Greg Moore is the owner of the School of Rock locations in Ankeny, Marion, and West Des Moines. After seeing School of Rock students perform in the Chicagoland area years ago, his first thought was, "...WOW—THIS IS AWESOME... Iowa needs a program like this!" From there, he started his mission to bring School of Rock to Iowa.
A big music enthusiast especially appreciating classic rock and '90s alternative, Greg played clarinet and saxophone through his school years. He now enjoys playing bass with the adult student performance group at School of Rock Cedar Rapids/Marion and School of Rock West Des Moines. His son is an alumnus of the School of Rock program who now teaches guitar, bass, and drums at the Cedar Rapids/Marion school. Greg and his wife, Amy, are thankful for all the families in the school community. Nothing is more exciting to them than watching the students advance both on and off the stage through our programs.
Aubrey Fleming is the general manager at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. She discovered her love for singing and music at a very young age, specifically after hearing the soundtrack to the 2003 hit musical Wicked.
Aubrey has been a vocalist since elementary school and now sings for School of Rock Ankeny's adult band, The Strip Mall Cryptids. She is always up for a new challenge and has recently started learning the guitar in addition to continuing her vocal training. A lover of alternative pop, crazy hair colors, and the amazing School of Rock community, Aubrey thinks there is nothing more rewarding than watching beginner students come into their confidence and absolutely rock out on stage.
Music Director, Bass Guitar Teacher, Guitar Teacher, Keyboard + Piano Teacher, Vocal Teacher
Austin Corrick began taking piano lessons at age 8 and guitar lessons at age 11, and soon after joined the school band on upright and electric bass and trumpet through high school.
Currently, Austin plays guitar, bass, drums, vocals, piano, trumpet, and tuba, and is a member of the Des Moines-based Latin music group Son Peruchos. He enjoys all types of rock music and loves participating in a program that sees so much musical talent at such a young age.
Landon Moyer is the Studio Coordinator at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. He has been involved with music his entire life and first played piano when he was 7.
Even now, Landon is always adding new instruments to his repertoire. He currently plays guitar and keys, and sings for School of Rock Ankeny's adult band, The Strip Mall Cryptids.
Adi Hayble is a vocal instructor at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. She is originally from London and her earliest performances took place at church. With the help of some awesome after-school training, Adi attended the prestigious BRIT School where her vocal abilities blossomed. After obtaining her first degree in New York City and her master's degree in Los Angeles, Adi graduated with the opinion that Iowa is the most rock-and-roll place to be, thus finding a home at the School of Rock in Ankeny.
Some of Adi’s favorite bands (excluding those who only made one album… which would make this part a lot harder for her) are Harvey Danger, Home Grown, Blink-182, and Bloodhound Gang. A la High School Musical—another major influence on her penchant for people who want to love music—“Pop punk is my passion.”
Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher
Alek Graham is a guitar teacher and bass guitar teacher at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. Alek is the grandson of a guitar player whom he unfortunately never got to meet, but Alek keeps his spirit alive by playing some of his guitars. Starting the guitar at age 13, Alek took lessons at Reiman Music and became a School of Rock student shortly thereafter.
Alek is currently working on writing, recording, and performing his own music, taking inspiration from players such as Steve Vai, Randy Rhoads, Eric Clapton, Joe Perry, and many more. While he was a member of his school's House Band, Alek developed a love of being an instructor by working with students during the summer camps. He loves to teach because he believes that it helps him and others grow musically and find their path in the world of music.
Little Wing Teacher, Rookies Teacher
Ausper Atkinson is the Little Wing and Rookies instructor at School of Rock Ankeny. They are knowledgeable on the basics of music and have a history of playing low brass and percussion instruments. Ausper's favorite genres of music are jazz, a capella, and comedy music.
Asuper has loved music for many years and has always wanted to contribute in some capacity to musical education. Ausper loves seeing the creativity of the next generation of musicians and wants to help nurture that artistry into the future.
Eric Panyan is a drum instructor at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. He was accepted into and graduated from the Baltimore School for the Arts after an initial audition. He then graduated from the Berklee College of Music.
Eric began playing drums at an early age after his first viewing of the Muppet Show and seeing Animal playing the drums—Eric was hooked! He started taking lessons and drumming became his lifelong passion. Eric enjoys all genres of music including rock, funk, jazz, classic rock, and blues.
Eric likes to keep his lessons loose, fun, and relaxed yet challenging at the same time. It is always a great joy for him to see his students grow musically, reach new heights, and achieve the same passion for drumming he has.
Guitar Teacher, Keyboard + Piano Teacher
Jeff Kroeger is a guitar, keys, and Rock 101 instructor at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. Music was always being played in Jeff’s home during his childhood but it wasn’t until he started classical piano lessons that he truly fell in love with the art form.
Jeff would go on to study jazz and music composition as well as learn to play other instruments, some of which he even sounds okay on. A native Californian, Jeff played in numerous rock, jazz, and pop groups up and down the state and is now thrilled to share his love of music with the people of Ankeny.
Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher
Julian Williams is a guitar and bass instructor at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. He has been playing music since the fifth grade but decided to officially pick up the bass in the eighth grade, followed by the guitar in 2020.
Julian is a self-taught artist, currently in four bands, and regularly gigs. In addition to rocking out in those bands, Julian also has a solo project called J.J. Williams in the works. Julian listens to an eclectic range of music but his main interest is prog rock. He is also currently attending Berklee Online studying Music Theory and Composition. Julian loves every facet of music composition and loves to share that knowledge with anyone who asks!
Vocal Teacher, Guitar Teacher, Keyboard + Piano Teacher
Logan Kulbersh is a vocals, keys, and guitar instructor at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. Logan was brought up in a musical household and grew up listening to her dad play drums in the basement. She regularly participated in musical theatre or sang in choir. Music has been a part of their life from the beginning!
Logan is currently a senior studying at Drake University, where she is a member of the Drake Choir and Musical Theatre programs, and also keeps up with her own instrumental practice as a violist. They love the community and family feeling that comes with making music with your friends, family, or even strangers, and the relationships it helps build!
Drum Teacher, Keyboard + Piano Teacher
Timothy Bohnenkamp is a keys and drum instructor at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. He started taking piano lessons from his mother and playing in church when he was a kid.
Tim began playing percussion and then drums at the age of 10, and was All-State in Iowa for concert band and jazz band as a senior at Valley High School. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a bachelor's degree in Music and ever since then he has been studying music while raising a family.
Runeii Ke’ota Kell
Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Vocal Teacher
Runeii Ke’ota Kell is a guitar, bass, and vocal instructor at the School of Rock in Ankeny, Iowa. She was introduced to metal and rock music by her parents at a young age and has pursued music as a career path and passion since.
A multi-instrumentalist, Runeii is interested in music of all kinds and plays trombone, upright bass, keys, and of course, guitar, bass, and vocals. Runeii acts as one-half of a local sludge-punk band, Anchoress. Her favorite part of teaching at the school is seeing her students’ faces light up as they progress.