Our Mandolin teachers define Lessons In Your Home. We are a tight-knit family of world-class instructors that is passionate about teaching Mandolin. We aim to make learning music fun and to have the absolute best student/teacher relationship possible.
We invite you to review our Mandolin instructors below and find the best fit for your family or you can contact us and we’ll pair you with the best teacher available after speaking with you.
Meet Our Mandolin Teachers
About Jennifer Aikey:
Mrs. Jennifer Aikey (last name pronounced eye-key) started her musical journey at the age of 10 when starting violin through the Richmond County Orchestra program in Augusta, GA, her hometown. At the age of 12, she picked up the guitar and began writing songs, and has been a singer-songwriter ever...
About Jake Aschenbrenner:
Jake Aschenbrenner has spent much of his life pursuing the craft and love of music. He initially learned music theory from his Emmy-nominated father, composer John Aschenbrenner, beginning in his teenage years. Taking this knowledge, Jake turned his interests towards the genres of folk, rock and bluegrass, playing in a...
City: Miami/South Florida
About Mitchell Bonkowski:
Mitchell began his music studies with piano lessons at 7 years old and guitar at 10. After playing in rock bands throughout high school, he changed course into classical music and college programs going on to earn Bachelors' in classical guitar performance and music history at the University of Wisconsin...
About Austin Bourdon:
Austin has been teaching guitar lessons since 2010 to learners of all skill levels, and has been playing both electric and acoustic guitar for 15 years. After falling in love with the electric guitar at age 11 and teaching himself, he joined local rock and metal bands; some of...
About William Carman:
Growing up with music as central part of his life, William Carman possesses a deep respect for the power and personal growth available through songcraft. Every part of life has a rhythm, a melody, a tempo. The secret, in his mind, is to groove with the changes, challenges, and...
About Matthew Chiorazzi:
After graduating from the University of Arizona, Matthew Chiorazzi decided to pack up everything in his Mini-Cooper and move up to the Pacific Northwest to pursue teaching. He earned his BA in Elementary Education with an English as a Second Language Endorsement and started off substitute teaching in the...
About Jake Cohan:
Jake Cohan is a talented multi-instrumentalist performing and teaching out of Atlanta Georgia. Growing up in a musical home he picked up his dad's guitar in his teenage years and has yet to look back. With over 10 years of professional performance under his belt, his passion for all things...
About Joseph D'Esposito:
Joe D'Esposito began playing violin at the age of seven. These first lessons were classically oriented and continued until age thirteen. Joe continued his studies with Earl Maneein, a multi genre violinist whose projects include classical chamber music, jazz, bluegrass, and metal. In addition to private violin study, Joe was...
About Nick Edelstein:
Nick Edelstein is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist who has made his living through many avenues in the music industry over the past decade. Born in Deltona, Florida with a highly gifted ear, Nick began formal piano lessons at the age of 4 before going on to receive the Louis Armstrong Jazz...
About Steven Foltz:
Steve Foltz plays mandolin, guitar, sings lead and harmony vocals, plays harmonica, and writes songs in the Denver-based touring band, Trout Steak Revival. The band plays more than 80 shows each year, allowing Steve to practice and experiment with various styles on each instrument. On the guitar,...