Elliott Moberly-LaChance has been playing guitar since the age of 3, with training and experience in both the Classical and Jazz fields. He was initially taught in the Suzuki method by David Madsen. In high school, Elliott was exposed to Jazz at The Artists’ Collective, studying under Rene McLean, son of founder and alto saxophonist Jackie McLean. It was at this time that he also took lessons with Doug Maher. Elliott currently attends Western Connecticut State University earning a Bachelor’s of Music in Jazz Studies. He takes private lessons there with Christopher Morrison and has worked in ensembles with various instructors including Andrew Beals and Dr. Jimmy Greene. Recently, Elliott has taken leadership of WCSU’s Jazz Club and has started gigging in the Connecticut area with his own quartet.
Do you want to jam with your friends? Maybe just rock out for fun? Learn to play pop, jazz, or classical music! Perhaps you'd like to play guitar as a stress reliever or for physical therapy? Learn the fundamentals of playing guitar, from keeping a basic, steady tempo, to playing the lead guitar through chord changes of a jazz ensemble. Maybe you always wanted to learn to play guitar but never had the time. Learning to play an instrument will develop problem solving skills, discipline, and self expression.