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Camps

Rock Band
Ages 13 - 17
Parker Studio Location
John Group

Rock Band

The Allegro Rock Band Camp is a tradition that we love! Come join this fun group of talented musicians…get ready to ROCK!!! Performance at end of week is TBD, but will take place on either the Friday after camp or Saturday. Please check with your private teacher to make sure this is a good fit for you.

Monday, Jul. 22 - Friday, Jul. 26
9:00am - 2:00pm Daily

$299.00   Register

Group Classes

Music FunTime
Ages 5 - 7
Parker Studio Location
Michele W.

Music Fun Time

Give your child a life-long learning advantage! This award winning program is entertaining and education. Above all, it's fun! Your child will learn about and play a variety of instruments, a perfect introduction to music.

Tuesdays 11:00am - 11:30am
Month to month

$99.00/month   Register

Music FunTime
Ages 1 - 3
Parker Studio Location
Maggie H.

Music Fun Time

Give your child a life-long learning advantage! This award winning program is entertaining and education. Above all, it's fun! Your child will learn about and play a variety of instruments, a perfect introduction to music.

Wednesdays 10:00am - 10:30am
Month to month

$99.00/month   Register

Music FunTime
Ages 3 - 5
Parker Studio Location
Michele W.

Music Fun Time

Give your child a life-long learning advantage! This award winning program is entertaining and education. Above all, it's fun! Your child will learn about and play a variety of instruments, a perfect introduction to music.

Wednesdays 10:30am - 11:00am
Month to month

$99.00/month   Register

Music FunTime
Ages 5 - 7
Parker Studio Location
Maggie H.

Music Fun Time

Give your child a life-long learning advantage! This award winning program is entertaining and education. Above all, it's fun! Your child will learn about and play a variety of instruments, a perfect introduction to music.

Wednesdays 11:00am - 11:30am
Month to month

$99.00/month   Register


Ages 13 - 99
Parker Studio Location
Rick H.

Adult /Teen Beginning Steel Band

Mondays 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Month to month

$140.00/month   Register


Ages 13 - 99
Parker Studio Location
Rick H.

Advanced Steel Band - Previous Steel Drum experience required

This group has been playing for 20 years! Come join this fun group of adults and teens to learn classics calypsos, reggae tunes, and pop hits on the steel pans.

Mondays 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Month to month

$95.00/month   Register

Music FunTime
Ages 3 - 5
Parker Studio Location
Michele W.

Music Fun Time

Give your child a life-long learning advantage! This award winning program is entertaining and education. Above all, it's fun! Your child will learn about and play a variety of instruments, a perfect introduction to music.

Tuesdays 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Month to month

$99.00/month   Register

Violin, Cello, Viola, Violin/Viola
Ages 8 - Adults
Parker Studio Location
Michele W.

Homeschool Orchestra - Group 1

No experience necessary - Beginner Class (Starting at Age 8 and Up) - Class would meet every Tuesday 1-2 PM - Will cover the basics of playing a string instrument - 1 Concert guaranteed per Semester - Music genres covered will include classical and pop/Disney Ensemble playing is a core part of being a musician, and helps kids learn and practice life skills such as compromising, problem solving, teamwork, and personal responsibility.

Tuesdays 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Month to month

$120.00/month   Register

Private Lessons

30 min. 45 min. 60 min.
1/week, billed monthly
Guitar (ages 7+)

Adrielle P.

Adrielle Powers has been playing guitar since the age of 14. She has been teaching guitar lessons for all ages and levels since 2012. Though she has a background in classical music, she enjoys teaching all genres and styles. Adrielle has performed at several venues around Denver including Herman's Hideaway, Cervantes' Ballroom and Other Side, Barfly, and The Oriental. She is also an avid participator in the local open mic scene at venues such as The Alley, Roxy on Broadway, Lion's Lair, and Mozart's. As a teacher, Adrielle aims to encourage her students to be able to read and write music as well as understand rhythm, harmony, and melody. Concepts that she focuses on include but are definitely not limited to scales, chords, standard notation, tablature, improvisation, and theory. Her goal is for students to feel empowered to learn any song they want and be able to create the music they want.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 5+),   Violin (ages 5+)

Ashley I.

Ashley is studying at the University of Colorado Denver with a minor in Music Performance and plays in the MSU Denver Symphony Orchestra. She began her musical career playing violin at a young age and quickly fell in love with music. She then enjoyed performing in orchestras, joined various music programs, and began her musical training in piano.

