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Jan 10, 2022

Student of the Month – Trenon A


Our Student of the Month (November, 2021) is Trenon, who takes Double Bass lessons at Bach to Rock Sandy Plains. Read the Q&As below to find out more about him!


Q: What inspired you to play music?

A: I wanted a change of pace that was productive and creative.

Q: What is your favorite style of music?

A: I mostly listen to Pop.

Q: Who is your favorite artist and why?

A: I like to listen to Taylor Swift’s music because it is catchy, and I can easily sing along.

Q: What is your favorite song to play?

A: I really enjoyed playing “Satin Doll” by Duke Ellington.

Q: What are you learning right now in your lessons?

A: I am learning to play the Dragonetti Double Bass Concerto.

Q: What are you most looking forward to learning/performing?

A: I am looking forward to being able to play comfortably and move past the clunkiness of being a beginner.

Q: What’s your favorite thing about Bach to Rock?

A: Bach to Rock is great because it’s a stress-free place to learn music.

Q: What is your favorite thing about your teacher?

A: He is very passionate about music and patient with me.

Q: What do you enjoy doing when you’re not playing music?

A: I like to read and draw in my free time, and I recently took up crochet. 

Mr. Neal has been Trenon's Double Bass teacher since December of 2020, and has shared his thoughts on teaching Trenon:

"Trenon is excelling at his theoretical knowledge of music, as well as turning theory to practice in his approach to playing, learning the music of others, improvising, and developing practice techniques. What I most enjoy about teaching Trenon is his ability to keep ego out of the learning environment. His willingness to accept what his skill level is right now in order to more honestly pursue where it could and will be in the near future of any moment is an admirable and very rare quality. He truly desires to learn with the pure intention of curiosity."