Our teachers bring their love of music to both the young & the young at heart. They are active musicians with years of teaching experience. Each teacher brings their unique personality to lessons that move at the students own pace. It’s an honor to serve our community.

Randall Sena
Guitar, Bass, Drums, & Ukulele Teacher
“One cannot speak of a Lompoc music scene without mention of Randall Sena. Though the Santa Barbara-born Sena has always felt like a bit of a foreigner in Lompoc, where he has lived since the 2nd grade, he has certainly made it his own. Known as the go-to music man in his town, Sena is the co-founder of Certain Sparks Music, a Lompoc music-lesson and recording-studio hub founded in 2006 with friend Brandon Bridge. Since it opened, Certain Sparks has been a high-gravity body around which the Central Coast’s musicians revolve (…) A modest man, Sena has a knack for humor and a bounty of kindness. There’s a reason some call him the Musical Mufasa. “I try to be the dude I wish I would have met when I started making music,” he said.” – Richie DeMaria, Santa Barbara Independent 10/8/15
Mic Singh
Drums, Guitar, Bass, & Ukulele Teacher
Mic Singh is a professional session musician, performer, and educator who has played music for more than 17 years. Teaching the next generation of musicians is his passion. He has brought the gift of music to more than 500 students, ranging in ages from 3 to 75. He currently teaches Drums, Guitar, and Bass to students at Certain Sparks Music in Lompoc where he is General Manager. Mic taught music in Santa Maria Valley public schools in partnership with Children’s Creative Project for three years. He is skilled at reaching a diverse range of learners, including exceptional students, through his talent for differentiating instruction to meet their individual goals and needs. One of Mic’s greatest legacies as a teacher and mentor is that many of his students have continued to refine their musicianship by performing, recording, and inspiring others to play music.
Jacob Cole
Guitar & Ukulele Teacher
Jacob Cole grew up loving the legends of blues & early rock & roll. The son of a guitar teacher, he spent many hours as a kid playing his beloved Fender Stratocaster, “Old Blue”. His band, Saint Anne’s Place, released two albums before reconfiguring in 2015 under the name King Cole. He regularly plays solo at local wineries, and at venues all over the Central Coast.
Sean Causby
Guitar, Bass, Drums & Ukulele Teacher
Sean Causby is a Lompoc-born-and-raised multi-instrumentalist, music producer, teacher, and Skittles enthusiast. He has played under his alma mater, Cabrillo High School, Allan Hancock College Bands, and PCPA. He currently sits in with the Central City Swing Big Band as their drummer, as well as local jazz sextet, Odd Method. He is currently attending Allan Hancock College to pursue an Associate’s Degree in Music and plans to attend the Icon Collective Production School in the winter of 2019.
Wesley Hill
Guitar, Bass, & Ukulele Teacher
Erin McCallon
Guitar & Ukulele Teacher

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