House Of Music

House Of Music

4.8 (6)
8 hires on
1 employee

About this pro

Over 30 years teaching guitar. 20 years at the college level. BM in Music, Disney Musician. My influences are: Beatles, Segovia, Bucky Pizzarelli, Johnny Smith, James Taylor, Kenny Rankin, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Charlie Bryd. My guitar lessons take place in: The teacher's studio. Guitar lessons typically take place on these days and hours: Mon-Sat. Call for times 407-375-5217 Guitar Techniques: Rhythm guitar, Fingerstyle, Vocal Accompaniment, Performance, Reading Music, Music Theory, Scales and Exercises, Guidance In Equipment Selection. Your first guitar lesson with me might include the following: One of the things I like to do is ask the student- " if you could play anything, what would you play". Their answer helps me to have a direction in which to work, and helps me structure the lessons. A guitar lesson with me might entail the following: I tailor the lesson to match the musical interests of the student. The qualities I look for in an ideal guitar student might include the following: Someone open to new ideas.

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Oviedo, FL 32765
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6 Reviews


  • Jeffrey Ferguson

    Great instruction.

  • Nancy B

    a solid teacher for the serious student, very good at spotting problems and correcting technique to greatly improve sound and playing ability

  • Paige Cousins

    I would highly recommend Eric at House of Music for guitar lessons. I am after a certain style of guitar music using finger picking to play for my special needs son. I have learned that not all teachers are familiar with this style. Thankfully, Eric is great at it. He is also teaching me how to read music and not just play the chords or tab which is something I had overlooked. I am thankful he has been able to work with me and my unique set of circumstances and help me reach my goals.

  • Cindi Slepow

    Eric Lesko taught my son Brian guitar 18 years ago when Brian was a teenager. My son got to a point that he didn't want to practice and we were thinking about giving up the lessons. However, Eric got Brian playing whatever kind of music my son was interested in and he continued taking for a few years thereafter, completely enjoying it. When I decided to take up the guitar around eight years ago, Eric was the first and only instructor I thought of. Besides being very capable musically, he is willing to move in any direction that you want in order to keep you interested and helping you achieve your goals. He always has suggestions on ways to approach a particular piece in order to make playing fun and not frustrating. He is also well-versed in the use of technology to make playing a continuum as you gain skills, making a huge difference in being able to get more out of practice. Finally, he is conveniently located in a new facility in downtown Oviedo and he is very flexible with lesson days and times. Eric's greatest asset is that he wants the student to enjoy playing as much as he does!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

When we meet I like to ask them some questions about their musical background. It doesn’t mater if they have none, I just like to know where we are starting from. If they have played before, I ask them to play a little something. This also helps me assess where we are starting from. I ask them what their musical goals are. What kind of music they listen to. Who are their favorite artists. This all helps me formulate a plan or direction which we will be going in. Talking with them about how committed they are to practicing is important as well.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Guitar from the Hartt College of Music, University of Hartford. I also have some graduate credits in Guitar as well from Hartt. 

I taught guitar at the college level for over 20 years at the following schools-

University of Central Florida

Stetson University

Bethune Cookman College

Florida Southern College

St. Leo College

I have been a Disney Musician for over 30 years.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

To start off you can take a $30 trial lesson with a Bogo.

So the 1st lesson is $30 the 2nd lesson is free.

Monthly payments- no commitment 

30 minutes per week- $120

45 minutes per week- $180

60 minutes per week- $240