She's now an accomplished pianist and violinist with many years of musical training, orchestra performance, and solo performance experience. She has a talent for passing on her passion and inspiring all her students to grow in their musical journeys.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Monday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Friday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Sunday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 7+),   Trumpet (ages 2+),   French Horn (ages 2+),   Trombone (ages 2+),   Tuba (ages 2+)

Austin K.

Austin is originally from Ocala, Florida where he picked up both piano and trumpet at age ten. Since then he’s had a strong love of music of all kinds and has taken every opportunity he has to perform. In 2020, he completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance and moved to pursue his Master’s in Trumpet Performance at the University of Denver. Since his arrival in Denver, he has completed his degree, taught private music lessons, and performed often. Comfortable in both the classical and jazz idiom, on both of his instruments, he finds himself able to fit in to nearly any musical environment. Currently he is a full time member of the Colorado Brass, and a part-time or substitute member of the Colorado Wind Ensemble, Jefferson Symphony Orchestra, Stratus Chamber Orchestra, and the Denver Brass. When he isn’t performing music, Austin enjoys writing his own pieces. He has written chamber works for brass ensembles, solos for various friends, as well as scores for short films. Other instruments Austin has performed on include electric bass, euphonium and marching bass drum.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

Flute (ages 5+),   Saxophone (ages 2+),   Trumpet (ages 2+),   Saxophone - Tenor (ages 2+)

Brian C.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Friday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Sunday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 6+),   Drums (ages 5+),   Audio (ages 13+)

Dante L.

WEDNESDAY: DRUMS ONLY

THURSDAY: PIANO ONLY

SUNDAY: DRUMS ONLY

Dante is a drummer, percussionist, pianist, and audio engineer based in the Denver area. He began learning to play the drum set and percussion in 3rd grade when he started lessons at Allegro! While he enjoys working on his craft, he believes that sharing the knowledge and passing down the skills he has acquired is one of the most important aspects of music. Additionally, while it’s great to practice and work hard, Dante believes music should be a fun experience for both the performer and the listener!

Throughout his life, Dante has spent his time playing and listening to a lot of jazz, latin, rock, hip-hop, pop, and indie rock music. He played in his high school’s Jazz, Symphonic, Concert, and Marching Bands, as well as the Musical’s Pit Orchestra, Choir Ensembles, Wolverine Symphony Orchestra, and Winter Percussion Ensemble. Outside of school, he played percussion for the All State Orchestra and the Continental League Honor Band. While in high school, he also discovered his love for piano, and began pursuing it as his secondary instrument. He played drum set and piano at a church for 6 years, while also filling in on bass and guitar, and as the live sound engineer.

Dante earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Music with an emphasis in Recording Arts at the University of Colorado Denver in December 2023! At CU Denver, he dove into all things audio while improving his playing through studying Latin Music and Latin Percussion. He currently plays in a few groups ranging from Latin Jazz to Funk and Pop. Playing his first show at Dazzle in 8th grade, Dante has grown up playing music all around Denver.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 4+),   Violin (ages 2+),   Flute (ages 8+),   Saxophone (ages 8+),   Trumpet (ages 8+),   French Horn (ages 8+),   Bassoon/Oboe (ages 10+),   Trombone (ages 8+),   Tuba (ages 13+),   Cello (ages 10+),   Clarinet (ages 8+),   Viola (ages 8+),   Oboe (ages 10+),   Upright Bass (ages 2+),   Violin/Viola (ages 2+),   Euphonium (ages 12+)

David G.

Hello! My name is David and I have been either playing or teaching music for over 30 years. I started piano lessons at the age of six and quickly made a transition to clarinet when I was 9 and oboe when I was 10. I have been playing the oboe ever since so I have been playing this instrument for 27 years. Along the way I picked up many instruments to learn and experienced the wonder that each one can bring me. I learned the bassoon, English horn, clarinet, alto saxophone and trumpet before I went into college. At the university of Arizona, where I earned my bachelor's in music education, I learned the flute, violin, viola, cello, bass, French horn, baritone, Tuba, and percussion instruments as part of my degree and personal growth. While I was in high school and college, I tutored many students on an array of different instruments, everything from piano to tuba. I was hired right out of college in 2010 in Tucson, Arizona for my first music education job, an orchestra position that I remained in for 5 years. During that time, I taught hundreds of students string instruments like the violin, viola, cello and double bass, while also growing the orchestra program at the school substantially. I then got married in 2015 to my wonderful wife, Rebecca, who is also a music educator and we lived in Florida for a few years. During that time, I worked multiple jobs one of which was privately teaching students on a variety of instruments. My wife and I made the decision to move to Colorado in 2017 where I got a job teaching both band and orchestra at Elizabeth Middle School, where I still remain today. We now have two handsome boys, Ezra and Elijah, and we both thoroughly enjoy teaching music to young people wherever we can find them. I have always had a passion for teaching music to the next generation and there are few things that give me as much pleasure as when a young person decides to make music a part of their life.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Monday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Friday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Sunday at Parker Studio Location

