While also a Jazz music composer from Memphis, Tennessee, a session musician in studios throughout the South and the great Northwest, and a writer and producer for bands and artists signed under the EMI Music Group, Brian Reding is principally a teacher…Read More >>
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With over twenty years experience as a professional musician, Joe Polito has obtained a wealth of information about music that he enjoys sharing with his students. He has taught in situations ranging from preschool music classes to teaching retired folks who are starting from scratch…Read More >>
I grew up in a musical family where my dad was often buying broken instruments at garage sales, flea markets and pawn shops and fixing them up, so my house was almost like a music shop. My dad tried to teach me how to play guitar, but it wasn’t until I got the opportunity to play drums in the middle school band that I became interested in playing music…Read More >>
Adam Cordova is a Cello, Electric Cello, Bass Guitar and Beginning-Intermediate Guitar teacher instructor and performing musician. A long-time veteran of the Issaquah School District’s music program and graduating member of Issaquah’s Evergreen Philharmonic, Cordova offers …Read More >>
A guitarist since 1978, Charles has been teaching full-time since 1991. He is a summa cum laude graduate of Whitworth College (sociology/psychology) and an honors graduate of Musicians Institute, Los Angeles…Read More >>
John Marino has decades of experience as a rock keyboardist and music teacher. As modern keyboard is in and of itself an amalgam of many styles including Classical, Ragtime, Blues, Boogie-Woogie, R&B, Jazz, and Prog, we will explore each of these genres as they relate to the modern keyboardist…Read More >>