- Teaches students:
- Ages 18+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- June 2004
Brian is a professional music teacher based out of Orange County,NY. He also is a full time Audio Video Engineer at Mohegan Sun Pocono. At Mohegan Sun he did video for several concert events, including Whitesnake, The Guess Who, George Thoroughgood, Tracy Morgan, The Fray, American Authors, Philharmonics, and more. Recently he was the owner and manager of "The Skyline", which was a performace center in Middletown, NY. At The Skyline he booked and ran over a hundred events, mostly showcasing local and regional musicians. In addition, he is an extremely talented composer, arranger, and analyst. His previous band These 3 Poisons has their hit song Light up the Eyes on Rock Band 3. "Do what you love and love what you do." This is why he chose music as his career. His passion for music is immeasurable. Music is his calling, his reason to be. For the past 17 years Brian has been heavily involved with studying, composing, arranging, and performing music of several genres and styles. Over the years he also found teaching music to be both a talent and a passion of his. For the past 10 years, he has had the pleasure of sharing his knowledge and love for music with hundreds of students. In 2013/2014 he functioned as an adjunct professor at Mercy College, teaching Music Theory and Composition 1 and 2. He has plenty of ensemble experience, which in summary would entail Orchestra, Chamber, Choir, Jazz band, several rock and pop bands, and plenty of solo work. His main instruments are guitar, bass guitar, and keyboard, but he also has experience as a drummer, percussionist, vocalist, mandolin player, ukulele player, and clarinetist.+ Read More
Over the course of 10 years Brian has taught over 400 students on a variety of instruments, levels, and ages.
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