Our Experienced Music Teachers
All of School of Rock Roseville’s music teachers are experienced musicians devoted to helping students attain musical proficiency. Our instructors guide students one-on-one to personalize learning, inspire confidence and build social skills.
Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Drum Teacher
Zach Waters has had over nine years of experience playing the guitar. Although primarily a rock/blues guitarist, Zach is also experienced in the following genres: pop, jazz, country and more. Some of his biggest influences are Jimi Hendrix, Joe Satriani, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana and Ronnie Montrose. He currently fronts the award-winning blues/rock band The Zach Waters Band, and has been seen on stages with internationally successful acts all across the Pacific Northwest. He is a guitar teacher, bass guitar teacher, drum teacher and piano teacher at School of Rock Roseville.
Christopher was born in Sacramento and raised in Elk Grove, CA. Ever since his Uncle bought him his first guitar, he knew he wanted to be a musician. He took his first guitar lessons, then took up saxophone in middle school and high school, and eventually took piano lessons in Elk Grove. After high school, he attended Sacramento City College and earned two A.A.s in Commercial Songwriting, and Commercial Performance. Now a certified music-maker, he is determined to share his love of piano keyboard and songwriting with anyone who is willing to rock!
Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher
Jordan Price is a guitarist, bassist, composer, producer, and music teacher in Sacramento, California. He is best known as the guitarist and bassist for the Sacramento Ska/Reggae/Rock band, The E-Regulars. Jordan’s love for music began in elementary school where he played saxophone in the school band. While in high school, the heavy guitar sounds of Van Halen and Metallica convinced him to pick up the guitar and bass. He quickly realized that he wanted to play in Rock bands, and record and tour as a professional musician. His experience with both horns and Rock instruments led to his involvement performing and writing for Funk, Ska, and Reggae groups, however he regularly performs with a wide variety of acts including psychedelic folk-rockers, My Evergreen Soul, and the Bay Area death metal band, Apothesary.
Jordan has a bachelor’s degree in music from San Jose State University where he studied Jazz guitar, composition, music theory, and electro-acoustic music under the instruction of Rick Vandivier and Dr. Pablo Furman. While attending, he performed with the school’s award-winning choir and Afro-Latin Jazz ensembles as well as premiering original pieces of electro-acoustic music and co-teaching the university’s beginning guitar class. Jordan also studied recording arts at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California, and has studied privately with Bay Area Jazz guitarist Mike Williams, Sacramento composer and guitarist Chris Lee, Funk and R&B bassist Glenn Letsch, and has attended master classes with Jazz legends John Stowell and Hristo Vitchev.
Jordan’s versatile playing spans Rock, Metal, Reggae, Ska, Funk, Blues, and Jazz. His personal style has been described as expressive, articulate, epic. He made his debut as a producer in 2016 with The E-Regulars’ California Burnout. He is currently teaching and performing in the Sacramento area while working on new material with The E-Regulars, as well as working on his solo project, Bleak Machinem, and performing with the jazz ensemble, Symphonia Phonotone.
Enamored with the bombastic energy of punk rock from an early age, Ian started tapping along with Green Day’s “Dookie” and “Smash” by The Offspring on whatever he could. Over time, the tapping snowballed into a practice pad and a pair of sticks, to lessons with an industry veteran, to the drum kit, and four years in the high school drum line.
Two decades later, that punk rock energy, ethos, and enthusiasm have influenced his playing in a number of groups across genres, ranging from a little bit of time on the road with a hardcore band to the more introspective, indie rock feel of his current project - Vinnie Guidera & the Dead Birds.
Keyboard + Piano Teacher, Singing Teacher
Rain is a multi-instrumentalist with private and group instruction in piano, vocals, and music theory since she was 6 years old. She has certificates in Music - Commercial, Recording, and Digital Audio Production. Rain first started teaching music to her siblings when she was 16 and continued to teach privately and attend lessons herself until she was 19, before becoming employed as a music instructor in 2020. Rain strives to help students connect with music as naturally as possible—explaining the reasoning behind what we do and why we do it —and keeping lessons a safe space for students to learn!
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