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Piano / Keyboards

Ken Herman

Piano and 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 Campbell
and 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.


He taught Music History and Appreciation at San Diego State
University until he was hired by the Los Angeles Times’ San Diego
Edition to cover classical music in San Diego County. He continues to
cover music for SanDiegoStory.com and has won numberous awards
for his music criticism. He is currently organist for Our Savior’s
Lutheran Church.

Christine McClurg

Violin, Piano, Viola, Cello

Ms. McClurg earned her Bachelors of Arts in Music Performance from Point Loma Nazarene. She has performed at Copley Symphony Hall and toured twice in Europe and Russia and continues to perform locally.  

 

She is a credentialed Suzuki teacher and teaches in group settings (including Montesorri classrooms) as well as private lessons. Christine has a passion for sharing the gift of music with students of all ages.

Drew Decker, M.S.

Guitar / Bass / Ukulele / Keyboard / Piano / Harmonica

Founding MCCM Director, Drew Decker, has a passion for teaching people to play music in groups.   Having played professionally for many years, he learned how music can bring people together in powerful ways, and he has found in his two decades of teaching that the student who really stick with it and succeed are those in play with others. 

 

Mr. Decker has a master's degree in instruction and uses leading edge digital tools to make the highest quality print and digital teaching materials. 

Click HERE to book a lesson with Drew today

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