Richard was introduced to music at a young age and has been exposed to many instruments throughout his life. He studied piano and saxophone during elementary years, but it was during his junior high years where he first encountered the guitar. It wasn't until he got into Fullerton College, where he was exposed to Jazz music. Later, he transferred to California State University at Fullerton to continue his education in music. Richard spent about two years learning the classical guitars focusing
Piano is an instrument which needs lots of persistence and dedication in learning. I would like to show students the music structure and how to use their time efficiently in practice. Foundations are very important. You will need to learn sight reading fast, analyze the rhythm, make your fingers stronger through weekly lessons. Sing and feel the melody and rhythm with your body; hands, feet and emotionally. When music comes in you, it flows out and it is the most beautiful thing to see, to hear.