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  • Albert Romero

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  • Alex Noice


    Alexander Noice is a guitarist, composer, producer and bandleader based in Los Angeles. Known for his highly personalized style of composition and playing best displayed by his ensembles Falsetto Teeth and the Alexander Noice Sextet; Noice has been a highly sought after musician in the creative music scene in Los Angeles and abroad for the past decade.

    Noice has performed and toured extensively throughout United States, Europe, Australia, Japan, and South America performing with many notable artists such as Charlie Haden, Wadada Leo Smith,Vincent Gallo, Art Ensembles of Chicago’s Famoudou Don Moye, Vinny Golia, Dorian Wood, and Daniel Rosenboom to name a few.

    Though Noice first gained attention as a highly accomplished guitarist with an unmistakably strong command and unique voice on the instrument; he was soon gaining recognition for his work as a composer through his various ensembles most notably Falsetto Teeth and the Alexander Noice Sextet. He has also composed for string quartets, wind quintets, film, jazz ensembles and a myriad of other configurations.

    Whatever the situation might be, Noice puts his musical stamp on every project he is a part of, an his talents have placed him in increasingly high demand among some of todays most innovative and daring musicians in all genres.

  • Anna Wallace


    Anna Wallace is a DJ, composer, performer and educator based out of Los Angeles. She is a classically trained mezzo soprano who has been teaching voice lessons since 2008. Anna plays cosmic music in Holy Pink and teaches Baby DJ School, a research-based music program where babies and toddlers learn how to DJ and explore DJ culture in order to accelerate their development. Previously, she was a licensed Kindermusik educator and Music History professor at Full Sail University, specializing in early roots and rock and roll music.

    Anna feels a special relationship to plants and incorporates them in a lot of her work. Always interested in pursuing her love of music in a therapeutic way, she practices sound healing, kundalini yoga and meditation.

  • Brian Havey


    Los Angeles native Brian Havey started playing piano at the age of 15 and has been immersed ever since. Though well-versed in many musical styles, Brian spends most of his time exploring creative improvised music and composition. When he's not in his studio composing music & designing sounds for indie video games, the accomplished pianist performs throughout the U.S. and Europe, and nerds out building software synthesizers & generative music algorithms that create music on the fly. As a recording artist, Brian has released over half a dozen albums and EPs, including jazz & electronic music.

    As a teacher, Brian is focused on teaching strong fundamentals that emphasize reading and good rhythm, with the ultimate goal of teaching students, young or old, musical self-reliance. While a bit no-nonsense, Brian has a growing library of custom arrangements and exercises he gives students of all levels to not only help them grow musically but maintain interest.

    Brian holds three music degrees, including a Masters degree from California Institute of the Arts. Brian is the current keyboardist for Captain Beefheart's Magic Band.

  • Cari Stevens

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  • Chris Korangy


    Chris Korangy is a Berklee College of Music graduate with over 15 years of experience as a pianist, composer and teacher. Aside from his classical training that he received growing up in London, he is also an accomplished jazz pianist, composer and arranger. He has written, orchestrated and recorded original music for numerous theatre productions both in the U.S. and U.K. and has performed extensively as a pianist in the U.S. and throughout Europe. He is currently involved in developing interactive animations and graphics for the purpose of enhancing music education for children.

    As a teacher, nothing gives him greater joy than to witness a student express themselves confidently and proficiently through music, and for them to break through their beliefs about what they thought they could and couldn't do.

    He believes every student is unique with their own special talents and challenges to overcome. It is his hope and purpose as a teacher to find out the very best way for his students to not only reach their goals, but to surpass them!

  • Chris Lee


    Chris Lee is Los Angeles based pianist, composer, music producer and educator. After graduating from prestigious Berklee college of Music in Boston, he relocated to Los Angeles to work with various film composers such as Jeff Rona, Mike Suby, and Joey Newman whose film/Tv/game credit include “God of War2,” “The Butterfly Effect,” “Keeping up with the Kardashians,” and etc. Chris Lee also composed additional music for ABC television series, “Make It or Break It.” Besides composing, he is equally passionate in performing jazz piano. While working in Los Angeles, he made an acquaintance with Credia, one of the biggest classical music management companies in Korea and toured with renowned violist Richard O’Neill, performing in front of thousands of audience at venues such as Sejong Arts Center which aired on national TV. Chris is also an avid educator, having taught jazz and classical piano to wide range of groups from beginners to professional. He is currently attending USC to further his musicianship and will be graduating in 2018 with Master’s degree in jazz piano.
  • Cooper Babbes

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  • Cooper Wolken


    Cooper Wolken is a drummer, composer, and music educator living in Los Angeles, CA. Growing up in the woods of Massachusetts, he began studying drums at an early age. He completed studies at New England Conservatory’s preparatory school, then moved to LA to attend California Institute of the Arts where he earned a BFA in jazz drumset.

