Trent is a drum, beginner piano, guitar and ukulele teacher who teaches from his home in Montgomery. He specializes in teaching the basics of music and has a knack for helping students to understand and apply music theory. His easy-going nature allows him to get along well with students of all ages, with a focus on mentoring and helping each individual build on their strengths and strengthen their weaknesses.
Paul has been playing music since Grade 2. He is a teacher, performer, composer, arranger, producer and sound engineer. In addition to guitar, he also plays mandolin, violin, tenor banjo, ukulele and bass guitar. He has toured as an accompanist and record producer for Charlotte Diamond for 19 years, producing her Juno award-winning and nominated CDs. He plays many styles of music, and studied both music and music education at Capilano University and the University of British Columbia.
Originally from Newfoundland and Labrador but now permanently residing in Saskatoon, SK, James understands the value of music and its cultural significance in both provinces. He has been playing electric and acoustic guitar since he was 13 years old and has an appreciation for all genres of music. In 2002, he graduated from St. Francis Xavier University's Jazz Program specializing in Jazz Performance. If you are a beginner or intermediate player interested in learning classic rock, country, blues, jazz styles as well as guitar theory and ear training concepts, he would be glad to share his knowledge.