I have been teaching private music lessons since 1980. I sing and play 18 different stringed instruments. I was a guitar player all my life. When I was 46, I was in a car accident and told I would never use my right hand again. After two years of not using my hand, I began using music instruments to rehab my hand. At age 50 I started a music career I only dreamed about in my 20s! I can teach you to play ANY stringed instrument you want to learn. I can play Classical, I can play Bluegrass, I can play Metal and everything in between. I don't do Reggae
I like working with people. I LOVE all kinds of music and playing music is the best part of my day. I like passing the gift of music on to other people by teaching them to play.
Sheri is great with my daughter. We have had another guitar instructor in the past, and I can se my daughter’s love of playing come alive with Sheri.
She worked very well with the kids . Very patient and helpful
She's a great teacher and a lovely person. You'll truly enjoy learning from her.
I find out what my student wants to learn. I assess what they already know and build upon that. I also teach students who know nothing at all. I teach tab and how to read music.
I have two Masters degrees in Educatjon from The Ohio State University. I have taught guitar lessons since 1980. I have been a licensed teacher since 1988.
$25 per half hour.
if you take lessons at the studio I work at you get a break of $95 for one month of lessons if you pay in advance.
People who lived in my dorm at college encouraged me to apply for a guitar teacher Job in the paper. I was known as "the human jukebox" because I could play ANY song people requested.
i have taught students as young as 5 and as old as 83.
I enjoy going to venues that promote local musicians and sing writers.
Pick someone you have confidence in and enjoy talking to. You will learn more if you like your teacher.
Students need to ask themselves how much work or practice they are willing to put into their instrument. If you don't practice, don't waste your money on lessons.