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Steve Kilgallon
Available for both virtual and in-person lessons

Published author with Hal Leonard. His latest release Double Pedal Metal received 4.5 stars out of 5 stars from Modern Drummer magazine. Steve teaches Rock, Funk, Hip Hop, Jazz, and Latin. Lessons are custom tailored with a multi media approach. He has been teaching for 15 years.
Pete Krutschnitt
Available for both virtual and in-person lessons

Pete has been studying percussion since the age of 9. He holds a B.A. in Percussion Performance from Marietta College, and has performed in a variety of ensembles, ranging from a Marimba Orchestra to an NFL Drum line. He currently performs locally in Americana, Jazz, Funk, and Pop groups, namely Big Hoax, his main project. He has been teaching drum set, concert and marching percussion since 2009. Pete is an energetic and personable teacher who uses a combination of method books, new music, and classic technique-building exercises to design an engaging approach for each student.
Tito Pediford
Available for both virtual and in-person lessons

Windsor "Tito" Pediford holds a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from an education shared between Julliard and City College. Tito is proficient in acoustic and electric bass, piano, all African and Latin percussions, vibraphone, trap drums, programmable synthesizers, as well as writing and arranging for brass, reeds, strings, chorus, and rhythm sections. Coming from a family heavily involved with music performance locally, nationally, & internationally, Tito was afforded the opportunity to perform with people such as: Miles Davis, Mongo Santamaria, King Curtis, Mandrill, G.Q, Change, Jocelyn Brown, LeRoy Burgess, Amel Larrieux, and others. Tito has toured around the world and across the U.S. He has led 3 bands of his own, 2 of which were published, and he was a side man for a host of disco records in the 80’s. Tito loves to push his students to reach their full potential with music!

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Aeryn Goldstein
Available for both virtual and in-person lessons 

Aeryn Goldstein is an instrumental music teacher in the Prince George’s County Public School System. She started playing music at age 7 with piano lessons, took on brass instruments (Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone) at age 9, and other rhythm section instruments (Guitar, Bass, Drums) at age 14. Aeryn graduated with her bachelor’s in music education from Towson University in 2019 and gigs in the DC/Baltimore areas with her band “Professor Goldstein & the Adjuncts.”