    Currently, Cooper is an active member in LA’s creative music community. In addition to playing experimental and improvised music, he works extensively in rock, pop, folk, and jazz styles.

    As a teacher, his aim is to inspire curiosity and passion about music while developing the skills necessary for growth. Lessons will be shaped to each student's unique learning strengths, and they’ll be positively guided in developing fundamental technique and facility around the drumset. They will be encouraged to explore the possibilities of the instrument, and ultimately find their own creative voice on the drums.
  • Christin Hablewitz


    Christin is passionate in her efforts to expand the repertoire to meet our ever-evolving global society. While rooted in classical clarinet, along with some jazz, she has branched off to study, perform, educate and expose listeners to a variety of amazing music including, Classical Persian and North Indian, Brazilian Choro, Trinidadian Calypso, Cuban Danzon, Klezmer and America's hybridization of it all.

    In 2012 she completed a MFA in clarinet performance fromCalifornia Institute of the Arts in Southern California. She has also received a M.A. in Creativity & Arts Education fromSan Francisco State University and B.A. in Music fromNorthern Illinois University in Music Education. Christin performs on clarinet, bass clarinet, flutes and steel drums in various ensembles, including Los Angeles Clarinet Choir,Zetz Klezmer Ensemble, KREation Ensemble, Steel Jam Steel Band, and many more.

    Music education has also played an important role in her life and she continues to teach students from beginners to advance players, privately and school ensembles. Christin has a passion for teaching students and performing new music, world music, improvisation and integrating various art forms in a classical context.

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  • Danny Wood


    Daniel Wood is a composer of new opera and new chamber music and experimental filmmaker born based in Los Angeles. He attended Whittier College where he studied with Dr. Teresa LeVelle in composition and Dr. Tyler W. Tom in solo piano. There he received the Friends of Music Scholarship among other merit-based scholarships such as the John Greenleaf Whittier Award. During high school he attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts as a piano major while simultaneously studying at the Colburn School with Dr. Stephen Cook. He performed as a soloist and accompanist in Zipper Hall on numerous occasions as well as the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion as a collaborative pianist. Daniel has also attended Interlochen Academy for the Arts, the Bard Summer Conducting Program with Harold Farberman, the Etchings Festival where he had lessons and master classes with Louis Karchin, Dominique Schafer, John Aylward, and Fabien Levy. More recently Daniel premiered pieces at the Academia dell'arte in Arezzo and the soundScape festival in Maccagno.

    After finishing a BFA in composition at California Institute of the Arts with composers Karen Tanaka, Wolfgang von Schweinitz, and most recently Anne LeBaron, Daniel moved to Los Angeles where he teaches and performs.

  • David Rhodes


    David Rhodes is a Los Angeles composer, pianist, and teacher. Before completing his MFA in the California Institute of the Arts Performer-Composer program, Mr. Rhodes worked with an experimental theater company in San Francisco as resident composer and music director, where he received exemplary reviews for his "mesmerizing" and "ethereal" scores for theater and short films. He has worked closely with such composers as David Crumb, Rob Kyr, Michael Jon Fink, Wolfgang von Schweinitz and Ulrich Krieger, with piano studies under Victor Steinhardt and Vicky Ray. David's music has been performed in San Francisco, New York, Brazil, and Los Angeles where he continues to compose for ensembles of mixed instrumentation and film. He splits his time between practicing (standard and contemporary repertoire), composing (commercial, film, and stage music), and running his studio/music school, Rhodes School of Music.

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  • Emilio Cuenca


    Emilio Cuenca's teaching method has evolved throughout his 8 years of teaching experience into an all-inclusive approach, which he tailors to every student's needs. He believes in the well-rounded musician and includes theory, harmony, solfeggio and ear-training, along with performance practice. He equips his students with the skills necessary to play genres from Baroque to Pop to Salsa, to sight-read for their personal enjoyment and to play with others. His goal is to enable his students to fulfill their own musical aspirations.

