Bryan Reichert has experience teaching students of varying ages and playing abilities. He is fluent in styles including classical, jazz and popular genres. Reichert’s teaching philosophy is: with dedication, all students have the ability to play the guitar. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music and a Master of Music degree from Cleveland Institute of Music, where he studied with 2015 Grammy winner Jason Vieaux. Reichert is an enthusiastic private lessons teacher in Baldwin Wallace University’s Community Arts School, where he has taught for over 4 years. He also works with the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society as Director of Operations. CCGS is a nonprofit music organization with a mission to “Teach, Inspire, Connect” through its programming, including an Education Program which focuses on providing top-level guitar instruction to inner city students in Cleveland, and the International Series, which presents the greatest guitarists from around the world to the Cleveland area through a yearlong concert series.
Bryan Reichert recently graduated from Cleveland Institute of Music with a Master’s Degree, Guitar Performance, studying with Grammy-winner Jason Vieaux. Reichert is an enthusiastic private lessons teacher who currently holds an adjunct faculty position in Baldwin Wallace University’s Community Arts School.
His personal website is www.bryanreichertmusic.com.