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2000 NE 146 Street Map
Route North Miami, FL   33181  
2000 NE 146 Street, North Miami, FL 33181
(305) 454-0688
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School of Rock is the leader in performance-based music education. We teach guitar, bass, drums, keyboard and vocals, and our students put on amazing shows at local venues. Our programs, camps and workshops for toddlers, kids, teens and adults make learning to play music fun and create great communities of musicians.

School of Rock North Miami can be found at 2000 NE 146 Street . The following is offered: Music Instruction . In North Miami there are 4 other Music Instruction. An overview can be found here.


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  • Marcel Salas

    Music Director / Bass, Guitar, Keyboard & Drums Instructor

    Marcel Salas has been a professional musician since age 18, proficient in keyboard, guitar, bass, drums, and vocals. Has played in major label acts such as Pitbull and Shakira. He has played in underground metal bands from south Florida such as Cyst, Solstice, and Faethom. And has played in local south Florida groove based bands Suenalo, Xperimento, Big Brooklyn Red, Juke, Lanzallamas, Chantil Dukart and the Dukes of Art, and House Savage. He was involved for several years in the Miami Dade College Jazz Performance Group. He performed at the Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia- Italy, played 3 Navy USO Tours in Guantanamo Bay, Bahrain (Middle East) and Djibouti (Africa). He has played in a multitude of festivals throughout Florida and the United States such as: Spirit of the Suwanee, Orange Blossoms Jamboree, Grassroots Music Festival NY, Grassroots Music Festival North Carolina and Miami. Has taught privately for over 15 years and ran several show bands at the South Miami School of Rock from 2013-2016


  • Lourdes Sofia Romero

    Vocal & Keyboard Instructor

    "Sofy" Romero is a Grammy nominated vocal performer/songwriter and a dedicated music educator who currently lives in Miami Florida. Romero goes by the stage name of “Sofy Encanto” and is the creative voice and co-founding member of Recording Artist “Elastic Bond”. Her group is signed to Nacional Records. Sofy performs and teaches vocal and piano performance around the world delivering musical performances as well as educational workshops and classes at places like festivals, educational facilities and charities such as County Public Schools program “Roots in the Schools”, Planeta Feliz, Kids in Distress, Miami Science Museum's "Big Bang” program. Her work has been recognized by The LA Times, The Miami Herald, The Miami New Times, The Japan Yomiuri Shimbun, Latina Magazine and Billboard Magazine. Here work has also been broadcasted by NPR, The BBC, PBS, ESPN, CNN, Discovery Channel, Nickelodeon, MTV, Concert Channel, CW Networks and ABC. Romero’s passion is sharing the benefits of music with the community.


  • Dennis Fuller

    Drums, Keys, Guitar & Bass Instructor

    Dennis Fuller was born and raised in Miami. He has been playing in rock bands since he was in 6th grade. Throughout high school he was a part of many groups and ensembles, including Greater Miami Youth Symphony, doing drum set work with Miami Children's Theater as well as performing and recording with several rock bands with his friends. He went on to receive a full scholarship based on his audition to the DePauw School of Music. After a few years there, he decided to go for a more contemporary approach and finished his bachelor's degree at Berklee College of Music. His gig resume includes recording at The Hit Factory, 2 European tours, a residency at Pianos (NYC) and countless shows up and down the East Coast. Currently his latest project, Donzii, has just come home from tour and released their debut EP on the LA based label Grey Market.


  • Nicolle Guerra de la Portilla

    Vocal & Keyboard Instructor

    Nicolle "Nikki" Guerra de la Portilla is a singer, songwriter, dancer and teaching artist who recently moved back to Miami after 10 years in NYC. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre with a concentration in Creative Arts Therapies, and regularly performs with her band GUERRA, in addition to touring with the band HOLLER JAKE throughout the Southwest Appalachian region and teaching a variety of workshops wherever her travels take her.


  • Daniel Barker

    Guitar, Bass, Keyboard & Drum Instructor

    Dan Barker is a multi-instrumentalist musician and artist originally from Easton, Pennsylvania who devotes his life to many forms of creative endeavors. He has loved the arts since a young age and has worked in theater, photography, film making and animation as well as music. Before beginning high school, Dan gained proficiency at piano, saxophone, bass and guitar and learned to compose original music through a combination of classical training and auto-didactic exploration. He would further develop his style and sensibilities at Ithaca College in central New York where he studied guitar with seasoned musician Steve Brown; and also, founded the instrumental dance band Big Mean Sound Machine, with whom he toured the country and played his own compositions to live crowds for over 8 years. In 2017 he moved to Miami to discover new mediums of creativity and launched his production platform ADVTR BEAT ARTS, creating animations and music videos.


  • Edward Sullivan

    Guitar & Bass Instructor

    Edward “Teddy” Sullivan knew he wanted to play music and inspire others to play ever since he heard Master of Puppets by Metallica. Edward has been teaching private lessons for the past 8 years and playing in local and garage bands for the past 15 years. He graduated from Miami Dade College in Music/Music Business and completed his bachelor’s degree at FIU. Teddy is part of the Barely Tuesday Band and plays with Trish and Ryan Swanson along with Michael Stefanik and Phil Green. Ed loves the Mission Statement of the School of Rock, “Lessons Done Differently.” When he was younger he wanted to have other people to play with and not just take private music lessons; so, he finds the Performance aspect of the School of Rock to be the perfect vehicle for helping students reach their musical goals faster with a lot more fun by playing in a real band.


