Teachers at Amy Conley Music

 

 
To answer your question, no, it is not comfortable to kayak with an excitable dog (this trip lasted five minutes)!

 

  Amy Conley

I am passionate about teaching, playing and creating music!   

Education:   College of the Holy Cross (B.A.English), University of Massachusetts/Lowell (M.Ed.General Education), coursework at Longy School of Music, Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Music Together®, The People's Music Network, Early Childhood Music and Movement Association, The Children's Music Network, Pinewoods Folk Music Camp.   I've also taken private instruction in piano, guitar, banjo, voice.

Instruments:  Ukulele, Guitar, Piano, Banjo, Harmonica, Percussion, Mandolin, Accordion, Kazoo.

Favorite Musical Memories:  Mom's singing and piano playing, learning guitar from Dad, harmony of my uncles and aunts, singing with friends in Glee Club, campfire singalongs, Folk Song Society of Greater Boston potlucks, driving four hours north with my Dad to buy a used Martin guitar, singing lullabies to my three children, music parties, trying to learn American Pie with Michael on car trips, pubs in Ireland, Second Friday Song Circle, Celtic Ceilidh camping & jams with Rakes of the Milford Area, Music Together and The Children's Music Network weekends, Pinewoods music camp jams, Groton's Main Street Cafe Open Mic night, Traditional Music & Dance Camp and many more!

Other Hobbies:  Nature photography, hiking, dogs, writing, blue water kayaking, bicycling, reading, good coffee. 

Professional Activities: Teaching early childhood music/movement classes; running Ukulele Revolution-- my ukulele school in Milford; singing & playing music for Seniors; performing at concerts and parties using music, dance & puppets for children; leading workshops in music/movement or ukulele for teachers; bringing playshops in ukulele to libraries/community centers; coordinating Milford New Hampshire Rise Up Singing group, organizing music workshops for adults and leading Pub Sings.  Long-term projects/goals involve writing & recording songs for families and promoting environmental awareness through music. 

Thank you for visiting my site. May music bring peace and joy into your life!

     
photo Jim "Doc" Dougherty

Born & raised in New York City, Doc's father got him started playing guitar at an early age and formal lessons followed.  Then Doc played lead guitar with his father (a talented musician) for 30 years.  He also played professionally at weddings and events and taught guitar at a local music studio.  Upon retirement and moving to NH, Doc resumed his studies with an extraordinary Jazz Guitarist for several years and started playing professionally once again. Over the years, he's played in Duos, Combos, a Big Band and presently as a Light Jazz Soloist in many area restaurants and local venues.

Currently Appearing at Grill 603, 168 Elm Street, Milford, NH  every other Thursday night from 5 to 8 PM as follows:

 June 28, July 12, July 26, August 9, August 23.