Woodwinds teachers in Seattle
Our Seattle Woodwinds teachers define Lessons In Your Home. We are a tight-knit family of world-class Woodwinds instructors that is passionate about teaching. We aim to make learning music fun and to have the absolute best student/teacher relationship possible.
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Meet Our Seattle Woodwinds Teachers
About Erling Iverson:
Native to Washington, Erling Iverson is a graduate of the University of Washington, with post graduate studies in Siena, Italy. His teachers have included Ronald Phillips, William McColl, Karl Leister and Anthony Gigliotti. Erling has played in the Seattle Youth Symphony, The Seattle Symphony, the Seattle Opera, the Symphony Orchestra...
About Maryanne Lacaille:
Music is math and math is science and at the end of the day, so is music. But music is quite mysterious and enchanting. Maryanne teaches the whole student, not just their fingers. She takes each of her clarinet students a little further with their clarinet than when they first...
About Brian Schappals:
Brian Schappals is a clarinetist, composer and educator based in Seattle, WA that diversifies the art of clarinet playing by integrating multiple styles of playing into his performances and compositions. He holds a Master's in Music degree in Clarinet Performance from the University of Washington and Bachelor's of Arts degrees...
About Seven Spillios:
Highly-motivated and energetic Music Teacher since 2012 with years of active experience in providing music lessons to friends and family, elementary students picking up an instrument for the first time, high school students beginning to understand what music means to them, and post-college adults getting a head-start on Berklee/Julliard theory,...