learning has never been more fun

First Street Music and Sound’s music teachers are certified in their fields. Each teacher is knowledgeable and equipped to guide you on your musical journey with a customized lesson plan and real-life experience. Easy and affordable lessons are available for private one-on-one lessons and also group lessons. Instruments offered are Piano, Autoharp, Guitar, Lap Steel, Dobro, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo, Vocals, Percussion, Violin, Viola, Cello, Trumpet, Trombone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Oboe, Flute and others are available upon request.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW LONG ARE THE SESSIONS?

Lessons are in 30 minute increments once per week.

DO I NEED TO BRING AN INSTRUMENT?

All students need to bring their instrument except pianists and percussionists. Music stands, amplifiers, and microphones are provided.

WHAT AGES DO YOU TEACH?

Dependent upon the instrument, we have lessons available for students as young as 4 years old to 104.

HOW DO I REGISTER

Come into First Street Music and Sound and choose your lesson time. Fill out the registration form, pay the registration and lesson fees – then get ready to have FUN!

Address is 950 SW Main Blvd, Lake City, FL 32025 or call us at 386-755-2060 for more information.

First Street Music and Sound Company Music Lessons

our fabulous instructors

Ginger Norris
Piano, Voice

Mrs. Norris holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of North Florida.She began performing at the age of 4 by singing “Jesus Loves Me” in Hawaiian and has been performing professionally since the age of 15. Ginger has been a music educator for 20 years.She currently teaches at Fort White Elementary and teaches private voice and piano at 1st Street Music & Sound.

Lynne Hutchings
Piano

Mrs. Hutchings studied music at Brigham Young University and took private lessons for 11 years. She has been teaching private lessons over 45 years. She has accompanied many choirs and vocal groups and is currently the organist at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Branford ward and Lake City stake. In addition to her husband of 42 years, 5 children and 21 grandchildren, she has walked the great wall of China, viewed Hong Kong from Victoria’s Peak, witnessed the changing of the guard in London, shopped a Christmas village in Germany & eaten Peking duck in Beijing and is currently teaching piano at 1st Street Music & Sound.

Rick Randlett
Guitar, Banjo, Dobro

Mr. Randlett holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Keene State College and completed his graduate work in Theory & Composition at the University of Massachusetts. He has been a professional musician since the 70’s and has been teaching over 45 years.He has released 5 cds that get airplay all over the world with 3 of those reaching the top 10 on the Blues music charts.Rick currently plays professionally and teaches private lessons at 1st Street Music & Sound.

Teri Cameron
Piano, Voice

Ms. Cameron studied at the University of Miami where she attained a Bachelor of Music, Vocal Performance & Music Education degree.She has been a music educator over 33 years with the Hillsborough and Columbia County School districts.She is currently the Elementary Music Specialist at Eastside Elementary as well as teaching private piano & voice at 1st Street Music & Sound.

Bert Mingea

Bert Mingea
Guitar

Mr. Mingea holds a bachelor degree in Jazz Performance from the University of North Florida.He has studied under Greg Baril (Artimus Pyle Band) and Barry Greene (UNF) and was mentored by Lynyrd Skynyrd and Allman Brothers Band Alumni.He began his professional career with the Jim Essery Band at the age of 17 and has not stopped.He has played with many bands in the North Florida area over the past years and currently plays with The Jamie Davis Band, Homegrown and Mama Blue on a regular basis.He has been teaching guitar for 11 years and currently teaches at 1st Street Music & Sound.He loves all styles of music that can be played on guitar……which is pretty much all of them!

Angel Rogers

Angel Rogers
Strings

Angel grew up in a musical family in Charlotte, NC- regularly singing solo as well as with her father and brother as early as age three. At age 6, she began learning violin and maintained first or second chair all the way through school. She played with the Charlotte Jr Youth and Youth Symphonies, Charlotte- Mecklenburg Honors Orchestra, NC Western Regional Honors Orchestra and others. In high school she took on viola and cello, as well as singing with her school choir, gospel choir and performing in several musical productions throughout high school. She moved to Lake City in 1998 and was a member of the LCCC choir, college consort, jazz band and was featured as the Fiddler in the 1999 production of “Fiddler On The Roof.” She has taught violin, viola, cello and voice privately for 15 years and was an adjunct instructor at Shining Star Academy of the Arts from 2012-2014. She has won and judged multiple talent competitions and continues to teach and sing in her spare time.