    Emilio was raised in Southern California and has studied piano in Italy, Spain, Mexico and in both coasts of the U.S. He enjoys cooking, playing "air instruments" while listening to old classical records and is an avid lap swimmer.

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  • Evan Montgomery


    Evan Montgomery has been an educator, performer, and composer for over 15 years. He received his Masters in Jazz Guitar Performance from California Institute of the Arts in 2015, and his Bachelors in Classical Guitar Performance from Lawrence University in 2009.

    In lessons Evan focuses on several basic concepts; time/rhythm, fretboard harmony/theory, and musicality/creativity. Evan believes that music is a joy to be shared by all, and is dedicated to creating a lesson plan that caters to the students needs and wishes. Though excelling in jazz, classical, and improvised music, Evan has performed and worked with musicians and artists of every genre. He strives to share this appreciation for all types of music with his students.

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  • George Silva


    George Silva, a Los Angeles native, is a performer/composer/instructor who has been studying music for over 15 years. George has an extensive education in music, having received his A.A in Guitar Performance from Los Angeles College of Music and his BFA and MFA in Jazz Studies - Guitar from California Institute of the Arts. Being a native to the Los Angeles area has given George a unique understanding and insight into music’s ability and role in cultivating diversity and inclusivity within the community.

    As a performer and instructor, this exposure to diversity has given George the ability to develop practical lesson plans that take influence from both western and eastern music styles. Since 2014, George’s time as an instructor with Plaza de la Raza as well as San Gabriel and Los Angeles Unified School Districts has given him the honor of being a part of over 200 students’ music-learning experiences.

  • Grace Rodgers

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  • Jake Sucher


    Jake Sucher is a Los Angeles based musician and educator. He graduated from the California Institute of the Arts Herb Albert School of Music on May 16th, 2014 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Studies. He currently does work as a free-lance film composer, private music teacher, and performing musician. As a composer and performer, Jake has received many honors. His compositions for film have been featured two years in a row at the CalArts film showcase at REDCAT in downtown Los Angeles. In the summer 2015 Jake was invited to participate in an art residency at No Lugar Contemporary Art in Quito, Ecuador where he collaborated with artists from around the world and premiered original sound design. As a performer, Jake has had the opportunity to record his own composition for jazz quartet at Capitol Records for the 2014 CalArts Jazz CD. He also tours and performs regularly around Los Angeles.

    Jake's first job, as a sophomore in high school, was teaching piano and guitar to the neighborhood kids. Today Jake has worked on the faculty of various educational organizations including West Coast Music Academy, Valencia Seoul Music, the Academy of Technology Art and Music, and Gand Camp Music Tech and still maintains a private studio of students.
  • Jaron Crespi


    Jaron Crespi is a pianist, producer, songwriter, and teacher based in Los Angeles. He began studying the piano at age nine, then picked up the guitar at age thirteen and has been writing songs ever since. He studied jazz guitar at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary music in New York City before transferring to California Institute of the Arts where he would receive his BFA in jazz piano.

    While at CalArts Jaron created and composed music for large-scale, interdisciplinary artistic performances in which he incorporated the talents of dancers, play-writes, set designers, filmmakers, and fine artists. Jaron is currently involved in the LA music scene as a producer and songwriter, collaborating with various artists and exploring a wide stylistic range.

  • Jessica Lin

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  • Justin Asher


    Justin Asher is a Los Angeles based composer, sound designer, and multimedia artist who’s work reflects the tumultuous relationships humans have with their technologies. His art focuses on production-as-instrument, feedback, speech, hyper-acoustics, and sonic archetypes. He works comfortably in both experimental and commercial settings.

    He can be heard on all forms of media, public and private, throughout the universe.

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  • Laura Anderson


    Laura Jean Anderson was born in Olympia, Washington and has been playing music since the moment she could make noise. Originally focusing on the study of voice with a classical and jazz background, Laura Jean received her BFA in Vocal Performance from California Institute of the Arts, where she had the privilege to work with some of the best teachers in the country. After expanding musically, Laura Jean began to explore the world of guitar playing and composition, where she has found another passion. Although based in Los Angeles, Laura Jean travels the country with sensation Jomama Jones as well as with her own original music with the project The Lady and stays involved with many different projects as a musician in salsa, MoTown, soul, country, jazz and folk bands. Laura Jean has performed in various groups in many admirable venues throughout the county including The Kirk Douglas and Red Cat Theatre (Los Angeles), Fifth Avenue Theatre and Experimental Music Project Museum (Seattle), Joe’s Pub (NYC), Salvage Vanguard Theatre and Mohawk (Austin), and Victory Gardens (Chicago). Laura Jean has taught voice, piano, songwriting and guitar since she was 17. She is enthusiastic about giving students the feeling that they can achieve anything they set their mind to. Her approach is tailored to the student’s desires at the same time as pushing for expansion and experience.

