Here is a very incomplete list of bluegrass instrument instructors in the Boston Area. We do this a public service, and do not make any claims as to the proficiency or availability of any of the instructors, or endorse particular teachers. If you're an instructor who would like to be included on this list, please send an email to email@example.com and we'll post it to this page. Instructors from all over New England welcome!
|Bass, Vocals||Providence, RI||
Jeff Horton, East Providence, RI 401.435.4173
|Vocal Techniques and Rhythm Guitar||Central NH||
Mary Maguire (www.MaryMaguire.us) has continued to present her popular bluegrass harmony workshops at Joe Val, Grey Fox, Podunk, and Thomas Point Beach bluegrass Festivals for ten years with bassist Jeff Horton, and is a founding member of The Mary Maguire Band and acoustic swing favorites Sweet, Hot & Sassy! The Joe Val Bluegrass Festival 2011 included Mary teaching two new Fast Track! Vocal classes. Mary always has fun with students of all ages, specializing in getting beginner guitarists and singers on their way and inspiring intermediate students to new levels of musicianship. Music theory tutoring and performing band consultations are also available, fees are by arrangement. Lessons are usually at her central NH studio (3 minutes off I-93). 603.455.0238 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Guitar, Mandolin||Brookline, MA
|August Watters, Brookline, MA email@example.com. Ear Training and ensemble instructor at Berklee College of Music. Teaches guitar, mandolin, theory, ear training. Bluegrass, jazz, classical, folk. (617) 738-8198 (mobile), http://www.augustwatters.net|
|Guitar||Stratham, NH||Lincoln Meyers, Stratham, NH 603-778-9711. He has been playing professionally for 25+ yrs. and placed in the top 5 at the 2001 National Flatpicking Championships in Winfield Ks. Currently is a member of the New England Bluegrass Band. Bluegrass, Flatpicking, Western Swing, beginning to advanced players. INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603 659-8456|
Flynn Cohen, Boston/Dorchester, MA. Phone: 617 825 1877. email: email@example.com. Flynn has a BA in Music from Dartington College of Arts (Devon, England) and MA in Music from Mills College (Oakland, California). He has taught classes for the BBU as well as workshops at Joe Val and Grey Fox Bluegrass festivals. Teaches guitar and singing. Check out his website at http://flynncohen.net/home.cfm
|Guitar, banjo, and mandolin||Newton, MA||
Howie Tarnower is a multi-instrumentalist and well known veteran of the Bluegrass
guitar, mandolin, violin, bass, vocals
EthanRobbins is a Cambridge-based bluegrass musician, specializing in guitar, violin, mandolin, bass, and voice. He plays in numerous bluegrass groups in the area, including Cold Chocolate, Three Tall Pines, and Bluegrass: The Band, and can be seen performing at such festivals as Ossipee Valley, Joe Val, and Strawberry Park. For the past three years, Ethan has taught students whose ages range from 3 to 55 and can teach beginners to advanced students in almost any style. He offers very competitive rates and is available for both in-home lessons or at his studio in Cambridge. To get in touch, contact
firstname.lastname@example.org or at 301-213-5851.
Sam Reid is a Somerville, MA - based bluegrass guitar
instructor. He has a band called Sam Reid & the Riot Act which features
flatpicked acoustic guitar in the styles of Doc Watson, Russ Barenberg, Clarence White and Tony Rice.
