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Sheryl Ahlberg

Sheryl Ahlberg
Guitar
801-661-4022

Sheryl teaches piano, guitar, and flute to students of all ages from beginning to intermediate and advanced levels. She has played the piano since 7 years of age and added flute while still in elementary school and acoustic, classical and electric guitar later as an adult. Sheryl loves to teach and would especially love to help you have a great experience with music, whether you are starting from “scratch” or continuing from where you are now. Music participation is empowering and fun! So get ready to have a great time making and sharing your music!
 

Jared Day
Jared Day
Guitar/Ukulele
801-913-2581

Stay tuned for more information about Jared Day!

 

Mindy Dillard
Mindy Dillard
Banjo/Guitar/Ukulele
801-641-4422

Mindy Dillard is an award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Salt Lake City. She won 1st place in the 2015 Susanne Millsaps performing songwriter showcase sponsored by the Intermountain Acoustic Music Association at the Utah Arts Festival. Mindy holds a BFA in Theatre from the University of Utah and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College. In addition she is a certified Music Together® teacher. For more information about Mindy's albums and musical performing career, please visit her website: www.mindydillard.com, Facebook page, or instagram, @mindydillard

Mindy strives to create a unique curriculum for each student, based on their backgrounds, abilities and desires. She specializes in teaching kids (4 and up) and teen girls. She has large repertoire of easy to intermediate ukulele songs. She also teaches banjo to adults in the old-time Appalachian clawhammer style. In addition, she teaches folk guitar in the style of Joni Mitchell and Dar Williams. Mindy also coaches vocalists (including musical theatre singers) and songwriters. Group lessons are possible. 
 
To inquire about rates or schedule a lesson please call or text (801) 641-4422 or email mindy@mindydillard.com (texting is preferred!) 

Lessons available in: Clawhammer Banjo, Guitar, Ukulele, Voice, Songwriting and Performance 

 

 

Nathaniel Dunbeck

Nathaniel Dunbeck
Guitar

Nathaniel is from Heber City, Utah where he played clarinet and saxophone in the public school concert and jazz bands. After graduating from Wasatch High School, Nathaniel moved to Logan to study Guitar Education at Utah State University. While at Utah State, he studied privately with Mike and Corey Christiansen, focusing primarily on jazz, blues, and bluegrass music, but also studying classical theory and techniques. While attending Utah State, he was part of electric guitar ensembles that focused on jazz and blues music as well as acoustic guitar ensembles that focused on classical guitar music. During his time studying at Utah State, Nathaniel also taught private guitar lessons to undergraduate guitar students. 

As part of his teaching degree, he did his student teaching at Hillside Middle School and various elementary schools in the Salt Lake area working with choir and orchestra classes, grades 4-8. He has been working as a substitute teacher for orchestra classes in the Salt Lake School District for the past two years.

While focusing primarily on teaching jazz, blues, and bluegrass music, he is proficient in pop, rock, folk, and metal guitar playing. He also accepts students interested in classical guitar up to an intermediate level. He accepts students of all ages who own their own guitars.

 

Eric Kartchner
Guitar
801-746-0792
801-979-0684
www.cremmemusicstudios.com

Eric has over 15 years of teaching experience and is an avid musician. He has resided as the principal cellist for the West Valley Symphony for over 15 years. Visit his website at www.cremmemusicstudios.com for available appointment times and tuition prices.

 

Jacob Lambros
Guitar
801-680-5513

Jacob Lambros is a musician from Murray, UT. After finishing high school at Murray High School in 2009, Jacob went on to study music at Salt Lake Community College where he graduated in 2011 with an A.S. in music. However, he was still thirsty for musical knowledge after this endeavor and started to study Jazz Composition at the University of Utah, he completed his B.A. in Jazz Composition in 2015, and he composed many guitar ensemble and big band charts. He is currently teaching group guitar lessons after school for Bonneville Elementary. Jacob has also been involved in the local music scene by performing in rock bands, jazz combos, and even weddings and musicals.

Jacob believes that every student should have a great understanding of the fundamental of guitar and music. This fundamental knowledge can be gained through learning songs and styles that interests the student. Students should strive to learn songs to the best of their ability, this means learning songs in their entirety, getting the song memorized, and understanding the musical aspects of the song. At the same time, we should make sure that the student is having fun and enjoying themselves because that’s what music is truly about.

 

John Madsen

John Madsen
Guitar/Electric Bass
801-759-4652

 Stay tuned for more information about John Madsen!
 

Mike Paine
Guitar
801-628-3204
saltlakecityguitarlessons.com

Mike Paine began teaching himself to play the guitar over sixteen years ago. It was about this time when he also began performing his new instrument and singing in front of large and small audiences. While at the University of Utah, Mike studied Jazz Guitar under the direction of Kevin Johansen. It was then when Mike fully began to understand the instrument he loves to play. After years of performing both in various local bands and as a solo act, and appearing as a musician and singer on three of the four major local television stations. Mike is eager and willing to pass on his knowledge and experience to the next generation of guitar players and performers.

Mike's philosophy and approach to playing the guitar is simple. Start by learning the songs and style you want to play. The reason so many people give up playing the guitar is because they start by learning things on the guitar that they are not yet interested in. It is hard when you have to learn the guitar in this way. Because it is hard, people tend to give up on playing. It doesn't have to be that way. Mike will start by teaching you the basic chords necessary to play songs that you want to learn to play. You will be required to learn at least one song per month. In addition, Mike will also teach the player new chords so that it will be easier to learn more songs that you are interested in.

As one of your lessons, Mike will hold a Master Class once a month where you will have the opportunity to perform the song(s) you have learned for other students and also listen to the songs they have learned. The Master Classes will help you prepare for recital concerts to be held three times a year.