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Piano, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Songwriting
Tony H. is an internationally accomplished pianist and composer from Westerville, Ohio. Tony holds a bachelor of music degree from Capital University in the performance field. He has played for audiences in China, Japan, South Korea, France, Italy, Spain, Turkey, and many countries in the Caribbean.
Currently, Tony plays in the central Ohio region at many private events as well as restaurants, concert venues, festivals, etc. When he is not playing solo, with his trio, or cover band, he teaches Jazz Piano at Kenyon College, accompanies for a Temple and Church and works on his composition projects.
Tony’s performance experience include big bands, musicals, various combo groupings, instrumental and vocal accompanist, cruise ship pianist, symphony orchestra pianist, accompanist and classic rock cover bands. His music has been influenced most by Keith Jarrett, Bill Evans, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Earl Hines, Clare Fischer, Brad Mehldau and Ahmad Jamal.
Tony has played with an accomplished list of jazz greats in Central Ohio and beyond. A partial list includes Wes Warmdaddy Anderson, Ndugu Chancler, Gene Walker, Dave Pietro, Bob Mintzer, Vaughn Wiester’s Famous Jazz Orchestra, Jim Rupp, Chris Berg, Reggie Jackson, Andy Woodson, The Rick Brunetto Big Band, Steve Houghton, Ali Ryerson and Dick Mackie. Tony studied with mentor Mark Flugge for the past 6 years. Mark’s virtuoso techniques and stylistic flexibility have had a strong effect on Tony’s playing. He has also studied with Bill Dobbins, Luke Gillespie, and Dave Pietro.
Tony is very passionate about music and its powerful influences. He will continue to pursue musical paths he hasn’t been down before and share them with all who listen.
Louis Armstrong Jazz Award 2006
Free Tuition Scholarship to 2006 Band of America Summer Symposium
1st place Columbus Ohio Piano Gallery Jazz Composition Competition
Outstanding recognition at Elmhurst College Jazz Festival 2008, 2010
Outstanding recognition at Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival 2010
Tony teaches in order to share his musical experiences. He gives his students the tools they need in order to become musicians as well as caters to their musical tastes. By taking lessons, students are able to experience a crucial part of the learning process that is not always available in school. Lessons help students experience art and music which will help them no matter what they do in the future.
Bass Guitar, Drum, Guitar, Piano, Music Performance, Music Theory, Percussion, Songwriting
I started playing music about 18 years ago and have been playing drums for 16 years. I have played in styles ranging from, intimate free jazz duos to swingin' big bands. Acoustic indie folk to indie pop. Blues bands to country cover groups. All of which have been in a studio and recorded at some point. I like to bring this diversity and experience to my teaching, being able to give my students what they want to learn. And show them how to execute in professional situations.
I graduated from Capital University with a degree in Jazz Studies for Percussion, which is like a specialized performance degree. While there, I was in the top big band, top chamber percussion ensemble, and top small jazz combo. I was also in the wind symphony, rock band, and jazz percussion ensemble. Also, I was able to study all kinds of music and styles of playing. I picked up the bass and guitar, too.
I have been teaching for about 2 years and actively gigging for around 4 years. I am constantly trying to push myself to be better and learn more.
Algebra, Basic Math, Elementary Math, French, Math, Piano, Pre Algebra, Singing, Spanish, Anatomy, Arithmetic, Broadway Singing, English, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Reading
-Bachelor's Degree in Vocal Performance from Brigham Young University
-Proud Member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing)
-7 years of teaching experience
-Fluent in Spanish
Guitar, Piano, English, Language, Music Theory, Reading, Songwriting
I got my first guitar for Christmas when I was 11 years old and I never looked back. I've been writing and performing ever since, my passion for music existed even when I wasn't looking for it! I went on to learn other instruments and study jazz in college, all for the hope of spending my life with my one true love.
All that time and energy has amounted to a knowledge I never expected, and my enthusiasm for people and relationships drives me to share it. Music brings joy to each of us in a different way-I use mine to bring out the same in others.
Piano, Music Theory
Every day I help musicians discover their creativity in private and group lessons. When the teaching day is over, I sneak back into the studio and have a lot of fun improvising on my own on piano, bass, drums, flutes and fiddle. It's such a blast to make your own music.
• Touring concert jazz pianist
• Recording artist of nine albums
• Teaches master classes nationwide
• Owner of a private piano studio specializing in improvisation
• Author of America’s top-selling, nine-book piano method, "That’s Jazz"
• Pop/Jazz Chairperson for Music Teachers National Association
• Co-Founder of 88 Creative Keys Camp for improvising pianists
• Broadcast credits include seven seasons on the PBS-TV series, "The Piano Guy."
• Writes for Clavier Companion, Downbeat, American Music Teacher among others
• Faculty: Suzuki Music Columbus, Chamber Music Connection, and The Jazz Academy
• Winner of a special citation from the American Prize in Composition for "his unique skill in combining classical techniques with popular idioms."
Piano, Singing, Music Performance, Music Theory
“Music has been my life in all forms, rock, classic, jazz, gospel, big band, country. I don't think I listen to music the way most people do. I'm always tearing it down and listening to every detail. That's why I really enjoy playing keys/synth. I get to implement the various sounds through the keyboard. When I'm performing, I'm right at home in my own element doing what I love most.
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."