Rachel in Asheville can teach you to sing….via skype!


Rachel
Rachel received her Master’s in Music in Vocal Performance from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN in 2011, and graduated with honors and a 4.0 GPA. Before that, she received her Bachelors in Arts in Music for Vocal Performance from the University of Saint Thomas in Houston, TX in 2008, graduating with a summa cum laude. She also completed additional 15 credit hours in field of Education. Along with her degrees, Rachel is also certified for Level I Kodály Music Education, receiving that at the Kodály Institute of Houston in Houston, TX in 2009. Rachel teaches voice, piano, and guitar. She has participated in several master workshops, and has performed as soloist for orchestras, ensembles and bands. Rachel has been teaching since 2006, and her styles include classical, opera, art songs, jazz, pop, country, rock, musical theater, sacred music, among others.
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Kids bored? Dwight can fix that via skype….


Dwight
Dwight graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC, receiving a Bachelor’s in Music Performance and Music Education in 1980.  He was recipient of the Alyse Smith Reynolds Performing Scholarship for 3 years. Dwight began playing guitar at age 5 and studied for 2 years with a local instructor as a child.  He attended the UNC School of the Arts Summer program in classical guitar at age 7 and again at age 11. He switched to bass at the age of 14, playing in the high school jazz band. After college, Dwight spent 10 years touring and working with notable musicians in jazz and rock bands.  Dwight has been teaching since 1980, and he offers rock, country, bluegrass, pop, jazz, classical, world music, among other styles

Indie Acoustic Project winner Nick is our newest instructor


Nick graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA with a degree in Professional Music in 2011 and is currently pursuing his Masters in Music for Music Therapy. He began playing at the age of nine, and throughout high school he played in rock and jazz bands, the school orchestra, chorus, and big band. Nick is a performer (guitar, mandolin, bass, voice, and piano/keyboard), as well as a composer, recording artist, and music transcriber. Nick has traveled the USA, Canada, Europe, and Africa, performing solo and with various groups. He recorded his debut album in 2014, receiving the Indie Acoustic Project’s 2014 Instrumental Album of the Year, and continues to perform and record locally. Nick began teaching in 2007 and offers bluegrass, jazz, gypsy jazz, rock, funk, Motown, and pop styles.

Our instructor Concetta is a teacher and performer in NYC


Concetta
Concetta graduated from Smith College in Northampton, Ma, with a Bachelor’s in Art for Music/Anthropology in 2009. Concetta is a classically trained violinist/violist since the age of 4, and has also studied guitar, mandolin, piano and vocals. Concetta’s mother is a public school orchestra director, and her father owns a musical instrument repair business, so she grew up exposed to music education and performing, and she has toured in 2005 with many orchestras and symphonies. Concetta has been teaching since 2005, and her styles include classical/baroque, Latin, jazz, improv, and folk.Personality rating: Outgoing

Indie Acoustic Project winner Nick is our newest instructor


Nick graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA with a degree in Professional Music in 2011 and is currently pursuing his Masters in Music for Music Therapy. He began playing at the age of nine, and throughout high school he played in rock and jazz bands, the school orchestra, chorus, and big band. Nick is a performer (guitar, mandolin, bass, voice, and piano/keyboard), as well as a composer, recording artist, and music transcriber. Nick has traveled the USA, Canada, Europe, and Africa, performing solo and with various groups. He recorded his debut album in 2014, receiving the Indie Acoustic Project’s 2014 Instrumental Album of the Year, and continues to perform and record locally. Nick began teaching in 2007 and offers bluegrass, jazz, gypsy jazz, rock, funk, Motown, and pop styles.

Rachel in Asheville can teach you to sing….via skype!


Rachel
Rachel received her Master’s in Music in Vocal Performance from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN in 2011, and graduated with honors and a 4.0 GPA. Before that, she received her Bachelors in Arts in Music for Vocal Performance from the University of Saint Thomas in Houston, TX in 2008, graduating with a summa cum laude. She also completed additional 15 credit hours in field of Education. Along with her degrees, Rachel is also certified for Level I Kodály Music Education, receiving that at the Kodály Institute of Houston in Houston, TX in 2009. Rachel teaches voice, piano, and guitar. She has participated in several master workshops, and has performed as soloist for orchestras, ensembles and bands. Rachel has been teaching since 2006, and her styles include classical, opera, art songs, jazz, pop, country, rock, musical theater, sacred music, among others.

Kids bored? Dwight can fix that via skype….


Dwight
Dwight graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC, receiving a Bachelor’s in Music Performance and Music Education in 1980.  He was recipient of the Alyse Smith Reynolds Performing Scholarship for 3 years. Dwight began playing guitar at age 5 and studied for 2 years with a local instructor as a child.  He attended the UNC School of the Arts Summer program in classical guitar at age 7 and again at age 11. He switched to bass at the age of 14, playing in the high school jazz band. After college, Dwight spent 10 years touring and working with notable musicians in jazz and rock bands.  Dwight has been teaching since 1980, and he offers rock, country, bluegrass, pop, jazz, classical, world music, among other styles

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