Beechland Academy of Music
Faculty of Beechland Academy of Music
Steffany Greco has been teaching Suzuki violin and piano at the Academy since 2010. She studied violin and piano at Henderson State University. Steffany was also an instructor at Bluegrass Christian Academy and Suzuki Stars Music Academy. She currently serves on the worship team at Southeast Christian Church Southwest and is pursuing certification through the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
(Mondays and Tuesdays)
Danny Henderson has taught guitar for over 30 years. He teaches most styles (from Pop to Rock, Blues and Classical). He accepts beginning through advanced levels starting at age 7. Danny has studied with Guitarists Christopher Parkening and Javier Calderon (AndresSegovia's top students). He has represented Hohner Music Company and Orange Amplifier Company at NAMM shows. He is the winner of the 2013 Kentuckiana Blues solo/duet contest.
Marsha Henderson has taught private piano and voice lessons for over 30 years. She accepts beginning through advanced level students. Marsha received her Bachelor of Music Education from Ky. Wesleyan College and a Teacher Certificate for grades K-12. Since 1994, Marsha has taught General music in schools. Also, she has served as the Choir Director and Organist for several local churches.
(Mondays and Thursdays)
Karen Love has been the Director of the Music Academy the past three years and a piano teacher the past 35 years. She received her Music Education/Piano undergraduate degree from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and her Music Education/Organ graduate degree from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
(Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
Eddie Schweinhart started drum lessons at Central Conservatory of Music at age 10. Two years later, he started lessons for four years with nationally acclaimed jazz drummer John Roy at Durlaut's Music. Eddie has been teaching the same method learned from Mr. Roy in music stores in the south end over 35 years.
(Mondays and Tuesdays)
Mike Thompson started guitar lessons when he was seven years old and continued until he was 16. The next year he began teaching, and has continued to do so the past 46 years. He has taught all multiple locations as well as played with numerous local bands through the years. He especially enjoys teaching beginners and left handed guitarists!
(Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays)
Nick Weiner began teaching cello at Beechland Academy of Music in January. He currently serves as the Orchestra Director at Stuart 7th and 8th Grade Academy and Stonestreet Elementary in Louisville, Kentucky. Mr. Weiner also assists with the orchestra programs at Robert Frost 6th grade Academy, Valley High School, Jeffersontown High, and Atherton High School. Nick graduated from U of L with a Music Education degree. He is an active member of worship teams at Southeast Christian Church and New Song Christian Church in Louisville, KY.
(Mondays and Wednesdays)
Are you looking for a fun, unique way to challenge your child or yourself while learning and building important life skills? Learning a musical instrument is one of the best ways to give you or your child a sense of accomplishment while gaining confidence and learning self-motivation. Playing music is fun, sparks creativity, uses EVERY part of the brain and is a wonderful, healthy outlet for self-expression! Recent studies show that children who are involved in music score higher on standardized tests, do better in school, stay out of trouble and are more likely to graduate and go to college. Being in a music program builds necessary life skills such as discipline, teamwork, and problem solving. Music is more than an extra-curricular activity: it is an art!
Beehland Baptist Church's Academy of Music
strives to provide our students with a high-quality music education in a safe, positive environment.
We are currently offering private lessons in the instruments listed below:
Bass (electric), Drums, Guitar (acoustic & electric), Piano, Suzuki Violin & Piano, and Voice
Tuition is paid monthly and ranges between $17-$20 per lesson. There is a one-time, non-refundable registration fee of $20 per family. Private lessons are held once per week.
If you are interested in lessons for yourself, your child, or would like more information, please contact the academy director: Karen Love 502-935-1313 ext. 207, or at firstname.lastname@example.org ... or use this form below: