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Ukulele Lesson Openings in Marysville, OH

Select an open schedule with one of our talented teachers below!

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Instructors:

Hannah White

Hannah White

Music Therapist, Board-Certified (MT-BC) | B.M. Music Therapy, Ohio University | Voice, beginner piano, guitar, French horn, beginner ukulele, beginner trumpet, beginner percussion/drums instructor | Memory care sessions and music therapist

Hannah is a recent graduate from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Music in Music Therapy.

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She had many rewarding opportunities during her time at OU including playing French horn for the Wind Symphony and Orchestra, therapy practicum experiences with a variety of ages and diagnoses, and serving on the executive board for both a music fraternity and the American Music Therapy Association for students.

She completed her music therapy internship at Bridgeway Academy in Columbus, working with students ages 2-21 with autism and developmental disabilites. During her time in internship, Hannah developed a passion for working with kids and strives to provide a supportive and inclusive environment in all of her sessions.

Hannah received her Music Therapy Board Certification (MT-BC) in 2024 and is able to offer music therapy sessions. She is excited to start her professional journey at Red School of Music teaching lessons and providing music therapy sessions!

Take lessons with Ms. Hannah!

Note: Available slots listed are for music lessons. Please call us at (937) 828-4733 for information about Music Therapy to set up a free consultation with Hannah!

Dylan Koski

Dylan Koski

B.M. Guitar Performance, Musicians Institute | Graduate of The Recording Workshop | Guitar (acoustic, electric and bass), ukulele, piano and beginner drums instructor

Dylan Koski is from Marysville, Ohio and is a graduate of Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA...

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...with a degree in Guitar Performance. In addition, Dylan is also a graduate of The Recording Workshop in Chillicothe, Ohio.

Dylan has been playing guitar for 12 years and has studied styles including Rock, Blues and Jazz. Over the past 4 years, Dylan has performed and venues and festivals from coast to coast. Dylan has been fortunate to study and share a stage with some of the best guitar players including Robben Ford, Jeff McErlain, Matt Schofield and Artur Menezes.

Dylan recently released an EP of original material and is working on new material for future projects. Dylan is an endorsed artist with Ernie Ball Guitars and Magnatone amps.

Take lessons with Mr. Dylan!
Alexa Clint

Alexa Clint

B.M. Vocal Performance, Sunderman Conservatory, Gettysburg College | M.M. Classical Voice, Manhattan School of Music | Theater and Acting Faculty and Faculty Adviser for Panther Players, Ohio Dominican University | Acting, voice, choreo, musical theater style, beginner piano, beginner ukulele instructor

Alexa Clint is a Columbus, Ohio-based performer and arts educator...

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Alexa Clint is a Columbus, Ohio-based performer and arts educator. She received her Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the Sunderman Conservatory at Gettysburg College and her Masters’ in Classical Voice from the Manhattan School of Music. She is currently on faculty at Ohio Dominican University, teaching Theatre and Acting, and serving as the faculty advisor for the student theatre group, the Panther Players. She has been a teaching artist with Actors’ Theatre of Columbus, Columbus Children’s Theatre, Discover Opera! (Manhattan School of Music), and the Gettysburg Sings! Children’s Theatre Program, and interned with the Summer Shakespeare Program (McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ). Prior to moving to Columbus, Alexa was the Associate Director of Youth Programs at Steps on Broadway dance studio in New York, NY. She is passionate about the role arts education has in the social-emotional development of children and young adults and seeks to make the arts more accessible and engaging for young people of all backgrounds.

During her time at Gettysburg College, Clint co-founded a student-run opera ensemble, raised $10,000 for future student opera projects, and directed the ensemble’s first production of Dido and Aeneas. She was an active participant in campus productions with both the music and theatre departments. Alexa was the first vocalist to win the Sunderman Conservatory Concerto Competition, singing arias from Carlisle Floyd’s Susannah, and was a nominee for the Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for her portrayal of Mrs. Gibbs in Our Town. While at MSM, Clint was the teaching assistant for undergraduate and graduate Movement for Singers and Advanced Movement for Singers classes. She has choreographed for City Lyric Opera (New York, NY), McCarter Theatre’s Summer Shakespeare, Music! Gettysburg, Manhattan School of Music Senior Opera Theatre, and Discover Opera!. 

An active musical theatre performer, some of Alexa’s favorite credits include Ghost Quartet (Quartet, Available Light Theatre), Disney’s Newsies! (Katherine, CCT), Something Rotten! (Bea, Gallery Players), A Tale of Two Cities (Lucie Manette, Actors’ Theatre of Columbus), Everybody (Usher/God/Understanding, AVLT), On the Twentieth Century (Lily, Village Light Opera Group), and Ordinary Days (Claire). She has performed internationally in the Trentino Music Festival (Pamina, Die Zauberflote) and the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival (Kate, Pirates of Penzance and Fleta, Iolanthe). In her spare time, she enjoys reading and cooking with her fiancé and taking walks in Schiller Park. 

Take lessons with Ms. Alexa!
Nick Harwas

Nick Harwas

Artist in Residence, Red School of Music Bellefontaine | B.M. Music Education, Baldwin Wallace University | Cello, viola, violin, piano, voice, guitar and ukulele instructor

Nick is a recent graduate of Baldwin Wallace University, with a Bachelor in Music Education…

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…where he gained rich musical experiences in collegiate choirs, orchestras, small ensembles, and private lessons.

Originally from Buffalo, New York, Nick got his start performing in school musicals and playing cello in orchestras. He was a student of Regina Mushabac (cello) and Susan Wallin (voice).

He is a cellist, violinist, vocalist, and pianist, and has a background in many styles, including classical, musical theatre, fiddle, and pop. Nick is very passionate about sharing his musical interests and helping students to find their own musical path and reach their fullest potential!

Take lessons with Mr. Nick!