Currently accepting students interested in learning how to craft lead
|Guitar and Mandolin||Albany, NY and Cambridge, MA||
Tony Watt, Information:
|Guitar, mandolin, dobro, bass, and voice||Cambridge, MA||
Nick DiSebastian is a multi-instrumentalist and singer based in Boston. He holds a BM from Berklee College of Music and is currently a staff member at Berklee. Nick has taught workshops and performed at festivals all over New England including Greyfox, Thomas Point Beach, Ossipee, and Podunk. Lessons include technique, theory, ear training, history, repertoire, and writing. Contact email@example.com or 717 209 0706 http://www.nickdisebastian.com
|Guitar||Clinton, MA||Matt Carlen is well known in and around New England for his guitar work with the bands Wide Open Spaces, and Acoustic Planet. Many who are reading this ad will already know that Matt’s playing is far from the ordinary. Matt’s profession is teaching and has his masters in education. He has been a guitar instructor for more than 20 years. He teaches all levels and styles from traditional fiddle-tune standards to progressive newgrass/jazz and songwriting. You can hear some of Matt’s playing by visiting http://www.wideospaces.com/ap/ and http://www.wideospaces.com. His studio is in Clinton MA. You can reach Matt at 508-423-7533, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Guitar, Mandolin, Fiddle, Banjo, Dobro||
(The RMI Learning Center at Rick's Musical Instruments, Inc
Bill Thibodeau began his professional career as a mandolin player at the age of 8. He performed with his late father, Sam Tidwell, and his brother Dave at Colby College in Maine, and became an equally skilled performer of ukulele, banjo, mandolin and fiddle. Over the next decade he performed with several regional and touring bands including Bluegrass Supply Company, Kennebec Valley Boys, Blue Diamond, Union River Band, The Adrians, Anna Mae Mitchell, The Bill Thibodeau Band, and many others. Bill began his career as a noted instructor, sharing his talents with the musicians of tomorrow. Following a recent move to Rhode Island, Bill has been welcomed to the staff of the RMI Learning Center at Rick’s Musical Instruments, Inc. of Cumberland.Contact: 207-949-0868 or email@example.com
|Guitar||Brattleboro, VT (Maple Leaf Music)||Christian Glines has 20 years of playing experience. His focus is on flatpicking, bluegrass guitar, and country blues. He is now accepting beginning to advanced students. Lessons are given at Maple Leaf Music in Brattleboro, VT on Sundays. Please email for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com or call at 802.999.3662.
|Guitar and Mandolin||Amherst, MA||Levin Sibley-Schwartz:. Received a BA in Ethnomusicology from UMass Amherst. All styles welcome. Beginner to advanced. Theory, performance skills, composition and musical annalysis. Currently teaching at The Fretted Instrument Workshop in Amherst MA. Focused instruction in: Bluegrass, Old-Time, Swing, Jazz, Root Rock, Delta, Piedmont and Country Blues. Past musical projects "Few and Far Between" and "The Amity Front".. For more info please call 413-977-5045 and visit me on the web www.levinschwartz.com|
|Guitar, Mandolin||Providence, RI||
Ben Pearce teachs beginning guitar lessons as well as mandolin lessons to students of all ages and at all levels.. The focus of all lessons is teach students the musical underpinnings of traditional music that better facilitates playing with other people and building the musical community. Ben gived lessons mostly in Providence RI, but also teaches private lessons occasionally in and around Boston. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . Ben's website is http://www.outlierworkshop.com and his phone number is 401-484-8236 . Ben is also a builder of and repair person of guitars and mandolins.
Several instructors including Dan Hunt, Stu Ervin, Marc Albanese, Greg Regan, Glenn Petit, and John Tibert teach at Mockingbird Music Company in Berlin, MA Marc Albanese and Glenn Nelson also teach tenor guitar. www.mockingbirdmusic.com 978-838-2344.
|Guitar, Mandolin, Voice, and Bouzouki||Cape Cod, MA||Demetrius Becrelis teaches guitar, mandolin, voice and bouzouki. Demetrius was trained while living in Nashville and has been performing for over 12 years. He performs reguarly with his band Tripping Lily. Contact information: email@example.com or 508-775-9205.|
|Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass and mandolin.||Northampton, MA||Paul Amos is the mandolin and banjo player for Angry
Johnny and the Killbillies. He studied classical guitar in
college with Philip DeFremery (a pupil of Andres Segovia). Teaches all ages,
levels and styles and composes music for independent films and other media.
