Teachers

Our store includes a number of studios that are used for private lessons by a large team of independent music teachers. Here are the teachers we recommend.


Flute

Joe Schillaci
(415) 203-4134
schillacisf@gmail.com

Diane Grubbe
(415) 794-2575

Victoria Hauk
(619) 985-2739
victoriahauk@icould.com

Gail Edwards
(650) 359-5668
flutege@sbcglobal.net
http://www.gailedwards-flute.com

Flutist Gail Edwards has both an active life as a performer and teacher. She is currently on the music faculty at San Francisco State University, the University of San Francisco and the (High) School of the Arts in San Francisco. Her home studio, GEMS, is also very active. All Ms. Edwards' students have many performance opportunities throughout the year including at SF City Hall, the national anthem for the SF Giants and a variety of other venues.

In both 2007 and 2003, flute choirs under the direction of Ms. Edwards were selected to perform at the National Flute Association's annual convention. This year her group from SF State will be performing in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Since receiving her Masters degree from the San Francisco Conservatory, Ms. Edwards has performed with many of the Bay Area's premier ensembles including the San Francisco Opera and Ballet. She is currently a member of the Sacramento Philharmonic, Opera and Ballet orchestras, as well as the Napa and Modesto symphonies.

Judy Phillips
(415) 459-4837
judyflute22@yahoo.com

Judy Phillips of Marin County currently teaches flute from beginning to advanced students in Marin. She enjoys accompanying students on her German harpsichord and baby grand piano. She taught instrumental music for San Francisco's Unified School district for 20 years.

Finalist in the San Francisco Symphony solo auditions, she performed with the Sacramento and Marin Symphonies, Marin Opera, Aspen Festival under the guidence of Albert Tipton. She is a graduate of Oberlin Conservatory with a Bachelors in Music where she studied under Bob Wiloughby. She also completed her Masters from Eastman School of Music under Joseph Mariano and San Francisco State University, under Merrill Jordan. She is the founder of the Golden Gate Flute Choir.

Amanda Hahn
(415) 846 - 4710
amandajhahn@hotmail.com

Flutist Amanda Hahn currently teaches woodwinds at the French American International School, as well as privately. She is in her 10th year on the faculty of the San Francisco Community Music Center, teaching flute and recorder. Having lived and taught in the Bay Area for 12 years now, her previous experience and training was in Boston. She is also a certified teacher in the Orff Schulwerk approach. She holds a Flute Performance degree from Boston University, and her Masters degree from the SF Conservatory of Music. Amanda freelances in the area as an orchestral player and recitalist.

Jake Blackshear
(415) 827 - 0008
jacobblackshear@hotmail.com>
www.jakeblackshear.netfirms.com

Jake Blackshear, jazz saxophonist doubling on flute and clarinet. Master of Music in Jazz Studies. 10+ years performing, 5+ years teaching. Private instruction for sax, flute, clarinet, improvisation, composition/arranging, theory.

Galen Green
(206) 235-4151
galen@galengreen.com

John Stafford
(415) 388 - 5247

Kyoko Kimura
(559) 269 - 7502 cell (SF)

Dave Peterson
(415) 271 - 4674 cell
(415) 752 - 8498 home
washman@earthlink.net

Professional musician for 25 years, playing for a variety of broadway shows like Cats, Phantom of the Opera, and others. Also accompanied musicians like Natalie Cole, James Brown, Frank Sinatra and more. If your son or daughter would like to learn to play any woodwind instrument or improve their current skill, I would like to help.

Clarinet

Morgan Nilsen
(415) 603-9596
morgank.n@gmail.com

Eastman School of Music graduate Morgan Nilsen studied with the former principal of the NY Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and now teaches beginner clarinet to all ages in the Bay Area. Nilsen has been teaching clarinet lessons at the San Francisco School for six years and is an active and versatile performer in the Bay Area in the Balkan, Turkish, Colombian Cumbia genres and more.

