Asheville Music School Private lessons in Asheville, NC
We offer lessons in guitar, bass guitar, drums/ percussion, piano, violin, voice and more. Although sometimes teachers are decided upon based solely on their schedule and availability, you should consider what characteristics in a teacher are best suited for the student. Sometimes students respond to a particular gender better than the other or perhaps they need a very structured environment.
The office personnel will ask you these questions to help narrow the field of instructors. You will also be asked if the student is interested in a particular style of music or if he/she is wanting to learn a particular technique.
John started his musical journey at the age of ten, performing along with Beatles records with drumsticks on the living room furniture. His first band, Asbury Road, was formed when he attended Enka Middle School, and rock drumming was John’s main focus. Marching band, rock bands, and Governor’s School for Percussion were highlights of John’s high school years.
Anne began her music studies at age 10 with violin and guitar. She continued her studies playing music and songwriting upon entering WVa. University as a music performance major in violin. Anne graduated from The Music Business Institute Of Atlanta, which furthered her music career business knowledge. Throughout the years she has been awarded numerous publishing contracts along with performing and songwriting awards.
Guitar teacher and singer/songwriter Emily Easterly first got serious about being a musician when she discovered the Beatles at age 13. Writing and recording on a 4- track tape machine in her bedroom was the most important of activities at the time.
Bassist/composer Mike Holstein has been playing music since early childhood. His first instruments were guitar, violin, piano and drums. It wasn’t until he was attending Western Carolina University that he discovered the bass. His affinity for the instrument was immediately apparent.
Violin, Fiddle, & Mandolin
Lyndsay Pruett is a violinist/fiddler who lives a very diverse musical life. On any given day she could be found playing gypsy jazz, bluegrass, country, backing up a songwriter, recording strings in a studio, or playing in an orchestra. She began playing the violin at age 10 in Jacksonville, FL.
Music is ingrained in Kimberly’s DNA, her grandfather played guitar in a band and her mother loved to sing. From the time Kimberly was three years old, she remembers singing at the top of her lungs (not always in key) along to the top country crooners of the day. Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash and a whole host of others.
Rated Excellent (5 of 5) from 2 reviews
Testimonial by Jarret Koski
Wendy is an amazing talent and lessons with her were always a pleasure. She made me feel very comfortable in my lessons; she instilled confidence and best of all…she made me want to learn more. I LOVE her spirit!
Testimonial by Sharyn
Whitney is so grounded and present that I have no shyness to sing in front of her. I've always wanted to sing, but made my voice little so I would not be heard above anyone else. Now I feel confident that with a bit of practice, I can sing along with people without any shame. She gave me the skills and the tips to help me to continue on my own. I feel like Whitney gave my voice to me. She surprised and delighted me when she tuned in to my in-confidence intuitively, and saw exactly what I needed to bring forth.
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