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Antonio M.

Fresno, CA

About Antonio

Antonio resides in Fresno, California. He has been playing drums for over 14 years. He has performed extensively around the central valley and California. He studied classical theory and has a BA degree in Jazz Performance from CSU, Fresno State. Awards and merits include Outstanding Overall College Performer of the 2007 Reno Jazz Festival, winner of the regional guitar center drum off for 2003 and 2008. He has taught privately for 6 years and at Fresno schools including ACEL Charter High School, Kipp Charter and currently at Kepler Charter. Antonio has shared the stage opening for act such as Heart, The English Beat, The Doobie Brothers, The Wailers, The Skatalites, Vodoo Glow Skulls, The Aggrolites, The Toasters, Fishbone, Long Beach Dub All-Stars, Christian McBride Trio, Tera ...

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Anastasia H.

Fresno, CA

About Anastasia

Anastasia is a trained music therapist. Her passions of music and helping others are combined in this profession. She is a recent transplant to Fresno from Phoenix, AZ. Where she completed an internship working with children with developmental disabilities. She is qualified to work with all populations in Music Therapy and would love to provide services to clients in the Fresno area. Additionally she has been teaching music for four years. She completed two degrees, one in vocal performance and another in music therapy. Her training qualifies her to teach voice, piano, guitar, drums (hand drums and drum set) and had additional training in singing bowl therapy. She loves to teach children through adults and also has some great methods for adapted lessons for those with special needs.

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Kara P.

Fresno, CA

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Kara M. is an award-winning educator with a background in Alternative and Special Education, who has been involved with students from a variety of school districts within the Fresno and Madera County Office of Education. Mrs. M.'s education includes a B.A. in Liberal Arts; M.A in Management; and post-graduate degree in Organizational Behaviors. Her academic proficiencies include a Professional Clear Multiple Subject Credential; Administrative Services Certificate; Supplemental Authorizations in English, Health Science, and Music; NCLB qualifications in Language Arts, Science, Self-Contained K-8, Science, Math, Music, and all the Social Sciences. Mrs. M. also ...

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koua V.

Fresno, CA

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Koua V., age 25, completed his Bachelor degree in Musical Instrumental Performance at CSU Fresno State under Dr. Corey Whitehead. Koua has played in numerous concerts and festivals. Some include the CSU Fresno Guitar Ensemble performing the Violin Concerto "Spring" from The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi, the String Quartet in G Major "The Serenade" by Franz Josef Haydn, live for Comcast 93, San Joaquin Valley. Koua has also played for the La Bella New Concert Artist at the Bonner Auditorium Fresno Art Museum. Currently, Koua is the guitarist and youth song director for Hmong Baptist Church. Some of his hobbies include fishing, being outdoors, sports, cars, and helping others when they need a hand

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Zach L.

Fresno, CA

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Hi Im Zach! I have been playing drum for 12 years. I have played in everything from a punk rock band to a church band. I specialize in drums but I also own a recording studio. I play in a band called Revival Worship out of Fresno, Ca and we are currently working on our first EP, which I am producing along with a friend from Arizona. I would love to give you lessons on drums or recording in person or over Skype just let me know!!!

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