Christopher Chesna
64 Wilson Street, North Billerica MA, 01862
Instruments: Composition, Drums, Ear Training, Electric Bass, Guitar, Music Business, Other, Percussion, Recorder, Recording, Saxophone, Theory
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Kids, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 12 years
Rate: $45 / hr
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Personal Statement
Hello! Thank you first, for reading about me. I have been playing and teaching professionally for close to 20 years. I travel to students and they can also come to my in-home studio. As a certified instructor, I emphasize patience in fun in my customized lessons, tailored to every individual based on their skills and needs. I am,

*active member of the American Federation of Musicians
*active member of the Massachusetts Music Teachers Assoc.
*Berklee College of Music Performance Graduate
*U.Mass Lowell alumni

30 and 45 minute lessons offered/available as well.
Education / Training
Graduate- Berklee College of Music 2009
Studies in Performance and Music Business

Attended U.Mass Lowell 1990-1992
Studies in Music Business


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