Trombone, Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Digital Recording, Songwriting & Composition
Bachelor Degree in Social Sciences and Education from University of Northern Colorado. Collegiate studies in music theory and jazz. Owner of Summit Sound Studio; has recorded local commercials and local artists. Experienced in sound design and composition with Spokane’s Interplayer Theater. Member of Board of Directors for Thin Air Radio.
Stanton Cobbs is the Instructor for Digital Recording, Songwriting and Composition. Mr. Cobbs has been a private music instructor for over 10 years at Holy Names Music Center. He specializes in teaching all styles of guitar and voice. He is also the owner and operator of Summit Sound Studio, a state-of-the-art digital recording studio located in Tum Tum, Washington.
Mr. Cobbs has composed and produced a wide variety of original musical compositions. He has also composed music and designed the sound for the 2001-2002 season at Interplayers Theatre. His compositions include pieces for acoustic guitar, vocals and band. He has been teaching music for over thirty years and has performed in Spokane since 1981. Mr. Cobbs graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 1972.
Note from Stanton:
Over the years I have learned how to teach beginners of any age… trombone, guitar, bass guitar, ukulele, banjo and mandolin, to learn to love the instrument and to begin to become proficient. My expert areas on the guitar are jazz, blues and pop singing with guitar accompaniment, country blues, and modern fingerstyle. I teach beginning through intermediate classical guitar, Electric Guitar, classic rock and current styles. I teach any age and instrument jazz improvisation, and improvisation over any style of music through the use of pentatonic scales, modes, and arpeggios. I accept students of all ages. For students under 9 years of age, I would prefer that the parent attend lessons with the student in order to be able to reinforce techniques in the home.