  • Trish Stout-Swanson

    Drums Instructor

    Trish Stout-Swanson wanted to play music ever since she saw Chevy Chase and Paul Simon dancing around in the "You Can Call Me Al" music video. From that day on she wanted to play the saxophone but never had the chance until she went to high school. She joined the high school band and learned to play the saxophone. Her musical curiosity began to grow, and she desperately wanted to play the drums. Her band teacher showed her a few things to get her started and then she became dedicated to practicing and teaching herself the drums. After that she picked up a few more instruments but drums are her passion. She has been playing the drums for about 20 years and she is always trying find ways to improve her playing. She has been fortunate enough to be in a band (Barely Tuesday) with her best friends and husband for over 10 years! She is so excited to be teaching drums at School of Rock, especially students who have never played before, all you need is the passion and excitement to learn and dedicate yourself to the instrument and you can do it!


  • Mike Montero

    Guitar & Bass Instructor

    Mike Montero is a well-rounded music instructor who has worked independently and at Miami area schools since the late nineties. As an independent instructor, Mike employs a natural drive for teaching the art and theory of music as applied to guitar and bass, as well as applying it in his own performance repertoire as a musician. Mike possesses the patience and natural ability to create and provide a pleasant learning experience through which his students are motivated to skillfully apply the basic principles of playing their instruments while learning to read the language of music. Mike’s educational background in music includes the art of performance as well as the business and creative production side of music-making. Most of Mike’s formal education took place at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in Jacksonville, Florida, at San Diego Mesa College, and at Miami Dade College. In high school Mike learned to play jazz, orchestral music, piano, guitar, electric and upright bass, and it was there that he was introduced to modern recording techniques which spurred his interest in sound recording and live audio engineering. Mike has been teaching private lessons in the Miami area for over a decade and has also served (and continues to serve) as a mentor to former students in both music and the arts. He is also an experienced live audio engineer at local venues when he’s not performing. He is a staunch supporter of the arts and attends music and art events weekly throughout Miami. He consults with the bands of his students and helps them find gigs and performance opportunities in the Miami area. He has performed with and formed various local bands including Oso, Sinema, Macrocosm Research, Symbiotic Simians, Westchester Sauce, Eclipser and Subrosa to name a few. Mike has also independently produced & released an album of original music with his band Oso, titled “You Know”. Over the last few decades Mike has developed a unique musical style which he applies to all his side projects and aims to include the work of numerous other artists in an effort to create a symbiotic relationship between all art forms. His performance repertoire extends from original compositions and recordings to covers and standards. You can see Mike perform on electric guitar throughout Miami’s neighborhoods at area venues.


  • Sabina Arakcheyeva

    Little Wing Instructor

    Sabina Arakcheyeva has been a private teacher for preschool and elementary school children, focusing in early child education through music and art since 1998. Sabina has a BA degree in International Journalism and Communications. She is married and has 2 home-schooled children of her own. Sabina leads a book club for kids at a local church and organizes educational field trips.


  • Kiril Angelov

    Drums & Keyboard Instructor

    Kiril Angelov (Bulgaria, 1992) started playing percussion at the age of six in the National School of Art "Panaiot Pipkov" in Pleven. In the period between 2000 and 2011 Kiril was performing in solo and chamber music capacity, as well as participating and winning national and international percussion competitions in Germany and France. He participated in masterclasses and summer academies with great artists such as Katarzyna Myćka, Eric Sammut, Nebojša Jovan Živković, and Svetoslav Stoyanov. In 2015, Kiril obtained his Bachelor’s Degree from the Conservatory of Amsterdam, studying under prof. Peter Prommel, Nick Woud, Mark Brafhaart, Ramon Lormans, Victor Oskam, and Arnold Marinissen. His education was mainly focused on orchestral playing which brought him significant orchestral experience, most prominent of which was performing with the worldly renowned Concertgebouw. Kiril is currently in his final year of Master’s Degree at the Frost School of Music, studying with prof. Svetoslav Stoyanov and prof. Matthew Strauss. Having won the Frost Symphony Concerto Competition, Kiril Angelov performed Avner Dorman’s double percussion concerto “Spices, Perfumes, Toxins!“ with his colleague, Dmitrii Nilov, and the Frost Symphony Orchestra in February 2016.


  • Ryan Swanson

    Bass & Guitar Instructor

    Ryan Swanson started his musical journey playing the trumpet in elementary school. He played the trumpet through middle school but when he got to high school he needed a change and switched to playing guitar and sang in the chorus. Some of his fondest memories were playing in different garage bands in high school. He expanded his sonic repertoire by making bass his main instrument for the past 18 years. He has been lucky enough to play bass in a band, Barely Tuesday, for the last ten years with his wife on drums and two of our closest friends. Music is passion for a lifetime and you are never too old or too young to start.


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