Eric McCullough


​ Eric McCullough is a Guitarist and Professor of Music located in the Baltimore area. He holds a Master of Music degree (Classical Guitar Performance) from Peabody Conservatory and a Bachelor of Music degree (Classical Guitar Performance) from Towson University.


Eric specializes in both classical and electric guitar technique. His classical experience is extensive and includes masterclass performances (for Manuel Barrueco, The Katona Twins, Alvaro Pierri, and Paul Galbraith), competition wins (Baltimore Music Club Competition, The Friedmann Gordon Competition, and The Towson University Talent Award Competition), and a variety of both solo and chamber/ensemble performances (see resume for full details). On electric guitar, Eric has performed extensively in a number of different groups and is currently writing, recording, and performing in modern rock group We Love The Underground. Eric’s songs have been broadcast both nationally and internationally and he has performed extensively in the Baltimore area (both locally and opening for a number of national acts).


He currently serves as the Guitar Department Coordinator at Carroll Community College and is also guitar faculty at Towson University (his alma mater). At Carroll Community College he teaches a variety of courses including Applied Guitar Lessons, Guitar Ensemble, Music Theory II, Music Theory III, Music Theory IV, Music Appreciation, Music Fundamentals, History of Rock & Roll, and more.​