Guitar (ages 6+),   Bass (ages 8+),   Audio (ages 16+),   Theory (ages 14+),   Music Production (ages 14+)

Eric S.

At first glance, you may think Eric could play every big hair 80’s guitar solo, and you would probably be right. But have some ‘Patience’ and don’t ‘Jump’ to conclusions about this member of our Motley crew. Eric dug deep into jazz at Boise State University, and studied film scoring at University of Colorado, found himself playing in orchestra pits, and toured as a country guitarist while taking his rock guitar gymnastics to venues from coast to coast.
With 30+ years of playing and 25+ years of teaching, there isn’t much Eric hasn’t played or taught. He also has a great deal of experience in other aspects of the field in live audio and recording settings.
Come see our resident chef (fun fact—Eric also has a culinary degree) and get your chops well done.
 

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Monday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Tuesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

Ethan S.

Having taught private lessons on 5 different instruments for 2 years at Guitar Center, multi-instrumentalist and educator Ethan Sauer utilizes teaching elements from the pedagogical approaches of Dalcroze, Kodaly, and Suzuki methods. While earning his BME and BM; a double major in Musical Performance and Music Education at Metropolitan State University of Denver, Ethan worked with incredibly inspirational professors, including Mark Harris, Dr. Carla Aguilar, Dr. Brandon Matthews, MB Krueger, Christopher Keelan, and Cherise Leiter. Ethan practices various musical styles and has performed in several ensemble settings, including mariachi bands, western classical orchestras, jazz combos, various rock bands, sound painting combos, and opera accompaniments. Ethan’s specialties lie in instrumental technique, inclusive instruction, and western classical music. He has explored and practiced the technical skills for upwards of 16 individual instruments, including double bass, violin, viola, cello, guitar, electric bass, drumkit, voice, banjo, ukulele, recorder, flute, oboe, clarinet, Alto saxophone, and piano. In his studies at MSU Denver, inclusive instruction was his primary approach and pedagogical focus; he strives to make sure every music student feels safe and included in the musical environment and that they have fun while exploring music. Having studied classical double bass as his primary instrument throughout school, Ethan is expertly well versed in all things western classical music: styles, genres, techniques, approaches, and beyond. Ethan is currently in the works of assembling a Sound Painting ensemble, one which is built on experimental music explored with vivid and open imagination.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 2+)

Gerard

Gerard (Jerry) is a composer and pianist was raised in Belleville, New Jersey and just recently arrived in Colorado. He’s got a long list of prestigious degrees and has studied with some A-List performers. A true expert in all things piano...and conducting. From Rutgers University to Allegro Music, that’s quite a change but he’s ready to take on new students and a new state!

$36.00/lesson, Starting Jul 16th, 2024

Tuesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Starting Jul 17th, 2024

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

Cello (ages 2+)

Ian B.

Ian is a cellist with a passion for inspiring people in their journey of music. Just like any journey, you need the proper support and tools to succeed. Ian works with cello students on theory, technique, musicality, growth mindset, and most importantly, learning to love the instrument and music they play. While he is classically trained, Ian loves to help students find their musical voice in whatever genre they are passionate about. Whether your dream is to play at home for enjoyment or to become a professional cellist, he will work with you to help you towards those dreams. His encouragement to students is to find what inspires them in music and pursue it fearlessly. As Beethoven aptly put it, "To play a wrong note is insignificant; to play without passion is inexcusable!" Ian has played in a variety of events and musical groups such as the Denver Young Artist's Orchestra, the Vittoria Ensemble, 828 Music Ministry, church worship services, and weddings. He also enjoys being on the Douglas County Youth Orchestra's sectional faculty where he gets to mentor and help fabulous young musicians polish up their repertoire before concerts. Ian now studies under cellist Olga Ogranovitch as he pursues his career in teaching and cello performance.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Monday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

Guitar (ages 6+),   Ukulele (ages 5+),   Bass (ages 7+)

Jason B.

