Christopher Leible studied piano and violin before earning his undergraduate degree magna cum laude at Long Island University. He then completed a Master of Music degree at Yale University. While attending Yale, Dr. Leible studied composition with celebrated American composer Ned Rorem, and performed at the Yale Guitar Extravaganza, the Connecticut Classical Guitar Society, and the Yale Repertory Theatre. After graduating from Yale, he entered Claremont Graduate University, receiving a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 2003.
Dr. Leible has been on faculty at Marymount College in Rancho Palos Verdes, California, Anna Maria College in Paxton, Massachusetts, and is currently professor of classical guitar at Claremont Graduate University.
Bachelor of Music, California State University, Fullerton
Christopher Rogers has been teaching in LA County since 2012 and received Suzuki teacher training in 2018 under Joseph Pecoraro and in 2019 with David Madsen.
Chris has given private and group guitar lessons through several organizations, focusing on achievable goals in each lesson.
He received his Bachelor of Music degree from California State University, Fullerton and obtained the Joan Marie Ramos Memorial for Classical Guitar Performance and Mu Phi Epsilon scholarships.
Currently, Chris is pursuing a Master of Music at CSUF under the Grammy Award-winning artist Andrew York. Additionally, he has performed in master classes for Scott Tennant, Paul Galbraith, and Roberto Aussel.