1013 Richmond Ave.
Staten Island,NY

Welcome to the official Castellano's House of Music website
4016 Hylan Blvd.
Staten Island,NY

Want to know why you should check out Castellano's House of Music?

  • We're authorized dealers for over 50 of the biggest brand names on the planet, including Fender, Marshall, Yamaha, Ibanez, Tama and many more.
  • Two convenient locations.
  • Learn how to play from "the real deal." Our teachers are professional musicians. Many of whom tour with famous rock bands and recording artists.
  • We have an extensive rental program for all of your school band instrument needs.
  • Our repair department is here to help you get all of your musical gear back into playing shape

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Greatest Around Staten Island's

Greatest Around Staten Island's

Staten Island Blues Hall of Fame
Master Blues Artist
awarded to John Castellano

About Castellano's House of Music

John Castellano

Castellano's House of Music is a family business. The Castellanos have been in the music store business for 3 generations. Their first store was Bath Music in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. Bath Music was opened in the 60's and was owned and operated by Marion and Philip Castellano. Affectionately known as "Mom & Pop," they served the New York musician's community for nearly 4 decades.

In the 80's, Mom & Pop's son, John Castellano, opened up his own music store, Guitar City, in Brooklyn. After moving to Staten Island, John moved his music store to Staten Island as well opening up the first House of Music on Richmond Ave, followed by the opening of House of Music II on Hylan Blvd.

John Castellano is not only a business owner, he is also a 4th generation professional musician. He was a member of the famous rock group, The Chambers Brothers, as well as many other professional Rock and R&B groups. On any given day you can walk into Castellano's House of Music, and see John playing guitar and trading licks with his customers.

John's daughter, Nicole, is the director of the lesson program, and his son, Richie, runs the digital recording class and is also one of the store's private instructors.

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    Photos by Steve Corn, Julia Rabkin, and Richie Castellano. All other content (c) Richie Castellano, 2009.