Alec Tonjes is a young up-and-coming Musician and Teacher. He was fortunate enough to attend Mainstreet School of performing arts in Hopkins and Perpich Arts High in Golden Valley. There he was able to expand is musical knowledge and get ahead in his music education. He went on to study at Mcnally Smith College of music where he received The Marv Dalghren Scholarship for Excellence in Percussion, an Award given to in coming Performance majors. Alec has been actively teaching since 2013 and has been a full time teacher for 2 years teaching 35+ students a week. He has taught wide variety of students, some as young as 4 and as old as 60. Alec is also comfortable teaching students with disabilities and has worked with kids who have autism, scoliosis, and more severe speech impediments.
Comfortable teaching most genres of music, Alec is proficient not only in drum set, but bass guitar too, as well as the basics of Hand drums, world percussion and Bell percussion(xylophone, glockenspiel, vibraphone,etc.). Alec jointed Kramer’s School of Music in 2017.