Company: Success Music Studio
Location: Sudbury, Massachusetts, United States
Geoffrey Keith, owner of Success Music Studio, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in music education.
Mr. Keith is a music teacher and the owner of Success Music Studio, where he teaches voice, songwriting, and a broad range of keyboard and plucked-string instruments to students as young as four years old. Specializing in adaptive instructional techniques for teaching both technique and theory to students with special needs, learning disabilities, and nontraditional learning styles, he has logged more than 6,000 hours of in-person and virtual lesson time since opening Success Music Studio in 2005. Mr. Keith holds a Bachelor of Arts in music from the University of Massachusetts, and has studied under notables including WIlliam Buonocore, Marilyn Roth, Shawn K. Clement, and Sue Ellen Kuzma.
Passionate about music since childhood, Mr. Keith began giving music lessons as a way to “be the teacher that he never had,” and developed an interest in adaptive instruction in the late 1990s after struggling to find teaching methods that would help him connect effectively with a student with learning disabilities. Since then, his lessons have integrated multisensory teaching, color coding, and other strategies to meet the needs of neurodiverse learners. Mr. Keith has been published in American Songwriter Magazine, Musiczine, and The Dyslexic Reader, and has been invited to present at conferences including the Berklee College of Music ABLE Assembly, the International Conference of Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and Neurodevelopment Disorders, and the Lincoln-Sudbury Adult Education Department. He is the former director of the Boston Songwriters Workshop and the FBC Sudbury Kids’ Music Club, and has consulted for the Chicago High School for the Arts, Pacific Northwest Librarians, Action Music and Sound, and the Music Teachers Collaborative. Mr. Keith is the winner of a Success Music Studies Award, a 1997 RFKC Music Award for his song “Great Adventure,” and an award for instrumental work in the 1997 VOCAL Song Contest.
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