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  • Laura Mills

    “Laura Mills is an award-winning vocalist, with a warm and soulful depth in her tone that turns every head when she begins to sing. Her voice is emotive and authentic, whether the song be in English, Italian or French.”

    As a tutor, she believes that her students' growth and success is rooted in her personal connection with them; a safe passage through finding their own unique voice and true capabilities. As the voice develops, so does an appreciation for the mysteriousness and beauty of the voice as a special instrument. Under Laura's instruction, students gain confidence and a sense of belonging in her studio community, knowledge, discipline, an appreciation for the arts, and a profound understanding of how to "play" their instrument.

    Laura holds a B.A. in Vocal Performance from Penn State University and studied opera under Arlene Shrut, head vocal coach at The Julliard School as well as Philadelphia's Maestro Antonio Conte Pugliese. Laura plays piano, violin, viola, and is also a 200-Hour Certified Yoga Instructor and has taught Yoga for Singers for the last eight years. She fronted original rock band Soul Kitchen Collective, toured as a singer songwriter across the United States and is currently releasing contemporary music with Grammy winning producer Tim Sonnefeld. Laura is currently teaching and performing original music in Los Angeles.

  • Lauren Davis


    Lauren Davis is a singer, pianist, composer, and producer residing in Los Angeles. Before she became known to the public under her musical alias Mildred, Lauren was an active member of the LA contemporary classical community and regularly premiered works with The Industry opera company. Other notable accomplishments in this realm include several performances with wild Up and International Contemporary Ensemble, working with John Luther Adams on his piece Sila for Ojai Music Festival, premiering an opera by composer Michael Webster, numerous performances with medieval vocal ensemble Vocatrix, premiering an opera by Sharon Chohi Kim & Micaela Tobin, and a recording gig for an ensemble which she later learned was actually an extremist Catholic cult (don't ask. Actually do it's a p good story). During this time, Lauren's songwriting efforts were realized by a progressive rock band called Blackberry Tongues. They released a full-length album titled We Are Open Mouths in 2015 and two EPs which Lauren produced herself.

    Lauren started her solo project Mildred in mid-2017, and since then has fully committed herself to her own compositions. As Mildred, Lauren has released several singles and a music video followed by her debut full-length album A Black Water which has garnered attention from listeners around the world. She is currently working alongside renowned composer and saxophonist David Binney on some of her newer material, much of which is set to release in 2019. Other ongoing collaborators include Brendan Byrnes, Rusty Kennedy, Austin Pooley, Jerkagram, Imelda Marcos, house producer Shuji Hirose, and guitarist Leon del Muerte of the band NAILS.

  • Marylin Winkle


    Dr. Winkle believes fiercely in the power of the arts to affect lives and create change. She has over a decade of teaching experiences with students of all ages and disciplines. Her community engagement efforts have included founding SJSU’s Young Musicians’ Project (YMP), working with the USC Thornton Outreach Program, and is now a Music Teacher for Long Beach Harmony Project, all programs which provide at-risk youth with affordable music instruction. She is delighted to be on faculty at the Rhodes School of Music where she teaches cello lessons and coaches chamber music. Beyond teaching, Marylin is the Artistic Director of L.A. Camerata, a performing arts initiative devoted to works for and by women and “others” marginalized throughout history. She holds a DMA in Early Music from USC Thornton School of Music, where she studied baroque cello and viola da gamba with Bill Skeen (Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Voices of Music) and performed with the Thornton Baroque Sinfonia and Collegium Workshop Ensemble. She received her Master’s Degree in Cello Performance from San José State University, where she studied with David Goldblatt (San Francisco Symphony Orchestra), and she completed her BM in Cello Performance at Stetson University under the instruction of David Bjella (Co-Principal Cellist of IRIS Chamber Orchestra).

