All Union Music Instructors have the groundwork to build artists from first time musicians, and provide technical support for advanced players. With your lesson schedule as a path, you’ll set a course for musical milestones that are personalized and attainable. The Union Music Education Guide supplies access, for you, to a community of local instructors that share decades of performing and teaching experience.
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All styles including Rock, Funk, Blues, Jazz & Classical music. Fluent in music theory, introductory vocal instruction, composition and improvisation. 13 years of teaching , and over 20 years of performing experience. BS from Worcester State University w/music minor and 3 years of Jazz studies with local instructors. Solo Artist, Soulstice, the Sam James Band, the Arthur Dent Foundation (ADF), and the WSC Jazz Band.
Acoustic, Flatpick and Fingerstyle, Folk, and Electric, Classic Rock, Blues, Rhythm and lead, Music theory. Influences include James Taylor, Neil Young, Jim Croce, Eric Clapton, Steven Curtis Chapman, and many others. 35 years playing, 30 years pro performance and 20 years teaching experience. Specializing in singing and playing guitar as a solo artist and in a band setting. I can help you set obtainable short and long term goals and create a plan that will enable you to reach them.
Learn a range of styles from the A.R.T. of acoustic singer/songwriter to electric guitar and noize genres. Amber’s background is in rock, folk, indie, blues, punk, garage, grunge, and experimental/noize. A Worcester native with a lifetime of musical experience and 10 yrs of teaching music, Amber is equipped to coach you in multiple instruments and vocally if desired. Amber specializes in encouraging self expression and personal growth through the arts. You can check Amber out playing in Sapling or as a solo musician. Amber enjoys volunteering for Ladies Rock Campaign Boston and music/arts organizations, playing the theremin, the circus, art, rhyming the color orange and hates chairs.
All styles including Jazz, Classical, Pop/Rock, & Bass. Over 10 years teaching & playing chops. Graduate of UMASS Lowell. Rocking w/ Lou Borelli Octet, Alto Sax w/ The Al Youngman Band & Trinity Big Band. Teaches all ages!
Kyle has been actively gigging on both guitar and saxophone since he was fifteen. A Berklee College of Music graduate, Kyle performs frequently with various original projects and cover bands. He also has lots of experience as a studio musician. Lessons with Kyle are fun and encouraging. He focuses on the musical styles each individual wants to learn while also teaching proper technique, improvisation, ear training, and theory.
Acoustic / Electric. Styles including Folk, Blues, Contemporary, Pop/Rock, Jazz, Pick & Fingerpicking. 10 years teaching & 20+ years playing experience with bands like Sass, Class Act, Robin Brown & The Five & Dime, and Prudence & the Plow.
Jim has over four decades of rich experience in the local music scene. Starting in the Seventies with local legends, Albatross, Jim has graced the stages of Central Mass with various bands. Today, he is still active with three different bands.
Meanwhile, he has been in demand as a private music instructor since the early eighties. His personal style highlights each individual student’s strenghts, and as a result, they remain with him for a long time.
Jim has taught for over ten years at Kurlan Music Center and is also on the teaching staff at Gordon Music in Southbridge, MA. He has many private students as well.
Specializing in vocal education and vocal therapy. Over 25 years performance experience, including stage and recording studio session. 20 years of teaching experience. Prior owner/partner in Jeannie Deva Voice Studios, Boston.
Rachael has been composing music for over 30 years. She studied at Thayer Conservatory and developed her talent as a singer/songwriter. Rachael is a Music Director, Pianist, Sound Coordinator, and Children’s Choir Director at Unity Center of Central Massachusetts.
Full-time professional musician & piano teacher. 20+ years experience. Learn: basic piano / keyboard skills, music theory, song writing, improv, various styles of music. Focuses on encouraging with non-judgmental learning. Glenn performs American Vintage Jazz, Ragtime, Blues, and Gospel music throughout Central Mass.
Private tutoring students of all ages and all skill levels. Graduated with a Masters of Musical Degree from University of Albania in Violin Performance. Teaching, instructing and orchestral experience in America and Europe for over 20 years.
40 years playing and teaching. Active on the local music scene with The Bluesicians and Fred Hall’s Blackstone Valley Swing Band. Founder of Sawyer Saxophone Student Solo Workshop, which includes woodwinds, brass and a professional rhythm section.
Beginner’s level, focusing on folk & traditional American root styles. 10 years of performance experience including solo, group, and studio work.
Local and National appearances in the Bluegrass scene for almost 50 years. He has composed almost 70 instrumentals. Playing alongside Lilly Brothers & Don Stover at the Hillbilly Ranch, Sunset Park with Alec Campbell and Ola Belle Reed with the New River Boys. Enjoyed playing many years with Ola Belle Reed folk gigs at the Smithsonian, college campuses and radio performances. Taught workshops in North Carolina and is proficient in the Bill Monroe mandolin style. He is currently member of Contra Dance band Berlin Country Orchestra playing fiddle and mandolin.
Professional musician for 35 years with performances throughout the United States, Canada, and the UK. A highly sought-after professional. Alumnus of Berklee College of Music, Bill has performed and recorded with a variety of artists including folk artist Carol Noonan, Boston Music Award winner Dennis Brennan, Duke Levine, W. C. Handy Award winning blues artists Paul Rishell and Annie Raines, the Thayer Symphony Orchestra, and Berklee professor Jerry Seeco’s Milford Jazz Machine. With over 25 years of teaching experience, Bill is the percussion consultant for the Worcester Public Schools Music Magnet Program, an Artist in Residence at Wachusett Regional High School and Director of the Percussion Ensemble at Notre Dame Academy. Bill’s students have gone on to study at New England Conservatory, Berklee College of Music, Hartt School of Music, UMass Amherst, UMass Lowell, Clark University and Anna Maria College, and are now professional musicians in Worcester, Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and Nashville.