Multi-instrumentalist Anthony Moraila has been teaching guitar, bass, piano, voice, and saxophone for over a decade. His passion for his students cannot be overstated.
Steve started his professional career during his junior year in high school in his home town of Orland, California performing in local classic rock and country bands. Under the instruction of Bob Burleson (Chico), Steve learned rudiments and latin beats, and more importantly, how to read music. Entering Shasta Community College Steve majored in music and performed with the big band, the jazz ensemble, a percussion ensemble, and even the symphony. Notably he competed with the SCC big band against similar big bands at the famed Reno Jazz Festival.
For over 10 years now Steve has been passing on his passion for drumming combined with his vast live performing experience at his studio at Consumer Music in Vallejo. He also enjoys setting up and renting out drum kits from his large arsenal of drumming equipment for concerts dates or recording sessions.
Multi-instrumentalist Elijah has been teaching guitar, bass, piano, and voice for over 15 years. He is also a solo artist and has toured with many different acts across the country.
Devin Turner starting taking lessons at Consumer Music when he was 13 years old and then used the skills he developed as student to go on to play in dozens of bands during his time in high school, UC Davis, and in Los Angeles and the SF Bay Area. Aside from just playing in bands all across California, Devin has been teaching Guitar, Bass, Piano, and Mandolin for the past 10 years. Knowing how important a good instructor can be in the development of musical ability, he takes great pride in giving his students a solid foundation in music theory, sight reading, rhythm, as well as playing in an ensemble.