  • Marina Pacowski


    She is a classically trained pianist and has been playing all over the world. She is also a passionate and devoted teacher with 20 years of experience and holds a Masters in Music.

    Marina is an accomplished pianist accompanist, sight reader. She transposes and reduces scores fluently. She has a Master in this specific field as well as first prize in Analysis and Harmony. She has performed and has given Master Class in many formations and countries as the US, Mexico, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Belgium, and of course, in France). She has specialized in Double Bass repertory (and instrument she fell in love for as a teenager) as she was an accompanist for 20 years at the former festival “International Double Bass festival” in Capbreton/France. She performed with world-renowned double bass players such as Thierry Barbé, Catalin Rotaru, Wolgang Güttler, Giuseppe Ettorre, Alberto Boccini, Petrù Iuga, Dan Styffe, Barry Green.... She also embraces and loves accompanying all instruments repertory from Strings to Woods and Brass.

    As a soloist, she also inspires composers and counts several collaborations with them. Among others, French-Basc Composer composer Peio Çabalette composed for her the Concerto « Black Sun » It was performed in 2015 under the direction of Maestro Iker Sanchez and received acclaim from the critic. The french composer Bernard Salles also composed for her « Four portraits for Marina P ».

    Marina is very thrilled to start teaching at the Rhodes Music School and looks forward to meeting new students as well as the school's great artistic team!
  • Mike Papagni

    The man, the myth, the pseudo-italian legend, Mike Papagni is an accomplished drummer of latin, jazz and rock styles.

    Since first learning drums in 1998, Mike has performed for thousands of people across the US with various artist and bands, including, but not limited to, Sexual Jedi, Chuff Puppy, and Interstellar Galacticator.

    He has also been fortunate to perform all over the world with his widely successful bossa nova band, NOVA.

    Currently, Mike is investing his creativity in two main projects, NOVA and Interstellar Galacticator, playing and composing for both bands. Additionally, Mike composes and edits music for film, TV and video games.

  • Kathryn Shuman


    Kathryn Shuman is a versatile vocalist, synthesist (synthesizer player!), and composer based in Los Angeles. As an actively involved artist in the LA creative music community, she frequently performs original music with many different bands and vocal groups. Kathryn has performed with opera companies including The Industry, and is also currently an auxiliary chorister for the Los Angeles Master Chorale.

    Kathryn has been singing since she can remember, and has always enjoyed exploring the flexibility of the human voice. She performs and writes music that stems from a love of communication, and an open embracement of individuality. Kathryn is experienced in performing and teaching many different genres— anywhere from contemporary classical with extended techniques, to soul, funk and North Indian classical singing. She has performed internationally in places including St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, and various cathedrals, churches and festivals in Florence, Berlin, Wales, Canada, and Ireland. She has also sung at many prominent venues including The Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Monterey Jazz festival, The Troubadour, REDCAT, Segerstrom Hall, Art Share L.A. and others.

    Kathryn earned an MFA degree in Voice Performance at California Institute of the Arts May 2016, and a BM degree in Voice at Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at CSULB in 2014. With 7 years of music teaching experience, Kathryn aims to inspire each of her students to find passion and enjoyment in music, while honing technical skills to be able to encourage constant growth.

  • Philip Rankin


    Philip Rankin is pianist and composer native to Los Angeles, CA. He has been performing and teaching all over Southern California for 10+ years and is highly-proficient in all genre's of music from Classical, Popular, Jazz, and the different cultures of Latin America, West Africa, Indonesia and Europe. Currently he is fronting the wildest klezmer band this side of the Mississippi, Bubbeleh. Philip holds an MFA in Jazz Studies and a BFA in Classical Piano from the California Institute of the Arts.

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  • Rusty Kennedy

    Rusty Kennedy is a Los Angeles based bassist, educator, arranger, conductor, and composer. He has over 10 years of experience teaching, and has spent much of that time leading elementary and middle school brass, winds and orchestra and teaching privately. He currently teaches, conducts, and arranges for Harmony Project Ventura, where he teaches brass and leads the orchestra and jazz band. He also currently privately teaches brass and bass at Rhodes School of Music in Larchmont. As an instructor, Rusty is beloved for his positive and optimistic approach and for his ability to truly connect with students. Well-versed in a wide array of genres, including Jazz, Progressive Rock, Blues, Metal, Balkan, Brazilian, Grindcore, West African, Salsa, Funk, R & B, hip hop, Microtonal, Dance, Pop, and even opera, Rusty is sought after for his extreme versatility and his specialized approach to every project. He has toured extensively around the US and has performed at festivals internationally. Just a small fraction of his many projects include Blackberry Tongues, Wax People, Izela, Brundlefly, Bubbeleh, The Baba Orchestra, Atomic Ape, Heart of Cygnus, Felix Martin, and THE INDUSTRY’S HOPSCOTCH. He holds a BFA in jazz bass performance from California Institute of the Arts.
  • Sara Gomez