413-210-3916 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: GuitarWithPaul.com
Andy Reiner (781-696-7724, email@example.com). Beginners to experts, all ages. Andy is a flexible and experienced teacher who approaches each student as an individual; everyone has different goals and learning styles. Lessons with Andy focus on the music you want to learn while utilizing your strengths, accelerating your learning process and making the most of your time. Andy will help you go beyond the notes and put you on a path to accomplishing your short and long term goals. Whether you want to learn tunes, techniques, work on improvisation, or all of the above, Andy Reiner has got you covered, bluegrass and beyond. (Old Time, Celtic Styles, Chopping/Grooves, Composition) ~~~ Bluegrass ambassador to Southeast Asia for The State Department in 2011 with The Earth Stringband, 2008 graduate of Berklee College of Music (BM Violin Performance), director of Rustic Roots - primitive music camp and co-director of Fiddle Hell Massachusetts, among the first 50 teachers certified in the O'Connor Violin Method, performances and workshops at festivals and music camps across US, Canada, Europe, and Southeast Asia. www.andyreiner.com
|Fiddle and voice||Cambridge, MA||
Fiddler and vocalist, Laura Orshaw “has firmly established [herself] as a significant emerging artist in the arena of traditional American music,” according to Bluegrass Unilited magazine. Laura grew up in a musical family in Northeastern Pennsylvania; at age 10 she learned to play and sing from paternal grandmother and regional Old Time musician, Betty Orshaw. Throughout her teens Laura performed across the Northeast with her father in The Lonesome Road Ramblers, performing classic bluegrass from the 1950’s around one mic. She recorded two solo fiddle projects in her early teens, and is currently available for studio work. Laura has 10 years of experience performing, teaching private lessons, and conducting educational programs and workshops throughout the Northeast and now makes her home in Cambridge, MA. Her passion for teaching is also evidenced in her professional education, as a master’s level school counselor. For more information: (website) www.lauraorshaw.com, or (e-mail) firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Fiddle and Voice||Cape Cod, MA||Monica Rizzio received a BM from Belmont University in Nashville, TN in Commercial Voice. All styles welcome. She also teaches fiddle, music theory and performance. Email: email@example.com or 646-942-7382.|
Dave Reiner (781-863-0140,
has played with several bluegrass bands, including Southern Rail, Hot
off the Frets, and Stringtown. He now plays with Granite Grass and the Reiner Family Band.
Dave is author of three Mel Bay books including Oldtime Fiddling Across
America, and has won numerous fiddle contests. Dave teaches at his home
in Lexington on weekends only, focusing on excellent versions of fiddle
tunes and playing with a bluegrass band. This includes demystifying bowing
techniques and chord progressions. Dave also teaches oldtime and Irish
|Fiddle||Jamaica Plain, MA||Bronwyn Keith-Hynes (434-242-4153, firstname.lastname@example.org ) Bronwyn is an acclaimed bluegrass and Irish fiddler hailing from Charlottesville, Virginia. She has performed throughout the U.S, Ireland and France with various groups, including the Atlantic Seaways Project and the Irish music and dance show Celtic Dances. Bronwyn has been a winner at numerous fiddle contests, including the 2006 U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Championship, 2007 Virginia State Fiddle Contest and the 2010, 2011 and 2012 Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Contest. She holds a Professional Diploma in Violin Performance from Berklee College of Music. Bronwyn is at home teaching bluegrass and Irish fiddling to all ages and experience levels. An experienced teacher, Bronwyn has been teaching privately for seven years and has taught group classes at the Kanack School Fiddle Camp and Club Passim School of Music as well her own group ensemble classes. She enjoys teaching everything from basic fiddling and group jamming skills to fiddle tune repertoire and technique. Certified teacher of the O’Connor Violin Method. www.bronwynkeithhynes.com|
|Fiddle, Mandolin, Guitar||
John Mailander is a Boston-based musician currently attending the Berklee College of Music. An experienced private instructor, John has also taught workshops and performed at festivals throughout New England and California. He has performed with acclaimed artists including the Alison Brown Quartet, Victor Wooten, Tony Trischka and Chris Stuart & Backcountry. John teaches students of all levels out of his home in Jamaica Plain. More info at www.johnmailander.com, email@example.com.
|Fiddle||Boston, MA||Luke Price is a two time Champion at the National Fiddle Contest. Recently, He's placed in the top five multiple times in the Grand Champion Division, and also placed second and third at the Fiddlers Frolics in Hallettsville, TX. Luke is currently attending Berklee College of Music. He loves teaching texas-style fiddling as well as other styles. I teach anywhere from starting beginners 6 and up to advanced students, focusing on rhythm, bow-control, and general bow technique. If you're interested e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Teaching in the Boston/ Back Bay area...|
|fiddle, mandolin, guitar||Marlborough, MA||
Peter Anick, Marlborough, MA ( email@example.com, 508 481-8488). Peter is a writer for Fiddler Magazine, co-author of the Mel Bay instruction book “Old-Time Fiddling Across America”, and member of bluegrass band “Wide Open Spaces" (www.wideospaces.com). All ages welcome.
