WHAT WE DO

With over 700 students and nearly forty faculty, Inspire Music is one of the largest private music studios in the Bay Area. Our diverse faculty brings a wide range of musical experience, offering instruction in many different instruments and musical styles. In addition to our private lessons, we also offer instrument rentals, accessories, and group classes.

ABOUT

  • Instrument Rentals​

  • Private Instruction

  • Instrument Accessories and Maintenance

  • Summer Camps and Rock Bands

  • Free Educational Seminars for Our Customers

  • SOTA Audition Prep

ABOUT

PIANO INSTRUCTORS

ANNIE

SMITH

JILLIAN KIM

NAOMI

STINE

KELLI

CASEY

JEAN-PAUL

JONES

BEAU

DREAM

LORA

LIBBY

COLIN

BRADY

CAROLINA

TANNOUS

VOCAL INSTRUCTORS

VICTOR CERVANTES

ANNIE

SMITH

JEAN-PAUL

JONES

LORA

LIBBY

SUZANNE

RIVIN

GUITAR INSTRUCTORS

LUKE

DOUGHTY

ZACH

MATTOCKS

HENRY MOSER

FRANCIS

OLIVERA

BRETT

EASTMAN

ANTONY

KAKAMAKOV

PABLO DAVILA

VIOLIN INSTRUCTORS

VICTORIA

PERENYI

BEAU

DREAM

ANNAMARIE

ARAI

MIA

NARDI-HUFFMAN

WIND INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTORS

KYLE

BEARD

COURTNEY

WISE

JENNA

COUNTRYMAN

DRUM INSTRUCTORS

CHRISTIAN

ARRIOLA

BRETT

EASTMAN

Carlos Rivera

Carlos Rivera is a guitarist from San Diego and is currently studying for his Master’s degree in Classical Guitar Performance at the San Francisco Conservatory Of Music under Internationally renowned guitarist Marc Teicholz.

 

Carlos received his Bachelors of Music from CSU Chico under the instruction of Toby Roye who was also an SFCM Alumni. Carlos has also participated in masterclasses with some of the most famous guitarists of our time including David Russell, Roland Dyens, Scott Tennant, Bill Kanengeiser, Andrew York, and Elliot Fisk. He has given solo recital concerts all around California, and frequently plays weddings and other events in various styles of music around the Bay Area.

 

In addition to classical music, Carlos actively pursues other styles of music including  jazz, rock, metal, and blues. In the future he plans to enter guitar competitions and continue teaching, recording, and performing.