Ricki R. Nelson
(916) 342-1142
RickiRNelson@aol.com

Clarinetist Ricki Nelson is currently finishing up his final year at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music as a candidate for the Masters of Music Degree. In 2006, he earned his Bachelors in Music Performance at California State University, Sacramento. Born and raised in Sacramento, Ricki's first steps as a musician were with the alto saxophone; he later took up the clarinet starting in ninth grade. Having a diverse background in musical training, his main mentors have included Capitol Jazz Project's Mike McMullen, former Sacramento Symphony clarinetist Deborah Pittman, and is studying currently with Luis Baez of the San Francisco Symphony. He has also taken lessons with Laurie Friedman, Jonathan Cohler, Diane Maltester, Michael Norsworthy, and has participated in Masterclasses with Frank Cohen, Scott Anderson, E. Michael Richards, and most recently, Karl Leister of the Berlin Philharmonic. Ricki has six years of teaching experience that includes private lessons, ensemble directing, large class presentations, and has worked with a variety of ability and age levels ranging from middle school to early collegiate. Ricki now resides in San Francisco.

Tom Greisser
(415) 218-3196

Galen Green
(206) 235-4151
galen@galengreen.com

William Wysocki
(512) 680 - 1927
wwysocki@gmail.com

David Peterson
(415) 271 - 4674 cell
(415) 752 - 8498 home

Jerome (Jerry) Simas
(415) 409 - 6638 home
(510) 703 - 6882 cell
jcsimas@pacbell.net

Marcus Stephens
(510) 290 - 1526

Jake Blackshear
(415) 827 - 0008
jacobblackshear@hotmail.com>
www.jakeblackshear.netfirms.com

Jake Blackshear, jazz saxophonist doubling on flute and clarinet. Master of Music in Jazz Studies. 10+ years performing, 5+ years teaching. Private instruction for sax, flute, clarinet, improvisation, composition/arranging, theory.

Karla Avila
(415) 378 - 1466
www.karlaavila.com

John Stafford
(415) 388 - 5247

Mark G. Sowlakis
(415) 564 - 4936
markos@cruzio.com
www.markosmusic.com

Saxophone

Tom Greisser
(415) 218-3196

"I am offering lessons, for all ages and skill levels, on saxophone(alto, tenor and baritone) and Bb clarinet. I have been a professional musician for 18 years. The Best-known groups with which I have worked regularly include Brass Monkey Brass Band, the Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra, and the New Morty Show. I studied clarinet privately for four years with Richard Joiner (former principal clarinetist of the Denver Symphony Orchestra) and saxophone privately with Art Bouton (through the Univeristy of Redlands) and Hal Stein (at Standford)."

"What I bring to all my students is a petient, empathetic approach. With beginners, I emphasize the basics: getting a good sound, developing sight reading skills, and learning to play rhythmically complex passages. I have also taught students jazz improvisation, both in private lessons and at Stanford Jazz Camp. The method books I use are helpful and very affordable, and I often create my own exercises tailored to an individual's goals and needs."

Joe Schillaci
(415) 203-4134
schillacisf@gmail.com

Tony Peebles
(215) 668-4517

Joe Cohen
(415) 286-4639
cohensax@yahoo.com

Patrick Wolff
wolffjazz@gmail.com
www.patrickwolffmusic.com

Galen Green
(206) 235-4151
galen@galengreen.com

Totter Tod
(303) 818-6313

Rodrigo Santic
(510)926-5009
(se habla espanol) rsantic@gmail.com

Jake Blackshear
(415) 827 - 0008
jacobblackshear@hotmail.com
www.jakeblackshear.netfirms.com

Jake Blackshear, jazz saxophonist doubling on flute and clarinet. Master of Music in Jazz Studies. 10+ years performing, 5+ years teaching. Private instruction for sax, flute, clarinet, improvisation, composition/arranging, theory.

