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We pride ourselves on our quality teachers. Our teachers have mixed education with master degrees, phd’s, impressive resumes and over 40 years of experience. We have specialized teachers for almost any instrument and specific type of music you desire. Our prices are good and our hours are flexible. We have recently renovated our music studios making them sound proof and including central A/C & heat. In business for over 30 years (formerly Sine's music studio) you can feel comfortable learning from experts that truly care because we don't sell instruments or books, just quality music instruction, history, theory, composition & songwriting lessons. Some of the lessons we teach are: Voice, Violin, Viola, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Classic Guitar, Jazz Guitar, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Saxophone, Fluegelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet, Piano, Banjo, and Mandolin. Call Off Broad Street Music Studio at 215-536-0204 or email at dmartin1954@comcast.net 

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Robin Hoehn
Experiences: toured with "America's Youth in Cooncert"; District, regional, state orchestra. Principal violist: Susquehanna University Chamber Orchestra. Student teaching teaching experience: Temple University. Will teach all styles, including jazz and bluegrass. Also, have performed in various pit orchestras for opera workshops, sacred choral works(i.e., "Handel's Messiah","The Magic Flute", etc.)Am willing to assist in the study of music theory and composition, as well as partnering with various area music therapists, and local school districts in further instruction if interested.
Adam James Frei
Punk rock Bluegrass!!! Sounds crazy doesn’t it. If you are interested in finger picking and learning how to teach yourself not only how to play, but to write your own original music than look no further. Adam teaches that you do not have to follow the rules. If you want to express yourself through music there are no rules! Adam began playing 5-string banjo at the young age of 8 and has since taught himself guitar, mandolin, dobro, lap steel, pedal steel, and harmonica. His goal as a teacher is to show how it can be done in your own way. His styles range from folk, singer/songwriter acoustic, blues and bluegrass to punk rock, slide guitar, classic rock and metal. He formed the local folk/bluegrass/punk band The Derelict Franchise who can be seen playing all over Bucks County. There music is played on WXPN and they were recently featured in a newspaper article in The Morning Call. Adam also owns a home recording studio where he has done recording mixing and mastering for several local bands and singer/songwriters.
David A. Tokar, Ph.D
David A. Tokar, Ph.D. has been active as a professional musician in the Philadelphia area since 1980. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Classical guitar performance from Temple University and a Ph.D. in musicology from Rutgers University. He has studied with jazz guitar legend Pat Martino as well as Classical guitarists Allen Krantz and Robert Trent, in addition to performing in masterclasses with Christopher Parkening, David Russell, Oscar Ghiglia, and Michael Lorimer. While David specializes in Classical and jazz guitar styles, he is comfortable teaching virtually any style of music, including rock, pop, rhythm and blues, folk, and country. He has performed both as a solo artist and with many ensembles, including rock, jazz, blues, and country and western bands. In 2008, David performed to great acclaim with soprano Marie Tavianini at the Inaugural Concert for Richard Brosnan, the current president of Delaware Valley College. That same year, he formed the Riley-Tokar Duo with flutist Pamela Riley. The Duo performed a faculty recital at Rutgers University, New Brunswick in March of 2009. David has maintained a private studio since 1980, teaching not only guitar but also electric bass, music theory, aural theory, songwriting, and composition. He currently teaches guitar at the Mason Gross Extension Division at Rutgers University as well as art history, music history, and public speaking at Delaware Valley College.
Rob Hagopian

Rob Hagopian (Bass, Percussion), a native of Detroit, re-located to Chicago in 1990 where he became a fixture on the blues and jazz scene, performing with such acts as acoustic soul guitarist and New York Times emerging artist Nick Barron, blues harmonica legend Billy Branch, and blues guitarist Vince Agwada of the Sugar Blue Band. While in Chicago he studied with bassist Darryl Jones ( Sting,Miles Davis, Rolling Stones) and Rob Amster (Kurt Elling) and recorded with a variety of artists ranging from industrial music innovator En Esch ( TVT Records)  to  Flamenco guitarist Carlos Villalobos's La Esperanza ( Virgin/ Higher Octave Records). Most recently, he moved to Philadelphia in 2000 and is very active on the Latin music scene performing and recording with such artists as pianist/ percussionist Orlando Fiol, Cuban born pianist Elio Villafranca, Grammy winners Dave Valentin and Oscar Hernandez,  Johnny Pacheco and Pupi Lagarretta of the Fania All-Stars, Flamenco Guitarist Cristian Puig, Alo Brasil, Latin Fiesta, The Jackson Symphony Orchestra of Tennessee, Tulsa Symphony Orchestra of Oklahoma and the AMLA Latin Orchestra led by Elio Villafranca 

Bobby Livingood
Brass instruction on Trumpet, Trombone(Baritone Horn), French Horn &Tuba (teacher formerly with Billy Joel,  Simon & Garfunkel,  Liza Minnelli,  John Lennon and the like) 
Janet Kidd

Education      Instruction

2 Years piano lessons     Children’s Choir Youth Group, 1 Yr

1 Year college – piano lessons    11 Piano Students; 6 Organ students, 5 Yrs 


Church Pianist and Organist –  30 years (various churches)

Choir & Weddings 

Because we were a military family since 1985, we moved every 3 to 4 years, which meant a new church family.  Most of the time, I served as church pianist or organ player.   

High School

Played saxophone in band, sang in chorus, and at church

Played piano before going to college 

Prefer beginners & intermediate students

Saturdays, Monday & Friday nights available at studio 

James A. Reichard

    2009: joined the “Main Street Cruisers” band where I play keyboard and sing. We play fifties music. Our current lead singer is presently a member of Bill Haleys Comets. We are playing a lot of local venues including: Coca Cola park (before and after an Iron Pigs game), Music Fest, State Theatre in Easton, Das Awk Fescht and lots more.


    1998 to present: did organ sub work on occasion. I also have written and performed songs for my wife and my kids including a song for my daughter which she used as an accompaniment for her Ice skating competitions


1993 to 1998: Organist choir/director @ Eastern Salisbury Lutheran church

    duties included playing at all services, choosing hymns and anthems for all services, directing choir rehearsals and performances,  writing and arranging some music for the choir. Also played at all weddings that were held at the church.


    1991 to 1993: Organist @ Eastern Salisbury Lutheran church. Duties            included playing church services, accompanying choir director at all rehearsals.


    1981 to 1985- played saxophone, piano, synthesizer, organ and vocals in various different local rock bands


    1980 fall- attended University of Miami as a Saxophone major in performance


    1978 fall to 1980 spring- attended Mansfeild state college and was a double major (saxophone and Piano) in performance. In my Sophomore year I performed a joint piano recital with another piano major where I performed the following pieces: Chopin “Polonaise in A flat opus 56”, Gershwins “Preludes”, A piece by Scriabin and “Variations on  theme by Haydn” for two Pianos. I also played in various different Jazz bands.


    1977 to 1978- organist @ Eastern Salisbury Lutheran church. I was also in a wedding band made up of my high school friends of  which I wrote and arranged music for. I graduated Emmaus High school in the spring of 1978. I was also heavily involved in the high school jazz band and choir.

    1967 to 1978- took private piano lessons

Off Broad Street Music Studio

334 West Broad Street

Quakertown, PA 18951