As a teacher, Peter focuses on being flexible to the individual student’s needs while keeping the lessons fun and engaging. His approach involves teaching music theory along with reading charts and learning tunes. He strives to have his students understand the “why and how” of music so they can develop their musical ability at a faster pace…Read More >>
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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 >>
Jaclyn is now in the Seattle area after teaching and performing in New York City for 7 years. She received her Master of Music …Read More >>
For the past decade, I have been teaching private voice and piano, as well as staying actively involved in my church music program, local choirs, and local musical theater productions. My passion is helping students grow as performers and vocalists no matter their skill level. Whether it is introducing the beginner student to the stage…Read More >>
I am so inspired and thankful for music; it has the power to uplift spirits. I am equally inspired by the opportunity to help students of any level…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 >>
I have been teaching piano in the Seattle area for 14 years and absolutely love this work. I teach…Read More >>