Nick Rous
(415) 426 - 9642 nickrous9@gmail.com

Nick Rous was born 1977 in San Francisco and began studying clarinet at age 10 and saxophone at age 13. His first professional gig was in 1993, and he has been working ever since, perfroming Jazz, Salsa, Funk, Calypso, Bossa Nova, Samba, Pagogde and Reggae. In 2001 Nick graduated from Sonoma State University, Cum Laude and with distinction (the Jazz Department's award), with a BA in Jazz Studies. He has been teaching since 1999, guest taught at Lick Wilmerding High School in 2003 and is currently on faculty at the Blue Bear School of Music in Fort Mason.

The groups and individual artist Nick played with include T. Carson (piano for the Count Basie "Ghost" Band), Ben Miller (lead tenor sax for the Duke Ellington Orchestra), Doug Beavers (trombonist and arranger for Eddie Palmieri), Orchesta Kalichin, Rumba Cafe, The Acme Swing Co., Steve Lucky and the Rumba Bums, Tin Cup Serenade, Downtown Uproar, Manicato, Kapakahi, and Loco Bloco. The venues he has performed at include The Hi-Ball Lounge, The Fillmore Auditorium, Cafe Du Nord, Cafe Claude, Bimbo's 365, The Derby in L.A., Candlestick Park (pregame show), The Reno Hilton, The Catalyst, The Luther Burbank Center and The Temple Bar in L.A..

Marcus Stephens
(510) 290 - 1526

David Peterson
(415) 271 - 4674 cell
(415) 752 - 8498 home

Eric Crystal
(415) 377-2397 cell

Matt Renzi
(347) 277 - 1137
renzmac@yahoo.com
www.mattrenzi.com

Melecio Magdalayo
(415) 824 - 3775

Harvey Robb
(415) 826 - 2679

Mark G. Sowlakis
(415) 564 - 4936
markos@cruzio.com
www.markosmusic.com

John Stafford
(415) 388 - 5247

Matt Nelson
(650) 380 - 1909
mattnelson22@gmail.com

Oboe/English Horn

Krisjana Thorsteinson
(916) 502 - 5101
gibson_july@sbcglobal.net

David Peterson
(415) 271 - 4674 cell
(415) 752 - 8498 home

Bassoon

Patrick Johnson-Whitty
(210) 884 - 0484
pwjhonson@mgail.com

Kristopher B. King
(805) 709 - 3360

Trumpet

Chris Leaf
(415) 753-2773 home
(415) 519-0340 cell
(415) 775-6043 store
info@unionmusiccompany.com

Danny Cao
(415) 425-4982
caodanny@hotmail.com

Danny Cao has been teaching private trumpet lessons here at Union Music since the summer of 2006. He can be found playing locally, nationally, and internationally with groups such as LoCura, Royal Jelly, Inspector Gadje, Katdelic, Manicato, Du Uy Quintet,and others. He is also a busy composer and arranger.

Ari Micich
(515) 371 - 8605
arimicich@gmail.com
www.arimicich.com

Scott Weigum
(248) 943-3953
weigumsc@gmail.com

Jason Park
(415) 596-8560
gojasonpark@gmail.com

Trumpeter Jason Park has over 16 years experience in teaching trumpeters of all ages and skill levels. With a focus on good fundamentals, students can expect to learn a fun mix of musical styles and exercises based on their individual needs. Jason performs and records regularly with Paradigm Brass, Brass Act Quintet, Collaborata, and various orchestras across the Bay area. He has appeared with groups such as the Honolulu Symphony, Hawaii Opera Theatre, Santa Cruz County Symphony, and numerous symphonies and chamber ensembles in San Francisco and Hawaii.

