Music Lessons in Cumberland Center, ME

Comprehensive list of Cumberland Center, Maine based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.

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Sign up for weekly lessons designed for the beginning student looking for a truly complete piano course. There is a logical progression between each lesson, a thorough explanation of chord theory and playing styles, and a chance to learn a variety of songs, including folk, classical, jazz, blues, and contemporary selections. At the completion of this course, the student will have learned to play some


Private lessons on acoustic and electric guitar, banjo 3-finger, clawhammer, and tenor, mandolin, harmonica, fiddle, and electric bass. Beginning through advanced. Styles taught include classic rock, acoustic fingerpicking, blues, jamband, country, folk, Celtic, bluegrass, alternative, and classical, as well as music theory. Published author of 10 music books and Roudder Records guest artist. Described


Music lessons for kids and adults of all levels on saxophone, flute, and clarinet. Lessons focus on the development of a good sound and intonation, improvisation, sight reading, and technique.


We teach private lessons, ensembles, classes, and seminars to over 400 students per year, of all ages. PCM is the biggest music school in Southern Maine with a faculty of more than thirty gifted teachers. Our quality programs enable PCM to be a member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts. Great teachers are the reason why PCM is Southern Maine's biggest private music school.



Maine's biggest musical instrument retail store. We supply superb Warranty Repair facilities for Stringed Instruments and Amplifiers. From the beginner to the pro - we can assist you with all your music requirements.


I provide beginner through advanced guitar lessons for all ages in southern Maine. Styles covered include all aspects of rock, pop, blues, funk, jazz and folk. Music theory and ear training lessons are available as well. They can be integrated into guitar lessons or taught separately. I have realized, after some time teaching, that not all students learn the same way.


Somehow, after a snowy winter and what seemed like 2 months of rain, summer showed up in Maine in late August. It was ideal timing for Maine Fiddle Camp, which was a great time for all the team and campers who made the trip to Montville, ME. The team are fantastic biased maybe, the food is delicious, and the music and friends are the finest.


I teach all ages and styles with over 20 years playing and teaching experience at reasonable rates serving the greater Portland Maine area including South Portland, Scarborough, Cape Elizabeth, Saco and Falmouth. I am unique in that I adapt my teaching style to each student's individual musical interests. All styles and techniques taught with the students choices at the forefront. The focus in lessons