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Hi there! I'm Michael and I recently graduated from New England Conservatory (NEC) with my BFA in Jazz Performance on trombone while also completing NEC's Music-In-Education (MIE) Concentration. I'm currently an active trombonist in the Boston music scene having played with a wide variety of groups at many of Boston's top venues. I also enjoy curating and producing music events and festivals! But most importantly, I love to teach (that's why you're here, right?)! Working with people and watching them grow brings me a lot of joy. A recent highlight was hosting my first recital for my students at my private studio-- it was a really special evening and am excited for more! Feel free to e-mail at email@example.com or call me at 617-827-7378. I'd love to chat! *** Lesson Details ...
Stephanie is a teaching artist from El Paso, TX - now residing in Boston, MA. She is passionate about educating and empowering her students and enjoys teaching and connecting with a wide array of future musicians of all ages, playing levels and backgrounds. Currently, Stephanie is in pursuit of her Master's Degree in Saxophone Performance at The New England Conservatory and is a student of Mr. Kenneth Radnofsky. She performs with NEC's Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Winds, Philharmonia orchestra, and saxophone quartet. She is the recipient of NEC's 2013-2014 Teaching Fellowship while serving as a music instructor at the Margarita Muñiz Academy in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. If Stephanie is not in the classroom teaching, she is most likely cooking up a delicious dish in the kitchen ...
Chris M. is a multifaceted pianist and composer who is making waves in the Boston scene both as a bandleader and sideman. An active teacher, Chris has over 5 years of experience working with all ages and skill levels in settings ranging from private lessons to rock band camps. Praised for a sound that is mature beyond his years, Mr. M. regularly performs with some of Boston's finest, including Jerry Bergonzi, George Garzone and Phil Grenadier. He currently leads the Wolfhound Trio, a jazz piano trio that pushes the boundaries of the genre through his compositions that incorporate influences ranging from Rage Against the Machine to Alexander Scriabin. He is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree at New England Conservatory on a presidential scholarship.
A current student at Berklee College of Music, I have found myself led holistically to teaching by my innate aptitude in areas of communication, interaction, and creativity. I grew up playing everything from punk to fingerstyle to jazz all around California's Bay Area, and had the pleasure of performing with amazing musicians such as Michael Manring and Alex Degrassi (with whom I also studied privately). I continued to receive world-class instruction at Berklee from David Gilmore, Bret Wilmott, Norman Zocher, and others. My background in the physical arts, most notably my studies in freestyle embodiment with movement practitioner and TED presenter Aaron Cantor, informs my approach to learning and teaching as an exploratory process that emphasizes inquiry, presence, pleasure, and ...
When I started learning oboe at age 10 I was told by my band director that it was going to be too difficult and not worth the trouble. The oboe may be slightly more difficult to start out with than the other instruments, but it is also more rewarding. What it lacks in ease it makes up for in beauty and character. I want to make sure that no one misses out on the joy of this instrument out of intimidation! Having an experienced teacher and reedmaker to help is essential, and I will gladly offer my skills to anyone interested in the instrument at any age or stage of development. With the right instructor, learning the oboe is no more difficult than any other woodwind. I have been the oboe teacher at Camp Encore/Coda for three years and a counselor for many more. During that time I ...
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