Meet Our Piano Teachers!
I teach piano, voice, and clarinet. I am a pianist, accompanist, and teacher that graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Piano Performance from Montclair State University. I’ve been blessed with incredible mentors and teachers my whole life, and I owe my success to them, and that’s one of the main reasons why I teach. After years as a student of several music education programs within Essex County, I moved on to teaching private lessons for all ages and all styles. I have performed throughout Northern New Jersey and New York, including Steinway Hall and Carnegie Hall. Now, after moving to Philadelphia, I intend to build my reputation among the educators and collaborators and continue my own education and artistry in music. - Read More About Matt
I'm a lifelong pianist who has been performing around Philadelphia for the last decade. As soon as I was tall enough to reach the keys, I started playing and never looked back. I have studied both music and education at the University of the Arts, Temple University, the Walden School in Dublin, NH. Having played both classical and jazz for many years, I approach education with an emphasis on individual creativity, confidence in self-expression, and ear training built on a strong foundation of musicianship. - Read More About Scott
I teach guitar, voice and piano. I studied guitar and vocals at the University of The Arts. Growing up, I played trumpet and when I turned 13, I began taking lessons at Temple University. Playing trumpet gave me a good sense of melody and tone, which I later incorporated into the guitar. I was 15 when I first started taking lessons on guitar at University of the Arts. Since then, guitar has been my primary instrument. - Read More About Patrick