|Fiddle, guitar, mandolin, clawhammer banjo||New Bedford, Taunton, and Wareham, MA||Jeff Angeley is a full time musician with 15+ years of performance experience and 10+ years experience teaching bluegrass, old time, swing, folk, and more on fiddle, guitar, mandolin, and clawhammer banjo. He teaches in 3 locations in the Southcoast and accepts students of all age levels and playing abilities. Whether you wish to play tunes, improve technique, learn the skills needed to improvise, improve your knowledge of theory, or just learn to play for the fun of it, lessons are tailored to you. For more information, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 508.207.7357.|
|Fiddle, Mandolin||South Hadley, MA||
Adam R Sweet - I have a BA in Music and a certificate in violin from the New England Conservatory of Music. I teach fiddle, mandolin and guitar. I work with students of all ages. I teach all styles of music, but specialize in bluegrass and celtic styles. Email
email@example.com or visit my website https://sites.google.com/site/adamrichardsweet where you can find out more about me and contact me for lessons.
|Ellen Carlson teaches at Acoustic Outfitters in Stratham, NH on Wednesdays and some
Fridays. Teaches at her house in Tilton on other days. Ellen also co-runs the Fiddleheads Acoustic Music Camp (in our 11th year) every fall in Moultonborough, NH. She has taught at the Grey Fox Kids Academy for the last 5 years and has also taught at the Strawberry Park Kids Academy. She has been performing in swing, country, bluegrass, rock and square dance bands for the past 30+ years. She is currently a member of the acoustic roots band High Range Band. Phone: 603-528-1705.
|Banjo||Winchester, MA||Rich Stillman, Winchester, MA. Richard Stillman has been playing banjo for nearly thirty years. He has been involved in a number of influential Northeast bluegrass bands, including the Jersey Travelers (four years, one album), Southern Rail (four years, two albums), WayStation (seven years, one CD) and his current band, Adam Dewey and Crazy Creek (three years, two CDs). He has additional studio recording credits with New England folk artists John Burrows and John Michaels. Mr. Stillman was New Jersey banjo champion in 1983, and is the 2002 and 2003 New England banjo champion. He is a six-time winner of the annual banjo contest held at Lowell, Massachusetts (1985-1995), where he has given the bluegrassbanjo workshop every year since 1996. Beginning to advanced students. Contact him at 781-721-2625 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin||Medford, MA||
Lukas Pool teaches Clawhammer and Scruggs style banjo lessons for all ages and levels. An experienced private instructor, Lukas has taught at string camps and has been a guest professor at the Berklee College Of Music. He has also had the honor of holding the title National Old Time Banjo Champion two years running.
Ricky Mier teaches beginning through advanced three-finger banjo. Currently a student at Berklee College Of Music, he is also a flexible and experienced teacher who delights to teach all ages. Please feel free to contact Ricky for further details! email@example.com ....(415) 309-8399
Glenn Nelson has been building and playing five string banjo for over twenty three years and has performed professionally with numerous groups encompassing music from traditional bluegrass through newgrass to jazz. Glenn currently performs with "Acoustic Planet" and "Wide Open Spaces". An active banjo instructor, Glenn teaches at Mockingbird Music Company in Berlin, MA and has been an active staff member and performer at Banjo Camp North since its inception. www.mockingbirdmusic.com 978-838-2344
Grace Van't Hof: Bluegrass Banjo and Voice instruction 616.403.2746
firstname.lastname@example.org. Grace Van't Hof studied classical violin and piano at a young age until she discovered the banjo in high school when she built a 5-string prototype that won 2nd place in a statewide Science Olympiad. Grace's musical career has taken her throughout the United States and Europe and she has had the opportunity to share the stage with artists including Bela Fleck, the Steep Canyon Rangers, Tony Trischka, Chris Thile and the Punch Brothers, Della Mae, and many more. Grace studied banjo under 2-time IBMA Banjo Player of the Year, Kristen Scott-Benson, in the Bluegrass Program at East Tennessee State University after Grace received multiple scholarships based on banjo performance. She has studied Voice at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI, and at the University of North Carolina, Asheville. She now makes her home in Arlington, MA.
