Music Instructors

DISCLAIMER: The Baltimore Jazz Alliance lists the following instructors as a convenience to our readers and does not verify their qualifications

  • PIANO – George Spicka: I am a forty-year career professional, with fifteen years teaching experience. I’m very good with beginners of all ages, tailoring lessons individually to student’s abilities. Advance studies emphasize the harmonic evolution of jazz and jazz forms, and the exploration of future trends., 410-227-8914
  • SAX, CLARINET – Bob Jacobson: I teach beginner and intermediate-level students of all ages, either in my Pikesville home or your home. I do not teach improvization. Very reasonable rates (more if in your home). References available. 410-415-5199
  • SAX, CLARINET, FLUTE – Harold A. Williams: Music enhances Life. I have over 40 years experience on Saxophone, and about 5-6 years on Clarinet and Flute. I teach beginner studies, including adult studies in Reading, and Jazz Studies. My fee is negotiable. 443-255-9013
  • VOICE – Diane Postell: Ms. Postell is an experienced vocal instructor that has returned back to Baltimore after being in Los Angeles for 4 years. She has extensive experience teaching and has designed many classes for vocal performance, auditions and songwriting. Please review her website for her bio and background and to schedule your initial lesson.
  • Dan WallaceSAXOPHONE & WOODWINDS – Dan Wallace Dan Wallace is a saxophone and woodwind player based in the Baltimore area. He earned his Bachelor of Music degree from Loyola New Orleans (graduated spring 2011). He has studied with many great saxophonists, including Tony Dagradi, Dave Rybczynski, Jeff Antoniuk, Jason Mingledorff, Ray Moore, and Tim Price, and he has played with many bands throughout the DC/Baltimore area. Dan teaches at The Music Space in Towson. He teaches saxophone, flute, clarinet, improvisation and music theory. Dan Wallace Saxophone