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    Carson FarleyOffering private lessons in
    Poulsbo, Washington
    About MeContact Me
    Carson M. Farley

    Musical Theory/Composition/Computer Music/Cello/Guitar/Electric Bass Instruction
    Bachelor of Arts: Music Theory & History


    Cello scholarship to University of the Pacific (Stockton, CA) at age 13
    Associates of Arts, Los Angeles Pierce College
    Studied Cello with renowned Los Angeles cellist Gretchen Geber
    Studied composition with Los Angeles composers George Huessenstamm and Lionel Greenberg
    Studied electric bass in Los Angeles with various teachers
    Touring in Korea, Hawaii, Alaska, Washington and California as professional musician
    Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theory/History, University of Washington


    electric bass
    music theory
    computer music/technology


    I became interested in music at a very early age and started playing instruments in grammar school. After discovering classical music in Jr. High School, I began playing the cello and was awarded a scholarship at the University of the Pacific. A few years later I moved to Los Angeles to continue serious study in cello and composition. In addition to being a composer, cellist, bassist and guitarist, musical theory and technology are main interests. I have performed with orchestras, jazz bands, pop bands, chamber groups as cellist, guitarist, bassist, arranger and bandleader. I have worked for many years as a full-time professional musician and continue to perform and teach on a regular basis. I currently live in Poulsbo Washington where I have an electronic music studio for composing, teaching, and video scoring projects.

    Available Monday - Friday. Rates are $30 per 1/2 hour and $45 for one hour.