Drums | Bass | Guitar | PIanoPierce Maheu
Schedule: Fri – Sat
Pierce Maheu has an extensive background in jazz, rock, and classical music. A 2018 graduate of College of Charleston, Pierce spent 7 years in the band programs at Cario Middle School, Wando High School band and marching band, and Charleston County School of the Arts Band and jazz band. During his time at school he played in the All-Region honors band five years in a row as a trumpet player and was the 2014 recipient of SOA’s instrumental magazine music award for best all-around musician. Starting off learning to play indie rock and classical music, he later went on to study jazz guitar performance in college. During this time, he began regularly performing at the Charleston Place Hotel in a jazz duo, and at other local and regional venues
around the area. Meanwhile, he also began recording and performing music of his own. Though he still sometimes performs with various jazz/rock ensembles, Pierce most often performs with his self-titled indie rock project (Pierce Alexander) at venues around the southeast area. To date, Pierce has released a full length album and an EP, as well as a number of singles. His
2022 album, The Minutehand, saw Maheu take his songwriting beyond the reaches of his previous releases with rich string arrangements and picturesque lyrics.
Pierce is a highly driven and enthusiastic guitar teacher with 10+ years of teaching experience and 16 years of performing experience. His background in many musical styles and good communication skills meet the needs of a wide variety of music learners. His songwriting and innovative teaching style enables students to create and develop musical ideas of their own.
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