Piano (classical / jazz / popular)
Violin (classical / traditional / popular)
Music Composition and Theory
Din has been teaching music for over fifteen years in the pacific northwest with experience including full classrooms sizes K-8th grade, summer camps, workshops and private lessons. Din's musical interests are wide-ranging with a focus on piano: classical, jazz and movie/video game music and a secondary focus on the violin (classical, traditional, popular and again theme music). Din has studied ergonomic principles including Body Mapping and Taubman method and is a member of Oregon Music Teachers Association (OMTA)
Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass
Sue Lewis earned a music degree from Portland State University in 2006 plus two distinction medals for violin performance and music theory and the Merit Award for viola performance from the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music, London, England. Performing on violin, viola, cello and double bass in a variety of ensembles – musical theater pit orchestras, string quartets, the Vancouver Symphony, rock, jazz, tango, Middle Eastern, bluegrass, Gypsy and folk – has formed her imaginative and versatile style. Currently she is the arranger and violinist with Mango Nights, a jazz ensemble, and produced the highly acclaimed album, ‘Reason to Live’.
Lonnie O Music
Guitar - Acoustic and Electric
(Bluegrass, American Roots, Rock, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Funk)
Mandolin - (Bluegrass)
Bass - (Rock, Funk, R&B)
Lonnie is a professional musician and teacher. He's been teaching for 10 years. He teaches various styles and all levels from beginners to advanced. In addition to teaching he enjoys picking in numerous bluegrass groups here in the northwest.