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Gordy Wilson Music
from 10 reviews
  • 44 years in business
Christopher L.
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Gordy has been my keyboard (piano and organ) instructor since 2002. I started learning the piano as an adult. I've had piano and violin lessons in the past, so I'm experienced with teachers. Gordy is the best private lesson instructor I've had, which explains my long experience with him! He's the perfect blend of a teacher that inspires, yet isn't pushy toward perfection. He also instructs my wife and two children (ages 6 and 9). We're currently doing this in our home, which has worked well, and all 4 of us can take lessons in an evening. Gordy is also a great piano tuner/repair person, and has kept our 90+ year old baby grand which has been in the family in good repair. I can definitely recommend Gordy as an instructor for students of any age or ability.

Wendy Marck
from 3 reviews
  • 12 years in business
Stephanie H.
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Wendy has been a great voice teacher for my daughter. She encourages her and gives her a say in what she would like work on. She is learning the basics of good voice training and enjoying learning musical numbers and songs she is interested in.

Perennial Sound Studio
from 1 review
  • 6 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Dimitri P.
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It was a relaxed environment and very professional.


We teach youth and adults how to play chords, scales, and complete songs quickly and efficiently! We also have our own band program for more experienced players.


I give music lessons for vocals, guitar, drums, and even brass instruments. I have over 7 years of experience playing music professionally for churches. I currently work at Vineyard Church in Sullivan as their assistant worship director.


I teach beginner, intermediate, and advanced piano lessons. I coach voice as well. The ages for piano begin at seven years old while voice lessons are for junior high and beyond.


I teach the correct way of singing and how to apply it to the different musical styles without hurting or harming your voice. Don't you wish to sing healthy? I have students ranging from beginning to advanced levels. Your technique should remain constant. Don't limit yourself as an artist; sing everything that is well suited for your voice. Vocal health today is what will sustain your voice for tomorrow.


I give 30-minute private lessons once a week. I give all ages, from pre-school to adult, lessons by using a material that is suitable for the individual person. I try to make the lessons fun and use motivations.


I teach people of all ages and musical backgrounds how to sing with a healthy technique. You can sing any genre in this technique method of singing! I also teach my students the fundamentals of musicianship so that they feel more connected to their music!


I'm James Mitchell. I have been a professional entertainer for 34 years, covering regional, summer stock, dinner theater, and cruise ships. I provide voice lessons, from beginners to professionals, along with dance instruction and acting lessons. My motto is: "Everyone can sing, and everyone has rhythm; if you can cry, you can act!" I look forward to giving back to the business all that I have learned. First lesson is free always, and then if you like the knowledge that I have to give and teach, we can go from there. I look forward to working with those who have a desire to succeed in the business, and if you have true talent, I will be the first to tell you, not like American Idol.


When you think of great musicians of the past, they were pretty much all composers: Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, etc. These composers were highly sought after as teachers. They were the instructors with whom other musicians wanted to study. Since I am not only a musician, but also a composer, I bring a unique element to music instruction that most ordinary teachers lack. In music, as with any field, the people who create the art have a greater knowledge and understanding than those who simply execute the art. For example, if you wanted to study architecture, you’d learn a lot more from an actual architect than from a carpenter or a construction worker. That's not to say that carpenters and construction workers don’t know something about architecture—they do know a little. But they do not know nearly as much about the house they are building as the person who actually designed the house. Likewise, there are piano teachers out there who can teach you what notes to play and which fingers to use, etc. But they do not have nearly the level of understanding about the “big picture” in music as those of us who are composers. So, before you pay another teacher $100+ a month for lessons, I would strongly encourage you to ask, are they just another run-of-the-mill piano player? Or are they someone who can really teach you about music? I am not just a piano player or piano teacher. I am a composer. And I can teach you much more about music than 99% of the teachers out there.

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