Clifford Cameron (he/him) Teaches: Piano Teaching Philosophy: Ray Charles, The Beatles, Goat Rodeo Session, Palestrina, Bach, Ravel, Bob Marley, Gorillaz Greatest Musical Influences: My greatest musical influences have been my grandmother, the Seeger family, Ella Jenkins, and Fred Rogers. When not making music I’m: Hiking, Skiing, and walking my dog! Current music projects: Always composing…

Ryan Audy Teaches: Piano, Drums, Music Production, Music Theory, Beginner’s Guitar, Ukulele Teaching Philosophy:  Music exists in all of us. Anyone can learn to express themselves through music, so long as they possess patience and the willingness to learn. Greatest Music Influences:  John Mayer, FKJ, Matt Corby, Kiefer, Leon Bridges, Tash Sultana, Bill Evans, Steve Jordan,…

Annah Gauthier Teaches: Piano Teaching Philosophy: The process of learning music has the potential to help unlock the wellsprings of our individual creative powers and emotional depths. For me, being a teaching artist is about helping each of my students pursue that potential for themselves. Beginning with solid pianistic technique allows students to strengthen their…

Michelle Mullane Teaches: Voice and Piano   Teaching Philosophy: “Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent” – Victor Hugo Music is a gift.  It is a gift that has been given to me by many teachers, mentors and friends.  As an educator, it my great pleasure…

Abigail Curtis Teaches: Piano Teaching Philosophy: My goal is to give students something to be excited about. Piano lessons are not only an opportunity to learn about music, but also to gain confidence and build character. Greatest Music Influences: Grateful Dead, Steely Dan, Neil Young, Todd Rundgren, Frederic Chopin, Edvard Grieg When I’m not making music:…

Mesa Schubeck     Teaches: Piano, Voice, Ukulele Teaching Philosophy: Rhythm and song are in our nature and I believe everyone has the ability to learn and make music. As a teaching artist, I strive to create a positive, supportive, engaging environment for people to explore music and discover more about themselves. Greatest Music Influences: My family…

Alicia Phelps Teaches: Director of Community Partnerships and Special Programs. Teaches piano and voice. Teaching Philosophy: Music can be rewarding, fulfilling and accessible to absolutely everyone who chooses to bring it into their life. Greatest Music Influences: Ella Fitzgerald, Chick Corea, Stevie Wonder, Tony Bennett, Thundercat, Becca Stevens, James Taylor, Noname, Bobby McFerrin, Nai Palm, GoldLink, Kendrick Lamar,…

Kelly Muse Teaches: Piano and Electric Bass Teaching philosophy/approach: I focus on fundamentals, good technique, and careful analysis — but I always try to keep it fun. If a student walks by a piano and isn’t tempted to sit down and play, they are not likely to improve. Greatest Music Influences: Brad Mehldau, Bill Evans, Pat Metheny,…

Amanda Gale Teaches: Piano, Flute, Voice Teaching philosophy/approach: As a teaching artist, it is my belief that every person should have the opportunity to discover and explore his or her innate potential as a musician through formal music education. In my opinion, the goal of music education is not only to form an appreciation of…

Emmett Harrity Teaches: Piano Teaching Philosophy: As a teacher I try to share and instill my own belief, which is that playing music is an accessible, joyful, fun pursuit. And the more work you put into your musicianship, the more fun you can have. Musical Influences: Pianists Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock. When I’m not…