Tiny Village Music

Tiny Village Music is the music studio of Ross Malcolm Boyd and Jamie Feinberg. We bring the lessons to you via Skype, so you can learn in the comfort of your home at the time that works for you. Payment is handled easily and remotely through Paypal or Venmo.

Interested in our course on how to play the ukulele? Get free sheet music and tips plus be the first to hear when the course is ready here.

Ready to take the next step in your ukulele playing? Join us in beautiful Haverhill, NH for a fun and affordable day of workshops!


Our students rave about the convenience of Skype music lessons and love the customized, personalized lessons with our instructors. Trial lessons are available to help you find the perfect teacher and teaching style for you.

We are currently offering private lessons for piano, acoustic and electric guitar, ukulele, drums, conducting and voice. Ross is also happy to explore music theory, composition and basic recording with interested students, and Jamie offers vocal coaching (and music selection) for students preparing for auditions for colleges or for shows. Drum lessons are available with Tom Holmes, Ross and Jamie’s favorite drummer and the musician they turn to with questions themselves.

We work with students of all ages, and our students have ranged in age from 5 to 80! For voice lessons, we offer short-term vocal coaching and audition preparation sessions for all ages, but for best vocal health, weekly voice lessons are recommended for ages 12 & above.

Whether you’re new to music or an experienced performer looking to take your studies to the next level, we can’t wait to meet you.


“I can’t say enough about lessons with Ross Boyd! Rowan has been taking electric guitar lessons with him for a couple of months now and he loves it! I see a shining new confidence in him and it is clear that Ross truly loves teaching. Love it! “Ross is Boss” as we like to say!” – Melissa Storella Sheehan, mother of Rowan

Ross is Boss

“I can’t thank you enough for your instruction with Gavin. He is doing great and he really, really enjoys it and it shows because he actually wants to practice. What a concept! So, I just wanted to thank you. He loves it!”

Guitar student’s mom