guitar, ukulele, bass
Grant has been formally studying classical guitar since the age of thirteen and completed his Bachelor of Science in Music at Radford University. During his time at Radford, he worked closely with with Dr. Robert Trent on perfecting his technique and expanding his repertoire. He has also been Vice President of the Southwest Virginia Classical Guitar Society, played on live television, and toured Brazil with the University Honors Guitar Quartet.
Grant's repertoire ranges from Renaissance music to modern compositions, as well as a large portion of Latin American music. He also enjoys playing folk guitar and arranging popular songs into solo guitar works.
Grant's teaching style is extremely dependent on how the student learns and what type of music he or she is interested in. A large portion of his lesson preparation involves learning the songs that his students love and searching for potential new tunes to teach. Whether the instrument is electric guitar, acoustic guitar, ukulele, or bass, Grant's lessons focus on the kinds of musical theory and technique that can be readily applied towards the learner’s own unique goals.