Brooklyn Music Workshop - Park Slope

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Tel: 347-903-9271

Brooklyn Music Workshop - Gowanus

Just 3 blocks from Gowanus Whole Foods with easy access to the F, G and R trains.

Just 3 blocks from Grand Army plaza.

227 St Marks Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

175 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Josh Lattanzi, multi-instrumentalist for Norah Jones and many others graduated Berklee College of Music in 1995. He has been playing professionally and teaching privately since then. He appears on albums by James Taylor and The Lemonheads to name a few and has performed live with everyone from Brian Wilson to Miley Cyrus.

As a composer, his instrumental work has been featured on HBO's Vice and The Travel Channels Expedition Unknown to name just a few. He lives in the BoCoCa neighborhood with his wife and three year old son

Josh Lattanzi

Dan is a guitar and pedal steel teacher/performer from Brooklyn, NY. He has been teaching for over 15 years. Born into a family of guitar players and teachers, Dan’s love of music started at an early age. As a performer, Dan has traveled all over the world and studied many different musical styles and cultures. As a composer for television and commercials, he has extensive composition experience. Whether it is your first time picking up the instrument or it is sitting in the corner collecting dust, Dan can teach you ways to play more like you. To those that have been playing for a while, Dan has techniques, concepts, visualizations, and listening suggestions to revitalize your playing.  

Dan Iead

Dave Sherman

Dave a.k.a. “Moose” is a classically and jazz trained piano, organ and synthesizer player, performer and songwriter. He is currently a touring member of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and plays regularly with Elle King, Valerie June, Nicole Atkins and Patty Smyth and Scandal. He has also performed or recorded with Ann Wilson, Norah Jones, Brian Wilson, Donald Fagen, Bozz Scaggs, Spooner Oldham, David Hood and many others. He is excited to teach what he has learned from these masters and his mentors.