Jason started playing guitar at the age of 9 and knew very quickly that this is what he wanted to do with his life. He was originally drawn to heavier types of music as that's where he noticed the highest level of proficiency in musicianship, particularly the guitar playing. He was quickly drawn to guitar oriented bands like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden, then was introduced to more progressive bands like Dream Theater and Fates Warning, which quickly formed a direction for his own playing. He started studying at the Denver Guitar Institute at the age of 14 and gained an appreciation for music theory while studying scales, modes, chords, songwriting and arranging. In his early 20s he formed a band called The Quiet Room which was a progressive metal band at the cutting edge of the genre. They eventually signed to Metal Blade Records, recording two full length discs. In support of the album releases they toured the US and Canada sharing the stage with the likes of Yngwie Malmsteen, Dream Theater, Gary Hoey, Savatage, Anvil, Iced Earth etc. Jason has also always had a love for acoustic guitar music and has spent a lot of time focusing on nylon string guitar techniques, like classical and flamenco, as well as steel string style guitar music such as singer songwriter and double handed tapping. Jason has been teaching guitar and bass for over twenty years to students of all ages and playing levels. He is able to teach various styles and is known to be very patient and able to explain complex subjects in simple terms. Jason customizes each lesson to the student’s desires and goals and doesn’t believe in a “one size fits all” approach to teaching

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Tuesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

Guitar (ages 7+),   Ukulele (ages 5+),   Bass (ages 7+),   Rock Band (ages 2+)

John G.

Much like The Beatles and Pink Floyd, John’s Birthplace and passion for music began in the United Kingdom. With Scottish parents, one a graduate in physics and the other a classical musician, they would inspire him with musical artists such as Beethoven, Queen, Andrea Bocelli, and The Cranberries. Some of his oldest memories are of his mother playing Moonlight Sonata while he sat under the piano playing with legos. John moved to Sweden when he was 4, and North America when he was 9. He picked up the Saxophone in 3rd grade and on one faithful Christmas morning his first electric guitar. John began taking music lessons in Chester New Jersey and needless to say his destiny was forever changed. In high school his parents enrolled him at the Long Valley School of Rock. During his curriculum he started joining bands with paying gigs, studied at Berklee through scholarship programs, and after graduating Honors in Music Theory and Orchestra with Double Bass at Mendham High school, he became a School of Rock alumni. John went on to study Music Therapy and Psychology through the Jazz Guitar Performance Program at Montclair State University, as well as receive a Master Luthier Certification at the Summit School of Guitar Building and Repair in Vancouver Island Canada, where he also worked hosting open mics and playing in local bands. As many good stories come full circle, his trade schooling finished in Umeå with an internship at Jakobsson Guitars in back in Sweden. As a luthier John has worked with Breedlove Guitars as a Quality Control Specialist alongside instruments for the likes of Dave Mathews, and has built with Weber Mandolins for artists such as Keb Mo. John is a Luthier, Instructor, and performing artist with an avid musical career. Through his dedication to the art and cultivation of music, John has now come full circle to provide that same dedication towards teaching and nurturing his students at Allegro Music.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Friday at Parker Studio Location

Saxophone (ages 2+),   Clarinet (ages 2+)

Julian R.

Hello, my name is Julian Ruiz and I’m so excited to help you reach new musical heights! As a music education and clarinet performance graduate from CU Boulder, I find myself teaching music and playing it in equal amounts. I’m a licensed music educator and regularly substitute teach in various school districts. I also privately teach the clarinet and saxophone as well as assist with school music programs. A few examples of recognized groups that I’ve worked with are the Colorado Honor Band Association, Denver Young Artist Orchestra, and El Sistema Colorado. I regularly perform in a variety of settings such as orchestras, chamber groups, and solo. I participate in competitions such as the annual International Clarinet Association’s Young Artist Competition as well as performance festivals such as the Aria Summer Music Academy, Rocky Ridge Music Center, and more. I look forward to meeting you and can’t wait to get started!

No timeslots available at the moment.

Piano (ages 3+)

Kevin S.

