Music Lessons for All

Learn to Play.

Music is the tool to express life. Learning to play an instrument is just a few clicks away. 


LessonsOnline Vault
Lessons & Online Content

Choose a Path


One on one music lessons with Jeremy.

 Choose from guitar, electric or upright bass, piano, mandolin, or ukulele.  Students can be any experience level and adults and children are welcome! Not only will you learn how to play your instrument, but you will learn how to read and understand music and musical concepts.

Online Vault

Access to an array of online materials.

The online content is a reservoir of exercises, music charts, song play alongs and more.  All students who enroll in lessons with Jeremy will have access to these materials.  If only the online content is desired, access to this portion of the website is available for a small fee.

Instrument Instruction & More
Become a Musician

Instrument Instruction

Learn something new or refine an old hobby, open to children and adults, just choose an instrument to get started. Instruction is available for acoustic or electric guitar, electric bass, upright bass, piano, ukulele, mandolin, or banjo. 

Music Theory

Integrated into all of the instrument instruction is music theory education. Students will gain a functional understanding of the hows and whys of making and playing music as the lessons progress.

Online Exercises

Access a repository of online practice exercises, play alongs, song charts, and other digital content to help learn at home.  This vault is available on its own for teach yourself learners, but also included with all lesson tutition.

Lesson options

Currently, for everyone’s safety, lessons are only available online.  As the public health situation improves lessons will be available in-home, or students have the option to remain online.  Lessons are available in both 30 and 60 minute time frames.

Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.  – Plato

Our Mission

From growing up playing music all day in the basement with his brothers, to teaching and playing professionally as an adult, Jeremy Schmidt’s passion has always been music.  It is an escape, a hobby, a skill, a career, and a meditation.  Music is what you want it to be, and Jeremy wants to give others the tools to experience and enjoy music as he does.  It doesn’t matter the current skill level, age, or musical preference, Jeremy will guide students until they emerge as musicians.