Clock Tower Music                      676  Laurel  St .  San  Carlos       650-595-2024

since 1983

 Piano Lessons

Scott Dailey  

Piano + Clarinet


Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday


Trained in classical and jazz piano and classical clarinet, Scott Dailey is an accomplished instrumentalist, 

composer and arranger.  He holds BA and BM (Bachelor of Music) degrees in music composition and 

music education, respectively, from San Jose State University, and a BA in English from Stanford 

University.  In addition to teaching piano and clarinet, Mr. Dailey also offers instruction in composition and music theory.


Mr. Dailey has taught music at the elementary, high-school and collegiate levels, is the winner of a special citation for outstanding musicianship from the National Association of Jazz Educators, and has 

composed and arranged for stage shows, film, corporate video and advertising.  He is also a published 

jazz scholar.  For five years, he played jazz piano weekly at La Tosca in San Carlos, and his ensemble, the 

Scott Dailey Trio, has performed widely on the Peninsula.  Mr. Dailey’s playing on the trio’s first album, 

“Fast and Loose,” earned praise from critics at jazzreview.com and the Jazz Society of Oregon.


Phone

650-714-9578

Email:

scott.w.dailey@gmail.com


Hear Mr. Dailey’s playing at 



Frank Martinez

Piano , Voice

650 339 4440


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday




Frank has been performing professionally since the age of 9. First as a professional stage actor working with the likes of Christopher Walken, Charles Durning and Bonnie Franklin. Then as a boy soprano soloist at St Paul's Cathedral in Buffalo, New York where he served as head chorister and often sang under the baton of a young Michael Tilson Thomas. He also worked at a jazz club where a yet undiscovered group name Spyro Gyra played for a$2 cover charge on the weekends.

Frank earned his Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance with Honors and Great Distinction from SanJose State University in 1987.  He was Barnum Everett Scholar, Dierks Morgan Scholar, and Burbank Scholar. He pursued masters studies in music education, working as graduate assistant at the Ira D. Brilliant Beethoven Center, and in the Electronic Music Curriculum Project at San Jose Academy. 

He served as full time music director for a number of church music programs in the South Bay and Peninsula before taking 13 years off to stay home and raise his daughters aged 12 and 9. 

He is a prolific solo jazz piano composer, with a solid classical music theory background, and likes to make sure his students get a taste of both approaches. He has taught music to children aged 2 to 92, and is ready to help you find your happy spot on the piano.

Need to know more? Text him at 650 339 4440..

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