Adam Stoler | Lessonface

Adam Stoler

Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Blues Guitar, Fingerstyle Guitar, Rock Guitar, Jazz Guitar, Lead Guitar, Mandolin, Improvisation, Music Theory, Pro Tools
Featured Teacher on Lessonface Since November 2017
Adam Stoler performing with the Richard Bona Group at the Jarasum International Jazz Festival in South Korea.

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About

Not just another sideman, Adam continues to break barriers through his own work as a performer, guitarist, producer, and his continued cross-genre artistry and collaborations with top artists around the world.

Recruited by Grammy Award winner Richard Bona at age 23, Adam Stoler has since established himself as a highly sought after guitarist, composer/arranger, producer, educator, and music collaborator whose stylistic flexibility and enthusiasm speaks for itself.

In addition to traveling to far reaches of the globe as the guitarist in the Richard Bona Group, Adam has toured and/or recorded with Pop/Singer-songwriter Matt WhiteKeiko Matsui, one of the best selling female jazz artists in the world, and the Grammy nominated R&B group Les Nubians. His playing has been featured on countless radio and television broadcasts around the world including NBC's America's Got TalentGood Morning America, Voice of AmericaNPRRadio France, the CBS Early Morning Show, and on commercials for companies including Macy's, Avon, Toyota, and Wachovia. Adam performed in the pit orchestra and on-stage in the 2014 4x Tony Award nominated Broadway musical "The Bridges of Madison County”, and currently subs in the Tony Award winning “Come From Away".  He is also featured in Italian cabaret songstress Giada Valenti's television special "From Venice With Love" which has aired over 1500 times on dozens of PBS stations since 2015 and will continue along side a US tour in 2016-2017. In addition to all his collaborations, Adam continues to pursue his own song writing and performing as a solo artist.

Adam focuses on applying good technique to practical situations ensuring his students can appreciate the immediate and real-world applications of each lesson. He particularly likes to work on students' sense of rhythm which he believes impacts all other aspects of playing. In addition to scales and chords, Adam likes to focus on the many ways notes can me articulated, adding a human touch to all the theory.

Below you will find the chart with the sample blues licks as demonstrated in the Blues Guitar Workshop with Adam Sign up and immediately watch the entire workshop from this page: https://lessonface.com/apply/blues-guitar-workshop

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