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Paul Kellogg

Piano, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Voice/Singing

Paul Kellogg is a skilled musician and music teacher with experience teaching students of all ages, skill levels, and backgrounds on piano, organ, guitar, bass, voice, and drums. Paul is a graduate of California Lutheran University with a BA in Music Production. Paul has served as a music minister, individual and classroom music instructor, audio engineer, and freelance pianist throughout his career.

In 2019, he won first prize in the American Guild of Organists Ventura County Chapter Quimby Regional Competition for Young Organists and went on to compete in the final round at the AGO West Convention in Orange County. Paul is a lover of all styles of music, and he is also a singer and multi-instrumentalist, with experience playing piano, organ, guitar, bass guitar, drumset, and percussion. Paul also served as sub-dean of the AGO Ventura County chapter from 2020 to 2023.

Paul has been teaching piano, organ, guitar, bass, vocal, and drum students since 2017. His teaching style is unique in that he focuses on building a strong understanding of music in general and not just knowledge of one particular instrument. Paul loves using Faber, Thompson, and Bastien piano method books, along with Hal Leonard guitar and bass method books. He loves watching his students grow as musicians and takes great pride in the success of his students.

In addition, Paul ensures that his students cultivate a love of music above all else, because it is his belief that young musicians have the best chance of success when they truly love the work they are doing with their instrument. Therefore, Paul places great emphasis on keeping lessons fun and engaging, and always tries to teach students music they are excited to learn. He adapts his teaching methods to his students’ individual needs and goals and tailors the lessons to accommodate whatever those needs and goals may be.

Paul Kellogg


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California Lutheran University

Las Vegas

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