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Mitchell Fund - Drums, Piano, Lil Rockers Private Lessons, Rockology
Besides being an award winning classical composer, former child prodigy musician Mitchell Fund has spent several years as a rock drummer in the rock band Sealth. He uses his renaissance era musical expertise to bring a unique and an extremely informed musical perspective.
Having helped to raise and teach piano to his much younger brother, he is extremely good with younger children. Having recently been a teenager and an adult, he is extremely good with those age groups as well.
Mitchell has been a teacher at Rock'n' More for about five years.
Carlos Tulloss - Guitar, Bass, Rockology
Carlos creates music every day all the time –unless he’s playing hockey- and loves to share what he’s learned. At any given time he is a member of several different bands playing bass, guitar, and creating electronic sounds. He’s been teaching guitar and bass several days a week at Rock ‘n’ More since 2007. It’s difficult to have a bad day around Carlos, his constant upbeat demeanor reduces other peoples’ bad days to rubble and smiles creating a fun atmosphere in which to rock.
• Rock ‘n’ More Certified Guitar and Bass teacher
• 7 years of professional teaching experience
• Specializes in all levels of guitar, bass, songwriting, and performance
Brendan Cescon - Guitar, Ukulele
After spending a large part of the past several years in the Rock ‘n’ More lab, Brendan Cescon has emerged triumphantly to take his rightful position as the ultimate guitar and ukulele teaching machine. People think Brendan is personable and funny. We think it’s all a trick to get people to learn how to play without noticing the boring parts.
Even though he often employs those dirty, underhanded tricks, people seem to keep coming back for more lessons!
Phil Bowden - Drums
Phil Bowden is one of the nicest and most professional guys I've ever met. I can always tell when I'm teaching one of Phil's students in our rock band class. They're the one's that I can talk to on a musical level without having to worry that they don't know what I mean. The one's with the well- taught technique that allows their own personal style to come through.
Phil's students not only have fun with him but they learn to play in a way that will give them the best chance for whatever amount of success they may strive for.