About Banjo Lessons
Our guitar instructors are trained in a wide variety of styles, genres, and instruments including acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, mandolin, and banjo. Beginner or advanced, child or adult, we provide an encouraging and supportive learning environment where every lesson is customized to fit the individual goals, learning styles, skill levels, and personalities of each student.
how it works
We currently offer banjo lessons virtually and in-person (limited to availability)
- All of our virtual lessons take place through Google Meet and are accessible on a computer, tablet, or mobile device. You do not need to have a Google account to be able to access the lesson.
- The link for your lesson will be emailed to you every Monday or can be found through your TeacherZone account.
- At your lesson time, you can click on the link and click ‘Ask to Join’ and your instructor will let you into the meeting.
- If for any reason you need help accessing the meeting, give our friendly front desk staff a call and they are more than happy to answer any questions.
For the safety of our students and staff we have made some changes to our in-person lessons:
- Students and instructors must wear face coverings during the lesson
- Hand sanitizer is available for use before and after lessons
- Please wait outside until your instructor is ready
- Lessons will end 5 minutes early to allow for proper cleaning and sanitizing of the rooms
- At this time, voice and woodwind lessons are not available in-person
Our banjo instructors
Spencer began piano lessons at the age of 5 before picking up guitar and trumpet in middle school. He graduated from...
Spencer began piano lessons at the age of 5 before picking up guitar and trumpet in middle school. He graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science in Music with his primary focus being classical guitar. He also studied electronic composition, recording, counterpoint, and transcription and even transcribed and recorded pieces of music from the 16th century and earlier. He has previously performed original songs at the NW Ciderfest and Tualatin Crawfish Festival.
Spencer's Favorite Part of Teaching
“I love watching people grow both as musicians and humans. Seeing someone finally play a difficult passage after investing themselves into it is a special thing.”
A Fun Fact About Spencer
Spencer has competed in a hands-free pie eating contest and lost (but he didn’t get last place).
Instruments Spencer Teaches
In-person and virtual lessons
- $125 per month for a 30 min. lesson each week.
- One time $25 registration fee.
- 10% discount to students who take longer than 30 minute lessons or to families with more than one student.
- $78 per student per month for a 30 min. lesson each week.
- One time $25 registration fee.
What sets us apart
We offer private one-on-one music lessons for all ages and skill levels. Our dedicated instructors are experienced in customizing each lesson to fit the individual needs of each student. We have over 10 instructors teaching more than 15 different instruments, and a full-time front desk staff available for all of your scheduling needs.
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