Our Faculty

Our faculty members truly care about their students and they are committed to providing a learning experience that fosters and develops a life-long love of music.

Gabriel Deutsch
Gabriel Deutsch

Gabriel Deutsch is a guitarist and arranger living and performing in LA. He holds a Master's degree in performance and composition from the California Institute of the Arts. Gabriel's guitar style has been described as a bridging of the gap between flamenco and classical performance. His work with the Los Angeles Electric 8 has enjoyed a great many write ups and has enjoyed performances with Microfest, Red Cat and Pomona City College.

Gabriel has made hundreds of arrangements for guitar. His arrangements include classical works of Rachmonioff and Mozart to Classic Rock and Electronic Music. His YouTube channel, Gabriel Solo Guitar is nearing 1000 subscribers with arrangements that delight the guitarist and music appreciator alike.

Gabriel has performed at reputable venues all over the greater LA area: from Disney Concert Hall to The Wiltern to Pappy and Harriets. Gabriel has a studio in Old Town Pasadena where he teaches classical, acoustic and electric guitar.

Sunwoo Han

Sunwoo is a music producer, a drummer, and a sound engineer who has a Bachelor of Music degree in music production and drum performance in Berklee College of Music. She released her first EP album, "Love," in 2018 which was distributed worldwide. Her main goal as a teacher is to provide students with what they wants as musicians and communicating with them to increase their musical skills.


Anne Eunjoh Jeong

Anne Eunjoh Jeong is a two-decade experienced teacher of all ages dedicated as well as a church accompanist.

Anne has a piano performance degree and has participated in various master classes under Janon Fishvine of the Manhattan School of Music, Alexander of Russia Music Conservatory Professor.

Anne loves working with young children which gives the most rewarding and worthwhile experiences of all.

Jenny Kim

Jenny is passionate about music. With over a decade of experience in teaching private lessons, including working with children, she is dedicated to nurturing musical talent. With a patient and personalized approach, she aims to inspire students of all ages to develop their musical abilities to their fullest potential.

Jenny's love for music is deeply rooted in her family's musical heritage. Growing up with a family with numerous musical performers and teachers, she learned and grew passion for music. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Music with a specialization in Classical Piano Performance from UC San Diego.

Beyond her teaching and accompanist roles, Jenny actively contributes to the musical landscape of her community through her involvement in church settings. Her versatility and adaptability shine as she engages in various musical contexts, enhancing worship services and special events.

Jenny's vision for her students is to provide them with more than just musical skills. She aims to instill a lifelong love and enjoyment of music. By fostering creativity, self-expression, and a deep connection to the art, she empowers her students to carry the gift of music with them throughout their lives.

Eojini Park

Eojini is a highly experienced piano instructor and an active collaborative pianist for over twenty years. In 2020, she completed the Collaborative Piano master’s program at CSUN.

Eojini also holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in piano performance from Chonnam National University, South Korea. She was a full scholarship recipient. Furthermore, she was also a participant in the summer camp at Hungary Liszt Conservatory. Additionally, she was a participant at the USC Collaborative Keyboard Festival in 2019. At the California State University of Northridge, she studied with Dr. Pei-Shan Lee and Dr. Tali Tadmor. At CSUN, she was awarded the Dr. Robert W. Wienpahl Scholarship and Willam Richard Memorial Scholarship.

Eojini Park is currently the accompanist for the Pasadena Christian School, Verdugo Hills Women's Chorus, Blessing Women’s Choir, and the Young Nak Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. She was also the accompanist for the All Nations Church in Sunland, California, for the past seven years, and the Olympic Presbyterian Church.

Eojini’s teaching philosophy is not only to teach children music but to also help kids find passion in it. Her teaching style adapted based on her students' personality and ages. Eojini is also the mother of two boys and one girl, who are 21, 18, and 16 years old respectively.

Jin-Ju Seo

Jin-Ju started learning piano when she was 6 and a half years old. She has served as an accompanist at Korean Peace Church of Los Angeles during her middle school years. She has served as an accompanist for a variety of vocalists at Chatsworth High School. She has served as an accompanist at Mandarin Baptist Church of San Fernando Valley and at Evergreen Mission Church during her college years.

Jin-Ju has taken years of piano lessons with Yung-Mee Rhee (the director of La Canada School of Music). Jin-Ju studied music at Los Angeles Valley College, then majored in Piano Performance for Master's Degree at CSUN.
She has been working as a piano teacher at La Canada School of Music for years.

Jin-Ju is currently an accompanist at Antioch Presbyterian Church. She teaches piano in Korean and in English. She loves accompanying choir music. She enjoys singing. She is happy when giving piano lessons to her students.

Paul Sinclair
Paul Sinclair

Paul Sinclair teaches and performs on Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Bassoon, Oboe, Trumpet, Trombone, and French Horn. He studied at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Colburn, The University of Michigan, UC Irvine, and Mills College, receiving tuition scholarships and winning merit scholarships including the Rislov Foundation Scholarship and the San Gennaro Italian American Music Scholarship.

Currently, Paul performs and lectures, develops concerts in culturally significant zones such as the San Gabriel Mission, and conducts research on sound/art theory. With experiences playing in orchestras, jazz ensembles, wind bands, singer/songwriter groups, experimental ensembles, and traditional music groups, Paul guides students through the study of music open heartedly.