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Piano & Saxophone Lessons - James G

There are very few things in life that get me as excited as when I get the opportunity to share my knowledge with someone else. I've taught private music lessons since I was 11 -- over 20 years ago -- and I wake up every day wanting to do more teaching! I'm patient, I connect well with people of all walks of life, and as a father of three, I absolutely love kids. I teach everything from beginning piano, saxophone, and bass students through university level musicians seeking more advanced composition, improvisation, and theory knowledge.As a three-time Grammy nominated multi-instrumentalist and composer, I am proficient on saxophone, clarinet, flute, upright bass, electric bass, and piano. In 2006, I graduated with a degree in Jazz Composition with an emphasis in Saxophone Performance from the University of Texas at Austin. For some time in the mid-2000's, I formed a big band in the Central Texas region that played my original compositions exclusively. In 2015, my music was the centerpiece of a Hollywood film which is currently in pre-production stages.

Bass Teacher - Matias E
Bass TeacherAustin , TX

Music has always been my life's greatest passion. I picked up the bass so I could be in a band with my high school friends in Ecuador. It wasn't until I graduated from there that I decided to get more serious about my craft. I came to the U.S. and got a Professional Certification from the Berklee College of Music. I also worked with music teachers throughout Central Texas researching the market for the most innovative teaching methods. I love teaching and seeing my students develop and have fun!

Jazz Guitar Classes - Abraham F

I graduated from GIT at Musician’s Institute of Hollywood, California. My knowledge lies both in the studio and on the stage with experience playing in over 15 different bands ranging in style from Jazz to Metal. Highlights include: Cassandra Elese and the Outside Dogs, a R&B fusion group I started with writing partner Cassandra Elese. Perceptionist, an LA based progressive metal band who have been rated number 5 on Houston Press’ top 10 Most Promising Young Metal Bands. 6 month contract on a Carnival Cruise Lines ship (where we played all covers from top 40 to classic rock to jazz standards and even some fusion tunes).I grew up in Seattle Washington, where I was taught by jazz fusion legend Don Mock. While studying with Don, I developed strong technique and a love for jazz music. Don also helped me by encouraging me to set up lessons at my school so I could get experience teaching. Prior to studying with Don, I studied classical guitar with Kenneth Jacobsen. Immediately after graduating high school I moved to Los Angeles to attend Musician's Institute. At MI I learned many styles that were new to me, such as flamenco and slap guitar, and also learned how to sight read and improvise.