Red Pelican Music Los Angeles, CA

We offer lessons on a wide variety of instruments - piano, guitar, bass, voice, drums, percussion, banjo, dobro, mandolin, pedal steel, ukulele, saxophone, flute, clarinet, violin, viola and cello. In addition, we offer theory, ear training, songwriting, film scoring, and music software lessons.

Our teaching approach is individualized, comprehensive and fun! Lessons are tailored to the unique goals and stylistic interests of the student. A typical lesson will involve technique, theory, and a song project.

Play the music you love!

We only do one thing, music lessons. We hope you'll find our customer service exemplary, and our teachers top-notch. We pride ourselves on having not only the most talented, but the nicest people in town. We hope you'll agree.
Don't hesitate to give us a call. We'll be happy to answer any questions and look forward to helping you along your musical journey.
Lessons Offered
  • Banjo
  • Bass
  • Cello
  • Clarinet
  • Drums
  • Flute
  • Guitar
  • Mandolin
  • Music Theory
  • Percussion
  • Piano
  • Saxophone
  • Songwriting
  • Strings
  • Ukulele
  • Viola
  • Violin
  • Voice
Contact Information
Website
Phone Number (310) 893-0776
City Los Angeles, CA
Zip Code 90024
Address 10845 Lindbrook Drive, Suite 209
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Products and Services
Our guitar instructors are top working professionals who love to teach. Do you remember that strict, humorless teacher you had as a kid? You won't find them at Red Pelican Music! Our guitar teachers tend to be young and cool - if not in age, certainly at heart. Top pros - actively performing, recording and composing, right here in Los Angeles. While our approach is modern, it is also comprehensive and organized. A typical guitar lesson will involve technique, theory, and a song project - often coming right from your music collection.
Red Pelican Teachers have music degrees from top conservatories and universities. In addition, they are working professionals who play in rock bands, orchestras, and compose music for film and video games.
Do you remember that strict, humorless vocal teacher you had as a kid? We didn't hire her. Our teachers tend to be young and coolif not in age, at heart. While our approach is modern, it is also comprehensive. A typical lesson will involve three things: technique, traditional studies, and a song project - often coming right off the student's iPod!
Key People
Scott
Scott
Guitar Lessons
Scott'sgentle and organized style works equally well with complete beginners, or folks working on advanced concepts - from jazz theory to metal techniques (sweep picking arpeggios, etc).
Adam
Adam
Banjo, Dobro And Guitar Lessons
A multi-instrumentalist, Adam teaches banjo, guitar and dobro. He is a dazzling player, with an organized, but easy-going teaching style, who really enjoys demystifying music for his students. Adam is equally adept withcountry, rock, jazz and bluegrass.
Brian M.
Brian M.
Drum Lessons
Brian graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Specializing in Jazz drumming and World Music, Brian has performed with jazz legends Wynton Marsalis, Joe Lovano, George Garzone, Hal Crook and many others. Brian has toured extensively in the United States, Europe and South America, recently returning from a two week engagement in Columbia.
Anthony
Anthony
Piano, Voice, Songwriting
Anthonygrew up in the small mountain town of Evergreen, CO where he starting blowing audiences away his musical abilities at the young age of 7. His talents took him to national piano competitions year after year and also to arts magnet school, Denver School of the Arts where he began composing and writing songs.Anthonywas awarded a full scholarship to the Berklee summer program in 2005 and won their annual songwriting competition that year. He later graduated with a Bachelor's degree from CalArts where he focused on contemporary voice and keyboard, songwriting, and composition.
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