Summer Studio Schedule

As you probably already know, I’ll be teaching at the National Summer Guitar Workshop during the first two weeks of July. Due to this commitment, there will be no guitar lessons on the following dates: June 29 through July 16. Lessons will resume as scheduled on July 18.

Then, I’ll be headed out of town one more time at the beginning of August. I anticipate these dates to be July 30 through August 6 with lessons resuming on August 8.

Thanks for your understanding about this summer’s spotty schedule. Please mark your calendar and let me know about your summer plans as they materialize.

Fall Recital

Students: I’m excited to announce that on Friday November 4 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm we’ll have a student recital. This is an opportunity to get a few minutes of performance experience onstage in front of a supportive and friendly audience. And because I wanted you to have a hip place to play with a real stage, sound system and lighting, I have arranged for us to play at Donkey Coffee & Espresso. Although November seems like light-years away right now, start thinking about what you might like to perform at the recital so we can work toward that goal in your lessons.

A Series of Unfortunate Events

If you’ve surfed onto this page hoping to read about an idealistic and reasonably attractive young musician playing his guitar and singing in the sun to large crowds of enthusiastic art and music lovers, then you, I’m sorry to say, have come to the wrong web page. You’ll want to press the back button on your browser now. Go on and press it, before it’s too late.

You’re still here are you?

If, however, you would enjoy reading a gloomy entry about outdoor musical performances in inclement weather with poor attendance, broken guitar strings, malfunctioning wireless units, disappearing automobiles, austere police stations, mysterious South African taxi drivers and city impound lots at dusk, then you, dear reader, you have indeed come to the right place. Because, not unlike the United States Army, being a musician is not only a job; it’s an adventure.