Alaina I - Instructor
Alaina grew up in The Woodlands, Texas and is a graduate of Oak Ridge High School. Alaina was in band and choir throughout middle school and high school, playing the oboe during concert season and drum line during marching season. She was drum major at her 5A high school for two years and was casted as Tracy Turnblad at her high school's musical production of Hairspray. Alaina has a Bachelors in Music Education from Texas Christian University. During her time at TCU, she sang in their top performing ensemble for 4 years. The summer of '16, TCU took their Chorale on a European tour where they sang in cathedrals all across Europe. She was in the Opera chorus at TCU's production of Die Fledermaus. Alaina was also a featured soloist for the TCU Horned Frogs Division 1 Football Team. Post college, she has performed in a group named Choral Artists of Fort Worth where they sang and premiered new pieces for the community. She was also head choir director at Harpool Middle School in Argyle for two years, with multiple choirs receiving the highest UIL scores for both years. She was the music director for Harpool's production of Shrek Jr. and The Lion King Jr. Recently, she performed in the choir for Denton's Production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. She is currently a Youth Pastor at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Flower Mound.
Staff & Music Teachers
Alaina I - Instructor
Andres (Andy) R. - Instructor
At an early age, Andy always wanted to work in music either up front or behind the scenes. His favorite genres of music are rap, alternative rock, jazz, and EDM. Before moving to Denton to attend the University of North Texas, he played with local wind ensembles and jazz bands in Arlington where he is originally from. Andy currently plays drums in a local Denton band, plays tuba and sings as a tenor at the University of North Texas, and composes music for various local ensembles. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity as well as North Texas Music Educators Association and the North Texas chapter of the International Tuba Euphonium Association. Andy works with students of all ages but specializes in elementary and middle school music education. He is passionate about teaching children the importance of music as well as how fun learning music can be.
Beth Y. - Instructor
Beth has been making music at the piano for as long as she can remember, blessed to grow up with parents who were music-makers. The family sang and played instruments for fun, even playing ensembles together in church. Formal piano lessons started in first grade and she loved them - until Junior High School, when advancing skills required increased time and effort and seemed to be lacking in the joy of musical experience. Traditional lessons and practicing became an chore. Not knowing there are more ways to learn piano, her family insisted she continue lessons until she achieved their desired proficiency level (she is forever grateful for that). Two years before college, Beth took time off from the traditional, formal piano lessons to learn other instruments and choir tours, keeping the love of music-making active and alive while continuing to play piano on her own. Beth graduated from North Central University in Minneapolis with a bachelor in sacred music, piano major and vocal minor. During that time, a guitar player in a worship band showed her how to apply years of music theory instruction beyond formal instruction and into the structure for creativity and enjoyment. Over the past 30+ years it shaped her playing and teaching in new ways, developing a more complete understanding of how to enjoy making music which she passes on to her students.
Caleb E. - Instructor
Caleb E. grew up and resides in Double Oak, Texas and is a graduate of Marcus High School. He began playing percussion, bass, and piano at the age of 9 and has been performing professionally since the age of 16. While at Marcus, he made the Regional Orchestra in 2013 and 2014 and has received recognition for UIL solo performance. He currently attends North Central Texas College, majoring in Secondary Music Education and teaches double bass for Lewisville ISD. He is also an active member the Flower Mound Symphony Orchestra under Conductor Esteban Rojas.
As an experienced electric bassist and performer, he has toured nationally and recorded with Above It All, a Dallas-based alternative rock band as well as supporting a variety of pop artists from the DFW area.
Jacob S. - Instructor
Jacob S. is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music with an extensive background in rock and pop performance. Front man for several bands, he's had the opportunity to play on some of the biggest stages in the nation including House of Blues Dallas, TX State Fair, Allen USA, and Grapefest. He also boasts an appearance on the hit TV show America's Got Talent at the Las Vegas Palms Casino. He has recorded over 30 songs in world class studios, at times assisting as a producer and engineer, and composes/co-writes with other musicians on a regular basis. Jacob plays guitar, piano, and sings.
Landon W. - Instructor
Landon is a recent graduate of Brigham Young University-Idaho, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Music. There he studied percussion performance with David Taylor, Drumset with Kobe Watkins, Jazz piano and Vibes with Justin Nielsen, and Composition with Mark Watkins. Landon is currently studying at Texas Woman’s University to receive a Master’s in Music Therapy. He plays Drumset in a local Denton band, plays guitar, ukulele and piano in music therapy practicum and does percussion performance with the TWU Wind Symphony. He believes in the innate musical ability of all and seeks to guide students to discover their own abilities and value as musicians.
Will L. - Instructor
Composer, arranger, and performer Will Lunny has studied various instruments throughout his career as a musician. From humble beginnings in Quincy, MA, Will moved to the University of New Hampshire in Durham to study Music Education with an emphasis in classical saxophone and voice. There, he also studied the entire woodwind family from the top teachers in the New England area. Wanting to study jazz, Will moved to Boston to study Music Education and Jazz Composition at Berklee College of Music with an emphasis in jazz saxophone. It was here that he played in ensembles on flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, and saxophones. He also received several awards for jazz composition and composed for a handful of independent films. In March of 2017, Will moved to Denton, TX to finish a degree in Jazz Composition and Arranging with an emphasis in jazz voice at the University of North Texas. At Bach to Rock, Will teaches woodwinds, voice, piano, guitar, and various groups in the Rock Band program.
- Individual instruction with proprietary curriculum
- Students are motivated by playing with others in a band
- A band builds teamwork, develops social skills, fosters self-esteem and leads to lasting friendships.
- Everyone learns faster playing music they like
- Students are motivated to learn when they see early results
- Introducing very young children to music supports cognitive development and motor skills.
- A well-balanced music education consists of Music Theory, Technique and Repertoire.
- Students learn faster playing music they like.
- Simplified versions of modern songs allow students to see results more quickly.
- Audio recordings of each simplified arrangement are available to students. This allows them to hear how their part should sound.
- Lessons are catered to the needs of each student's learning style.