Teacher Directory

Stanley Alexandrowicz
Concert guitarist, Master teacher, ALBANY RECORDS recording artist, internationally renowned for his virtuosic musicality, insightful interpretations, and refined guitarism. He has premiered and commissioned over 100 works by composers from Europe, Asia, North America, Cuba, and South America.

754 Pilgrim Ave. , Lawrenceville, NJ 08648-4617 (609) 393-4262 stanleyalexandrowicz@gmail.com
General Website:   http://stanleyalexandrowicz.com/
19th Century Romantic Guitar website:   http://19thcenturyvirtuosoromanticguitar.com/


Tom Amoriello . Classical Guitar Lessons in Southern New Jersey
Holds B.A. in Music from Rowan University and M.M. in Performance from Shenandoah University.   He was an Adjunct Professor of Guitar at Cumberland County College (Vineland, NJ) from 1999-2005.  As a NJ certified music educator, he has founded Instructional Guitar Class programs at Sacred Heart High School and Reading Fleming Intermediate School. Tom believes is an advocate for class guitar programs in public schools and has been a clinician presenting his, “Guitar for the K-12 Music Educator” at the New Jersey Music Educators State Conference.  He was recently featured on an episode of  Classroom Closeup-NJ which aired on NJN Public Television and was featured in an interview of Classical Guitar Magazine (UK) in the “Making a Living as a Classical Guitarist” column.

Gloucester County, NJ  856-464-6890


Alice Artzt
Concert and recording artist, toured worldwide  for many years, made 12 LP records/CDs, plus many TV and radio appearances. Wrote 2 books on guitar technique. Accepting serious students at any level.

51 Hawthorne Ave., Princeton, NJ, 609 921 6629 guitartzt@aol.com


Keith Calmes
Background includes work with Mel Bay Publications, and degrees from Juilliard and USC. Heads Guitar Program at Wall High School.

Studio at 1770 Belmar Blvd., Wall NJ 07719, 215 880 0780, keithguitarcalmes@yahoo.com.
www.keithcalmes.com www.myspace.com/keithcalmes


Rob Heinink
30 years of teaching experience. Music degree/Berklee College of Music. Education certificate/William Paterson University. Teach ages 5 thru adult. Use Suzuki method for young students. I also teach and play jazz, blues and rock.

Phone # (973) 984-6460.  For more info please go to: myspace.com/robertheinink


Kenji Herbert

Kenji Herbert is an internationally active guitarist, composer and educator. An alumnus of Berklee College of Music (summa cum laude, 2011), where he studied under Mick Goodrick and David Tronzo, he was an inaugural member of its honor program, the Berklee Global Jazz Institute. In the past, Kenji has held workshops at such institutions as the Conservatorio Puerto Rico, Koyo Conservatories in Kobe; Nagoya and the National Taiwan University of Arts. He has over 10 years teaching experience as a private instructor on both classical and electric guitar, as well as in the areas of improvisation and music theory. Kenji offers in-home guitar lessons all across NYC including New Jersey and Manhattan.

347-302-1342; info@guitarlessonsnyc.net; www.guitarlessonsnyc.net


Christopher Kenniff
Lessons taught from my home studio in Summit, NJ. I work with students of all levels and ages. Students interested in earning a BM or BMusEd should audition for me at Kean University (http://www.kean.edu/~music/). I specialize in Suzuki Instruction for students as young as five years; many of my young students have continued with me through high school and continue to study classical guitar at the collegiate level and into their professional lives. Students interested in participating in a summer music camp in which classical guitarists can learn to play chamber music with string instruments should consider the ASTA/NJ Chamber Music Institute (http://www.astanj.com/chambermusic.php – I am the director and coach ensembles with guitar). BM, MM &Artist Diploma Degrees; Suzuki Teacher Training 1A&B, 2. Fee information & general availability by request

25 Lowell Ave., Summit NJ 07901 908 6561548  http://www.christopherkenniff.com cmkgtr@yahoo.com


Kevin Lutke
Known for jazz and blues guitar but has been playing mostly classical guitar for the last 5 or 6 years, and writing a lot of solo pieces for the instrument. Studio in Wyckoff (Bergen County).



Frank Miglaccio

My name is Frank Migliaccio and I am a William Paterson University graduate with more than 20 years of teaching experience.  I teach classical (as well as acoustic and electric) guitar in students’ homes throughout Northern New Jersey (Passaic, Bergen, Morris & Essex counties).

I teach comprehensively with a structured method and an emphasis on music theory and fretboard knowledge.  I’ve taught students from the ages of 6 to 60 and have had many go on to top music schools throughout the country.

My website is located at http://www.newjerseyguitarteacher.com, and my contact information is as follows: Phone: 973-902-5515; e-mail lessons@newjerseyguitarteacher.com


Leon Muhudinov
Experienced and dedicated guitar lessons in studio or privately at your home. Students of all ages and levels. Many students participate in school and community settings while others perform regularly with various groups and projects, and continue to pursue their musical education, career, and passion. Posture, Technique, Sight Reading Notation/Tablature, Repertoire, Interpretation, Improvisation, Theory, Ear Training/Transcription, Composition are some areas covered. Emphasis on classical guitar technique; other styles include acoustic, fingerstyle, world and ethnic, folk, blues, and rock.

For more information, please contact:
201 873 1839


Leighann Narum

Concert guitarist and experienced instructor, has taught guitar at Rutgers-Newark since 2000 and Rutgers-New Brunswick’s Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division since 2009. She previously lived for 5 years in Spain where she performed and taught at the International Institute and theInternational College of Spain

I specialize in classical guitar instruction and enjoy working with students of all levels and ages. Students can study with me in 3 locations. My home studio in Maplewood, NJ. At Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division for those interested in intensive study with performance opportunities. http://www.masongross.rutgers.edu/extension/  And at Rutgers-Newark for students seeking a degree as a music major in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media.  http://acm.newark.rutgers.edu/

B.M. and Master of Music degrees in guitar performance from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and a Diploma di Merito from Italy’s famed Accademia Musicale Chigiana.

John Sheehan
Studied classical at William Paterson college 15 yrs rock band experience currently gigging as a solo guitarist/singer. Also teachesBass Guitar, Banjo, Theory, Ear Training, Renaissance lute, Mandolin: Pop Rock, Classical, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Country, electric styles, Bluegrass

Rates:  $50 per Hour; $25 a half hour for young beginners . Teaches in Ringwood, Passaic County NJ. Phone: 973-962-9655.  E-mail:  www.johnsheehan.net


If you are a qualified classical or flamenco guitar teacher in or near New Jersey and would like to be listed, please send your contact information and a brief statement of your qualifications, teaching arrangements, or whatever you would want a prospective student to know about you to njguitarsociety@yahoo.com.

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