Instruments, Music Styles and Genres
Pakachoag offers private lessons in a wide variety of instruments and music styles. Sometimes, our offerings may change depending upon teacher availability. If you are interested in lessons for an instrument not listed below, please give us a call. We can review all currently available options.
More About Music Styles
At Pakachoag, the basis for instruction for most instruments is traditional classical instruction. Using this classical approach, we can teach skills, techniques and knowledge to provide a firm musical foundation. You can then readily apply this foundation to other styles of music.
In addition to traditional classical instruction, we also understand that some students are interested in particular music genres or styles. Guitar, ukulele and voice are three instruments in particular where teachers will often teach using different genres. The table below outlines styles and genres available by instrument category.
If you have questions, we suggest you begin by submitting a Lesson Inquiry Form. You can also call us at 508-791-8159.
Please visit our Faculty page for a list of teachers for each instrument. Jazz and Folk instructors are noted within the general faculty listing.
Want to learn more about genres in music? This Music Genres page has an extensive list.
Instrumental & Vocal Lessons
|Category/Instrument||Style of Instruction|
|KEYBOARD||Traditional / |
|Jazz||Folk||Pop / Mainstream||Musical |
|Piano and electric keyboard||√||√||√||√|
|Flute, Fife, Piccolo and Recorder||√|
|Harp (Pedal or Lever)||√||√|
|String bass and bass guitar||√||√||√||√|
|Guitar – acoustic/electric||√||√||√||√||√|
|Sitar (Indian Classical)||√||√|
|BRASS||See also the Merit Brass Program||at Groups > Ensembles|
|VOICE||√||√||√||√||√||√ including Gospel, Blues, Country, and more|