Since 2011, I have been teaching at Lebanon Valley College as an Adjunct Professor of Music. My responsibilities include teaching applied lessons on double bass, bass guitar, jazz improvisation, and directing the jazz combo.
I also have a home teaching studio. My private students’ successes include acceptances into major collegiate music programs; winning the bass spot for PMEA All-State Jazz band; awards including “Outstanding Soloist” and “Best Rhythm Section” at Cavalcade Jazz Festivals; and winning auditions for district jazz band and district orchestra.
Demonstrating a finger system for the bass guitar that allows for a two-octave scale with just one shift.
PDF for scale fingerings: G maj and min scales 2 octaves electric bass
A lesson on achieving clean in-tune shifts on the double bass, using the Adagio from Marcello’s Sonata in E minor to demonstrate finger-replacement concept for visualizing the physical aspect of shifting on the double bass.