Isaac Richardson is a pianist and composer with a B.M. from Berklee College of Music. At an early age, Isaac started learning classical piano, but quickly got interested in composing and playing in other genres including blues, jazz, r&b, and world music. He got to explore and grow musically at Berklee, where he studied Film Scoring and Composition. For the past 10 years he has been composing for films and teaching piano lessons. Whether you’re a beginner or more advanced, looking to learn classical, pop, rock, blues, or jazz, he’s your guy! Isaac tailors his lessons to each student, their level of experience, and what they’re interested in. He makes his lessons fun and challenging to help students improve while also keeping them inspired and enthusiastic. He also teaches composition, theory, and improvisation. Isaac teaches at Downtown Sounds on Mondays.