Aaron Priskorn
(415) 722 - 2009
sftrpt@gmail.com
www.aaronpriskorn.com

Jessica Bejarano
(415) 368 - 4229
jessica@jessicabejarano.com

French Horn

Monika Warchol
(912) 220 - 6605
monika.warchol@gmail.com

Loren Tayerle
(415) 710-8116

Zach Maupin
(510) 533-8323 (Community Music Center)

Susan Vollmer
(650) 575 - 1586
svollmer2001@yahoo.com

Susan Vollmer is a BayArea native who grew up in Palo Alto. After receiving her B.M. from the San Francisco Conservatory she toured with the San Francisco Symphony, playing at the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. For many years she played professionally in Mexico City and Europe in such groups as the Mexico City Philharmonic, Mexico City Opera, the Belgian National Orchestra, Ghent Opera, Royal Ballet of Belgium, amoung others.

After relocating to California she earned a M.M. from the San Francisco Conservatory and is currently pricipal in the S.F. Opera Center Orchestra and the Santa Cruz Symphony and is a member of the Sacramento Philharmonic.

A busy free-lancer, she is also a lecturer in horn at UCSC and an Artist-in Residence at the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts in San Francisco. In addition to private studios in Palo Alto, San Francisco and Santa Cruz she has worked with many local youth organizations such as the Napy Youth Symphony, Oakland Youth Orchestra and the Young Musicians Program at UC Berkeley.

This past summer she was the horn coach at the El Camino Youth Symphony retreat, and performed with the Merola Opera, Midsummer Mozart and with the Russian National Orchestra at the Festvale del Sole in Napa.

"I enjoy teaching horn to aspiring players of any age or level. Being a horn player is sort of like being in a special club - we all understand how difficult it is, and how rewarding it can be".

Trombone

Kensey Chellis
(614) 208 - 3393
kchellis@gmail.com

Chip Tingle
(415) 898 - 8381
musichub@yahoo.com

As students get ready for the next step in their musical journey, I offer individual or small group lessons in Brass Instruments including Trombone, Baritone/Euphonium, and Tuba.

Tenor & Bass trombone, Euphonium, Tuba, for Broadway, jazz, classical, salsa, Brazilian, R&B...numberous performance and recording credits.

Clinician and adjudicator in elementary schools thru colleges focusing on brass performance, jazz improvisation, big bands, ensembles, etc. including Sonoma St. Univ., CMEA Bay section, CSU Hayward, Diablo Valley College, San Marin HS and Marin School of the Arts in Novato, Davis HS, Rio Americano HS, Sacramento St. Univ…

Hall Goff
(415) 664 - 4490
goffball@sbcglobal.net

Tom Kyrimis
(415) 412 - 1273

Alan Williams
(415) 377 - 0240

Adam Theis
(415) 637 3865
adam@jazzmafia.com

Christian L. Behrens
(319) 360 - 9038

Jennifer Baker
(510) 847 – 1219 (Oakland)
baker7jenz@yahoo.com

Andrew Strain
(415) 621 - 7830
(510) 207 - 9351 cell

Bass Trombone

Scott Thornton
(510) 740 – 0664

David Ridge
(925) 937 – 9825

Tuba

Ed Ivey
(415) 336 - 3543
edivey@gmail.com

Adam Theis
(415) 637 3865
adam@jazzmafia.com

Chip Tingle
(415) 234 - 8381
musichub@yahoo.com

Andrew Cohen
(504) 294 - 2256
drew.d.cohen@gmail.com

Violin

Thomas Yee
(415) 203-4534
thomas@thomasyee.net
B.M. & M.M. San Francisco Conservatory of Music

For more artist info, visit:
www.thomasyee.net
http://www.youtube.com/user/thomasyeeDOTnet

Thomas's students range from very young beginners to working professionals who have studied music at a University level. Thomas takes a psychological approach to violin playing and teaches students several mindsets:

* Musical excellence * Proficiency * Positive learning

A great teacher must productively push the student in the right direction to or beyond his or her current limits and provide insight on the joy and process of learning.

