Brandon Seyferth is a singer/songwriter who has been teaching guitar, musical composition, songwriting, bass guitar, and lyric writing for the better part of a decade. He has written songs, performed, and recorded with such notable names as Jackson Browne, Victor DeLorenzo (Violent Femmes), Eric McFadden (dubbed "modern day Jimmy Hendrix" by Guitar Player Magazine), and Geri X ("Best of Indie," Rolling Stone Magazine, Bulgaria). He has also composed music for the silent film "Restoration," which has recently been selected by the International Film Festival of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles and continues to be accepted by film festivals nationwide. At the Old Town School of Folk Music and the Glencoe School of Music, Brandon has taught many successful workshops, such as "How to Figure Out Songs by Ear," "All About the Right Hand" and "Songwriting," with special guest, Pat MacDonald (Grammy nominee for best new artist in 1987, and songwriter for groups as eclectic as The Police, Peter Frampton and Cher). He is an easy going and experienced teacher who tailors his lessons to the interests and goals of his students, stressing good technique and fundamentals, to assist them in growing as quickly as their practicing habits allow.