The Kaleidoscope Discovery Center is pleased to offer classical violin, viola, banjo, guitar, and mandolin instruction to our community.
Jonathan Romanko is offering violin and viola lessons on Monday afternoons from 3:30 to 7 at the Kaleidoscope Discovery Center. We will fill his schedule in half-hour increments at $25. He is also available Friday afternoons.
Brenton Hrebec is offering banjo, guitar, and mandolin lessons on Monday afternoons from 3:30 to 7 at the Kaleidoscope Discovery Center. We will fill his schedule in half-hour increments at $20.
Michael Khayat is offering drum set lessons on Monday afternoons from 3:30 to 7 at the Kaleidoscope Discovery Center. We will fill his schedule in half-hour increments at $20.
Email us at rollastrings@thekaleidoscope to let us know you are interested. Instruction is for beginner and intermediate students of all ages!
Meet Our Instructors
Brenton or Brent Hrebec is an engineering student at Missouri University of Science and Technology with a passion for roots music. He is a self-taught musician who plays guitar, mandolin, and banjo. He has played in the MS&T jazz band for 5 semesters, routinely plays in the Rolla and Springfield area, and has accompanied the Rolla Choral Arts Society. He hosts a roots music jam on Sunday afternoons at the MS&T Baptist Student Union, and, on Sunday mornings during the school year, you can find him playing at First Baptist and occasionally Salem Avenue Bap
Bio coming soon!
Jonathan Romanko is an aerospace engineering Junior at Missouri University of Science and Technology. Having played the violin for seventeen years, he has plenty of experience to go around and is often seen sharing it at church, school, or around the community. He played in the St. Charles County Youth Orchestra in St. Charles, MO for nine years – where he won the Mark Russo Concerto Competition two different times and was concertmaster for the last year – and currently plays in the MST orchestra. When back home, he plays fiddle in the Praise Pardners – a bluegrass gospel group in addition to other gigs with his family. Jonathan has taught violin for six years, and has had a fair number of students over that time.