"I'd always felt that the bass thing was really it..."
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Meet the Instructor: Aram Bedrosian
Born and raised in Burlington, Aram graduated from BHS, UVM and has established himself as a world class bassist and instructor. Well known locally and worldwide, he's appeared in Bass Player Magazine, has numerous international endorsements and has 23k youtube followers. His lessons are for all ages and levels with a strong focus on the goals, personality and learning style of the student. Beginners are absolutely welcome, as are very experienced students. Topics range from introductory scales and songs, to advanced technique and soloing and much more... He is also the resident bass guitar instructor at Johnson State College and has taken part in and directed numerous music camps for Burlington Parks & Rec.
"Aram was my first bass teacher and his contagious enthusiasm got me hooked on playing the bass right away."
-Luke Hausermann (26. Burlington)
"The range of Aram’s knowledge surprises and inspires me at every lesson! From technique, to performance, to theory, style interpretation or composition, he has answers to every question that I have. He provides context and perspective that gives his suggestions meaning in multiple ways."
"I started taking lessons from Aram as someone who had played bass for a little while but had never learned the fundamentals. Aram helped me with basic music theory as well as more advanced bass techniques. Whether you're a beginner, an experienced bass player, or just looking to hang out with a bass wizard, definitely hit up Aram!"
"I started off as a simple beginner, but with Aram's help, I'm on my way to mastering slap bass, scales, and everything in between."
"Being able to walk into a lesson and work on anything from technique, sight reading to slapping and any new tune happen to bring in is great! Aram structures lessons around how you would like to grow as a musician and gives you the tools to make it happen. My playing has advanced in ways I never thought it would since starting my lessons. Being able to study with somebody with such a deep musical understanding has been an amazing privilege."
-Griffin Connell (18. Fairfax)
-Seth Evans-Diffenderfer (19. South Burlington)
-Susan Romanoff (43. Shelburne)
-Justin Burgess (21. Johnson State College)