GH Music School
Engaging lessons in guitar, drums, bass, keyboard and piano in Melbourne
In addition to being the premier online music instrument store in Australia, we also provide tuition in a variety of instruments for students of all ages. The GH Music School in Melbourne is famous for its highly experienced and professional music teachers and offers:
- Guitar lessons
- Drum lessons
- Bass guitar lessons
- Keyboard lessons
- Piano lessons
The GH Music School only offers the 'best in the business' with the biographies below reading like a 'who's who' of the Australian music scene.
Give us a call if you're interested in learning an instrument or would simply like to chat to someone about the possibilities of what your musical future may hold. Operating hours are weekdays from 4:00pm till 9:00pm and you can contact Lisa on 9376 0404.
Adrian DeLuca - Drums/Keyboard Lessons in Melbourne
Adrian’s professional career began by writing television jingles, which have been aired on every major television station throughout Australia.
After graduating from the Victorian college of the Arts, specialising in composition, he debuted his opera, Seed, followed by a sell-out season throughout Australia. Adrian has had his orchestral music performed live numerous times, including concerts at the ABC Studios, Iwaki Auditorium and the Victorian State Theatre. Adrian has also toured Europe extensively, including a 1999-2000 New Year’s Eve performance in Madrid. Recent works were performed under the baton of such conductors as Richard Gill, Mark Summerbell and Dr David Kram.
Adrian is currently employed as an arranger for Freemantle Media and his work can be heard on such shows as Australia’s Got Talent. He is also the head of drums and percussion at Emmaus College in Victoria. GH Music is lucky to have him deliver engaging drum and keyboard lessons for students in Melbourne.
Joe Imbroll - Bass/Guitar Lessons in Melbourne
Hi, my name is Jo Imbroll I have been playing bass and guitar for more than 35 years and am still currently active in all facets of the music industry; playing live, recording and tutoring. I have been teaching bass and guitar for over 20 years.
My approach to teaching is focused on all aspects of music, including theory, reading and improvisation, supplying a solid grounding from which the student can then develop into their own style. My influences are derived from great players in varied styles of music. If it is GOOD, I LIKE IT
Some of the bands that I have played and recorded with are: John Farnham, Ian Moss, Normie Rowe, Max Merritt, Brian Cadd ,Russell Morris, Andy Cowan, Broderick Smith, Paul Norton, Wendy & The Rockets, Stockley See Mason Band, Lulu, Colleen Hewitt, Shane Howard, Goanna, Chantoozies, Jim Keays, Gerry & The Pacemakers, Renee Geyer, Vanessa Amorosi, Swanee, Ross Wilson.
Whilst playing in these bands I have had the opportunity to do supports on Australian tours with: Tina Turner, Billy Joel, Melissa Etheridge, Status Quo.
Sandro Oro - Drum Lessons in Melbourne
Sandro has been studying the art of Drumming for over 40 years and continues to study drumming to this day.
He has had over 25 years teaching experience and over 30 years playing experience in the music industry and has toured extensively and is still active to this day. He has performed with many artists including The Drifters, The Chantoozies, Colleen Hewitt Alyce Platt, Angry Anderson, Wilbur Wilde among many others!Sandro has a real passion for teaching and for playing the drums.
Alex Crosara - Guitar Lessons in Melbourne
Alex began playing guitar at 12 years of age, taking formal lessons at the GH music academy with teacher Joey Amenta.
He continued his passion for learning guitar throughout high school/VCE and is currently studying a Bachelor of Music Performance at Northern Melbourne Institute of Technology (NMIT) As well as studying music, Alex has toured interstate and internationally and continues gigging and recording with Australia’s up and coming musicians on a weekly basis. Alex is familiar with and enjoys teaching a plethora of genres from rock to pop, jazz to blues, and everything in between.
Having been inspired by many of his teachers, Alex strives to keep the lessons fun and interesting whilst getting the most out of his students.