Stibol Music

Creative Development Center

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A New & Unique Place to Discover Music in the Princeton, NJ Area

Stibol Music is creative development center for emerging musicians who want to develop their talents, collaborate with their creative peers and heighten their musical enjoyment! We welcome musicians of all interests and and skill levels into our 2000 square foot space in Princeton Junction. We aim to give students the tools for long term growth and musical interest by balancing the fundamentals with the fun stuff, like learning their favorite songs, collaborating with their peers and performing. Our goal is to enrich our local community by providing a new and exciting atmosphere for musical exploration and showcasing our students talents in local performances.


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Stibol Music is conveniently located in Princeton Junction for easy access from Princeton, Plainsboro, West Windsor, East Windsor, Hightstown, South Brunswick, Lawrenceville and Lawrence.


Chris Stibol

Drums and Piano

Chris has been drumming for the past 23 years and has a degree in music. Performing since the age of 10, he has trained in many different styles of percussion and is proficient on the drum set, marching drums, bells, and piano. Chris has been teaching for the past 10 years, his students ranging from 5 to 70. Many of them have gone on to do great things with their talents, including becoming members of the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey, reaching the Studio Band at Princeton Highschool, and becoming members of percussion lines at the college level. Chris approaches lessons with a fun attitude, ensuring students learn the core fundamentals while they grow in their own artistic abilities.

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Steve Sachs


Steve Sachs is a guitarist, bassist, singer, and songwriter who has been involved with music since the age of 12. He learned the basics of guitar by playing along to Nirvana songs. After enrolling in his school’s Jazz Workshop program, he became the guitarist for the Hightstown High School Jazz Band in his senior year. Steve continued his education at Rider University where he majored in music. Currently, Steve is the guitarist and principal songwriter for YJY, a rock and roll band out of Hightstown, NJ. Their song “Through Being Hip” (written by Steve) from their first release “Couch Surfin USA” was featured on the NPR Music blog in January 2015. Steve is eager to work with students who are excited about rock and roll, indie rock, and punk. His background in jazz gives him a unique approach to teaching these forms of music.

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Jeremy Stibol


Jeremy has been playing guitar for the past 15 years and has been performing in bands for the past 10 years. He frequently plays throughout New Jersey, New York, and Philadelphia. Jeremy is a very dedicated teacher who brings his real world experience to his lesson approach. He ensures students understand the songwriting process by breaking down the song structure. By doing this and actively engaging students the “ins and outs” of a song, he gives them the tools to start writing songs of their own.

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Seth Van Embden

Piano, Clarinet and Vocal

Seth Van Embden has been playing violin and viola for over 18 years and is currently finishing a dual degree in Music Education and Viola Performance at Rutgers University. A student of Philadelphia Orchestra principal violist Choong-Jin Chang, Seth is a member of the Rutgers Symphony Orchestra as well as principal violist of Sinfonietta Nova in West Windsor. He is an avid performer of classical as well as other genres, and can been heard on the blues-rock album Indigo Child. Seth approaches string instruction with a strong emphasis on technique, ensuring his students have a proper foundation in order to build their musicality and facility.

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Sean Fulloon


Sean has been playing guitar since the age of 8, and now frequently performs in the New Jersey and New York City areas. He is currently a senior in Jazz Studies at the John C. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University, and is well versed in rock, blues, country, and jazz. Sean believes it is a necessity as a modern musician to be capable of playing multiple styles, and encourages his students to pursue any genre that interests them. Teaching guitar professionally for almost eight years, he has developed a friendly and effective teaching method, relying on patience and communication in his lessons.

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Joseph Lewis

Woodwind Instructor

Joe has been teaching woodwind instruments for the past 10 years. He is currently working on his B.A. of music from Kean University. Joe has played in many ensembles including, NJMEA Intercollegiate Wind Ensemble, Kean University Symphonic Wind Ensemble, and Kean University Concert Choir and Orchestra. Joe keeps his students engaged and motivated by learning and dissecting popular songs, and making scale learning a fun competition/game.

Stibol Music
45 Everett Drive Suite 110B West Windsor, NJ 08550
Phone: 6097990900