A student and teacher in several musical arenas, Kevin is an accomplished pianist, keyboardist, and recording engineer. He holds a bachelor's in the Recording Arts with Piano Performance Emphasis from the University of Colorado Denver. This education was preceded by almost two decades of instruction in piano and performance from several different teachers and mentors, passing on playing technique, practice skills, compositional ability, improvisational tools, and performance tips, all of which Kevin now shares with his students. He has participated in many musical endeavors over the years, including college ensembles, performing for local music groups and bands, supporting musicals from the orchestra pit, and serving in many different worship bands within and across state bounds, for churches, conferences, and rallies. Kevin's teaching strategy is based on a desire to pass on wanted skills to the student. Communication between teacher and student is key, and, for the younger crowd, bringing the parents in on progress and reports. Worship remains Kevin's specialty, given his experience in the local scene and his long list of teachers, mentors, and peers that have helped develop his skill as a worship keyboardist. Kevin excels in teaching his students to read chord charts, play well in and ensemble environment, and how to learn improvisation. Kevin believes in healthy motivation to improve, instruction in regular, effective practice, and making the learning process enjoyable. He is excited for each new student and the unique talents and ideas they will bring to the studio.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Friday at Parker Studio Location

Maggie H.

Maggie has many years of experience on Piano and Acoustic Guitar. Most importantly, she loves working with kids! 

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 5+),   Violin (ages 7+)

Michael P.

My name is Michael Perry, and I have been studying music for the last fourteen years. I started learning the piano from my mother when I was just six years old, and I also picked up the violin a few years later. I have had the opportunity to perform in dozens of local piano and violin recitals and travel to the Czech Republic to perform with the Colorado Youth Symphony Orchestra! Although my musical background is primarily classical, I enjoy listening to all genres of music! I have over six years of experience teaching violin and piano students, and I am excited to have an opportunity to teach at Allegro!

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Tuesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

Violin (ages 2+),   Cello (ages 2+),   Viola (ages 2+)

Michele W.

Michele is a performer and teacher who comes from Norman, Oklahoma. She has been teaching in classrooms and studios since 2009, and brings a wealth of knowledge of both instruments and how students learn into her lessons. Michele earned her Bachelor’s degree in Music Education with a string emphasis in 2014 from Arizona State University, and immediately moved to Oklahoma to pursue a Master’s program in Cello Performance from the University of Oklahoma, which she completed in 2016. Since graduating, she has created a thriving studio in Oklahoma, taught as the assistant orchestra teacher and sectional coach at a middle school for five years, and held the principal cello position for five years with the Oklahoma Chamber Symphony. She relocated to beautiful Colorado for her husband’s job and is excited to continue to teach and inspire the next generation of string musicians here! She is currently performing with the Longmont Symphony Orchestra and subs for the Greeley Philharmonic as needed. When she is not teaching, practicing, or performing, Michele enjoys crafting, video games, and spending time exploring Colorado with her husband and daughter.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Monday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Tuesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 5+)

Michelle B.

Michelle is originally from Arizona and started playing the piano at the age of 5. In addition to learning the piano , she also participated in musical theater, choir and played violin through college as well as learned to play the organ. One of her favorite things to do is being an accompanist and she has accompanied for several school and church choirs over the years. In her 20 years of private teaching experience she has taught students as young as 4 through adult. She loves to teach expression, chords and improvisation. Her goal with her students is that they have fun, grow an appreciation and love of music and continue to be challenged to improve their skills.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Monday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

Drums (ages 7+)

Richard C.

Rich Carlson is an accomplished, self-taught drummer who began playing when he was 14 years old, giving him over thirty five years of drumming experience. His drum technique is influenced by John Bonham, Tommy Aldridge and Denny Carmassi just to name a few. At the young age of 15 Rich began playing in bands in the San Francisco Bay Area. Rich played in an array of cover bands, playing 5 night a week to improve his skills and by the age of 20 was a proficient drummer playing the Bay Area club scene. His bands have included The Toys, Hari Kari, G Force, Autobahn, Horse, Bullet In The Chamber and Badd Boyz - a band that included Paul Shortino ( Rough Cutt, Quiet Riot and currently Raiding The Rock Vault, currently one of Las Vegas premier attractions.) Some highlights of Rich's musical career include auditioning for Ozzy Osbourne and getting a second call back and also opening up for many big name acts including Pat Benatar, Blue Oyster Cult, Great White and most recently Bret Michaels of Poison. Rich currently resides in Denver, Colorado and has been teaching drum lessons since 1993. Most students are typically able to play a song within two - four months of beginning lessons. Rich's approach to teaching is un-intimidating and his objective is for each student to have fun while learning and improving their skills. Rich is also a proud endorser of Pearl Drums and Sabian Cymbals and aside from teaching and playing live has performed on numerous Cds and does studio work as well.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Tuesday at Parker Studio Location

Drums (ages 7+)

Rick H.

