Help us find the instructor who's the best fit for you. Click the button above to tell us more about what you're looking for.
Guitar / Bass / Songwriting
George A. Sanger learned to pick guitar and bass back in '72, from Coronado Marching Band director and surf guitar legend Bob Demmon of The Astronauts. Inspired with a thirst for jamming and forming bands, George has loved teaching his friends to get up and playing quickly on those instruments ever since. That thirst led to a degree in composition from Occidental College. In the '80's, his band played the LA hot spots during the New Wave scene.
Bass / Guitar / Ukulele
Luke is a San Diego-based professional touring musician who studied bass and guitar for 8 years under the tutelage of MCCM's own Drew Decker. Over the past few years, he has toured across the US extensively with his bands Elektric Voodoo and Rally Club and logged hundreds of studio hours as a session bass player.
Sharon DuBois is a Jazz Artist who has been performing professionally since the age of 20 and teaching Jazz education and voice lessons for the past 8 years. DuBois has been writing songs since she was a teenager and plays piano and guitar.
Guitar / Bass / Electronica
Will Edwards is a full-time musician who began playing guitar so that he could be in a middle school band. He studied music at the university level - focusing on advanced music theory.
Piano / Organ
A native of Chicago, IL, Ken started studying piano when he was in grade school, and he served as an accompanist for his high school choir. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, where he studied piano with Arthur Campbelland organ with David N. Johnson and Paul Ensrud. He received his Master of Arts in Music History at San Diego State University, where he studied under the musicologist Jaroslav Mracek.
Guitar / Bass / Piano / Keyboard / Ukulele / Drums / Percussion
From the west coast to the east coast and back again, Genevieve has experienced and taught music for 10 years to a multitude of diverse students.
Aaron Lind is an experienced guitarist and composer based in San Diego. He completed undergraduate and master’s degrees at the University of New Orleans, remaining for 16 years to absorbing the rich music and cultural heritage. His primary teachers were Steve Masakowski and Hank Mackie, and he currently studies with renowned jazz guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg.