Reid Riddiough — guitar • Ukulele • piano

In New York City

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Areas of Work: Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn

Ages Taught: All ages

Styles: Jazz, Rock, Pop, Classical

Levels Taught:

Guitar:  Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Ukulele:  Beginner, Intermediate 

Piano:  Beginner, Intermediate 

 

Reid’s love of music began at the age of eight when he began studying the piano in Phoenix, AZ. He quickly became fascinated by composers such as J.S. Bach and Frederick Chopin, as well as Ray Charles and Bill Evans. By the age of twelve, he began studying guitar in addition to piano and began growing very interested in blues, rock, and metal music. From there, he began focusing on guitar as his primary instrument. 

Reid was introduced to jazz at the age of fifteen when he began attending weekly jam sessions at The Nash, Phoenix's premier jazz venue. This led him to begin performing professionally in the Phoenix area on a regular basis during high school. From there, he was admitted to the Arizona State University Jazz Studies Department, where he studied with Jeff Libman, Michael Kocour, and Lewis Nash and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Jazz Performance in May 2017. 

While living in Phoenix, Reid became an integral part of the Phoenix jazz community, performing regularly at venues such as The Nash, Sacred Grounds, and the Lost Leaf. Having relocated to Queens in August 2018, he is quickly establishing himself as a musician, composer, and educator in the New York City area. In his experience as a professional musician, he has performed with George Colligan, Will Goble, Eric Rasmussen, Dom Moio, Dennis Rowland, Lenny Roberts and others. Additionally, he has performed in school ensembles with Cyrille Aimée, Miguel Zenón, George Garzone, Marshall Gilkes, Andy Martin, Wayne Bergeron, John Hollenbeck, Darcy James Argue, and Ben Wendel as guest performers. 


Enjoy taking music lessons from a highly qualified instructor in the comfort of your home. 

Give us a call at 646-791-6642!