    Sara Sinclair Gomez is a Los Angeles based classically trained mezzo-soprano and multidisciplinary performance artist who specializes in teaching voice, piano, and early childhood music. Born and raised in LA, Sara has been an active member of the local artist community her entire life and is thrilled to be sharing her knowledge of music by means of creative teaching and performance coaching. With a background in art, movement and theatre, Sara emphasizes the visual and physical nature of performance. Her experience ranges from classical/contemporary musical theatre, experimental opera, jazz, pop, choral, and even playing keyboard on US and European tours with indie rock bands. Sara has been a featured soloist at numerous venues including SFMOMA, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, REDCAT, Zipper Hall, The Troubadour, The Machine Project, The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 365 Mission, and The Wallis Annenberg Center. Sara is a certified Kodály Method teacher and holds an MFA in Vocal Performance from California Institute of the Arts.

  • Sariah Wong


    Sariah Wong is a Los Angeles native pianist, and singer-songwriter. She studied piano performance at The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts and at the California Institute of the Arts. Aside from playing keyboards on shows such as the David Letterman and Good Morning New York, she has also performed Mozart concerti in Vienna with the Altenburger Vienna Orchestra. Specializing in Baroque and Impressionist repertoire, she is very passionate in teaching fundamental piano technique, songwriting, and ear training. She is currently singing in the band Night Cruise and working on her solo EP.

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  • Steven van Betten


    Steven Kai van Betten is a Guitarist/Composer/Teacher, who is actively involved in the Los Angeles creative music community. Born and raised in the rural town of Blue Diamond, Nevada, he began studying guitar and writing music at an early age. He has completed study at the Las Vegas Academy of the Arts, The Banff Centre’s Jazz and Creative Music Residency, The School for Improv (SIM), and The California Institute of the Arts where he received a BFA in jazz guitar. In addition, he spent a month in Ghana apprenticing SK Kakraba, a master of the gyil - traditional african xylophone.

    Steven currently composes, performs, and tours frequently with a wide variety of bands and ensembles spanning from intimate chamber folk music to polyrhythmic experimental rock. He has performed at prominent venues such as The Monterey Jazz Festival, The House of Blues, The Troubadour, The Echo, The Bootleg Theatre, REDCAT and Levitt Pavilion. He has had the opportunity to collaborate and compose for several different choreographers and film makers including Dave Wolter’s student academy award winning animation, “Eyrie”.

    As a teacher, Steven’s goal is to have his students develop an enriching, enjoyable, and lifelong relationship with music.

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  • Ted Taforo


    Ted Taforo is a performer, educator, and composer known for his versatility, unique compositions, and powerful saxophone sound. Ted has performed and/or recorded with Spoon, Duncan Thum, Kan Wakan, Maxim Ludwig's Raw Dog Band, Michael Mull Quartet, Bird Concerns and others. His work as a solo artist includes the recordings The Pope from Rome and Texacoma. Ted is a two-time recipient of the ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award and is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and California Institute of The Arts. Ted teaches woodwinds at West Coast Music Academy in Santa Clarita, CA and is an instructor for the Music Immersion Experience (MIE) at Roosevelt Elementary School in San Gabriel, CA.
  • Nita Chawla


    Nita is a music educator and performer originally from the nation's capital, Washington D.C.! A recent transplant to Los Angeles, Nita is one of the new Mini Music teachers at Rhodes School of Music. She brings to this warm and lively city her 10 years of experience teaching private music lessons, theater, art and performing live. Nita loves inspiring young students to appreciate the joy and creativity of music while also learning theory and technique. Her speciality is in piano and acoustic guitar and she looks forward to introducing your little one to the joy and gift of music!
  • Alex Wand

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  • Ben Finley

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  • Caitlyn Olsen

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  • Kris Persson

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  • Tany Ling

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