In-Home Music Lessons

The Conservatory of Musical Arts now offers conservatory-quality music lessons in your home. For more information call 856.354.1432 or email: office@musiclessonsinsouthjersey.com

Now you or your child can enjoy high quality musical instruction from the comfort of your home! This is an ideal option for families with busy schedules, or for students who simply prefer to learn at home. Students taking in home music lessons can enjoy the same great benefits as students taking lessons at the CMA facility, including participation in recitals! Here are some of the teachers currently giving in home lessons.


In-Home Music Lesson Teachers


Kaytlynn Capasso - Woodwind InstructorKAYTLYNN CAPASSO – Studio & In-Home Instructor
Kaytlynn Capasso is a professional saxophone and woodwind player from Penns Grove, NJ. From the time she began learning how to play, Kaytlynn excelled in the arts throughout her high school career and knew she wanted to pursue music as a career. She continued  her education and received a BA in saxophone performance in just 3 short years from The University of the Arts. Upon graduation, Kaytlynn went on to receive her Master’s Degree from the University of the Arts in Music Education (Master’s of Arts and Teaching). During Kaytlynn’s time at the university, she was an active member in the Rick Kerber Tribute Big Band, the Saxophone and Clarinet Quartets, and played Reed One in the University of the Arts Pit Orchestra.

Kaytlynn is a prominent freelance performer around the area and also has an extensive teaching history. She has been teaching privately since 2014, and has rigorously taught in elementary, middle, and high school settings. Kaytlynn’s main teaching focus is working with K-12 and specials needs students, in both general music and instrumental.

Kaytlynn’s philosophy of music education includes internalization through movement, sound, and creativity. She states that “It is my purpose to not only educate, but provide students with a full understanding of what they are learning. To have knowledge is a beautiful thing, but to understand it completely, is extraordinary.”


Bill Corvino _ Guitar Lessons

BILL CORVINO
(Guitar) – Bill currently performs with Moot Davis, The Kelli Campbell Trio, Bocco Socks, High Noone Express and solo. He teaches guitar as an Adjunct Professor of Music at Mercer County Community College and also at the Conservatory of Musical Arts in Audubon, NJ. Bill graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance – Cum Laude. He has performed and/or recorded in the past with Kenny Vaughan, Paul Evans, The Drifters, The Penguins, The Dovells, Jim Heffernan, George Rabbai, The DTM Project, The Country Majestics and many others. He has performed live for many years throughout the region as well as nationally (NYC, Nashville, LA, Las Vegas, Austin, Houston, Washington DC, etc.) and abroad (U.K., France). He is currently involved in recording sessions for Moot Davis’ upcoming CD on Crow Town Records in Nashville and LA with legendary guitarists Marc Ford and Kenny Vaughan producing.


Kobi DavidsonKOBI DAVIDSON – Studio Instructor
Piano – Classical pianist Kobi Davidson, born in Maine, was largely self taught until joining the studio of pianist Martin Perry in 2010. Shortly after, he had his first recital, at Bowdoin College, featuring the music of Bach, Mozart and Shostakovich. Kobi won first place at the 2013 Portland Rossini Club Competition in Portland, Maine, and has placed in other competitions. From 2013 to 2017 he attended the Marjorie Young Bell Conservatory of Music at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick, Canada, under scholarship. At Mount Allison University he studied piano with Dr. Stephen Runge, Dr. David Rogosin, and Lynn Johnson, and attended a masterclass with the Canadian pianist André Laplante. He currently resides in Philadelphia, where he studies with Susan Starr, a student of Rudolf Serkin and winner of the silver medal at the 1962 Tchaikovsky Competition. Bach, Schubert, Beethoven and Chopin are amongst his most profound musical influences, although he also has a strong interest in the music of the late 19th and early 20th century.

Kobi has been teaching piano since 2013 and has experience with both beginners and advanced musicians. He is committed to helping people of all ages and levels discover the joy of music.


STEVE MARR
(Saxophone & Clarinet) – 
Steve has been teaching in public education for the past 10 years. During this time he has worked with students from kindergarten to the twelfth grade as a band, classroom music, jazz band, orchestra, and choir director. Steve holds a Bachelors degree in Music Performance from the University of the Arts where he also minored in Education. He also attended Rowan University to earn his public teaching certificate.

As a performer Steve has played the saxophone and clarinet in many local bands where he has played prestigious events such as the inauguration of President George W. Bush, the R&B Foundation Awards VIP Party, the Wedding of Tiny Fey, private parties for vice president Joe Biden and many others. Steve has also performed and recorded with Luciano Pavarotti, Boys II Men, Kurt Elling, and can be heard on the soundtrack to the movie “Robots.”

Currently Steve teaches Band at Beck Middle School in Cherry Hill, NJ and is looking forward to working with the students at the Conservatory of Musical Arts.


Greg Snyder - Guitar LessonsGREG SNYDER
(Guitar) – Born and raised in Allentown, Pa, Greg Snyder realized his strong interest in music, as a result of his exposure to his father’s guitar playing. He began studying classical guitars. After six years of classical training from Ted Williams and three years of Blues/Jazz training from Gus Schnabel, Greg made his move to Philadelphia to study Jazz Performance at Temple University. Studying under Tom Giacabetti and Terell Stafford, Greg quickly became a premier guitarist, in the Philadelphia area. He had the privilege of performing in master classes with Clark Terry, Antonio Hart, Conrad Herwig, Jimmy Heath, Steve Davis, and many others. He has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Kimmel Center, the Midwest Jazz Clinic, the July 4th Welcome America Festival in Philadelphia, Musikfest, Mayfair, Believe Fest, the Lincoln Center, the Rainbow Room, the Liacourus Center, the Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society, The Allentown Symphony Hall, and many other local hotels, restaurants, bars, and music festivals in Philadelphia and the outlying regions. Greg has also played in many local musicals and has worked with other local musicians such as: The Slicked Up Nines, Patrick Hughes, Justin Leigh, Justin Carney, Chris Beck, Yoichi Uzecki, Wally Bechtold, Tyrone Fredericks, Ken Pedergast, Josh Orlando, Jake Maunch, Alison Paige and many others. After graduating from Temple University with a jazz performance degree, Greg joined the faculty at the Conservatory of Musical Arts in Haddonfield, NJ. He has also joined the faculty at; Paul VI Catholic High School in Haddonfield, NJ, Bishop Shanahan Catholic High School in Downingtown, PA, and Bucks County Piano in Levittown, PA. Greg is also signed under BRP Entertainment in Harrisburg, Pa where he performs weddings, cocktail hours, corporate events, etc.