Paul Reyes has been a self taught musician and songwriter since the age of 18. He studied Music at Cal State San Bernardino and the Redlands Conservatory. He has played in various bands, as a solo artists, wedding performances and Traditional Salon Performances where he loves to share the gift of music and sound to all. He now teaches all ages and his philosophy is that anyone can learn an instrument given a dedication and passion to themselves. His philosophy is that music connects a wide diversity people, and improves the well being of every individual, which can lead to improving the well being of the world. Paul currently works as DJ, songwriter, artist developer, performer and freelance recording engineer.
Jordan Hang has been playing violin in many genres, including classical, rock, blues, jazz, for over 17 years. He received his Bachelor of Art degree in Music at the University of California, Riverside. He currently teaches violin and plays professionally in the jazz band, Gypsies & Judges.
Yang Steinke is a Musician and a music teacher that has been playing music since she was six years old. She holds a Master’s degree in Music Performance.
Her passion is to play and to teach music and has done so for the past 30 years. She currently plays with the San Bernardino Symphony going on 23 years and has taught hundreds of students from 3 to 76 years old.
Yang can teach any student wanting to learn Violin, Viola and Cello.
Joseph Ochoa has been playing the drums and percussion instruments for over 15 years. Joseph teaches all styles of drums and all ages. Plus he’s patient and fun. he has his Associates of Arts in Music Theory From Chaffey College and a Performance Certificate from the world famous Musicians Institutes’ Percussion Institute of Technology from Hollywood California. Joseph has a rich background in multiple drumming styles. He teaches all ages and levels of drummers, from beginning students to advanced drummers.
Joseph Ochoa has a passion for playing drums and instilling that passion in his students
Gary Wilson started his career as a professional musician in 1969. He spent the first thirteen years traveling with various bands. Gary has shared the stage with artists such as The Mills Brothers, Lou Rawls, The Temptations and Grover Washington Jr.
He has played in house bands and orchestra pits for several theatrical presentations and musical tributes. His work can be heard on numerous recordings. Gary started teaching in 1982. He enjoys working with students of any age and ability.