Glee Guitar Lessons

Whether you are a beginning or intermediate guitar player, our studio is the perfect place for guitar lessons. At Glee we start with how to read music, strum chords, use a pick and pluck strings. Intermediate and advanced students refine their skills and build confidence so they are ready to perform.

At Glee guitar students have 3 to 4 recitals a year to make sure every student has an opportunity to share their new skills as well as to motivate them to keep practicing.

Find a great guitar teacher and scroll below to register for your first guitar class now!

Love of Music

Encouraging teachers make your child’s musical journey educational and enjoyable at Glee Music Academy.


Encouraging teachers and additional time help students learn how to be true performers and build confidence as a performer and musician.

Teacher Expertise

All of our teachers have collegiate musical training and love teaching children all aspects of performing in a safe and judgment-free environment.

“Our guitar teacher was so patient and encouraging.  We couldn’t ask for anyone better for our daughter.”

- Angela Merchant

“Kia is a great guitar teacher and we are glad that Madison can learn from him!!”

- Mimi Wu

“Cash absolutely loved his first guitar lesson. I appreciate the fact that Kia doesn’t baby him.”

- Courtney Sargent

“Our teacher is a gem. He is just what Cole needed to motivate him to study the guitar.”

- Denise Bon

“Bryan was so bummed that soccer was going to conflict with guitar lessons. I’m so glad we could change the time so he could do both.”

- Kristen

“Riley loves her guitar lessons and really enjoys her teacher!”

- Riven

Glee Guitar Guarantee 

Worried that your student might not click with the guitar teacher? We are so sure that you will love our guitar lessons that we’ll give you your money back if your first lesson isn’t everything you hoped for. So that means that you can register for a class without worries. If Glee isn’t everything you want it to be, just let us know in writing the same day as your first class.



Meet Our Guitar Teachers

Dylan, Guitar Teacher

    Fun Facts
  • Writes and records his own songs
  • Has written music for independent films
  • Studies music composition at Chapman University
  • Graduated from OCSA in the Classical Guitar conservatory
  • Collects vinyl records
  • Has been teaching music for about 5 years
    Affiliations & Certifications

When You Wish Upon a Star


Kia, Guitar Teacher

    Fun Facts
  • Kia studied with Ignacio Rodes, one of the best guitarists in the world at the Oscar Espla Conservatory in Alicante, Spain.
  • He completed his Master’s in Interpretation and Research in classical guitar.
  • He loves trying different kinds of food.
  • He was born in Iran and immigrated to Spain, a country with rich classical guitar tradition.
  • He loves watching tennis and movies
  • He has won several national competitions in classical guitar.

Pricing for a 30-minute Private Lesson

One Lesson

Month to Month

Loyalty thru June




Must give notice the month BEFORE you want to discontinue before the 15th of the month.

1st and last payment as deposit and then remaining payments monthly. Must have voided check as back-up

If you promise to stay for the entire season through June 2018, we give you a discounted price.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What grades do you teach?

We have a good mix of elementary, middle school, and high school students. And last but not least, we love to teach adults. Adults take guitar lessons for very specific reasons and are usually great about finding a regular practice schedule.

What grade is ideal for starting?

Our favorite grade to start teaching guitar is 4th grade. It is difficult for young students to know how to practice, but we have found that 8-year olds can be successful if they have an involved parent that sets a regular practice time. And if you are an adult, most of our adults guitar students range from beginning to intermediate, so you’ll fit right in.

What about recitals?

We believe in performance practice. We always find it a little crazy that some teachers don’t have recitals. If we teach you to play the guitar, but no one will ever hear you, then what is the point? We have 3-4 recitals a year and it is an important part of our guitar program.

How much does a guitar cost?

We have found some beautiful beginning guitars that you can buy for less than $100. Just email us (link to contact page) and we’ll give you the details.