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Australian-born, New York-based Nerissa Campbell holds a Certificate & Associate Degree of Performing Arts (Jazz Performance & Composition) from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Mrs. Christine Albarran is a Suzuki-trained violin teacher and has studied with Ed Kreitman, Ed Sprunger, Nancy Jackson, and Mark Bjork. She received her undergraduate degree in music performance from Columbia College, and a business management degree from Rockford College.
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My name is Chris Breen and I've been playing guitar for 14 years. I started out taking private lessons and was instantly hooked. I enjoy sharing my knowledge of music with others and exposing students to new techniques and musical concepts.
Are you a guitar beginner? Or, are you a self-taught player, looking to break out of your rut, and take it to the next level? Concerned you might have developed some bad habits that are holding you back?
With 30 + years teaching experience I like to teach HOW to play not just what to play
Jeff is a world-class recording artist who has worked with and coached international recording stars, RIAA certified platinum-selling artists, and thousands of students of all ages and skill levels.
Willem Moolenbeek has performed across Canada as soloist with orchestras and bands, in recital and pop groups. His tone has been described by one reviewer as “setting a standard for tonal elegance in the world of reed playing”.
Khabu teaches ukulele, guitar, and improvisation for all instruments. He has held numerous workshops and clinics throughout Europe and North America, in schools such as Arizona State University (Phoenix), Bennington College (Vermont), California State University (Hayward), Denver University (Colorado), HSPVA (Houston, Texas),
Tramane Munks, Sr. is an active member of the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA). Tramane has traveled inside and outside of the state of Texas conducting workshops and music ministry building seminars. He continues to mentor and help guide our future musicians and artists in the right direction.
Born in Springfield, Ohio, Kanako Shimasaki began studying violin at age four. As a soloist, Kanako has been featured on Classical WDPR 88.1, Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City, and the Millennium Stage Concert Series in Washington D.C.
Kenny Urban is a beatboxer/vocalist originally from Monroe, CT. At 22 years old, he has represented America in various worldwide competitions in many countries all over the globe.
Ben Baron joined the Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México (OSEM) as second bassoonist in 2013. Ben received his Bachelor of Music degree from The Juilliard School in 2012, having studied with Patricia Rogers.
Violist Anne Ristorcelli received her Bachelor of Music from the Oberlin Conservatory and Master of Music from the University of Colorado, and is currently enrolled in a Feldenkrais training program.
Grace holds a Master's Degree in Oboe Performance from the Bob Cole Conservatory of music at California State University, Long Beach. At the Cole Conservatory she had the privilege of studying oboe and English horn with Carolyn Hove.
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Enrico Lopez-Yañez is an award winning trumpet player, conductor, and drummer available to teach you or your child the skills necessary to take your music making to the next level! Enrico currently serves as the Conducting Fellow for the Omaha Symphony.
Over 20 years professional performing experience. D.M.A., University of Connecticut, 2010. Performances in 49 of the 50 states (sorry, Idaho!), Japan and Taiwan. Currently a full -time university instructor.
Musically, Grant started off playing classical music, just like many young musicians in the public school band program. Under the guidance of his middle school band teacher, Mr. Johnson, Grant started learning to improvise in the after-school jazz band.