I am a graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Contemporary Writing and Production with a guitar principle at Berklee College of Music in Boston. I am also a self-taught guitarist who has been playing the guitar since high school. I am very thankful that growing up in such musical family has let me pursue my musical studies. As mentioned earlier, I have been studying the guitar since my teenage years. As my musical skills grew, I volunteered to play the guitar at the church during the worship every Sunday and Wednesday. When playing the guitar, I felt so comfortable and felt like nothing could stop me from anything. I wanted to share my love of music with other people as well, so I started giving guitar lessons. I have been giving lessons since I was in high school. I taught youth groups at church who could not afford to have a teacher. The life lesson I learned from that experience was that money can not stop someone's desire to learn and achieve something. I thought that if one is really willing to learn no matter what the situation they are going through, any kind of resources should be granted without strings attached. Because after all, giving spreads from person to person, which I think, makes the world much brighter. As these experiences came along, I grew more as a musician, and more humble as a human being who can be thankful in all things. I have always thought that teaching music has a special place in my heart. I have discovered that my place in the world of music education is giving musical needs to people who love music.
Jungsub A. has over 15 years of music experience in the Chesterfield area.
Berklee College of Music (2010-2016) Musicians Institute (2008-2009)
Composer/Guitarist/Sound Engineer (First Korean Presbyterian Church in St. Louis) 2014-Present Freelance Performer/Guitarist (St. Louis) 2010-Present
Private Guitar Instructor (St. Louis) 2011-Present
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