Savage Classical Guitar is now proudly offering lessons with two teachers: Mike Alessi and Dan Bouza.
Both Dan and Mike offer in home and skype lessons, based on your needs. To schedule your lessons call 631-335-5447 or email: email@example.com
In-Home Lessons: $45/hour, $25/30-minute.
Skype Lessons: $35/hour, $20/30-minute.
has been playing, performing and teaching the guitar for over a decade. He is well versed in several styles of playing but specializes in Classical Guitar. He is an accomplished Audio Engineer and Producer and brings his musical expertise to you. Dan works with all levels of musicians and all ages. Whether you are picking up a guitar for the first time or playing the Aranjuez, 3 years old or enjoying your retirement, his musical guidance is highly prized.
Before working for Savage Classical Guitar, Dan studied with Dr. Douglas Rubio at the Crane School of Music, and has since gone on to a freelance career in Music. At Savage Classical Guitar Dan handles all of our recording, media, and web needs. Outside of the guitar, he is an active producer, audio engineer and owner of SteamWalker Studio. In his spare time Dan dabbles in web design and he finds a passion in reading novels that are far too long.
studied for four years at The Crane School of Music under Douglas Rubio for classical guitar, and is also currently studying jazz, and flat-picking (blue/new grass) styles. Mike has extensive experience in teaching beginner and intermediate players, and truly enjoys sharing his knowledge with up and coming players. He teaches the necessary skills you need to be a well-rounded musician.
Originally attracted to the guitar by Muddy Waters, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. The blues is what shaped him as a guitar player for years, but as time went on his tastes began to broaden and Mike started to enjoy other types of music. It was then that he began to branch out into other styles, shaping Mike into the versatile musician that he is now. He brings his originality and his diverse skills into this pedagogy.