Stuart is a guitarist with over 20 years’ experience. He was very fortunate to have been raised by parents and grandparents who were professional musicians as he was able to absorb a great deal of musical knowledge from them at quite a young age.

He started his formal musical studies at age 6, progressing through AMEB piano and theory to 7th grade. At 15 he switched his focus to the guitar.

He continued his music studies at Sydney University as part of his Bachelor of Arts degree. Over the years, Stuart has performed and recorded with a number of Sydney bands, and as a solo artist, in a variety of styles.

He’s recently released an album titled “Feet in the Dirt”, where a portion of proceeds have gone towards StreetSmart Charity.


Music is the biggest part of Bryce’s life. He has been playing guitar since he was a little kid and has been teaching for 8 years. He has studied at the Australian Institute of Music as well as attending the CMAA Academy of Country Music.

Bryce is also an Artist himself. He has recently released his debut single, which peaked at #6 on the Australian iTunes Country Charts as well as having the video clip for the single regularly played on The Country Music Channel. He has played in many places in Australia including The Song Factory in Sydney, The Central Coast Country Music Festival, The Optus Gympie Music Muster, Tamworth and many other local clubs and café’s.

Bryce has been working on developing a fresh and modern country sound and in 2016 released a brand new single ‘Status’. This quickly became his biggest success reaching #2 on the iTunes Country Chart and cracked the top #100 iTunes Australia Pop Chart. The video clip also featured on the CMC (Country Music Channel) top 30 chart. Following these achievements, Bryce earned a nomination for New Artist Of the Year at the 2017 CMC awards.

Bryce has dedicated his life to music and loves being a part of the Tuition experts at Stratford Music.


Scott has been playing guitar for over 23 years and professionally teaching for 15.
Having studied at The Australian Institute of Music, he has a passion for teaching and helping students grow as musicians.
He has played guitar, bass and sang in his originals band throughout Sydney and interstate, also supporting international acts.
Scott’s patient and friendly approach to teaching helps make music theory and the general fun of playing music accessible to all.