Adam Corkery Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Vocal Instructor
Adam Corkery was raised on rock 'n' roll from a very early age. With over 15 years of music teaching experience, Adam has no problem teaching a variety of different genres, and has been a guitar teacher and bass guitar teacher since the day School of Rock Lake Oswego opened its doors. He is also a vocal instructor. Adam's musical versatility is heavily influenced by bands such as Ween, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Tame Impala, Vulfpeck, Wild Ones and many more. During his time away from teaching music, Adam plays in the Portland-based bands Mermaid in China and Nosila.
Alison Segura Guitar Teacher, Piano Teacher, Vocal Instructor
Alison Segura is the main vocal instructor at School of Rock Lake Oswego. She is also a guitar teacher and piano teacher. Musically known as Nosila, Alison started making music with a classical singing degree in one hand and a guitar in the other. For many years she followed the folk singer/songwriter trajectory but didn’t truly find her voice until moving to the Portland area in 2017. Starting over in a new city meant she didn’t have access to her usual music collaborators. Rather than jump to fill the vacancies, she decided to try producing herself. As Alison began to learn how to produce, it quickly became clear that she was no longer making folk music. In 2018 she rebranded and began releasing music as Nosila, creating what she calls “sad girl electropop.” Nosila draws inspiration from artists like Maggie Rogers, Dirty Projectors, Billie Eilish, James Blake, Lorde and Sylvan Esso.
Casey Frantum Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Drum Teacher, Piano Teacher
Casey Frantum is a newer addition to School of Rock Lake Oswego, but he is no stranger to performing, learning and teaching music. With a degree in Music Composition, Casey combines learning proper technique with how songs are put together. He has decades of experience playing in bands and performing his own music. While versed in many genres of music, he loves to listen and play pop, punk and alternative music from the ‘80s the most. Casey is a drum teacher, guitar teacher, bass guitar teacher and piano teacher at School of Rock Lake Oswego.
Maya Brown Bass Guitar Teacher, Piano Teacher, Vocal Instructor
Maya Brown is a multi-instrumentalist and the primary piano teacher at School of Rock Lake Oswego, as well as an active member of the Portland area music scene as both a musician and a sound engineer. Maya loves teaching and playing all types of music, and specializes in music for screens like video games and movies. Maya is currently a junior at Portland State University studying Music Composition and Music Production. She is a piano teacher, bass guitar teacher, guitar teacher and vocal instructor at School of Rock Lake Oswego, and also teaches ukulele.
Chas Hansen Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher
Chas Hansen is a guitar teacher and bass guitar teacher at School of Rock Lake Oswego. Chas has been playing music for over a decade and studied music theory and composition in college. Chas started gigging in his early teens around his hometown in the Paradise area of Northern California and has since traveled the US with groups and artists, playing different genres including rock, blues, R&B and country. Chas is also an instructor in our Rock 101 groups, where he enjoys teaching students how to collaborate with other musicians in a rock rehearsal setting.
Jared Bozza Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Piano Teacher
Jared Bozza started playing the guitar at age 10, and played throughout middle and high school with friends and school bands. He first began teaching guitar privately to friends and family in high school. He recently finished his undergraduate degree at Lewis and Clark College, studying jazz guitar, performance and music education. As a music educator, he has worked for various music performance and education camps, including the New Hampshire Independent School of Music. At School of Rock Lake Oswego, Jared is a guitar teacher, bass guitar teacher and piano teacher. Jared’s musical experience ranges across many genres, with performance experience in jazz, rock, fusion, folk, blues and punk music.
Peter LeClair Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Piano Teacher, Vocal Instructor
Peter LeClair has worked as a guitar teacher, bass guitar teacher, piano teacher and vocal instructor at several School of Rock locations over the last decade, and we’ve been lucky to have him at School of Rock Lake Oswego for over half that time. Peter graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor's in Music Performance (Classical Guitar), and has put that knowledge forward in his teaching and field experience as a singer/songwriter. Peter loves the music of The Beatles, Sia and The Suburbans.
Max McCargar Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher
Max McCargar is a guitar teacher, bass guitar teacher and ukulele teacher at School of Rock Lake Oswego with a background as both a School of Rock student and gigging musician based in Oregon. He has had years of experience playing and studying the history and cultures surrounding multiple genres, including rock, jazz, funk and electronic music. Max enjoys teaching all kinds of music, and has a special fondness for composing experimental jazz and studying music theory.
Stephen Jolivet Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Drum Teacher, Piano Teacher
Stephen Jolivet is a guitar teacher, bass guitar teacher, drum teacher and piano teacher at School of Rock Lake Oswego. A graduate of School of Rock Portland, he turned his passion for music into a career through teaching. He has years of experience playing and taking music lessons from many great musicians in the Portland area, including our wonderful Music Director Adam Corkery. Stephen loves listening to all genres of music, connecting with people, and helping his students grow as musicians and individuals.
Wyatt Unger Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Vocal Instructor
Wyatt Unger is a guitar teacher, bass guitar teacher and vocal instructor at School of Rock Lake Oswego and is an active member of the Portland music scene. He is a full-time musician and student, and is currently pursuing a degree in Jazz Studies at Portland State University. He started at School of Rock Portland as a Rock 101 student at the age of 12 and continued to build his life around music from there. Today he resides in Portland and performs weekly, either as a resident member in one of his many bands or as a freelance bassist. Bass is Wyatt’s main instrument as a performing musician but years of multi-instrumental based study have allowed him to comfortably teach bass, guitar and vocals as well. He has been surrounded by music his whole life and enjoys playing and teaching a wide variety of genres, including rock, funk, blues and especially jazz. Wyatt believes that studying music should always be a fun learning experience and encourages exploration of all genres. He teaches all levels and cares a great deal about always creating a positive learning environment for his students.