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Welcome to my website! My name is Andy Schiller. I am a successful recording artist and performer, a registered Suzuki Teacher, and a certified Pro Tools operator.
Thank you to the thousands of subscribers who have made my music teaching channel on YouTube a success: BEYONDGUITAR features hundreds of music lessons in a free format: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7tJ9WZNUnUq6CfYVJjR65Q
Congratulations go out to my former student Jaden, who at age 12 became a National Act, and is headlining the Fox Theater in Boulder, promoting her 5th CD…
Congrats are in order for my student Rory, who at age 16 became a professional musician, headlining the Fox theater as well, with his band Apollo’s Masterpiece.
As a Pro Tools Certified Operator, I offer recording, mixing, and mastering, Some of my clients include Tri-Nebulous, Spear Ritual, and Blindside. My playing has appeared on the iTunes top ten with Tyler Ward and MGB Records. I’ve produced an album for Delisco from the TV show The Entertainer. Three-time GRAMMY winning producer Tom Wasinger has chosen to record my last CD. My recordings have appeared on the TV show Catfish, through special arrangement with TAXi and DeFacto Publishing.
I am a registered Suzuki Method teacher. Here are my credentials.
I play weddings, receptions, and concerts in Michigan, and abroad. I have performed in Carnegie Hall, for the Rome Festival Orchestra in Italy, the Adrian Symphony, and in Sao Paulo Brasil. I play a mix of classical guitar, steel-string acoustic guitar, percussive and tapping techniques, and looping.
I teach private music lessons on guitar, mandolin, fiddle, ukulele, piano, bass, and banjo, at 106 S. Maumee Street in Tecumseh MI, as well as online.
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HI its Don in AZ I watched 3 videos on Let it be solo. did not get it tell I saw your video. i am 57 just Learning Guitar.
Great! Glad to hear you finally got it!
Just learned the intro of Sultans of Swing from your video. Can’t seem to find the rest of the song on utube .
its on BeyondGuitar.com