There’s no better time than Now to take up a new instrument or seek additional instruction on your current instrument. Advances in brain studies point out that active engagement with music influences other development, especially with children and young adults. Whether you’ve been awakened by an inspirational piece of music, looking for a challenge, or aiming to maximize self-expression, there are local resources to take advantage of. The fringe benefit of having a strong local musician community is the resource well of music teachers, many of which are also performers. Here are resources for finding a local music instructor. If you're a teacher and would like to be added or removed from this list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instruction on multiple instruments
Aaron Davis; email@example.com, 307-413-2513. Teaches a wide range of guitar styles including finger picking, slide, soloing and strumming while singing from Three Hearted Recording Studio. Also offering songwriting assistance, intro to mandolin, music production and recording services in a mountainside cabin setting.
Jackson Hole Music Store; 307-201-1700, firstname.lastname@example.org. Owner/teacher David Rice has a degree in classical guitar and twenty years of teaching experience. Offering lessons for guitar, drums, bass, and band lessons. Bo Elledge also teaches out of the store, helping clients learn songs and basic chords.
David Bundy; 208-201-3598, email@example.com. Teaches drum set, bass guitar and guitar Monday through Thursday at his home studio in Driggs, Idaho.
Jack Tolan; firstname.lastname@example.org. Private and small group lessons on guitar, bass, mandolin, and ukulele. All ages.
Susan Jones; email@example.com. Piano, guitar and ukulele lessons in Wilson and at