Music Instructor and Audio Engineer
Anthony has taught private lessons to hundreds of students across the country in-person and online for over 12 years. He has taught clinics, workshops and master classes throughout the U.S. He is an award winning composer, signed professional musician and has studied at top music schools. Anthony’s students have gone on to become performers, composers and accepted into music programs.
John studied saxophone with Wayne Demsey at Gordon College. John also graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in English Literature from the University of Connecticut. He believes that music theory, history and appreciation is an essential part of every musician’s education.
Jennifer is an accomplished performer who holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Voice form The University of New Hampshire, and Masters of Music in Voice and Opera from Memphis State University.
Her vast performing experience includes over fifty major roles with opera companies and orchestras throughout the United States and Europe.
Nancy Aquavia Westberg brings a lifetime of piano teaching experience to Connecticut. She has instructed hundreds of beginners, intermediate, and advanced students in both private and group settings and encourages adults to begin the study of piano for personal enrichment and relaxation.
An experienced producer and world-class technician, Michael has created music for a wide-variety of commercial, television, theatre and dance projects. However, the piano has always been Michael’s first musical love.
Dr. Mijin Choi
Dr. Mijin Choi is a versatile pianist and vocal coach, with more than a decade of experience working in the field of vocal and instrumental music.
Litchfield resident Stephanie Ruddy has been playing/studying classical violin for almost 30 years. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from the University of Hartford and Suzuki Method teaching certification from the Hartt Suzuki Institute.