Since 2013, Mike has been a musical guide for many learners, both in one-on-one settings and lively group environments. He has previously taught at C3, Heartbeat Music Academy, and Guitar Center, and as a Music Education Fellow at Correia Middle School.

Today, Mike continues to inspire learners with both online and in-person private music lessons. Whether it's mastering the strums on a Guitar, laying down the groove on a Bass, or exploring the versatile tunes of a Ukulele, Mike caters to enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels, from eager beginners to advanced musicians seeking perfection.

Mike is not just a master of tunes; he is a connoisseur of styles. While he fluently plays a plethora of musical genres, Jazz, Rock, and Music Theory hold a special place in his repertoire. But regardless of your preferred style or your musical aspirations, Mike is committed to nurturing your passion and helping you hit every note of your goals.

Here are some highlights from the most recent recital Mike hosted for his students.  His students range from 1st graders to retired folks, and are at all levels of experience from beginner to advanced.  This recital they performed a variety of music including; Elvis Presley, Nirvana, The Cars, Bon Jovi, The Beatles and some Blues!

“ I am living proof that it is never too late to learn how to play the guitar. Mike has patiently taught me how to play some of my favorite songs. I even learned a little music theory along the way.”

-Wayne A.

"Mike has been absolutely amazing with my daughter.  He has not only been teaching her guitar, but he has helped her transition into bass as well.  He has patience and also a deep understanding of music theory.  But most importantly, he makes it fun for my daughter to play."  

-Tina B.


Mike charges $60 an hour for lessons.  Reach out in the contact section for scheduling, and he can get you on your way to having an exciting and fulfilling musical experience! 

Chord Charts

Over the years, Mike has made numerous chord charts for himself and his students.  Below you can find the pdfs of some of those charts.  Feel free to use them for your own personal musical growth. (Note: some are in different keys or have slight alterations)