our own tastes in music and it's awesome that we get to choose what goes on our playlists. Why should private music education be any different? Our instructors tailor the curriculum around your tastes and goals along with exercises to help you succeed. With Philadelphia Guitar School you decide where to begin. No music choice is weird, silly, or boring. We match our students' tastes with our instructors' expertise to make sure you’re paired with someone who will make your learning experience fun! All levels, ages, and styles welcome! Children (ages 5 - 11), Teens (ages 13 - 19), Adults. If you want to learn, we’re here to teach! Current instrument lessons offered: guitar, piano, bass, drums, cello, accordion, mandolin, ukulele. Watching students have "aha" moments! E.g. the first time they make the connection between a chord and a melody pattern.

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  • Soulstrings, Inc.

    (4 reviews)

    I have been playing and teaching for so long, I have seen many many different types of people at different ability levels. I know how to help all different kinds of players and people. From a young adolescent, to a retiree, to special needs, I have seen it all. I like helping people play music. Kinda makes the world a better place. I love it when the student begins to understand something about music he/she previously didn't know prior to our lessons. That is very gratifying.

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  • Colt Morris Music Services

    (4 reviews)

    I am a professional musician and music teacher with over 10 years of professional playing experience and a bachelors degree from Temple Universtity in jazz bass performance. I can provide a wide variety of musical acts for any type of private event. From an affordable solo acoustic guitar with vocals, to a full band spanning many genres. I also offer private guitar, piano and bass lessons to people of all ages. From live performance to thoughtful teaching, Colt Morris Music Services will always provide the highest-quality product.

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  • S Music Studio

    (3 reviews)

    S Music Studio offers lessons in piano, drums and voice, both private and group. I have a cutting-edge studio with computer stations where students can try out the best music software in the market. My studio is located in Middletown, DE, but we also service other areas with in-home lessons. I have excellent teachers working for me, and I am sure we can find just the right one for you.

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  • Swiftlessons

    (1 reviews)

    I'm a dedicated and innovative instructor offering world class lessons and resources that no other instructor can claim. Every lesson is carefully planned, and backed up with powerful practice videos and cheat sheets! adding an enjoyable skill to peoples lives.

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  • Katherine's Piano Lessons

    I am Penn music major teaching piano and music theory for children and beginners. I have been playing since I was five and have won many competitions since.

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Richards Guitar Studio

(9 reviews)

What do you love about your job?

I am fortunate to work with passionate students, supportive parents, and our incredible staff of teachers at Richards Guitar Studio. Our teachers are dedicated, enthusiastic, and go way above and beyond to deliver customer service that fills me with pride about my business. I believe our business really matters to our customers, as we bring the joy and gift of music to hundreds of people each week with excellence.

What or who inspired you to start your own business?

I have always been entrepreneurial at heart. One day, about 8 or 9 years ago, sitting on the beach in Wildwood, NJ, I was reading "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", a light bulb popped on in my head. Although the book isn't a practical business book, it's great because it gets the creative juices flowing and gets the reader dreaming. I had an idea in that instant that I knew would work as a business. I had a gut instinct about it and a clear-as-day vision of what it would look like and how it would operate. I would turn my passion for music, my current job and expertise, my determination to teach real, quality music lessons that weren't just fast, easy, and fun but a real gift that would be with my students for their entire lives. I saw how I could turn that into a business that would matter in people's lives. I can't see myself doing any other job. I am fortunate that I was able to turn my love for music into a business that I love running every single day.

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