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 mandolin 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.