Adam Steiner

Musicians Institute and The Musicians Foundation are pleased to announce that Adam Steiner is the recipient of the Spring 2022 Melodic Soloing Guitar Scholarship.

Originally a New Hampshire native, Adam comes to MI’s Guitar Program comes to MI by way of Virginia with 6 years of playing experience and in possession of solid melodic soloing skills in a variety of genres including rock, fusion, jazz, and blues.

During his studies at MI, he will focus on “developing a more coherent picture of the way music and music theory works, improving my chops  reading music and studying production.”  

When asked why he chose to study at MI, Adam added “I chose MI because it’s in LA and also because I like some musicians who studied here.  I hope to meet some well-known musicians here in the future.”

Asked what the winning this scholarship award means to him, Adam shared “This scholarship means a lot to me. It means I’m on the right track with my playing and the work I put in is worth it. Thank you for the scholarship opportunity and for selecting me!

He describes his professional goals and aspirations as follows: “I hope to be a touring musician with my own band (as the lead guitarist) and also to original write music for it. That’s my definite goal but before that, I hope to work with/join other bands, artists and do studio work.”

Everyone at MI congratulates Adam on winning this very prestigious scholarship award, and we welcome him as he begins his studies and the many great experiences ahead at MI!

Special thanks to an anonymous MI Guitar Program alumnus (GIT class of 1980) for generously sponsoring this scholarship, which helps to provide talented students like Adam with the support, tools and recognition they need to launch successful careers in the music industry.

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