Adventures in Music, now open! Try your free trial music lesson today!

At Adventures in Music, our lessons provide time for students to learn new content, improve their skills, and explore their creativity. Our recitals are an opportunity for students to show their musical prowess, document their progress, and experience playing in front of live audiences. Recitals are provided at no cost and include free professional photography and videography. Try a free trial music lesson today!

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Free trial music lesson to get started
  • Recitals are free as a thank you to our students
  • Free restringing of instruments with purchase of both instrument and strings
  • Complimentary coffee and Wi-Fi
  • Gift vouchers for lessons and instruments
  • Instruments can be purchased through us
  • Instruments are provided for lessons, however students are encouraged to have their own
  • Centrally located on Spring Hill Drive in Spring Hill, Florida
  • Spacious lesson rooms
  • Professionally degreed instructor's with decades of experience
  • Flexible schedule

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Berklee College of Music BA
  • Cinema Studies BA

Serviced Areas

  • Hernando County, Florida

Payment Options

  • American Express, Cash Only, Debit Cards, Discover, MasterCard, PayPal, Personal Checks, VISA

Contact Details

  Website
  Person George Westbay
  City Spring Hill, FL
  Zip Code 34609
  Address 12503 Spring Hill Drive
  Phone Number (352) 293-3770

Business Representative

George Westbay

Co-Founder and Professional Instructor

George Westbay is a Berklee College of Music Graduate with a degree in Music Composition. He studied with Jim Kelly and Brett Wilmott and received awards and scholarships for his compositions. George has performed with many successful area bands. George has over 20 years of knowledge in teaching guitar and bass.

Products & Services

Music Lessons

$20/Lesson

Our services are varied, but they all come with the same promise of quality and dedication to every student. We offer piano, bass, banjo, violin, viola, voice, drums, clarinet, and more! Each new student is offered one free 30 minute trial music lesson. Lessons are $20/lesson for a 30-minute music lesson.

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New school, clean bright, friendly. George Westbay is the best instructor and talent in the state. Don't miss the opportunity to learn from him and his staff. Free trial lesson, Great experience all around.

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  • I would recommend this business

My youngest son took guitar lessons from George for over 6 years. It was an incredible experience. I actually miss those days because George's ability, talent, and gift as a musician and music teacher are beyond compare.

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  • I would recommend this business

So welcoming, clean and comfortable! Thank you for the 1st free lesson offer! I appreciate George’s expertise & friendliness!

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Customer Testimonials

Love the beautiful new school and the friendly owners! George is a talented musician, always willing to share his skills and knowledge. No matter your age or experience level, Adventures in Music is the place to come for inspiring music lessons.


George Westbay is a fantastic instructor! Extremely knowledgeable in a wide variety of music and technique and makes learning music very enjoyable.

From Our Website

Lessons at Adventures in Music are $20.00 per lesson and are paid for through our Billing Schedule. Through the billing schedule, we simply bill the average monthly tuition via checking/savings account ($87.50/month) or credit card ($89.50/month). Signup for current students is encrypted and straightforward. Every new student receives a free trial lesson to get started, if you would like to book that free lesson, please call us at (352) 293-3770.


When learning how to play the cello, very little is spoon-fed to you by the instrument. Keyboard and fretted instruments (such as the piano and guitar) are a little easier to learn the basics. Merely putting your finger on the right key or fret allows you to produce the note you want to hear. With the cello, you need to have a teacher guiding you through the early stages to ensure you're learning healthily. A teacher leads to a lifetime of enjoying the instrument. If you have the right teacher, anyone can learn the fundamentals of playing the cello.


The viola is a unique instrument. Not many people start out playing the viola, and so you and your instrument would be one of a kind! The viola is an "in-between" for violin and cello. It varies in size and length for all types of people, tall or short. Violists play violin music, cello music, and viola music. Because of this, you learn how to read many different clefs, giving you the upper hand in future music theory classes. Being able to perform a wide variety of instruments' music also means violists are adept at playing many different genres of music.


We empower military kids by funding sports, arts and other enrichment activities when their parents are deployed overseas with the National Guard or Reserves, or recovering from severe injuries sustained in a post-9/11 overseas mission. National Guard and Reserve families sometimes have trouble accessing support services from military installations. During deployments, these families may lose income when their military member leaves a civilian job to accept a military position overseas. The loss of income and lack of resources can create gaps that are hard on families.


Singing is as natural to humans as it is to songbirds, but many of us tuck our talents away out of shyness or sympathy for those within earshot. Singing is easy and natural, but to sing well takes practice. To sing very well takes practice and knowledge. Some people take singing lessons to make sure they get that solo in church or a part in a spring musical. They want to learn to sing loud. But there are other reasons to take singing lessons, like "to build up self-confidence" or "learn study skills."


We find that most people who try to learn bluegrass-style banjo give up at some point, whether after a few months or a few years. We feel this would happen far less if teachers and instructional materials would help students, from the first lesson, to play pure music with others. It's sad and frustrating to see how many teachers and teaching methods set students up for failure when there are great possibilities for launching musicians. The biggest problem is that they focus primarily on having the student try to memorize note-for-note banjo solos, usually instrumentals.


The correlation between musical training and academic performance has been documented several times, particularly when it comes to math. Learning to drum, however, can also help you in subjects like English, by helping you identify emotional cues, a skill you can use to identify characters' thought processes and motives. According to one study, Music enables students to learn multiplication tables and math formulas more easily T. Mickela as cited in Kelstrom, 1998); rhythm students learn the concept of fractions more easily; students who were taught using rhythm notation scored 100 percent higher on tests of fractions; and a child may use the ability for logical thinking that was developed in music class to solve problems quite unrelated to music (Kelstrom, 1998).


We are proud to offer the best in bass guitar lessons in the Spring Hill, FL area. Based on the view that music is simply a language and that a conceptual understanding of what music is, our program is essential to the successful development and growth of your playing. Our system is broken down into 4 main sections - scales, technique, styles, and reading. All of these and more are tailored to fit the student's needs and personal interests. We have refined our teaching program into an effective and efficient learning process that works.