Meet Our Instructors
At Enumclaw Music, we provide both group and individual lessons for a wide variety of instruments, all provided by professional private instructors within the Enumclaw Music studios. If you have any questions or wish to set up a lesson, please contact our instructors directly or call us at (360-825-1191. Our wonderful staff will help you match your student with a teacher that is right for them!
Why take lessons at Enumclaw Music?
- Our one-on-one instruction helps students to progress more efficiently than independent study.
- Our instructors provide knowledge, support, and encouragement to all their students to encourage a comfortable learning environment.
- Our professional instructors have many varied skill sets. We will do our best to find the right fit for you!
- Our lessons are adaptable to any student's needs. Learn at your own pace!
- We work hard to create a warm atmosphere for everyone involved! Parents and guardians are also welcome to observe lessons.
- Our lessons start at the most affordable price range of around $25 per half-hour.
Is Enumclaw Music the Right Fit for You?
Located in historic downtown Enumclaw, our teachers cater to all nearby areas, namely Enumclaw, Black Diamond, Buckley, Bonney Lake, Carbonado, Maple Valley, and Auburn.
We have many teachers and offer lessons in everything from violin to jazz improvisation!
We also offer lessons any day of the week, any time, perfect for busy schedules!
Chris BeinkeBrass,Trumpet, Baritone, Euphonium, Tuba, Group Brass Classes
Chris has been playing music for 17 years, specializing in Trumpet, but performed on Tuba, percussion, Euphonium and everything in between. His passion was focused on inspiring young musicians to keep playing and showing the joys that comes from music.
Colby SingletonGuitars, Electric Bass, Ukulele
Colby was born and raised in small town Calhoun, Georgia and moved to Enumclaw in 2012. He is a self-taught musician with 20+ years of musical experience and started playing at 10 years old. He enjoys teaching students and strongly believes positive reinforcement, support, and motivation are key to learning, as well as having fun.
David BozichElectric/Upright Bass, Cello, Guitar, Ukulele, Group Classes
David is the current owner of Enumclaw Music. He has played bass for 40+ years and enjoys teaching others how to play as well. David strongly believes that our youth should have the opportunity to find their passion for music and is working on growing the Enumclaw music program. He is also actively involved in the local music community.
Kaitlin ReedPiano, Viola, Violin
Kaitlin has been a music educator since 2004. Her teaching style prioritizes clear, compassionate communication, collaboration, and mindful practice strategies that give you options and tools for overcoming playing challenges with creativity and ease.
Luanne’s principle goal is to provide a positive, nurturing environment in which students can experience the joy, satisfaction and challenge of learning play the piano and discovering their musical potential.
Lynn BrannenVoice, Guitar, Piano, Banjo
Lynn has been teaching voice and guitar for 30 years. Her experience includes lead roles in light opera, musical theatre, classical performances and many years as a worship leader in her church. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Music/Vocal performance from the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Scott GoodwinPercussion, Drums
Scott is a professional drummer, vocalist and songwriter featuring rock, country, funk and jazz stylings. Having achieved a Bachelor of Music at Eastern Washington University, Scott teaches music at the Seattle Drum School, Enumclaw Music and regularly performs with The Andy Coe Band, RL Heyer, Welcome Strangers, The Blue Wave Band, and Flowmotion along with many others.
Aaron Bedford EideMusic Theory, Composition, 1 on 1 Tutoring
Aaron Eide is a graduate from Berklee College of music, the top contemporary music school in the world, with a bachelors in both music composition and theory, and a masters in music production. He is currently finishing up a masters in composition as well as music theory. Aaron has written music for a handful of short films and concert works, and published several of his works through his production studio and publishing company, PAC Music Studio. Over the years Aaron has taught and tutored music theory and composition for many students both in the Enumclaw area and from around the world online. Teaching is one of his favorite activities relating to music, as it allows him to share his passion with like-minded people and help to foster that passion in others.