Brian has been teaching guitar at The Musik Planet for a few years now.  He is very patient and enjoys all types of music. 

  Brian Bingham began taking guitar lessons when he was 13 years old. Having been   motivated by classic and hard rock, he performed in various bands in high school. Towards the   end of high school, Brian began studying classical guitar performance with Patrick Red at   Riverside Community College. At he University of Redlands, Brian studied classical guitar under   the instruction of Stuart Green. He also studied Music Composition for various ensembles   under Professor and composer Anthony Suter. In 2010, Brian earned his Bachelor’s Degree in   Music Composition from the University of Redlands. Brian has course-training in Musical   Pedagogy and four years of teaching experience. “I am overwhelmed with gratitude for al the teachers I have had in my musical journey.    I use technology in my lessons, I know firsthand that nothing beats one on one musical i  nstruction. My outcome is to find what inspires a student musically, and strengthen their   abilities towards those achievements.”

Brian Bingham began taking guitar lessons when he was 13 years old. Having been motivated by classic and hard rock, he performed in various bands in high school. Towards the end of high school, Brian began studying classical guitar performance with Patrick Red at Riverside Community College. At he University of Redlands, Brian studied classical guitar under the instruction of Stuart Green. He also studied Music Composition for various ensembles under Professor and composer Anthony Suter. In 2010, Brian earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Music Composition from the University of Redlands. Brian has course-training in Musical Pedagogy and four years of teaching experience. “I am overwhelmed with gratitude for al the teachers I have had in my musical journey.  I use technology in my lessons, I know firsthand that nothing beats one on one musical instruction. My outcome is to find what inspires a student musically, and strengthen their abilities towards those achievements.”