Piano | Guitar | Bass | Voice | Ukulele
Connor Terrones is a Denver-based music teacher, performer, songwriter and producer. He grew up in Colorado Springs and fell in love with the guitar as a teenager when he discovered rock music. Connor attended the University of Northern Colorado to obtain a Bachelor’s in Music Performance in Jazz Studies. Since graduating from UNC in 2016, he has taught many students of various ages and experience levels and performed extensively inside and outside of Colorado.
Guitar | Bass | Piano
Alex Newton teaches guitar, bass, and piano. He began studying and playing the guitar at 10 years old. Alex received his Bachelor's of Science with an emphasis in Jazz from the University of Colorado at Denver. Alex has performed all around Colorado with multiple bands, including headlining Denver's Jazz at the park with his band Emma Mayes and the Hip. His teaching goal is to show each student that music is fun and should hold an important part in their lives above all else. When not teaching, Alex enjoys recording music at home, reading, and getting out for a good hike in the beautiful Colorado wilderness!
DR. MICHAEL HARRISON
Guitar | Bass
Dr. Mike Harrison is a guitarist, recording artist, and music instructor. Hven University, a Master's degree in music from the University of Florida, and a PhD in education from Northcentral University. Mike has instructed students of all experience levels in an array of different styles including rock, heavy metal, classical, and blues. As a recording artist, Mike has performed with a number of world-renowned musicians including Joel Hoekstra of Whitesnake, Angus Clark and Zak Stevens of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Joe Stump of Berkeley, and Michael Angelo Batio. As well as being an endorsed artist with Bungo Guitars and Dimarzio guitar pickups, Mike was the first American guitarist to be endorsed by Kingdom Guitars of the United Kingdom and represented that brand from 2016 to 2018.
Guitar | Bass | Ukulele
Graham Rendell is a guitarist and bass player of 14 years, having played with bands and projects for a decade and teaching for the past 5, his passion for guitar has only increased as time goes by. His goal for his students is to create a lifelong bond with their instrument and to bring knowledge of music by learning the student's favorite songs. Some of his favorite styles include: Rock, Jam Bands, Funk, Neo Soul, Pop, Bluegrass, and more! He is always excited to learn new music and embrace whatever the student is trying to play.
Bass | Guitar
Raised by a family of Deadheads and music-lovers, Aidan Pagnani was born and raised in Connecticut. By the time he graduated high school in 2009, Aidan had performed weddings, plays, churches, parties, and venues throughout New England as a solo act and with numerous bands. While completing his degree at Hampshire College in Massachusetts, Aidan performed with artists like Robert Randolph and revamped a high school fusion/jamband project, Freddy & the Yetis, into an original music project arranged for a rock quintet accompanied by five strings and horns.
Aidan then spent the next four years in Boston studying with a professor at Berklee College of Music, teaching music, and performing with various groups in the jam, funk, rock scenes. In February 2018, Aidan moved to Denver, Colorado where he can be seen performing regularly with members of The Motet, John Brown's Body, Dopapod, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, and many other Colorado legends. His instrumental cover band, the Aidan Pagnani Band, can be seen playing weekly in the Denver/Boulder area.
Piano | Guitar | Bass | Ukulele
Shaped and sculpted by the arts, Trevor, AKA Beom graduated from CU Boulder’s Thompson Jazz Studies program in May of 2018. Since then, he has been playing freelance jazz gigs on the upright bass, and is currently active in 8 Denver bands playing a multitude of instruments.
These projects include: BEOM, Eleanor Nash and the Ramblers, Escotet, VCO, Gio Bard Zero, Paradiso, Love Beom, and The Dead and the Daylily.
Beom is a lucky soul who has had the unbelievable opportunity to perform pop, synth-pop, classical, jazz, bluegrass, country, funk, rock, hip-hop, reggae, latin styles, African styles, Korean folk music, world music, R&B, singer-songwriter, and folk among other styles.
When Trevor isn’t teaching or performing bass (upright, 6string, fretless), guitar, piano, synth, music theory and composition, he is often found in his recording studio producing local projects with his team of artists and engineers, training martial arts, or painting pretty pictures.
Although Beom speaks and reads Korean about the level of 5th grader (or worse), performing internationally and having music professors and teachers from all over the world has led him to believe that music itself is a beautiful language that transcends nationality and dialect. He is more than happy to share and do what he can to help your musical journey blossom.