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Quality Music Instruction for children & Adults

Judy Lee - Violin


Judy Lee – Beethoven said that “To play a wrong note is insignificant; to play without passion is inexcusable.” Music is not just notes and rhythm, it touches our hearts and soul with beauty.  This inspires how I have been  teaching music and violin to my students of all ages for over 15 years.  I began playing the violin at age 8 and studied violin performance in Korea.  After graduating, I have been performing, teaching in Korea and the U.S in variety of settings including orchestra, trio and quartet.  Also, my experience includes conducting children and youth orchestras in public schools.  I enjoy working with children and love to see them grow their musical skills as well as the love of music.  My philosophy of teaching is influenced by Suzuki.   My belief is that every child has talent to learn music, just as they learn to speak their first language.  I am trained in the Suzuki methods and have certificate of MTAC.

Strings Teachers

David Cann - Violin, Viola


David Cann studied violin at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and violin and viola at the Nordwestdeutsche Musikakadamie, Detmold - Germany. His teachers include Tibor Varga on violin, and Rainer Moog (Berlin) and Bruno Giuranna on viola. He has played with many fine orchestras, including the Bamberger Symphoniker and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, and was for many years Principal Violist of the Munich Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Cann now plays with many Orchestras and Ensembles throughout the wider Bay Area. 


* Remote Lessons Only

Harrison Murphy - Guitar, & Ukulele


Harrison "Harry" Murphy offers an engaging and well versed approach to his students. With both an associate degree and immense passion for music, Harrison curates a unique lesson plan for each student, designed specifically to accomplish that student's goals. An avid composer, improviser, performer & recording artist, Harry offers an in depth insight into the vast world of music. With specialized instruction in drums, percussion, piano, guitar, voice & theory, Harrison strives to instill a deep and profound connection with his students and their musical self.


* Remote Lessons Only

Terrell Liedstrand - Violin, Ukulele


Terrell Liedstrand began playing music at an early age. His parents are professional musicians, and while growing up immersed in the fun of a musical household he learned several stringed instruments. During middle school and high school Terrell played violin in the orchestras, guitar in jazz bands and sang in choral ensembles. He then went on to study music at Diablo Valley College and in the Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific where he began, but has yet to finished, a Master Degree in Music Therapy.  Here he studied many aspects of music including theory, history, classical guitar, piano, singing, and the therapeutic use of music in educational, clinical  and community settings.  Terrell performs music regularly as a solo artist and in various music groups with friends and professionals.  He currently teaches guitar, violin, piano, ukulele and mandolin lessons. 

Jake Nunn - Ukelele


Jake Nunn is a professional musician and is the founder/lead vocalist/guitarist of Hysteria, as well as the lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist of the Oakland-based heavy metal band Hell Fire. He has gigged and toured alongside some of the most notable names in the metal genre, such as Death Angel, Jason Newsted (Metallica), Saxon, Exodus, High On Fire, The Casualties, and many more. Between Hysteria and Hell Fire, Jake has recorded and released 5 full length albums and will be releasing a 6th with Hell Fire in 2021.
 
Jake began his journey towards becoming a professional musician at the age of 5 and has dedicated his life to his passion for music. He specializes in guitar, but also teaches rock vocals, bass, and ukelele. With over 12 years of teaching experience; Jake’s laid back, comprehensive teaching style makes him an ideal teacher for students of all ages and genres. 

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