Thomas's approach at each level of learning includes:

* Beginning level - enhanced Suzuki method to emphasize muscle awareness and to steadily improve reading skills.
* Intermediate level - vibrato, shifting, dynamics, difficult bowings. Method books branch out to scales, left hand and bowing excercises, double-stops, and etudes.
* Advanced level - more technically and musically challenging repertoire, including memorization of whole works. 3-octave scales, Dont and Kreutzer etudes, and more practice time!
* College/Semi-professional/Professional levels - reintroduction of relaxation techniques, advanced fingerings, freedom of movement. Enhancement of musical taste.

Amy Haltom
(925)914-0516
GPfiddler@yahoo.com

Teaching Experience and Training I have been teaching vioin and viola professionally for over 15 years, and playing violin and viola for over 25 years. I am an experienced, patient, and kind teacher and I am happy to give you the technical tools you need to approach playing Classical, blues, jazz, and folk music styles on the violin or viola. I have a Master's degree from Mannes College Conservatory of Music in New York City and a Bachelor's degree from the University of North Texas.

My Aporoach to Teaching Violin/Viola The process of studying an instrument can be fun, challenging, and rewarding. You may ak if you have "what it takes" to start learning the violin or viola. The answer is "Yes!" - provided you are willing to commit time to consistent, mindful practice, and that you are willing to be patient with your process of learning the instrument. Unlike piano or guitar, the violin does not necessarily provide the beginning student with the instant gratification of a pleasing sound from the first lesson. However, the beginner can achieve the reward of a beautiful, resonant sound with consistent practice and careful attention to a few basic concepts. For some, those concepts translate to the physical process quickly; for others, this takes technique to give you the tools to approach any piece or style of music.

Christina Knudson
(562) 221 - 5425

Leon Igudesman
(415) 269 - 6986

Tatiana Ganenko
(415) 242 – 9057 (Sunset Youth Orchestra)
www.sunsetyouthorchestra.com

Karlyn Desteno
(415) 690 - 0438

Cello

Benjamin Kalb
benjaminkalb@gmail.com

Mary Artmann
(415) 334-1906
Mary.Artmann@verizon.net

Misha Khalikulov
(415)823-1968

Laura Gaynon
(650) 269-7960
lauragaynon@gmail.com

Bass

Ryan Shrode
(415) 597-6942
ryan.shrode@sfcm.edu

Aaron Germain
(510) 978 - 6073

Sascha Jacobsen
(415) 350 - 1607
sascha@saschajacobsen.com

Bill Noertker
(415) 905 - 4425
wmn94117@yahoo.com
www.noertker.com

Many of you have been playing electric and/or upright bass for a while now, and yet you might feel like you are not able to get the next level in your playing. The most likely problem is that you have been able to use your strengths as a bass player to mask your weaknesses. I provide a supportive learning environment and help you to systematically improve your skills and knowledge. My teaching system starts with a rigorous diagnosis of your abilities in eleven categories. After testing we will have a collaborative consultation where we will discuss your results and formulate a lesson plan, tailored specifically to you, that will increase your skills in each of the categories where you need improvement. We will work together to choose a repertoire of music for the application of the skills you will be learning. You will need to commit to a program of practicing and studying.

Paul Eastburn
(415) 302 - 6847
pauleastburn@hotmail.com

Bassist/violinist Paul Eastburn has been performing around the Bay Area since 1998. He teaches both the upright and electric bass (fretted and fretless), and performs primarily in the contexts of jazz, funk, R&B, Brazilian, music. Although he was trained as a classical violinist, Paul has been playing bass since 1986, and teaching bass since 1995. Mr. Eastburn is the Director of Bands for 5 public schools in Daly City, CA, teaching winds, brass, and percussion, and performs regularly in the Bay Area in a wide range of ensembles! Paul holds a BA in Music from UC Santa Barbara and currently lives is San Francisco.

