Lindsey was nominated as teacher of the year in 2011


 

Lindsey graduated from Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, NC in 2002 with a Bachelor’s in Music Education/choral and piano emphasis, graduating magna cum laude, and holds a Masters in Music for Music Theory from Tennessee State University, graduating in 2014. While at the university, she tutored students and was elected head tutor of the theory department. She’s currently attending the University of of SC in Columbia, SC for her Doctorate of Music, expected graduation in 2018. Lindsey grew up singing harmony with her family, and started band in 7th grade playing trumpet and French horn. Later she played snare drum and became percussion captain by her senior year. Lindsey has taught K-6 in public school for 10 years, earning her national boards teaching certification in 2010, and was nominated Teacher of the Year by her peers in 2011. She has also conducted and performed in a local community choir of 70+ adults.
Personality rating: easygoing

 

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Meet our instructor Jay in Asheville NC


Jay is a guitar, electric bass, and piano teacher and offers guitar lessons, electric bass lessons and piano lessons in Asheville NC

 


Jay graduated with a Liberal Arts degree from Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA in 1999. He continued his education at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA to receive a Bachelors in Professional Music in 2002. Jay began playing piano at the age of six and guitar at age thirteen. At sixteen he started writing his own music and playing in rock bands. At age nineteen he began to study classical and jazz theory. Jay has been performing since 1999 in small jazz combos and big bands, church worship bands, and as a solo guitarist. Jay has been teaching since 2000 and offers rock, pop, classical, jazz, blues, Bosa-Nova for guitar, and classical on piano.

Personality rating: outgoing

Piano teacher Shiori teaches traditional and Suzuki violin methods


Shiori began her piano studies at the age of five in Tokyo, Japan, receiving grants and prizes as a young child which led to a concerto performance debut at the age of fourteen. She then attended the pre-college at Manhattan School of Music. Shiori graduated from the Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY in 2014 with a Bachelor of Music-Piano Performance. While there, she took piano pedagogy courses and was in a piano teaching internship program for three years. She continued her education at Manhattan School of Music in NY to receive a Master of Music-Piano Performance in 2016. There she held a piano instructor position at Manhattan School of Music’s community division. Shiori plans to continue her education to receive a Doctoral of Musical Arts degree in the fall 2016 at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Shiori has been teaching since 2008 and offers both traditional and Suzuki methods and offers classical and contemporary styles.

Personality rating: outgoing

Meet our new instructor Rusty


Rusty received a Bachelor in music for guitar performance/composition in 2014 from Belmont University in Nashville, TN. While at the university, he played guitar in the jazz band and double bass in the orchestra. He also studied and teaches the piano, banjo, ukulele, and mandolin. After graduating, Rusty performed as a guitarist on cruise ships from 2014-2016. Rusty began teaching in 2010, and found a love for teaching, as well as performing. He offers jazz, pop, rock, blues, country, classical, and bluegrass styles.

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Charlsey in Nashville teaches Voice, Piano and Guitar! (via Melody Music Studios)


Talent only needs a little push. A great instructor can make all the difference.

Charlsey in Nashville teaches Voice, Piano and Guitar! Charlsey Charlsey graduated from Lee University in Cleveland, TN in 2003 with a vocal performance degree and a 3.4 GPA. She’s been teaching since 2001. Charlsey teaches voice, piano and guitar. While at the university, she was assistant director of the Children’s Chorale and has performed in many shows, including The King and I, Grease, and Guys and Dolls, to name a few. She’s also performed in choirs, opera workshops, and has recorded with top p … Read More

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Piano teacher Shiori teaches traditional and Suzuki violin methods


Shiori began her piano studies at the age of five in Tokyo, Japan, receiving grants and prizes as a young child which led to a concerto performance debut at the age of fourteen. She then attended the pre-college at Manhattan School of Music. Shiori graduated from the Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY in 2014 with a Bachelor of Music-Piano Performance. While there, she took piano pedagogy courses and was in a piano teaching internship program for three years. She continued her education at Manhattan School of Music in NY to receive a Master of Music-Piano Performance in 2016. There she held a piano instructor position at Manhattan School of Music’s community division. Shiori plans to continue her education to receive a Doctoral of Musical Arts degree in the fall 2016 at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Shiori has been teaching since 2008 and offers both traditional and Suzuki methods and offers classical and contemporary styles.

Personality rating: outgoing

Fall touring…cultivating the college market


 

Is your ideal fan base made up of college students? This is a powerful demographic and can be tapped easiest by those of college age or marketers who relate to this demographic. College fans can create powerful networks on campus and off. Many still have disposable income for merchandise, tee shirts and cds. College fans can create interest at campus radio and publications and can spread music via internet, text messages and word of mouth

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