Meet Our Teachers

At Westside Music School, we pride ourselves on the quality of music instruction provided to all of our students.

Westside offers classes and music lessons in piano, keyboard, violing, voice, guitar, brass & woodwinds, as well as Early Childhood music and movement.

We’d like to introduce you to our instructors.

  • Claudia Reinsch

    claudia-reinschClaudia has been a music lover her entire life. Very early, she felt the calling to become a music teacher, working with several students while she was still in high school. She has been a student of music throughout her life and career (see list of degrees and certifications below). She began her professional career as a music instructor in 1979 with the Keyser Music Center. Nine years later, in 1988, she purchased Westside Music School.

    With a love for teaching students of all ages and Claudia enjoys watching as they grow in knowledge, ability, and confidence. In addition to providing music instruction Claudia also enjoys the challenge of managing the music school and the joy of getting to know and work with really wonderful people… READ MORE

  • Chris Swanson, Violin Instructor

    Chris has 20 years of teaching experience.  He teaches  classical, folk, popular, country, and bluegrass styles to children and adults.  He has an incremental teaching style with reasonable expectations for easy progress at each lesson with a focus on both excellence and fun.

  • Jeff Johnston, Brass & Woodwind Instructor

    Jeff has 20 years of teaching experience.  He teaches  classical, folk, popular, country, and bluegrass styles to children and adults.  He has an incremental teaching style with reasonable expectations for easy progress at each lesson with a focus on both excellence and fun.

Westside Music School

1800 NW 167th Place, Suite 110
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
(503) 533-5100
info@westsidemusicschool.org

From the Chorus

"So many people have asked me what the secret is to having Julianna continue to enjoy playing the piano. Honestly, I can’t take the credit as her Mom, and I can’t say that she was born with a skill or passion for playing. The secret is the sense of community that she shares once a week with her teacher and her piano peers at Westside Music School."

-- Student Parent

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