Hello my name is jd cordlé I am a professional guitar player that can teach everything from basic chords and scales in blues and folk to advanced slide guitar techniques specializing in blues and folk.
I love being a professional musician and playing music to me is peace in my soul. I can be found at crowsongtrio.com
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While I have not pursued the arts as a career, I believe that DVM and other music/theatre training throughout my high school years gave me the skills and discipline needed to be successful in the careers and hobbies that I pursue. Dana was also more than a voice teacher to me; she often served as a mentor and friend in a supportive, knowledgeable environment. I am so proud to see DVM grow from a little corner room at The Dairy to what it is today!
Dana V has such a loving and supportive family of instructors and students! I really miss everyone from the studio.
Dana V allowed me to explore my interest in music and theater. All the instructors have an amazing guiding hand which encourages every student to become their own artist. With their help, I was able to transition into the college process unafraid.
Although I am not pursuing a career in music, my time with DVM was an incredible way to learn about something I love as well as about myself. Going every week to voice lessons was always so exciting and I am so grateful for Katie and Dana for what they’ve brought to the Louisville community!
I always want to know what they would like to learn and if I can help them I will.
I have played the guitar professionally world wide for 30+ years and have played with a lot of different musicians in a lot of styles.
30.00 for full hour
I started having a lot of fellow musicians asking me how I play certain things
All types but mostly with the people that are trying to learn how to put what they want to play applied to the strings
Teaching my 5 year old niece her first d g and c chords
That no one knows everything so go with the person who never claims too
What style they like to play always learn to play what you like to hear