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Guitar, Classical Guitar, English, Music Performance, Music Theory, Reading, Songwriting
Dan is a teacher and guitarist from Kansas City, KS. As a teenager he studied blues and jazz with former B.B. King sideman Dwight Foster. This background aided him when he took classes in jazz improvisation and music composition at the University of Kansas. At KU, he started giving guitar lessons and teaching English Literature to help pay tuition. He also joined the blues-rock/metal hybrid Inphobic, a group that went on to play with Carlos Santana, Everlast, and Cheap Trick among others.
After finishing his MA at Pittsburg State University, he returned to Kansas City and began teaching in the Kansas City, KS school district. His five years of high school teaching (to go along with another three at the college level) has showed him that being a great teacher is both the greatest challenge and the greatest reward. As a result, he has dedicated himself to combining that passion for teaching with his love for the guitar and music.
Over the last few years, he has developed guitar curriculum that both teaches students things they want to know as well as how to communicate with other musicians in almost any musical capacity. He frequently shows up at local jam sessions and plays studio sessions.
I've been playing guitar for over 15 years and still learn something new everyday! Guitar is exciting and I carry that into my students practice regiment. I like seeing a student going from confused to perplexed and then on to excitement when they nail a lick! I have worked with a lot of Kansas City's musicians and rehearsed with two of my personal hero's Mr. Don Thigpen and John "Hollywood" Bridgewater. I've learned the importance of listening to my elders and watching how they handle situations musically. I can benefit students by providing real solutions and growth to frustrations or walls they may be hitting musically. I use the students musical interest to springboard their actual musical knowledge and grow progressively beginning with the basics on to more complicated pieces.
Bass Guitar, Guitar, Upright Bass
Instructor for two years at North Central University, Minneapolis, MN.
Music Director and Producer of Ben Jamin’ Breakthru CD.
Instructor for two years with the Brooklyn Conservatory.
Private Teacher of bass theory and technique with an emphasis on jazz and classical applications.
Member of various jazz, gospel, blues, classical and pop music groups.
Provided independent workshops in which I worked with students on basic guitar, bass, piano and drum skills including music interpretation, rhythmic development and music theory
Private Teacher of bass and guitar at East Valley Music for two and half years with a regular roster of 40-50 students.
Private Teacher of bass and guitar at Music and Arts in Mesa for three years
Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA.
Manhattan School of Music, New York, NY.
Bass studies with
Bill Curtis of the Boston Pops Orchestra
John Neves of the Berklee College of Music
Bill Fielder, chairman of Rutgers Jazz Music Department, Music Theory
John Ebinger of the Phoenix Symphony
Performed for two years with the Brooklyn Conservatory Faculty Jazz Ensemble. Included recording “Bridging the Gap,” Received three stars in review by Downbeat Magazine.
Performed with Pianist Composer and Grammy Award winner Arturo O’Farrill.
Performed with variety of talented artists such as: Doc Pitman of the Inkspots, Jazz Organist Jimmy Smith, Sir Charles Hughes of the Drifters, Guitarist Mike Stern
Perform and lead the Ben H. Trio. Currently playing in a variety of venues.
Performed in a variety of theatrical, corporate and wedding settings.
Guitar, Mandolin, Music Performance, Music Theory
Hi! My name is Megan. I am a Wichita State graduate with a degree in music education. I have taught mandolin/guitar lessons for the past 5 years in Wichita, KS and in the KC area. I am also a music sub for several public school districts on the Kansas side of Kansas City. Besides teaching music, I have also played mandolin/guitar for several music projects from a typical Irish band to a free improve jazz ensemble. I am a very versatile player so I can teach/play from Irish to rock to jazz.
Drum, Guitar, Percussion
Professional musician with 20 years of performing experience, including 7 years in the U.S. Army Band. Have performed with many different types of bands, including jazz, rock, blues, alternative, country, and steel drum. Recorded 5 CD's.
I started playing trumpet in the 5th grade and I also play the alto sax, keyboard, and my favorite: the guitar. I've been playing guitar for about 10 years and have taught lessons for about 3 years.
I've taught all ages from 7 years old up to 70, so all ages are welcome!
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."