Guitar & Ukulele
"While Adam is thoroughly invested in the art of teaching and seeing his students grow musically, he also believes that learning an instrument should be a fun and exciting process!"
About The Teacher
Guitarist Adam Moezinia is a native of Los Angeles, where he studied at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) under the mentorship of Jason Goldman, Walter Smith III, and Kenny Dennis. In 2010, he moved to New York City to study at The Juilliard School. Since then, he’s worked with many greats such as Freddy Cole, Mike LeDonne, Cecile Mclorin Salvant, George Coleman and Kenny Washington at venues like Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Blue Note, Birdland, Smoke, Scullers and Bird’s Basement.
Adam has taught guitar/music for over 15 years. He has consistently taught private lessons since the age of 13 as well as being involved in different teaching programs across the country with organizations like The Herbie Hancock Institute (Formerly the Thelonious Monk Institute), NJPAC, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School and as many others. This continues to be a passion of his in addition to performing.
The Juilliard School – Bachelor in Jazz Studies – 2014
Adam has also been performing regularly with his band the “Folk Element” trio since 2017. The trio is rooted in the jazz tradition but is influenced by folk music from all over the world including West Africa, South Africa, the Caribbean, the UK and Appalachia. As of April 2021, they officially released their debut album “Folk Element Trio” available on all major platforms! Moving forward, they will continue to explore the unique relationship between jazz and folk music, sharing those discoveries with audiences across the globe.