Guitar lessons are a popular choice for students of all ages and ability levels. The guitar is an instrument that can be played casually or explored to great depths in a variety of styles. CMA offers lessons taught by some of the region’s most experienced and in-demand instructors. CMA works closely with students and families to recommend the right instructor. Our directors consider the teaching style and personality that best serves each student’s needs and goals. Lessons are also available for electric and upright bass, banjo, mandolin, and ukulele. Both acoustic and electric instruments can be used in lessons.
All CMA teachers have a college degree in music. Most instructors have been teaching professionally for more than 10 years.
Lessons for Beginners to Advanced Students:
Cincinnati Music Academy accepts beginners whether students are kids taking their first lessons or adults looking for a new hobby. It is important that beginners work with a teacher who has many years of experience and a track record of successful clients. It shows when students start to gain confidence on the instrument and experience the joy of guitar lessons for the first time!
Since opening in 1997 CMA has eared it’s reputation as the music school for intermediate and advanced guitar instruction. CMA guitar and bass instructors bring decades of study and knowledge to each lesson. Each lesson plan is tailored to the style and needs of the student. Instructors frequently work with students who wish to perform live, prepare for auditions, learn music theory, and make the guitar a serious part of their lives.
Rock, Jazz, Country, Classical, Blues, and More:
Our large and diverse faculty make CMA an ideal place for students with a particular style in mind. Instructors will specialize in several styles that they have performed and taught as part of their career. Students are encouraged to explore different styles and find their musical voice!
Banjo, Mandolin, and Ukulele Lessons:
These other stringed instruments are popular choices in the Guitar Department! Smaller instruments like the ukulele and mandolin are popular choices for children and hobbyists.
If you have questions that aren’t answered here, or would like to inquire about the best guitar lessons Cincinnati has to offer for your children or yourself, please write email@example.com or call (513) 891-7714.
What we offer:
- Teachers for kids, teens, & adults
- Lessons for complete beginners
- Intermediate & advanced lessons
- Learn all popular styles
- Acoustic & electric guitar
- Electric and upright bass
- Ukulele, mandolin, & banjo
- Learn to play with a band
- Audition prep
- Music theory on the guitar
Since 2002 Joel Greenberg has been instructing students at the Cincinnati Music Academy and building the Guitar Department up to be one of the most well known in … Learn More »
A music teacher for over 25 years, Nancy brings a wealth of experience to each lesson, and is especially trained for beginners of all ages in guitar or … Learn More »
Originally from Oklahoma, Max Gise has made his home in Cincinnati since 2004. Currently, Max is an adjunct professor at University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), a … Learn More »
Matt began teaching in 2004 at Moeller Music in West Chester, and joined the staff of CMA in 2007. Believing that the study of music can be used … Learn More »
Niko works with students of all skill levels. He is great at making the guitar fun for kids and enjoys working with teenagers and adults as well. He … Learn More »
Saul Meyerson-Knox is a highly qualified and experienced guitar instructor specializing in Suzuki style lessons for students ages 4 and above, as well as traditional lessons for children … Learn More »
Nick first picked up the guitar when he was nine years old. Inspired by his father’s love for The Beatles, Nick quickly began learning as many songs as … Learn More »
Bill has been teaching private guitar, ukulele, and bass guitar lessons for ten years in professional studios, and has also taught group guitar courses, guitar sightreading courses, and … Learn More »