Dr. Brett Floyd is a music educator who is passionate about seeing his students succeed. With over twenty years of teaching experience, Dr. Floyd has worked with students of every age and ability.
Easy to work with and even the first lesson I got a some great tips that I can put into practice right away.
I focus on only the essential aspects of playing the guitar at first, with the goal of playing their first piece of music as soon as possible. This enables a student to experience early success with their instrument and encourages them to develop practice habits build success.
I have my Bachelor's degree in Music Performance from Indiana University, my Master's degree in Music Performance from the University of South Carolina, and my Doctorate in Music Performance from the University of South Carolina.
Twenty years of guitar teaching experience and a decade performing as a professional concert/recording artist has given me the ability to meet a student where they are and help them reach their musical goals.
Students pay their lesson fees monthly and we require a one month notice for lesson cancelation.
I started teaching in my hometown of Mooresville, Indiana. In high school, I worked at our local music store, and the owner offered me a teaching position. I taught my first guitar lesson, loved it, and haven't stopped.
I have worked with students as early as six years old to students learning guitar in their retirement years.
As I graduated with my Doctorate in Music this year, a former student recognized me at my graduation ceremony. I taught her when she was about six years old, and now she was in high school. She told me that she is now playing classical guitar and violin and that her love of music all started in our lessons together many years ago. This is why I am a teacher; I love using music to make a positive difference in people's lives.
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