Ken Miller
(415) 566 – 4454
kenbasso@aol.com
Studio in the Inner Sunset, SF

Classical Bassist, and Jazz musician. B.M. SFCM

"I have extensive orchestral playing experience, having worked with the SF Symphony, SF Opera, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestras, and The Skywalker Symphony Orchestra. In addition I am active on the Jazz scene in SF, having performed with many top level players including Branford Marsalis, Bruce Forman, Mark Levine, and Mimi Fox.

"Technique, theory, music interpretation, improvisation. My experience with Feldenkrais, Alexander, and Pilates techniques, allows me to emphasize ease with the bass through good body usage. Beginners through professionals are welcome!"

Matt Small
(415) 386 - 7720
www.mattsmall.org

Jayson Cornish
(415) 431-0540

Michael DiPirro (electric bass)
(415) 310 - 0974
mdipirro@hotmail.com

"My name is Michael DiPirro. I have been a professional musician for nearly 20 years. I started my training with private lessons on piano from age 7 to 17. At age fifteen, i began private lessons on bass guitar. Six years ago, I began studying the acoustic bass, both privately and on my own. I am currently involved in numerous local music projects covering the full range of styles and genres. My simple objective for teaching is to bring out the voice in each student. It is imperative to empower them with their own individual style and sound."

Guitar

Alex Walsh
(415) 437-0671
alex@alexwalsh.com
www.alexwalsh.com

Alex Walsh: performing singer/songwriter, solo & band, since 1989. Guitar, harmonica, and songwriting. 5+ years teaching experience. Rock, blues, folk.

Dennis Donovan
(415) 595-9801
dennis@donovanmusic.com

Dennis teaches guitar, ukulele, mandolin and electric bass, specializing in beginners from ages 5 to adult. He focuses on strumming tunes, single note melodies, fingerstyle and using a pick.
Dennis also teaches saxophone, flute and clarinet, and he coaches middle and high school musicians in band, woodwind ensemble, jazz band and guitar classes. Dennis has a teaching credential and a degree in music theory and composition. He has been a music tutor and assistant teacher at College of Marin and City College of San Francisco.
In addition, Dennis has played professionally for many years, working in the pit orchestra for the Golden Gate Theater as well as numerous jazz and rock bands.

Lyle Sheffler
(516 )314 - 6628
info@lylesheffler.com
www.lylesheffler.com

Jeremy Hatch
(415) 314 - 9582

Dave Ricketts
(415) 515 - 5873

Justin Riberio
Classical Guitar
415-235-0073 (se habla espanol) justin.riberio@gmail.com

Bryan Olson
(415) 205 - 2925

Daniel Owens
(619) 993 - 0595
danielowens82@gmail.com

Lenny Carlson
(415) 282 – 3628

Greg Studley
(415) 238 - 6689
musicman@gregstudley.com
www.gregstudley.com

Piano

Steve Snelling
(415) 846 - 1022
stevesnelling.com@gmail.com
www.stevesnelling.com

Jessica Bejarano
(415) 368 - 4229
jessica@jessicabejarano.com

Ben Schwier
(415) 794 - 8342
ben@theparkmusic.com

Devin Farney
(831) 245 - 5601
devinmusicman@yahoo.com
www.devinfarney.com

Devin Farney is a composer/pianist based out of California. In May 2006 Devin obtained his Bachelors of Music Composition from the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music. His primary instructors were Dr. Francois Rose and Dr. Robert Coburn for composition and Prof. Frank Wiens for piano.

Both a student and a teacher, Devin has given private piano and guitar lessons to individuals of all ages, background, and musical expertise for years. He has performed and taught a wide variety of musical stylings (classical, rock, jazz, reagee, etc.), and frequently encourages musical creativity from his students. For more information, please visit www.devinfarney.com.