|Clawhammer Banjo||Lexington, MA||
Tim Rowell teachs Clawhammer Banjo, and has been playing for 38 years and is a founding member of the band Jubilee Mule. He teaches at Minuteman Music Center in Lexington, MA and has, on occasion, been coaxed to private homes in Marblehead, Medford, Wakefield, and Somerville. He strongly emphasizes good posture and mechanics so that you can let your musicality shine through. He's heavily influenced by Southern stringband music from the 20's and 30's. His email is
email@example.com or can be reached at 781-274-0088.
|Banjo||Salem, MA||Tom Collins specializes in clawhammer banjo style, specializing in fretless and Round Peak styles Contact: 978-740-3016, firstname.lastname@example.org. website: www.newhottimes.com|
Bob Peelstrom, Meredith, NH has been a part of the New England Bluegrass scene since the early 1960's. He now concentrates on the banjo, but over his 50-year career has taught hundreds of people to play guitar, banjo, mandolin, or bass - from seven-year olds to pros in Nashville. He has an M.A. in Education, is a nationally-published banjo author, has played bass on the Grand Ole Opry Road Tour, and guitar with the late Bo Diddley. Whether you are a beginner or an old pro, he can can help you be a better player by including a healthy amount of common-sense music theory to help you reach the point where you are figuring out songs on your own. His goal is to equip you for a time when you don't need to take lessons! Whether you wish to start a schedule of weekly or bi-weekly lessons, or a few extended intensive sessions, you'll find it's time well-spent. contact: (603)279-6032, email@example.com, website: www.metrocast.net/~bpeelstrom/
|Banjo||Southern Maine||Read McNamara is available for 5 String Banjo instruction
in the Southern
Maine area. Three finger/Scruggs-style, contemporary bluegrass styles,
classical, theory, good times, great oldies. Contact me at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (207) 651-9952.
|Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin||Keene, NH
|Gary Skillings. Started winning talent shows in 1963
with the Skillings Brothers Band in Milford, CT. Julliard Conservatory of
Music. Classical Music Major. Appeared on stage at the Grand Ole Opry Nashville
Tenn. Five String Blue Grass Banjo, teaches all styles. Guitar & Mandolin.
GS music store Keene, NH. Fiddlers Choice Jaffery NH. Caouettes Music Petersham Mass. Member of The
Marcy Hill Band.
E-mail: email@example.com (EMAIL ADDRESS MAY HAVE CHANGED)
|Banjo, Guitar, Mandolin||Cambridge, MA||Adam Dewey teaches Banjo, guitar & mandolin @ Sandy's Music, 896 Mass. Ave. Cambridge 02139 (between Harvard and Central Square) phone: (617) 491-2812|
|Banjo, guitar, mandolin, autoharp, dobro||East Bridgewater, MA||David MacPherson -- I am a teacher of the 5-string banjo, guitar, mandolin, autoharp and dobro. I have taught full time since 1988. I specialize in Bluegrass, country and folk music, and was the banjo player for Zion Mountain Bluegrass, a local gospel group, for several years. I am located in E. Bridgewater, MA. My phone number is (508) 378-3617 and my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Banjo||New London, CT||
Randy Hogg: 860 732 9102. I have 25 years of experience
instructing students ages 15 and up at beginner or intermediate levels.
