Ubiquitous Music Music education in Escondido, CA
Our mission is to bring music education to students of all ages, including adults. We have created programs that teach students the essential elements of music while teaching them to work with others as they create a shared music product.
In schools we provide a team of highly trained musicians to instruct students thereby extending a schools art education budget to include additional specialized music programs.
Currently our guitar program is finding the greatest success with students in middle school through high school. Classes of 25-30 students are taught 8 basic chord progressions which are the key harmony ingredients to hundreds of popular music compositions.
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This beginning class is geared for fun on the guitar. Taught by Dave Royal who has more than a decade of teaching younger kids how much fun music can be. Students ages 7-11 learn 3-6 easy playing chords & play along with the instructor while learning about melody and rhythm.
Come join the class that shows you how to ROCK together in a REAL BAND! This four-week course teaches students ages 12 18 all about playing in a modern rock band. Guitar, Bass, Keyboard, and Drums will be explored. This class not only gets kids playing together; but also understanding the music theory behind what they are doing.
This highly informative class will engage students immediately with chords and understandable music theory concepts. Students who are guitar players and bass players are particularly encouraged to take this 6-week class. Students ages 7-11 learn how notes & chords fit together, left and right hand techniques, and how to use these skills in a band setting.
This 6-week class is perfect for the person who has learned to play a little by ear and wants to understand the mechanics of music. Students do not need to be keyboardists to enroll. This class is about learning creativity in music through understanding.
Founder of Ubiquitous Music, Jack Brooks graduated from the Berklee College of Music with a Bachelor of Music in Composition in 1975.
He has taught programs in Poway, Vista, Grossmont, Escondido, and headed the Fairbanks Country Day School Music Department for seven years, where he developed the curriculum that Ubiquitous Music operates on. A genuine innovator in music education, Jack’s methods yield quick results while keeping music FUN!
Gary Stewart (Also called Mr. Wonderful and the Zen of Shred) is a Canadian-born rocker who was classically trained on the piano from the ages of 4 to 11 and graduated from the Guitar Institute of Technology at age 19.
Originally from the Bronx, Paul Kimbarow is one of the most sought-after musicians in San Diego. He’s been recording and performing for over 30 years and is dedicated to providing a solid foundation for drummers to grow from.
Piano, Keyboard, Trumpet
Elizabeth Meeker has taught piano, music theory, and ear training at schools including: Yale University, Center for the Arts High School in New Haven, CT, and Southwestern College in Chula Vista. She has experience teaching group piano, music theory, ear training, and music history. She is a very enthusiastic teacher, committed to the propagation of musical knowledge.
Rated Average (3 of 5) from 2 reviews
Apr 19, 2016
I've taken guitar lessons here for years and it is an awesome small business that really values the student's education. The shop is undergoing many improvements, and the teachers are all really great at all the instruments they play and good at teaching them. Even though it's a little hidden from the outside, I would highly recommend checking the place out before passing it by. The price is quite affordable compared to many neighboring places and it is centrally located along Grand Ave in Escondido with many different times available for lessons. They are flexible and a very nice group of teachers :) hope this helped!
I recommend this business
by Netty from Ramona
Mar 12, 2015
This organization has gone downhill since Jack has been gone.
I don't recommend this business
- Gary Stewart Airplanes and a guitar pt. IIIGuitar Instructor extraordinary Gary Stewart shows off his chops at home on his custom-made Artist Series red-tolex Marshall JCM800. Gary teaches local students at The Music Playce and Ubiquitous Music, and has graduated from the Musicians Institute.
- Ensemble Sniglet 1-16-09Here's what one of the band classes is working on this week.
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