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Being aware of the needs of every music student, and having extensive connections in the music industry, Jim has assembled a staff of the right kind of pupil-oriented guitar instructors who can truly connect with a student at their level, and provide the focus, insight, and attention that makes guitar lessons have much deeper value and meaning. Just ask any of our students: They say it best by showing continued loyalty year after year.
We teach all levels and styles of guitar, we are very patient, warm, and great with kids or adults, and have extensive experience working in both one on one and classroom settings. (classical, acoustic, electric), Scales, chords, advanced techniques, speed development.
Have you ever looked at a guitar and said; I wish I could play it?
Professional Musician Instructors with performance experience.
We have 3 experienced guitarists (and composers) now accepting new students to teach you, not only how to play that way, but how to write your own great music as well.
Would you like to learn rock, blues, R&B, folk, funk, country, jazz, reggae or other world styles?
Would you like to learn to play your favorite songs and how to take songs you already know to a new level of mastery?
You'll get new techniques in rhythm and groove playing and soloing, how to use chord shapes to navigate on the neck or just get started playing some songs that you love.
Meet with our 'Anne' today!
Expand your vocal range, learn how to sing correctly without damaging your vocal chords, use the appropriate vocal techniques like vocal breathing in order to support your voice.
Call our studio manager Jim at (203) 226-4142, and we can talk about how you can become a singing guitarist and a better musician.
Guitar Lessons, Acoustic and Electric, Bass, and Voice,
We are a full service music education resource.
Band Performance Class: (training in a group) also available.
You play in a real band! Weekly Sessions. Great Experience. Customized to your level of musicianship.
By choosing Our Studio, you are getting it all. Real world playing experience carefully customized to be enjoyable based on your needs.
Step by step, you will get all of the building blocks that the greatest guitarists past and present have acknowledged spurred them on to
succeeding with guitar. With us as your coach, you'll be guaranteed to have tons of fun, mixed with the right foundation for playing this unique, exhilarating instrument. We look forward to getting to know you! -Westport Guitar Lessons,
-Jimmy Lane and Staff.
Beginner to Advanced Techniques:
Learn all styles of music including: Jazz, Classical, Rock, Metal, Fusion, R&B, Funk, Latin, Reggae,
We are competitively priced, offering high quality music instruction. Acoustic and Electric, Guitar and Bass Lessons for all ages: 4 to 99 years old. Please use the Contact form or email email@example.com
The game "Rock Band" is no substitute for real guitar lessons.
Studio / Office Westport Music Lessons Westport, CT - Lessons provided in your home for non Fairfield County clients:
We do it all, so please tell us about you, your instrument of choice, and style of music you'd like to learn. Also, the best way for us to contact you:
Piano lessons are fun and life-enriching. For over ten years, Robert has been teaching our students how to enjoy music by playing the piano and discovering the diversity of music in our world. His students are given the opportunity to study music that they truly enjoy while learning principles and ideas that are fundamental to any musical education.
In the piano studio, Robert has taught beginning through advanced students from ages 4 through adult. At the college level, he has taught courses in Music Appreciation and Functional Piano Skills to students preparing for entrance and acceptance. He is an active performer in his own band playing his origional written music.
Daniela's views and Info;
The flute makes a beautiful, soothing sound.
Flutes often play the melody or lead parts in a band.
Flutists get front-row seats in the band.
Flute is fun to play in duets and ensembles, and sounds good with almost all other instruments.
The flute is small and easy to carry.
Flute is not difficult to learn. With practice you can be as good as you want to be.
It’s easy to find music for flute. (A flute is in the key of C, so music doesn’t have to be transposed like many other instruments.)
Flutes sound good in all types of music—classical,
modern, rock, jazz, pop, easy listening, gospel,
contemporary Christian, etc.
Once you can play flute you can also play piccolo.
Other woodwind instruments (clarinets and saxophones)
play similarly and are easy for flutists to learn.
Our Flute Instructor, Daniela has been playing flute for
nearly fifteen years. As a recent graduate from the
prestigious Purchase College of Music in New York with a Bachelors' in Flute Performance, she can play and teach a wide range of style from classical, jazz, and blues to meditational, world, and electronic music.
She has performed with such instruments as flute, piccolo, voice, EWI (electronic wind instrument), sax, and various wooden flutes and recorders.
She has volunteered with the Albany Symphony Orchestra teaching flute and has been teaching on her own for 5 years. Aside from teaching She only wishes to share her passion and endless wonders of music to others.
Daniela just graduated with her master’s in music performance (flute) from Purchase College, SUNY where she is studying with Dr. Tara O’Connor. Daniela received her bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from Columbus State University in 2014 where she studied with Dr. Andrée Martin. She’s performed as principal at the Georgia All-State Band in the year of 2010 and was a Governor’s Honor’s Program Finalist in 2009. She was also co-principal in the Atlanta Youth Wind Symphony and principal in the Metropolitan Youth Symphony Orchestra in the years of 2009-10’. She’s performed many principal parts with the CSU Philharmonic under the baton of Paul Hostetter, the CSU Wind Ensemble under the baton of Dr. Jamie Nix, the CSU Contemporary Ensemble and the CSU flute choir since her freshman year and is now performing with the Purchase Symphony Orchestra and New Music Ensemble.
In 2012, she won the Georgia Philharmonic Young Artist Competition and performed Carl Reinecke’s Concerto in D Major with the orchestra on Feb. 16th and was a Finalist in the Atlanta Flute Club Young Artist Competition.
Among Daniela’s performance experiences, she also has a lot of experience as a teacher. At Columbus State University, Daniela worked at the Preparatory Division Program of the Schwob School of Music teaching kids of all ages and levels to play the flute. She spent two consecutive years working with a full flute section at the Forsyth Central High School band camp.
She also has five years of experience in private teaching, which includes school-aged children and even adults who have never played before.
Daniela intends to continue her career as a musician by entering into a doctoral program and earning her doctorate degree in order to become a full-time flute teacher at the university level. She endeavors to perform with a world-renowned chamber ensemble or orchestra.
Drum Lessons and More with Jimmy Lane
You don't have to be Itzhak Perlman to enjoy the feel of pulling a horse hair bow across a Strad's four strings, so we encourage you to spend some time with our Miss Katie. You will love her kind and gentle appraoch to learning Violin.
Our experienced, professional Music Instruction staff is adept at working with anyone--youngster through adult--at any skill level--beginner through advanced.
Westport Music Lessons
Serving town since 1993