All learning materials supplied - even the banjo if you're not sure about
investing! Your choice of learning media - books, videos, recordings to
suit a range of learning styles and backgrounds. I am located in New
London, CT close to
|Banjo, Dobro||Waterbury, VT||Gordon Stone has been teaching professionally for over 30 years. All levels and styles accepted. 802-578-2364 www.gordonstone.com email@example.com|
JD Williams studies at Berklee College of Music, is an instrumentalist/vocalist for Amy Gallatin & Stillwaters (www.amygallatin.com), and is offering mandolin lessons - all ages and levels welcome. Will travel anywhere in the Boston area. 603.303.8650. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.facebook.com/jd.williams.mandolin.
|Mandolin||Berlin, MA||John Tibert and Jim Woodworth teach at Mockingbird Music Company in Berlin, MA www.mockingbirdmusic.com 978-838-2344.|
|Mandolin||Brighton, MA||Jimmy Ryan, Brighton, MA 617-254-4909|
|Mandolin||Amherst, MA||Mike Hoffmann is giving mandolin lessons, based out of Amherst, MA. Will travel a reasonable distance. $15 an hour. Focusing on the right hands of Bill Monroe, Ira Louvin, Earl Bolick, and Frank Wakefield and simple melodic styles. 973-600-3376 or email@example.com|
|Bass||Brighton, MA||Eric Levenson, Brighton, MA 617-782-1536 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bass||Ipswich, MA||Dimitri Eleftherakis - I have been playing Bass professionally
for over 30 years with many bands, including Granite Grass, Waystation,
Bear Acker and Billings Gap, The Schankman Twins, and Barry & Holly
Tashian. I've given Bass workshops at festivals including Joe Val and (The
Festival Formerly Known As) Winterhawk, and in October 2006 I toured Europe
with the Tashians (from Nashville). I offer all levels of String Bass instruction
in Bluegrass, Old-Time, Country, and Folk music styles. Ipswich, MA 978-356-0824
|Bass||Berlin, MA||Stu Ervin and Rick Cain teach at Mockingbird Music Company in Berlin, MA www.mockingbirdmusic.com 978-838-2344.|
Samson Grisman, Brighton, MA 415-845-6311. email@example.com. Samson has been playing professionally since he was 11 years old, and currently plays with The David Grisman Bluegrass Experience, Sarah Jarosz, The Deadly Gentlemen, and Eric Robertson & The Boston Boys. He has been teaching since he was in middle school, and has taught with or assisted Mike Bub, Missy Raines, Todd Phillips, and Mark Schatz at camps and festivals around the country such as Greyfox, Rockygrass, Wintergrass and Bluegrass at the Beach. He teaches bluegrass and new acoustic bass styles and slap technique to students of all levels and ages.
Andy Katz teaches dobro in Winchester, MA. From beginner to advanced, all bluegrass styles from Josh Graves to Rob Ickes and most everything in between. Contact Andy at 781-369-5055 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Dobro, Lap Steel||Lexington, MA
|Dobro-style resophonic guitar||Glastonbury CT||Roger Williams. 30-plus years of professional performing (The Lilly Bros. and Don Stover, White Mountain Bluegrass, Southern Rail, Salamander Crossing, New England Bluegrass Band, Amy Gallatin & Stillwaters), session work (Don Stover, Hazel Dickens, Joe Val, Bill Harrell, Wyatt Rice, Delia Bell & Bill Grant, Ray Legere, Mark Schatz, Mac Wiseman, others), instruction, and workshops. All levels welcome, beginner to advanced, all styles. email@example.com or 860 368-1090/860 633-2574. www.rogerreso.net|
|Dobro||Berlin, MA||Stu Ervin teaches at Mockingbird Music Company in Berlin, MA. www.mockingbirdmusic.com 978-838-2344|
|Guitar, Resophonic Guitar (dobro) and Lap Steel||Easton, MA||Adriel Jeremiah Azure, P.O. Box 1122, Easton, MA 02334-1122,
ph. 508-337-6671. E-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. Guitar, Dobro (resophonic
guitar) and Lap Steel Instructor. All styles. Beginner to advanced. Theory,
performance skills, composition and innovative playing techniques. Berklee
College of Music and New England Conservatory trained. 12 years of professional
teaching and performing experience. Learn arranging, songwriting, improvisation
and performance techniques! Opportunity for a professional recording session
and final performance! Workshop opportunities also available.
|All Instruments||Newton, MA||Alexander Technique instruction - Interested in playing with greater ease and less tension & pain? Studied by musicians worldwide for over 100 years, the Alexander Technique is a practical educational method that teaches how to do more with less – how to feel and sound better by using less effort and tension to play and sing. Jill Geiger is an experienced, certified teacher. 617-527-7373 AlexanderTechniqueInstruction.com|