Mr. Moscol's Biography
Sol Jorge Moscol is a Peruvian-born musician who moved to Boston Massachusetts at a young age. His story with music began at age of 13 when he first picked up a guitar. He proceeded to teach himself how to play by emulating performers such as Carlos Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Nuno Bettencourt, and countless others. By the age of 18 he had played numerous high school and local concerts. Mr. Moscol attended the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he had the honor to study with avant-garde saxophonist Archie Shepp. Returning to Boston, he continued his studies the University of Massachusetts where he held the first guitar chair in the jazz band until graduation. He then went on to earn an M.A. in Music Education from the Boston Conservatory.
Mr. Moscol enjoys sharing his love of music through performance and teaching, and focuses on creating life-long musicians.
Mr. Moscol's Teaching Philosophy
I have a Masters in Music Ed. from the Boston Conservatory and over 10 years of experience teaching guitar and bass. I know you take lessons to make the music you want to make and I believe in gratification as fast as possible. My goal is to help you excel with good technique. If your technique is solid you can play anything. I remain malleable and empathetic to each student's tastes, wants and needs, and teach a wide range of styles and types of music. I want to teach you how to be a life-long music maker. My goal is to guide you to be the musician you want to be and get to the level that you desire.