Laura Bustillos began passionately studying music theory, voice, keyboard, and guitar lessons as a young child. She completed a BA in education, studied Music at Juilliard New York and Psychology with a 4.0 GPA that awarded her a top spot on the President's List. Her diverse musical background includes several shows with her band around the United States, Europe, Canada and South America with countless bands, as well as Disney pop artists.
Laura has been instructing and coaching students privately, in workshops, and at different music schools for nearly 20 years. She self produced and wrote many albums, in which one was a part of the Grammy Awards. Passionately committed to coaching students from all ages, Laura enjoys guiding people to their maximum potential! Laura is an active member of the Recording Academy and her songs are part of several television shows, as well as a number of movies.
Laura continues to surprise her clients with her extensive experience, studies and her true passion to teach not only music, but also multiple subjects as a life coach. Her goal is to continue lifting up students of all ages through a highly productive, inspiring and complete JOYFUL learning experience. Music Enhances higher brain functions and forces the brain to focus and perform.
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Charles Dolph is a Pianist, Vocalist and educator from Minneapolis. When Charles graduated from Oberlin College, where he studied jazz singing, he decided to move to Washington, DC and begin teaching private lessons and performing professionally. After three years Charles accepted a full-time position as a public school music teacher. He held that job until relocating to Los Angeles, all the while continuing to perform regularly.
Charles has performed extensively in venues ranging from jazz clubs to the Sydney Opera House. He has a deep knowledge of music theory and technique, which allows him to develop his own teaching materials to meet the specific needs of his students. Charles hopes that his students have as much fun learning music as he does teaching.
“I think learning music is one of the best things a person can choose to do. It’s collaborative, it’s creative, and it’s rewarding when you see yourself getting better. Learning music taught me that I have the ability to get better at anything by practicing. I’ve applied the same method of improvement through practicing to so many facets of my life, from academics, to athletics, to everyday things like remembering people’s names. I learned how to play piano and sing, but I also learned a framework for approaching all manner of challenges and obstacles that may arise.”
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