Nathan Nau graduated with a BA in music composition at Fresno State in 2017. He received composition instruction under Dr. Kenneth Froelich, Dr. Benjamin Boone, Brad Hufft, and piano instruction under Dr. Andreas Werz. He currently teaches, composes, performs, and collaborates with other colleagues and musicians.
Phone: 559-270-6847


Phone: 559-355-2628


Robert Myers has a passion for music that can be seen by his dedication to the study of music on the guitar. He received his Masters degree from California State University Fresno and has been playing guitar for over 15 years. He began taking private lessons studying electric guitar. But after being influenced by the melodies of Andalucía, he began studying classical and flamenco styles. He studied with legendary flamenco Maestro Juan Serrano during his undergraduate work at CSU Fresno. During his time there, Robert was awarded scholarship money to go abroad to study flamenco. He went to Spain and took classes taught by Manolo Sanlucar, Jose Antonio, and Paco Serrano, some of the top modern flamenco artists. Robert is also an accomplished classical guitarist as well. He studied with Dr. Corey Whitehead at CSU Fresno where earned his Masters and Bachelors degree in Music Performance. During his time at CSU Fresno, he studied arts abroad in Florence, Italy and has taken masters classes from the leading guitarist in the classical realm. Master classes with Flavio Cucci, Hubert Kappel, Eliot Fisk, Scott Tennant, Mateo Mela, Ben Verdery, Nicholas Golouses, Lito Romero, and Celine Romero. Robert has also performed for Angel Romero and Manuel Barrueco with the CSU Fresno Guitar Ensemble. He has performed with the Fresno Philharmonic, done work with Comcast Cablevision and recording for Clear Channel Radio. Robert is currently teaching guitar and music theory at Fresno City College as well as teaching privately and performing throughout the central valley.
Phone: 209-484-2677


Phone: 530-383-2638


Phone: 858-869-7218


Jay was born and raised in the music community of Fresno, California - starting private lessons on violin since age 5 and private lessons on piano at age 7 all the way through college. He has studied under former principal violist of the Fresno Philharmonic, Claudia Shiuh, former violin professor of Fresno State Faculty, Dr. David Margetts, piano professor of Fresno State Andreas Werz, and various other professional instructors throughout his life.

Jay has been teaching and performing various music events (workshops, camps, quartets, competitions, solo work) for nearly 16 years, including performances abroad with a custom orchestra touring various cities in Italy and the UK. Just before his senior year in highschool, Jay auditioned for the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra in 2001 and successfully made it in as an official contracted union member and violinist. During his time at the Conservatory at University of the Pacific, he served as concertmaster for 4 years in a row under Dr. Nicolas Waldvogel. He has also played with the Stockton Symphony, Tulare / Sequoia Symphony, St. John's Chamber Orchestra during his college years. He currently plays for St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church on Sunday mass with his quartet, and provides music to weddings, funerals, events in addition to teaching students.

Jay's teaching style is to tailor the lesson to the individual needs and personality of the student, creating a motivational and enjoyable atmosphere while pulling as much potential in the student as efficiently and quickly as possible. He teaches traditional classical music, as well as improvisation, jazz, contemporary, fiddle, irish or celtic, as well as video game and movie music scores on the violin, viola, and piano. Besides teaching and performing music, Jay enjoys learning about new things in science and technology, health and fitness, martial arts, and is an accomplished graphics artist. 
Phone: 559-241-4882
Van Der Paardt


Phone: 559-824-6577


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