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My son, Ethan Portwood started out taking guitar lessons from Chris at the age of 15 then switched to taking Bass lessons after about a year. During that time Chris helped him grow into an accomplished musician and singer. Chris also helped not only Ethan but 3 others and before you knew it we had a GREAT band. Sadly though as time went on and they guys grew older the band no longer is together. Chris was and still is there for them for advice if needed. Hopefully after the first of the year we can get a new band together.
Bill is a great guitar teacher! He has been playing guitar for decades and loves everything about the guitar. He even has some experience making guitars.
My 10 year old looks forward to her guitar lessons with Devan each week. He is a patient, kind and encouraging teacher. We highly recommend him!
I've been taking guitar lessons from Chris for two years, and I have learned so much from him in just a short amount of time. He has taught me a variety of music genres through both songs and scales. Chris is an exceptional guitarist and has an extensive knowledge of music! He excels at blending theory with practical techniques and methods. Chris helps me set weekly goals, and I always feel comfortable asking him questions. He is both encouraging and motivating. In addition, Chris has a very impressive music background--he recieved classical training in Spain, he plays in a few bands, and he has even recorded his own CD! If you're looking for a guitar teacher that will take you far, I highly recommend Chris Sullivan!
I'm a professional educator, as well as trained to be a professional musician.
Are you interested in piano lessons? I have successfully taught piano to all ages and levels, beginner to advanced, for 34 years. Lesson curriculum includes theory, as well as traditional studies in classical music. I also offer studies in jazz and improvisation. My private studio is located at Don Wilson Music Co. on Southland Drive. I also serve as the piano program director at the School for the Creative and Performing Arts, a public magnet school, where I have taught for the last 15 years. Please contact me if you have any questions, or would be interested in signing up for private lessons. The average run time for each lesson is 30 minutes, at a cost of ninety-two dollars per month (twenty-three dollars per lesson). My qualifications and performance experience: I have performed extensively throughout the Lexington area as a solo pianist in addition to performing in various rock, pop, and jazz ensembles. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree (1978), as well as a Master of Music degree (1990), both from the University of Kentucky. In the past, I have had the opportunity to study composition under American composer Joe Baber and pianists Jay Flippin (jazz piano) and Patricia Montgomery (classical piano). In addition, I perform with Angie Sanders and Marty Walker. Angie Sanders handles the vocal duties, while I am featured on piano and keyboards. Our sound is rounded out with the recent addition of Marty Walker on drums and percussion (who also performs with the very popular Johnson Brothers Band). As a duo (or trio), our sound can best be described as a mix of jazz, blues, some Motown, and hip contemporary tunes. The music swings with a fresh energy and yet can be laid back, with a nice, mellow groove. It is music that is easy to listen to and readily familiar, consisting of an array of classic, jazz standards, as well as unique interpretations of modern, pop music. The style is guaranteed to please a variety of musical tastes. It is energetic and lively and yet not overpowering, and can be especially suited to a more intimate setting, if required. Either way, Dave, Angie, and Marty can provide your establishment or soiree with a very entertaining mix of swinging, dynamic music and good times, guaranteed to please just about everyone. I am also available as a soloist, mainly performing jazz and pop standards on the piano. If your function or soiree requires a more relaxed and intimate sound, please feel free to contact me to discuss your event. My private studio location: Don Wilson Music Co., 275 Southland Drive, Lexington, KY
I offer piano and music theory lessons. This includes learning to read sheet music, understand music literacy and play the piano.
I am a very patient person and helping someone learn something new gives me a great amount of gratification.
I'm a student of the guitar as well. I understand through first-hand experience what it's like to learn it.
I give guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, piano, ukulele, and drum lessons. I can teach any style of music. I also have a great studio to play in.
I offer tutorials on playing the guitar for any skill level. Beginner to advanced students are welcome. I specialize in folk/rock/blues style.
I will teach you basic guitar fingering and strumming, allowing you to accompany yourself as you sing. I have been playing guitar and singing since the age of 12. I am patient and will help you learn to accompany your voice.
Zen? Relaxation? Learn the Ukulele. Very simply put, I want to teach you the ukulele. I have been playing for a few years now, and it is truly my passion. I want to share this beautiful instrument with the world!
I offer live music for all occasions. I do recording by the hour. Lessons in guitar for all ages and levels are available. Bass ad drum lessons for all ages and levels are also available. I do vinyl records and have been doing the music thing for over 30 years. My physical location at 522 Washington, Shelbyville, Kentucky is open for business 5 days a week.
I am a musician. I play for cocktail settings on acoustic guitar, occasionally called acoustic jazz. I can also provide lessons to whoever may be interested in my spare time. I perform standards, ragtime, classical and many other varied styles of acoustic guitar music.
I am teaching music for all ages and experience. I provide lessons on guitar, piano, composition/songwriting and music theory. I have music degrees in guitar and composition from the University of Kentucky.
I have over a decade of teaching experience at the piano, with previous experience at the Dr. Alma Batista Music Studio in Riverside, California. I newly reside in Lexington, Kentucky and am studying Music Theory at the graduate level. I believe that learning how to perform the piano includes theoretical and historical knowledge of music and have been successfully incorporating those critical components into my piano lessons as a matter of course.
Im a Nashville Session Guitarist and have been for years.Ive played all over the world with the greatest in the world...!
Learn how to play the piano in the heart of the Bluegrass. Registration for fall lessons is now open! Reserve your spot today by contacting us. Annie is a professor and a Ph.D. student at the University of Kentucky. She attended Georgetown College on a piano scholarship and began her piano studio in graduate school. She has over 20 years of practice experience and three years of teaching experience. Piano lessons are individually customized for each child and adult student. The core lessons focus on the following: technique development, music theory, memorization, performance, and music history. The studio also offers monthly master classes for students, giving them the opportunity to perform, learn about music history, and musically engage with their peers. There are two classes -- one for younger students and another for older students. Tuition covers weekly 30-minute lessons, a monthly master class, and supplemental books and materials. Recitals are held twice a year.
I've been teaching beginner guitar lessons for 10 years. Lessons are held in a safe place located in a church.
I offer private music instruction. I am a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, a long-time performer in many musical styles, recipient of the Master Teacher Designation from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, and professor of music at Berea College. All styles of piano is taught, with the understanding of basic music theory included.