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Born and raised in the Dallas TX, Chris Escarfullery started following his passion for music at a young age. By the time he was earning his undergraduate degrees in French and Music from Southern Methodist University, Chris had immersed himself in the local music community as a private lesson instructor, performing musician, backup vocalist, interviewer, assistant recording engineer and pop-up show specialist. Having completed his graduate studies in Music Business and Entertainment Industries from University of Miami, Chris continues to empower his students with the skillsets he has acquired through his classical training and his pop / rock work experience. Through combining practical music theory and practice techniques with music production and songwriting, Chris hopes to encourage his students to find their own unique voice and experiment with creating music of their own.Chris is also involved in two indie rock bands, both of them based in Dallas, TX. In Ruff Wizard (his “dog” band, https://ruffwizard.com) he sings and plays keyboards, and in Catamaran (his “cat” band, https://catamaranband.com) he plays bass guitar, synths, and is a backing vocalist.
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Alex Beane began his musical career singing in the choir at the Episcopal Church. The end of junior year at Episcopal School of Dallas marked Alex’s decision to pursue music at the next level, and he began vocal training with Debra Scroggins that summer for college auditions. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Vocal Performance, with Songwriting and Arts Entrepreneurship Minors at Southern Methodist University. He has worked with Robyn Flatt at Dallas Children’s Theater on a number of performances including Velveteen Rabbit, Little House on the Prairie, and Honus and Me. After playing the lead role in Grease his senior year, Alex has stayed involved at the Episcopal School of Dallas by participating in various alumni musicals – Urinetown, Putnam County Spelling Bee, and backstage work on Little Shop of Horrors. He has previous teaching experience through Specialty Tutors, and he is looking forward to applying that knowledge and helping his students reach their maximum musical potential.
Greg Ray has been teaching the guitar since 1990. He teaches all styles including pop, jazz, rock, classical, country, and more.
Greg is the Dallas director of the Childbloom Guitar Program and has won multiple awards for excellence over the past twenty years.
He taught in various schools in the Dallas metroplex such as Greenhill School, Providence School, Highland Park Presbyterian Church, Dallas Music, and currently he teaches at Park Cities School of Music and Lakewood Conservatory of Fine Arts.
Greg has had three of his students accepted to Booker T. Washington School for the Visual and Performing Arts in Dallas over the last three years.
He teaches all ages from 5 years old and up, and holds annual voluntary student recitals and concerts.
Greg also performs locally with his jazz quartet.
Park Cities School of Music
Have you been looking for music lessons for your child or yourself? If so, turn to a trusted music school that has a reputation of offering well-balanced instruction from highly trained and experienced teachers. At Park Cities School of Music, we offer a comprehensive list of music lessons to children of all ages and adults throughout the Dallas, University Park, Highland Park, Lakewood, and other surrounding communities. We strive to provide students with a variety throughout their learning experience here at our school. Call us at (214) 455-1477 to request more information!