Most lesson are 1/2 hour, once a week, private instruction, $26 per lesson, payable month-to-month. (Voice is 1 hour every week, $52 per lesson. Bluegrass Banjo is 1 hour every other week, $52 per lesson).
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Instruments We Teach:
* Guitar * Banjo * Violin/Fiddle *
* Ukulele * Mandolin * Voice *
Adults and Children * Beginners through Advanced
We have been offering lessons here at Bucks County Folk Music since we opened in 1966 and, from the beginning, we have had instructors that not only know how to play well, but also know how to teach well.
Our lessons are tailored to each individual student and we do not use "cookie cutter" approaches. Our teachers will talk with you and work to develop lessons based on what you wish to learn and what will work best to get you there. You will learn more quickly and, more importantly, with more enjoyment.
As your lessons continue, you and your teacher will continue to collaborate on your progress and your goals.
Please Contact Us to learn more or to sign up to begin your lessons.
Meet Our Teachers:
Christy B. - Guitar, Ukulele, Voice
Christy teaches Fingerpick, Flatpick, Folk, and Christian Worship Guitar for Beginner Students; Beginner Ukulele; and All Levels of Voice.
Christy has her BA in music from Kutztown University. She has been teaching since 2002 in tandem with a successful career as a singer / songwriter. From 2002 – 2012 she toured domestically and abroad and professionally recorded six collections of mostly original music, all released under her own record label. In more recent years, Christy has cut back on touring and recording to focus on family. She enjoys singing with and supporting the worship team at her church, making music with her own young children, and inspiring her students.
Bob S. - Bluegrass Banjo
Bob teaches Scruggs and Melodic Styles on the 5-String Banjo for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Students.
Bob started teaching banjo for us way back in 1987 and is still going strong! Bob believes anyone can learn to play banjo simply by taking small steps, having patience and playing slowly. He is currently with the bluegrass group Hilltown (not to be confused with the town) and has performed multiple times at A.F.B.A. Festival, NEPA Bluegrass Festival, O.A.T.S. Bluegrass festival and at the famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.