New this spring:  Kscholastic is excited to be offering virtual music lessons! 

Carlos is a guitarist, songwriter, singer, and producer for the band Mystery Loves Company.  He has recorded acoustic guitar on the band's 4 full-length studio albums and numerous other projects, and performs and tours with them regularly.  A self-taught musician, Carlos encourages his students to explore their instrument and find their own unique voice. He is a sponsored artist of the brand He has a degree in architecture from the University of Houston and loves writing songs, stories, and non-fiction.

David is a piano performance major at the University of Houston. A native Houstonian, David has loved to work as a pianist in many Houston churches and high schools, and to be the pianist for the UH-affiliated Iris Trio. David finds joy in collaborating with other musicians and believes in making lifelong relationships through music. This joy of collaboration and sharing music with audiences and students is the source of his passion for piano. He believes music education is enriching to everyone’s lives. Outside of music, David enjoys exploring new cities and learning about foreign cultures.

Lessons are available for:

Your first session will be a free trial where you and your teacher will get to know each other, discuss goals for lessons, and communicate any other important information on working styles/preferences etc.  

Tutoring Services.

Kscholastic Inc.

  • Guitar 
  • Strings 
  • Voice 
  • Piano
  • Music theory

Meet our instructors:

Maddy is passionate about music education and performance. After graduating from Lawrence Conservatory with a Bachelor of Music in Cello Performance and receiving Suzuki training, she directed the orchestra at KIPP SHARP Fine Arts College Prep in Houston for 8 years. She plays both acoustic and electric cello and performs frequently with her band, Mystery Loves Company, in which she is a founding member, cellist, singer, improviser, songwriter, and arranger. Maddy is an endorsed artist of the electric instrument company NS Design.