Bryan Reichert headshot

Lecturer in Guitar
M.M., Cleveland Institute of Music

Bryan Reichert

Bryan Reichert headshotLecturer of Guitar

M.M. in guitar performance, Cleveland Institute of Music
B.M. in guitar performance, Baldwin Wallace University

Bryan Reichert is lecturer of guitar in the department of strings studies and private lessons instructor in the Community Arts School. Reichert received his Master of Music in guitar performance from Cleveland Institute of Music, where he studied with Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux. He earned his Bachelor of Music in guitar performance from Baldwin Wallace, where he studied with Jorge Amaral and Loris Chobanian.

Reichert works in several capacities at the Conservatory of Music. He serves as studio guitar teacher for BW’s guitar program, instructor of both beginning and intermediate guitar classes, and instructor of guitar, mandolin, banjo and electric bass through the Community Arts School, where he has taught for six years. Reichert is an active performing artist and regularly performs in diverse venues across Northeast Ohio. In addition to teaching and performing, Bryan previously served for three years as the director of operations for the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society, a local non-profit organization offering both educational and concert programming.