Sue Jhang
(415) 200 - 7181

Terry Disley
(415) 345 - 1037

Jieun Lee
(510) 552-1255
eclarepf@yahoo.com www.sfcm.edu/faculty/departments/coaches.aspx#Lee

Jieun is an extremely qualified piano teacher who teaches all levels and styles of piano playing. She has received bachelor's degrees in piano performance, pedgagogy at the prestigious kyung-won and kookmin universities in South Korea, and master's in piano collaborative piano at San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She holds a position on the faculty as a piano accompanist at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and accompanies several youth choirs in the area, in addition to teaching.

Robin Krop
(415) 819 – 1833
sfrobink@aol.com

Victor J. Cervantes
(415) 812 - 5807

Elizabeth Hertzberg
Specializing in lessons for Children
(415) 730-0940
ehertzberg@notes.sfcm.edu

Fiddle

Amy Haltom
(925)914-0516
GPfiddler@yahoo.com

Teaching Experience and Training I have been teaching vioin and viola professionally for over 15 years, and playing violin and viola for over 25 years. I am an experienced, patient, and kind teacher and I am happy to give you the technical tools you need to approach playing Classical, blues, jazz, and folk music styles on the violin or viola. I have a Master's degree from Mannes College Conservatory of Music in New York City and a Bachelor's degree from the University of North Texas.

My Aporoach to Teaching Violin/Viola The process of studying an instrument can be fun, challenging, and rewarding. You may ak if you have "what it takes" to start learning the violin or viola. The answer is "Yes!" - provided you are willing to commit time to consistent, mindful practice, and that you are willing to be patient with your process of learning the instrument. Unlike piano or guitar, the violin does not necessarily provide the beginning student with the instant gratification of a pleasing sound from the first lesson. However, the beginner can achieve the reward of a beautiful, resonant sound with consistent practice and careful attention to a few basic concepts. For some, those concepts translate to the physical process quickly; for others, this takes technique to give you the tools to approach any piece or style of music.

Kerry Parker
(415) 282 – 5868

Mandolin

Tom Ethridge
(415) 342 - 1371

Kerry Parker
(415) 282 – 5868

Harmonica

Alex Walsh
(415) 437-0671
alex@alexwalsh.com
www.alexwalsh.com

Alex Walsh: performing singer/songwriter, solo & band, since 1989. Guitar, harmonica, and songwriting. 5+ years teaching experience. Rock, blues, folk.

Accordion

Peter Dibono
(415) 753 - 1502
www.peterdibono.com

Bagpipes

Michael A. LeBoeuf
(415) 724 - 0613
MikeLeBoeuf@hotmail.com

Voice

Samuel Christopher Palmer
(415) 350 - 6517
samuelpalm@gmail.com

Jessica Bejarano
(415) 368 - 4229
jessica@jessicabejarano.com

Karen Riefer
(415) 308 - 2319
(212) 613 - 3014

Destani Wolf
(510) 734 – 1099

Victor J. Cervantes
(415) 812 - 5807

Brett Teresa
(415) 986 – 2061

Composing / Arranging

Jake Blackshear
(415) 827 - 0008
jacobblackshear@hotmail.com>
www.jakeblackshear.netfirms.com

Jake Blackshear, jazz saxophonist doubling on flute and clarinet. Master of Music in Jazz Studies. 10+ years performing, 5+ years teaching. Private instruction for sax, flute, clarinet, improvisation, composition/arranging, theory.

Alex Walsh -- song writing
(415) 437-0671
alex@alexwalsh.com
www.alexwalsh.com

Alex Walsh: performing singer/songwriter, solo & band, since 1989. Guitar, harmonica, and songwriting. 5+ years teaching experience. Rock, blues, folk.

Noel Jewkes
(415) 945 – 9016
(415) 786-6894 cell

Robin Krop
(415) 202 – 0174
sfrobink@aol.com

Drums and Percussion

Andrew Laubacher
(804) 357-6488