Music Lessons in Exeter, NH
Comprehensive list of Exeter, New Hampshire based teachers and instructors offering private music lessons.
Enjoy his or her occupation. Have a passion for the subject matter and inspire and encourage their students. Teach students what THEY want to learn. Teach things that are going to assist their students gain their aims. Encourage and expect students to reach their aims. Have a nice understanding of the subject matter. Be able to to clearly explain the topic at hand. Be patient and keep their cool.
Here at Acoustic Outfitters, we make clients our number one priority. In this day and age, it's hard to find friendly service backed by experience and expertise. Our mission is to supply acoustic musicians of all levels from beginners to specialists both right- and left-handed players with the instruments and accessories they need.
As we enter our 9th year, we say a huge thank you to the 100's of area students, past and present, who have selected us as their teachers, musical guides, coaches and mentors. At SAM we enjoy lively and creative collaborations with our colleagues and remain committed to all our students. Mostly, we appreciate being able to share our love of music.
Check the low prices and great deals on Ludwig drums - Fernandes guitars - Takamine guitars - Gibraltar hardware - Ovation guitars - Spector basses - Fender amps Northstar Music Center Located in Great Elm Plaza on Rte 125, we have been servicing the Plaistow NH/Haverhill MA area for more than fifteen years. The center is staffed by friendly, knowledgeable musicians who enjoy sharing their love of
Certified NH Music Teacher. B.S. Music Education from New York University. Seasoned live performer and teacher. I approach guitar, piano, and voice lessons from a perspective of learning the songs you want to learn. Choose to be as formal or informal as you want to be. Singer/Songwriter? I can record, mix, and master your EP as well!
BA Berklee College of Music Piano lessons for beginner to professional. 20 years of performing and playing experience. Students are encouraged to play music they enjoy and progress at their own pace.
The Scott Richardson Vocal Studio was established in 1992 to aid singers of all abilities realize their musical dreams and evolve their voice to it's fullest potential. Beginning through advanced levels are welcome, with a special emphasis on building confidence. While several of our students are professional or serious musicians in bands, or actors, just as many sing 'for the fun of it'!
It is with heavy heart that the Board of Directors of the Bell Center for the Arts announces as of March 29, 2008, our organization will suspend operations. The Board has worked closely with Executive Director Kathy Fink to try and keep the doors open until the end of the spring semester, but as with many non-profit organizations in these times, our operating cost became greater than our income, and