Sweet Music

Sweet Music is a private music studio in Granby, Massachusetts that offers lessons on violin and fiddle, viola, mandolin and guitar.

Website:
http://sweetmusicstudio.net
Sweet Music was founded in 1985 by Adam Sweet.

“Mr. Sweet attended the New England Conservatory of Music’s pilot Suzuki program from 1966 until 1972, and the Conservatory at Rivers from 1972 until 1980.

Sweet attended the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music from 1974 until 1980 where he studied chamber music coaching, and focused on the music of Mozart, Bach, Dvorak, Brahms, Schubert, Borodin and Mendelssohn.  Sweet studied violin with Judith Canon, Mary Parker and Phillip Naegele; viola with Betty Hauck and Robert Merfeld.  He attended mandolin master classes with David Grisman, Sam Bush, Adam Steffey, Mike Marshall; and fiddle master classes with Darol 

Group coaching

Anger, Stephane Grappelli and Vasser Clemens.  In 1996, Sweet spent three weeks in Kilfenora, Ireland, where he played nightly at Linane’s Pub and attended Set Dances with the Kilfenora Ceilidh Band.  He attended a concert and master class by De Dannan with master fiddler Frankie Gavin.  Sweet went to Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts, where he majored in Music.  He studied jazz with Roland Wiggins at UMass, electronic music with Randall McClellan and World Music with David Reck.  His thesis was on music as part of a therapeutic environment.

Mr Sweet graduated with a BA in 1985 and opened his studio in 1986.  Since then, Mr. Sweet has been teaching adults and teenagers how to play the violin, mandolin, guitar and bass.  Mr Sweet performs and therefore teaches celtic music, bluegrass, klezmer and world music.  With a background in chamber music coaching, Sweet coaches a classical mandolin ensemble that performs with Mandolin New England in western Mass and Providence, RI.”

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