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Our Experienced Music Instructors

School of Rock has experienced music instructors

Our Experienced Music Instructors

School of Rock Baton Rouge’s music teachers are experienced musicians devoted to helping students attain musical proficiency. From singing to drums to guitar, our Baton Rouge music instructors inspire and teach students to perform live.

Studio Manager

Hana HartStudio Manager

A professional singer from Plaquemine, LA, Hana has 17 years of experience in the entertainment industry. She has sang for all of that time as well as worked in the movie industry as an on-set and post-production sound engineer, and as a Project Manager for a creative agency. Putting her knowledge of business and music together, she has remained the co-owner and lead singer of local cover band The Anteeks for the last six years.

Her singing career has led her to sing in venues all across the country, including Carnegie Hall in New York, and as a supporting act for artists such as Huey Lewis and the News, Ronnie Milsap, Cowboy Mouth and Irma Thomas.
Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher

Robert HoldenGuitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher

Robert began learning to play guitar at age 12, and after studying under local legend Stan Campbell, he moved to California to study guitar and music business/production at the Musicians Institute. During his time there he studied under some of the world's most successful studio/gigging musicians, gaining insight into a wide variety of styles. After studying and playing in bands around Los Angeles as well as recording for film, television and other musicians, Robert moved back to Louisiana for the rich and vibrant music scene of the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas. He has recorded and played shows at venues and festivals all across the Southeast with styles ranging from jazz and funk to rock, bluegrass and everything in between.
Drum Teacher

Karl BoudreauxDrum Teacher

Drummer from south Louisiana, Karl started playing at the young age of eight. Over his 30-plus years of playing and studying music, he has been privileged to share stages across the United States and Europe with many amazing musicians. From orchestra concert bands, jazz ensemble groups, church worship teams, small acoustic settings to large concert venues, he
has learned that being a drummer is about playing for the music. "Less is more" is the philosophy he has behind the drum kit. "As the drummer in a band, you are the glue that holds everything together. It's all about the groove and playing tasteful fills in the right spot that compliments the rest of the band. Music is a conversation and no one likes to converse with someone who is always talking. Karl is currently the US drummer for international blues artist Larry Garner, south Louisiana-based country band Vidalia, works as a freelance drummer along the Gulf Coast and also stays busy with standing weekly house gigs on world famous Bourbon St. in New Orleans.

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