Teacher Directory

Looking for a Teacher?

If you are a student or parent of a student, select one of the options below. You will be required to fill in a CAPTCHA for security, but you do not have to be a member of the ISB to enter the directory.

If You Are a Teacher . . .

When you are listed in the ISB's Teachers Directory, students and/or their parents will be able to read about your specializations, location (city, state, and/or country), credentials, experience, and your philosophy of teaching, and they can contact you by email or telephone.

  • If you're a teacher seeking students and not yet a member, join the ISB and complete the optional online Teachers Directory questionnaire as part of your member profile.

  • If you're already a member, login and update your member profile to be part of the Teachers Directory. If you're no longer seeking students, you can update your member profile and uncheck the Teachers Directory opt-in box, but your teacher profile will be retained in case you want to opt back in later.


The ISB Teachers Directory is provided as a service from the ISB at no cost to the public. While the teachers listed are some of the nearly 3,000 members of the ISB, the information in this directory was provided by the teachers themselves, and the ISB has not verified the information or the qualifications of the teachers listed. You should carefully consider what teacher and circumstances fit your needs.

Scam Warning

There is a music lessons scam email going around, received by some members listed in our ISB email directory. They have been contacted by a person who wants to arrange for lessons for a child, since his family is going to be traveling to the U.S. The scammer will send a counterfeit check that is far more than the cost of lessons arranged. The scammer will then ask the intended scam victim to send the overpayment back as a wire transfer or Western Union money order. The scammer might even been as bold as to be in touch with intended victims by telephone. To learn more about and / or to report a scam email, go to https://www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety/on-the-internet.