Music education has been a central theme since our inception.
Whether in classes or private lessons, our teachers make a real difference!
Our staff of over 45 teachers has been the focal point of our development as a leading music center in south Dayton. From pianists and guitarists with advanced degrees in music, to some of the area’s leading professional orchestral and symphonic musicians, as well as professional performing and recording artists in a variety of genres and music therapy, our staff is simply the best around. Get to know our teachers through their biographies on the right.
Get to know our teachers through their biographies on the right.
To schedule lessons, fill out our online lesson referral form, or call us at (937) 435-2900, or and we’ll connect you with the teacher whose musical skills, teaching philosophy and personality match what you are looking for.
For special class offerings, including beginning guitar classes, classical guitar ensembles and Music Together™ for very young children, click here.
High-quality rental instruments are available through McCutcheon Music’s budget-friendly rent-to-own program.
We are pleased to welcome Brett Greenwood to our voice teaching staff and Jon Rahilly to our percussion teaching staff!
Brett is from Kettering, where he attended Kettering Fairmont High school. He studied voice at both Ohio University in Athens and Wright State for 4 years collectively. He was a professional singer/actor for 12 years and has directed/music directed/conducted shows throughout the area. Brett has maintained a private studio in the Centerville area since 2003.
Jon received a Bachelor’s degree in Music Performance at Elon University and a Masters in Percussion Performance at The University of Oklahoma. He moved back to Ohio in 2008. Since then he has taught at Springboro High School and Junior High School, as well as performed with the Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra. He performs with several groups in the Dayton area along with teaching private lessons. Jon has experience with orchestral performance, marching ensembles, musicals, drum set, mallets, and hand drums. He is open to teaching all levels of interest and experience.