My video series on the Alfred Level 1 Piano book. I play through all the major pieces in the book on this playlist.
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Former students of mine who got into top music schools around the country
John Bogard is an incredible working bassist in LA and a former student of mine. John possess great chops, musicality and skill. John graduated from John Burroughs High School Class of 2014 and was gladly accepted into the Los Angeles College of Music in Pasadena, CA. John will graduate LACM in 2016 and from there he will write his own story as a working bassist. I couldn't be more proud of seeing his growth as a musician.
Dane is a bass player and recent high school graduate (Campbell Hall Class of 2016) who got accepted into the jazz program at Cal Arts in Santa Clarita California. He is a tremendous player with a great ear and a deep knowledge of music theory. Big things are ahead for him.
Justin is a bass player and recent high school graduate (La Salle Class of 2016) who got accepted into the prestigious music program at Belmont college in Nashville, TN. Justin is already gigging steadily on electric and upright bass. Justin is on his way to being a working professional due to his keen musicianship and great skill.
Elliot is going to Berklee College of Music to study bass! Elliot is truly and excellent musician who is an accomplished saxophone player and doubles on upright bass. Jazz and music theory are his strengths and he has great musical intuition. Excellent job, Elliot!
Katie is going to LACM- The Los Angeles College of Music in Pasadena, CA. Her emphasis will be in composition. She is truly a powerhouse. She sings, plays piano, guitar and she's a killer bassist. There's nothing she can't do.