Rick's been teaching and playing professionally since 1992. He's also the owner of Allegro Music! He teaches all percussion but loves helping beginners get started on snare drum and drum set. 

Besides teaching and running things at Allegro, Rick loves playing steel pans! He's been a member of several ensembles and but also runs 2 professional steel bands, Strings & Steel and Urban Island.

First Concert: David Bowie, Glass Spider Tour, 1987.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Thursday at Parker Studio Location

Piano (ages 5+),   Audio (ages 8+),   Theory (ages 6+)

Robert S.

Robert has a resume a mile long and you can read most of it below. Basically, he's our go-to guy for Music Theory, Composition, and Music Technology. Of course, most of his students are studying piano primarily. Robert is super talented and we've seen tremendous growth in all of his students!

Robert Strobel is an accomplished composer, performer, and teacher of all ages who wants to make learning music fun. Some of his favorite things include Ableton Live, music marketing, piano music, and writing for the orchestra. As a composer, he has over 20 commissions. Among those he has received through time include 2 commissions from the Barlow Endowment, Ladyslipper Ensemble, a work for some string players of the St. Louis Symphony (Mizzou NM Initiative), [TriO], The Missouri Quintet, and Columbia College, among others.

He undertook an artist residency at Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts, and won the Southwest American Prize in the electronic music category. He was also a finalist in the Orient/Occident orchestral competition where his recent orchestral work Life : Aaru was performed by the KLK Symphony Orchestra. He won 3rd place in the Bruno Maderna International Composers Competition. His music has been broadcast on WPRB Princeton in Marvin Rosen’s 25-hour new music marathon, and on Hawaii Public Radio, in the program “Singing and Other Sins.”

Recordings of his works can be found on Society of Composers, Inc. CD flare, and on the album Sn. His symphonic work From the Book of the Dead was a winner in the Missouri Orchestra Composers’ project. He also won the FSU sponsored Force Majeure Woodwind Quintet Competition.  His work Prairie Dog Rhapsody received a special mention at the Alfred Schnittke Composer's Forum and Competition. Some of the festivals he has attended include the TUTTI Festival, Source Song Festival, among others.  His music has been published by Holy Sheet Music, Aldebaran Editions in Italy, and Forton Music in the UK. Robert Strobel has a doctorate degree from Florida State University.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Saturday at Parker Studio Location

Guitar (ages 7+),   Voice/Guitar Combo (ages 7+)

Stephen L.

Stephen started his first band at the age of 15, where he performed as a classic rock guitarist and vocalist around Denver, performing songs from artists including Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and Rush. Stephen has also performed as an acoustic solo act, and can help students learn to sing and play. While his specialties include rock, blues and funk, Stephen is also proficient in fingerstyle guitar. With a heavy emphasis on rhythmic playing and improvisation, Stephen is a good fit for beginners of any age, as well as those wanting to learn more about music theory, soloing, performance, and basic songwriting. Along with his 5 years of experience teaching guitar, Stephen also performed and toured with the Colorado Children's Chorale as a child, where he sang in Canada, South Africa, Italy and Austria.

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Monday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Tuesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Wednesday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Saturday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Sunday at Parker Studio Location

Guitar (ages 5+),   Bass (ages 5+)

Will

William has 15 years of experience playing stringed instruments, as well as 3+ years of teaching. He plays bass/guitar in a number of Parker bands, and frequently performs at locals venues such as Tailgate, the Studio@Main Street, and the Takota. William specializes in fingerstyle/classical guitar and funk/slap bass, but loves playing across all genres and hopes to inspire his students to do the same. In addition to bass and guitar, he is also proficient on ukulele, mandolin, and cello. He is also well versed in music theory, and is the perfect choice for any beginner student looking to get a head start in live performance, or composing their own music. William believes in tailoring his teaching style to the needs of each individual student, while fostering a love for music and for practicing. 

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Saturday at Parker Studio Location

$36.00/lesson, Month to month

Sunday at Parker Studio Location