- Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, and Music Theory
- Skill Levels
- Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced
- Classical and Finger-style Jazz
- Lesson Duration
- 30 minutes
- Age Groups
- 6-12 and 18+
It is my belief that all students, regardless of their age or level of experience, are able to benefit from the rewarding study of music. I enjoy teaching students of all ages and levels from beginning to advanced.
I have performed professionally as a concert guitarist in the U.S and Europe and am active as a performer. As a teacher, I have taught privately and at Trinity College, Wesleyan University and the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Currently, I am head of guitar studies at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire.
Yale University - Masters of Music in Classical Guitar Performance
University of Denver - Bachelors of Music in Classical Guitar Performance
-Guitar Foundation of America
-American Federation of Teachers
-Suzuki Guitar Training at the University of Hartford
- Student Reviews
“Scott is an amazing guitar teacher! He has been teaching my son guitar for several years now. He is simply brilliant. You can tell he enjoys what he does. He has been very professional, dedicated, and thorough in his work. He has given my son extra support throughout my son's lessons, thus making him a better guitar player. I highly recommend Scott for any guitar instruction!”4David S.
“Scott is an excellent teacher and wonderful guitarist. His instructions and suggestions are very targeted and effective. I enjoy our lessons as they are a mix of directed, hands on training as well as some discussion, idea sharing, and playing. Scott is a great listener and has a talent when it comes to finding the right exercise, etude or piece to continuously improve my playing.”5Timothy B.
“I have studied classical guitar with Scott for two years and he was a tactful, focused, experienced teacher who supported my growth with gentle guidance and care. He supplemented my lessons with duets, informational sheets for teaching points and various studies to highlight right and left hand techniques. He knows how to zero in and help you in a positive way. He is personable and easy to learn with.”