School of Rock Memphis’s music teachers are experienced musicians devoted to helping students attain musical proficiency. From singing to drums to guitar, our Memphis music instructors inspire and teach students to perform live.
Sarah GreenwaldSinging Teacher
In 2010, Sarah Greenwald moved from Oshkosh, WI to Memphis, TN to pursue a music degree at Visible Music College. She achieved not only a Bachelor’s degree in vocal performance but graduated with high honors and won the vocal department of excellence award for her academic work as a student and performer. It was also during college that she earned her place as an intern at a music school in Kandern, Germany where she taught voice lessons, directed choirs and taught music theory classes. Her students were also given the chance to produce shows and record in the studio where she served as a co-director and vocal coach.
Upon completing her education at Visible Music College, she started to sing with different artists around the Memphis area as a jazz vocalist, where she was able to push herself vocally and as a performer. In addition, she has taught in a variety of different elementary schools, both as a vocal and piano teacher. She’s currently serving as a worship leader at Life Fellowship Church and is planning to pursue her Master’s in vocal pedagogy and vocal performance.
Landon MooreGuitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher
Landon Moore has been performing and recording professionally in Memphis for the past 10 years. Buying his first bass guitar at 18, he immediately started playing live at various venues across Memphis. Once he had established himself as a live artist he then ventured into the world of the studio musician. Landon has performed with local bands such as Ingram Hill, Rusty Lemon, This Is Goodbye, Fast Planet, Jeremy Stanfill, Craig Davis, Eric Gales and many others. He has also performed with members of such bands as The Black Crowes, Better Than Ezra, North Mississippi Allstars, Galactic, Shinedown and Saving Abel. As a studio musician he has recorded with many of the most sought-after producers and engineers in Memphis including John Hampton, Jeff Powell, Pete Matthews and Paul Ebersold. As a School of Rock instructor, Landon hopes to bring an eclectic view of music into the minds of his students; not merely teaching them how to play the music they love, but showing them where that music ultimately came from.