Eric Salinas is a high-energy Guitar, Ukulele, Bass, Accordion, Piano & Language Instructor with in-depth knowledge of music theory and the Alexander Method. He has attended master classes and workshops in composition led by the late Lloyd Rodgers and Ken Walisky. He is also a skilled guitarist and music instructor who provides students with practical tips and techniques to get them playing and reading music quickly. He attended Santa Ana College where he received his AA in Music with an emphasis in Classical Guitar and Theory. He continued his studies at California State University Fullerton where he completed his Bachelor’s of Music degree as a Guitar Performance major. Mr. Eric has performed at Vanguard University, Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA), Cal State Fullerton, and San Francisco Conservatory. He brings to Pacific Conservatory over 10 years of teaching experience and a lifetime of performance credits. Mr. Eric is a multi-linguistic world traveler who brings to Pacific Conservatory a wide breadth of arts knowledge, an enthusiasm for teaching even the youngest of musicians, and wisdom beyond his years. Pacific Conservatory welcomed Mr. Eric Salinas to the team in Fall 2016.