Professional Bio

  • M.M., B.A., University of Colorado
Mitch Helble is originally from Michigan and he has been residing in Boulder for the last six years. He received his Master of Music in Guitar Performance from the University of COlorado at Boulder in 2006 and and Bachelor of Music degree with honors from the same institution in 2001, under the guidance of Charles Wolzien. He joined the Music Faculty at Regis University in 2002, where he teaches applied guitar. A number of his original compositions have been performed by his students at the Regis Guitar Ensemble and Soloists concerts held each semester. These compositions and a number of standard classical guitar works are also featured on Mr. Helble's CD, a project he engineered in his home recording studio. He is currently working on his Master of Music degree in guitar performance at the University of Colorado at Boulder. 

In addition to teaching at the Boulder Music Studio, Mitch maintains a music faculty position at Regis University and teaches group and private guitar lessons at the Colorado Center for Musical Arts in Lafayette. He is also a recording engineer and the founding member of the instrumental, classical/rock fusion group ToneScape. 

Mitch earned Bachelors and Masters degrees in Classical Guitar Performance from the University of Colorado, graduating with honors and receiving several awards along the way, including a Masters Fellowship grant and an Anderson Music Scholarship Award. He was also selected to perform in ensemble and solo master classes for world famous guitarists John Williams and Christopher Parkening.