Philip Hemmo is known throughout the United States as a teacher and performer of the classical guitar. He has been featured in concert throughout the US and Mexico as a soloist as well as working with symphonies and chamber ensembles.
Willy De Angelis
Willy De Angelis was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, picked up the guitar at the age of 8 and hasn't stopped ever since. He loves performing as a session musician, in the stage and in the studio, playing many different styles of music.
Kevin Topmiller began playing guitar over 20 years ago in northern Kentucky. He knew from an early age he wanted to have a career in music, and eventually attended the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music.
Scott Jarrett has lived his life in music. From his nearly 50 years of experience teaching guitar, voice, bass, and music technology to his touring, recording, music directing, and producing experience, he brings enthusiasm, compassion, patience, and a love of music to all his endeavors.
Carlos Rios is a video game composer, guitar player, producer, and passionate teacher. He studied music composition, theory, and classical guitar at the Butler School of Music. His work has been performed by musicians all over the country and listened to by many video game enthusiasts.
Steve has been teaching for 25 years and for the past 12 years have also been the director of a music non profit for young people called, "Strings Attached project." He's taught hundreds of young people and adults to play through private lessons, community programs, after school programs, library classes and as a music specialist in private schools.
Charlie Jensen has recorded guitar on several tracks and has released his own songs as well. He enjoys teaching people of all ages and loves helping students discover music through guitar. In addition to guitar, Charlie has a degree in audio engineering and music technology.
Dillon Nadler's playing background is in Jazz, Rock and Improvised Music. Students who study with Dillon will learn how to play and understand the music that they love, while gaining invaluable practice tools that will allow them to improve their musicianship for the rest of their lives.
Carlos was raised in Miami, FL and began playing music at age 5. By the time he was 15, he was teaching guitar to students in his school and by age 20, was playing professionally and teaching. He is a multi-instrumentalist, specializing in guitar, bass, drums, voice, song writing, music theory, ear training, sight singing and performance psychology.
Australian classical guitarist Miles Johnston believes that musical performances create an environment offering a shared experience. Equally committed to his work as a soloist and in chamber musician, Miles crisscrosses the standard classical guitar canon with music from Australia,Spain, The Americas’, and jazz-influenced works.
Andrew Horning has been playing guitar for over 16 years. From the beginning, playing guitar was more than just an academic pursuit. It has always been a pursuit of joy and creativity. He has his bachelor of music in classical guitar performance from Moody Bible Institute. In addition to playing and teaching, he produces, engineers, and mixes music in his studio based in Atlanta, Georgia.