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Instructors each set their own tuition, but the 2017 range is $120 to 150 a month for weekly half hour lessons.

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Levi Gillis


Levi Gillis

Levi Gillis is a Seattle-based saxophonist, improviser, composer, and educator. A graduate of the University of Washington with a BM in Jazz Studies / Saxophone, Levi is quickly making a name for himself at the forefront of jazz and improvised music in Seattle. He has studied and performed with some of the most sought-after musicians in Seattle, New York, and the San Francisco Bay area…Read More >>

Launa Rohar


Launa Rohar

Launa Rohar received her B.A. in music from the University of Washington, followed by graduate work in flute performance and music education at Oregon State University. She has studied under well-known flutists…Read More >>

Leah Mainard


Leah Mainard

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 >>

Jason Jackowich


Jason Jackowich

Northwest native Jason Jackowich has been drumming since the age of 9. Rooted in humble beginnings with his school’s band program, Jason discovered his talent and passion for music …Read More >>

Danny Kam


Danny Kam

Danny Kam holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Western Washington University, with concentrations in Acting and Directing. He also studied Vocal Pedagogy, performed extensively as a soloist with Western’s Music Department, and founded an original concert series, Fresh Hot Songs, which had four sold-out installments…Read More >>

Jon Pontrello


Jon Pontrello

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 >>

Ben Bentler


Ben Bentler

Ben Bentler has been teaching voice for over ten years and is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and is proficient in Alexander technique. He uses an integrated form of movement and acting technique to tell stories through the art form of voice. He has worked as an accompanist, conductor, and musical director…Read More >>

Bill Panks


Bill Panks

Bill Panks received his B.A. in music from Carleton College with a focus on music composition. In addition to being a past member of the Sammamish Symphony and concertmaster of Carleton College’s Symphony Orchestra, he has extensive performance experience as a member of a variety of small chamber ensembles. Outside of the classical music world,…Read More >>

Alex Ho


Alex Ho

The guiding principle behind Alex’s approach is to empower students with the critical thinking skills to be their own teachers at all stages of learning. This comes through refining self-awareness of one’s mind and body. Alex makes tension-free playing a part of every music lesson as he considers playing an instrument an athletic endeavor…Read More >>

Tiger Zane


Tiger Zane

Tiger Zane has been a vocal and performance coach since 1996, teaching students from 8 years old to 65 to find and develop their voice. Although her background includes 10 years of classical flute and several years of operatic vocal training, her approach is contemporary, relaxed and upbeat with a focus on expressing yourself through singing…Read More >>

Peter Adams


Peter Adams

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 >>

Pete Bellomo


Pete Bellomo

Formerly of New York and Las Vegas, Pete has acquired many credits during his career as a professional trumpet player and instructor. He has worked with such star acts as Liza Minelli, Johnny Carson, Doc Severinson, Jerry Lewis, Paul Anka, Mel Torme, Diana Ross, and many others. Read more >>

Tess Freedel


Tess Freedel

Tess Freedel is a guitarist and vocalist, and pianist based of Seattle, WA, with teaching studios in Issaquah and West Seattle. She has studied Instrumental Jazz Studies and Music Business at Columbia College ChicagoRead More >>

Joe Polito


Joe Polito

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 >>

Melissa Fleming


Melissa Fleming

Melissa received her Bachelor of Music at Washington State University, and began her professional singing career soon after she was hired by Norwegian Cruise Lines at an audition in Seattle in 2005. She traveled the world for 5 years, singing for various cruise lines as a production singer…Read More >>

Andrew Long


Andrew Long

I started playing guitar at the age of 12. I’ve played in multiple bands and have taken many music theory classes. I am a graduate of Northwest University (Kirkland, WA) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Contemporary Music Industry…Read More >>

Greg Miller


Greg Miller

Greg has been involved with music since he was five years old, starting out playing violin and later transitioning to the guitar. He spent two years at the Berklee College of Music studying Classical Composition, and Electronic Music Production. He currently plays in several local bands, does production work for singer-songwriters, and studio work for a Seattle based recording studio….Read More >>

Susan Jacoby


Susan Jacoby

Susan Jacoby holds a Master of Music degree in Oboe Performance from the University of Washington. Her studies with prestigious teachers have included Alex Klein, Rebecca Henderson, Kathy Greenbank, Laila Storch, David Weber, and John DeJarnatt. She is accredited by the UW in piano proficiency…Read More >>

Caroline Faflak


Caroline Faflak

Since graduating from the University of Nebraska Lincoln with a Bachelor of Music degree in violin in 2009, Caroline has fully immersed herself in a professional music career in the Seattle area as a teacher and performer. With almost 50 students in her private…Read More >>

Jason Edwards


Jason Edwards

Jason Edwards began playing drums at the age of 16. In his first decade of playing, he has recorded and performed with over 30 bands in the Northwest. Jason also owns and operates a home studio, where he writes and records original music…Read More >>

Michael Matlock


Michael Matlock

When it comes to learning music, Michael has always believed that an understanding of how music works is essential. The greatest joys come from making music one’s own, rather than simply repeating the notes one is told to play. A strong classical background in theory and sight reading is important in providing the foundation for students…Read More >>

Sam Esecson


Sam Esecson

Since he was 8 years old, Sam has been drumming away trying not to disturb his neighbors. Today, he is the drummer and percussionist for Juno Award-winning Canadian band the Paperboys, who tour regularly across North America and Europe. A proud endorser of Istanbul Agop Cymbals and Protection Racket Drum Cases, Sam also performs with local bands…Read More >>

John Marino


John Marino

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 >>

Anna Culver


Anna Culver

Anna’s teaching combines elements of classical violin and fiddle to foster strong musicianship and stylistic versatility. Anna believes in working with students to become well-rounded musicians from the very beginning. Read More >>


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