Our staff are experienced, caring, professional teachers committed to helping you find your unique voice on the guitar. They are performers, song writers, recording artists, arrangers, and experts in specialized musical styles. Guitar is at the center of our teachers' lives, and they love to share their skills, and their passion for playing. To find out who is teaching at the camp you want to attend, please email us.

Camp Directors

Harmony Grisman (Co-Director) teaches, records, and composes music. During the 1960s, she learned Blues/Gospel fingerstyle from Rev. Gary Davis and Big Bill Broonzy. She learned Delta Blues from Stefan Grossman and Rory Block. Harmony studied Brazilian Jazz with Marcos Silva and Chico Pinierho.

Harmony's CDs include Breathe, Child, Medicine Song Revival, Chants Of A Lifetime, and Answer The Call.

Harmony teaches guitar, voice, piano and song writing in Marin County, CA. Her choral compositions have been performed and recorded by choruses throughout the country.

Harmony created a therapeutic song writing program for the HIV/AIDS community.

She is a founding director of From Women's Hearts and Hands Guitar Camp.

Kay Eskenazi, J.D., Ph.D. (Co-Director) has been playing guitar for more than 50 years.

Kay's guitar style ranges from Folk to Jazz to Brazilian to Celtic. She loves to arrange music for guitar, and to create arrangements that combine chords and melody.

Among Kay's favorite subjects to teach are Chord Melody playing, Finger Picking Styles, Fingerstyle Jazz, Arranging for Guitar, and Music Theory.

Kay has special expertise in helping guitar students with physical challenges and limitations.

When not at Guitar Camp, Kay teaches Guitar Lessons and classes at colleges, music schools, and music festivals.

Kay enjoys hiking in the wilderness, road-tripping with her guitar, and studying history, literature, and philosophy.

She is a founding director of From Women's Hearts and Hands Guitar Camp.