Peter is a music educator, composer and arranger originally from the Washington D.C. area where he has been performing as a singer/songwriter since the age of 14. Peter is an accomplished performer on guitar, bass, drums, piano, and brass instruments; he has played a wide variety of venues, from performances at the Kennedy Center in a choral series with the National Symphony Orchestra to regular night club gigs. He has worked as a producer for record labels under Warner Music and as a composer, Peter has written music for television shows and movies on NBC, Bravo, TLC, ESPN, Hallmark, Discovery, and more. He also has received several industry awards for his music featured in advertising and has written the official fight song for UNC Greensboro. Peter has even written his own music curriculum that is distributed nationally and is an expert in both audio engineering and music production. Peter graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor’s of Music Performance in Composition with minors in conducting and recording from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Peter teaches lessons in Voice, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Ukulele, and Piano performance, as well as Songwriting, Music Theory, Music Production, Music Composition, Arranging, Audio Engineering, Artist/Band Bootcamp, and the Recording Industry.
You can expect a complete customized curriculum on the music topics of your choice based upon your musical goals. Our lessons will include a learning balance of technique, repertoire, and true music industry examples to provide you with the skills to hang with even the best musicians. I am also a very reliable teacher who promises to dedicate myself to your progress and musical journey.
Bachelor of Music In Composition and Theory - The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Signed to Warner Music at Age 20
Written Music for Over 100 TV Shows and Films
Wrote the Fight Song for A Division 1 University
Employed in the Music Industry for Over 10 Years
Over 1,000 Published Sheet Music Arrangements
Warner Music Group
Bach To Rock
You will need a computer or tablet with a webcam and microphone...Read More
You will need a computer or tablet with a webcam and microphone that is connected to a good Internet connection, with a download speed preferably above 25 Mbps, your instrument (of course), and/or any equipment recommended by your teacher prior to the lesson. A link and details on how to join will be included in your booking confirmation email.
Online Lessons are all attended on the Zoom video conferencing platform. After...Read More
Online Lessons are all attended on the Zoom video conferencing platform. After you book, you’ll receive an email confirmation with a link to your upcoming lesson that you’ll join using a web browser or the Zoom app. Lessons use both audio and video, so make sure that you can meet the system requirement before booking a lesson. Online lessons are interactive, so you’ll be able to communicate with your teacher, ask questions, and comment as much as you like.
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Lessons can be canceled or rescheduled directly on the platform using the...Read More
Lessons can be canceled or rescheduled directly on the platform using the cancel/reschedule function in the Booked Lesson section of your Dashboard at least 24 hours before the lesson time. If you need to cancel a lesson, do so by clicking on the “Cancel” button on your booked lesson and your teacher will be notified automatically.
You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before...Read More
You can always think ahead and get a few things ready before your lessons. Make sure to tune your instrument before the lesson. Bring à a notepad and anything you might need to write down notes. We strongly recommend testing your video conference settings at least 15 min before each lesson to avoid any unwanted technical issues during the lesson.
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