Main Street Music provides guitar lessons for children and adults age 7 and up. We invite you to take a trial guitar lesson with one of our teachers for 50% off. No commitments are necessary beyond this first lesson which means it's a great opportunity to come in, meet your teacher, take a lesson and decide afterward if you'd like to continue. Please scroll below to read more about our guitar teachers. CLICK HERE to find out more information about scheduling a 50% off trial lesson.
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Bill Corvino is best known in recent years as the lead guitarist for singer/songwriter Moot Davis. He has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe with him, as well as on Moot's critically acclaimed 2014 CD "Goin' in Hot", recorded in Nashville and produced by Country/Americana session ace Kenny Vaughan.
He graduated Cum Laude from the prestigious Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor of Arts in Guitar Performance. Bill combines this academic background, as well as years of experience performing and recording Country, Jazz, Rock, Blues, Reggae and Gospel with groups such as the Kelli Campbell Trio, Bocco Socks, Jimmy Heffernan, The Drifters, The Penguins, Paul Evans, George Rabbai, The DTM Project, The Dovells and many others to effectively teach guitar lessons to all levels of students.
From beginner to advanced, from young to old, Bill helps each student to reach his or her individual goals. He has taught music for over 12 years at Mercer County Community College and the Conservatory of Musical Arts in his home state of New Jersey.
Jack Peacock has been teaching guitar lessons and performing for approximately 30 years. He started studying the guitar at 7 years old and bass at 13 years old. After graduating high school Jack decided to take his music career further and pursued a degree in Music Education at Rowan University. While at college Jack performed on a regular basis and has opened for acts such as Tammy Wynette, Mel Tillis, George Jones and Ernest Scruggs. He also has experience with composition and has worked on soundtracks for educational films presented on PBS. Jack still performs on a regular basis in local clubs and restaurants performing 11 gigs a month. He is well versed in many styles including jazz, rock and classical. Jack takes pride in his ability to customize his lessons to fit the needs and desires of each individual student. Jack also teaches electric bass at Main Street Music.