Staff & Music Teachers

Inna G.

Inna G. - Birthday: January 16th - Instrument: Piano, Voice, Woodwinds, Strings - At the age of 14 I graduated from music school where I studied piano, vocal, saxophone, and composition writing. I my bachelors in Music in Moscow and have been attending CSU for my bachelors in piano and music education. I love to teach children of all ages in any style that they love.


Jessica - Birthday: August 23rd - Instruments: Brass, Piano, Woodwinds - I grew up in South Florida and moved to Sacramento in early 2016. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Flute Performance and Master’s Degree in multiple Woodwind Performance from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL. I play flute, piano, bassoon, saxophone, oboe, clarinet and have been a dedicated musician for 15 years. I also currently play the bassoon in the Sacramento Symphonic Winds.

Julian B.

Julian B. - Birthday: April 28th - Instruments: Drums, Guitar - Hi! My name is Julian. I've been playing drums and guitar for 7 years. I'm currently in two Sacramento bands, one that I drum for, the other I sing for. I have been singing all of my life as well as pursuing a musical passion. My favorite genres of music are Rock and Heavy Metal. I'm a huge comic book nerd, my favorite super heroes are Batman, Captain America, and Wolverine. I'm also a huge Star Wars fanatic!

Why B2R?

  • Individual instruction with proprietary curriculum
  • Students are motivated by playing with others in a band
  • A band builds teamwork, develops social skills, fosters self-esteem and leads to lasting friendships.
  • Everyone learns faster playing music they like
  • Students are motivated to learn when they see early results
  • Introducing very young children to music supports cognitive development and motor skills.

B2R Curriculum

  • A well-balanced music education consists of Music Theory, Technique and Repertoire.
  • Students learn faster playing music they like.
  • Simplified versions of modern songs allow students to see results more quickly.
  • Audio recordings of each simplified arrangement are available to students. This allows them to hear how their part should sound.
  • Lessons are catered to the needs of each student's learning style.