My name is Jose Garcia and I’m a current drummer living in southern California. After playing for over a decade, I can’t picture myself doing anything else. I graduated from the prestigious Los Angeles College of Music with a degree in music. I currently give clinics and gig all over southern California. My love for music has spread too all genres of music and I express it through my teaching and playing. Helping students develop technical skills and an ability to be artistically expressive on their chosen instrument is my goal.
Chuck is an accomplished drummer with a vast professional resume. He has taught drum set for over twenty years and is an honor graduate of Musician’s Institute (Percussion) where he studied under Frank Zappa alumnus, Ralph Humphey and Joe Pocaro. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Single Subject Credential in teaching. His versatility as a drummer allows him to teach any style from punk, funk, latin to Bonham. Chuck also covers reading, technique, styles, studio drumming theory through his modular yet fun approach to teaching.
Abraham Parker has been trained in classical piano since age seven. He began playing guitar, bass and accordion at age 13, playing in several bands in Hollywood all through high school. He studied music composition at California Institute of the Arts under acclaimed composer Barry Schrader. He has since written and appeared on many diverse records from zydeco to electronic styles. Aside from teaching ,he has a passion for audio recording; in addition to recording for local bands he has worked as an assistant to engineer and producer Rob Hoffman (Michael Jackson, Christina Aguilera).
Debbie has been playing violin since the age of 8 years old. She has a passion for music and especially the violin. She has played with The Ventura County Junior Symphony when she was 14 and was the youngest player, she also has played with The LA Junior Philharmonic. She is currently playing with the RCC Symphony Orchestra and Chamber.