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Our Teachers

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Acacia is a Baltimore songwriter and performer specializing in progressive, empowering, compassionate children’s music.
Carol Anne Bosco
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While living for a year in New Orleans, Carol Anne began experimenting with alternative styles of playing. She continues to explore and has participated in folk duos and trios, funk rock groups, electrified string quartets, traditional Irish and Scottish music ensembles, alternative rock groups, and jazz ensembles.
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Drawing from his education at KoSa and Berklee College of Music, Carson has over 17 years of real-world drumming experience.
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Erik Sharar has been teaching students of all ages in a variety of musical styles, including classical, pop, rock, Latin, flamenco and jazz in the DC area and internationally for almost twenty years.
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Gabriella Marie, soprano, has experience as a performer in opera, opera workshops, musical theater, solo recitals, concerts, and on the stage in theater performance.
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John is a robotics engineer by day and a multi-instrumentalist outside of business hours. He began his classical training in violin and piano at the National Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria, and later studied briefly under Emil Chudnovsky in DC. John teaches students of all ages (6+) both online and in person, and is able to teach in English, Spanish, French, and Bulgarian (with some Russian).
Jonathan Vocke Portrait
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His rich knowledge of old-time and bluegrass tunes will add to the repertoire of any aspiring bluegrass or old-time player. Jonathan teaches guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and ukulele....
Justin Heath Portrait
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Justin’s zest for music ranges across a variety of instruments, including acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo, mandolin, ukulele, and violin. His musical interests range from jazz to folk and bluegrass to flamenco, but he is currently focused predominantly on solo classical guitar and playing tango music...
Luke Chohany Portrait
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Luke specializes in bluegrass, jazz, country, and old-time music, and is comfortable teaching in just about any style....
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A Rockville native, Mari Carlson has been playing violin since she was only three years old. She plays with folk bands and in classical settings, including the Maple Ridge Bluegrass band, MOB gypsy jazz and folk duo, Girl Love Rock Band, Perdondosi quartet (viola), Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra, and the Chippewa Valley Symphony.
Marta Samuel Portrait
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Meet our violin, viola, and piano teacher, Marta Samuel! Her performance experience includes solo concerts, chamber groups, and symphony orchestras....
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Nick Cameron is a prolific mandolinist and three-time vocal finalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Competition.
Nick Wilby
Nick studied Jazz Guitar at the University of Massachusetts. Nick moved to DC to pursue a career playing and teaching music and to work with DC-based Pointless Theatre Company as a composer, arranger and performer...
Noah Bowman Portrait
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Noah is a multi-instrumentalist musician with deep roots in the old-time tradition. He’s known for his unique fiddle interpretations and great facility with clawhammer banjo and old-time guitar...
Noah Gitlis Portrait
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Noah studied guitar at the Berklee College of Music. Noah is also an active session player, with special expertise in composition and improvising....
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Seth Kibel is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists, working with some of the best bands in klezmer, jazz, swing, and more.
Jonathan Vocke Portrait
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His rich knowledge of old-time and bluegrass tunes will add to the repertoire of any aspiring bluegrass or old-time player. Jonathan teaches guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and ukulele....
Justin Heath Portrait
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Justin’s zest for music ranges across a variety of instruments, including acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo, mandolin, ukulele, and violin. His musical interests range from jazz to folk and bluegrass to flamenco, but he is currently focused predominantly on solo classical guitar and playing tango music...
Noah Bowman Portrait
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Noah is a multi-instrumentalist musician with deep roots in the old-time tradition. He’s known for his unique fiddle interpretations and great facility with clawhammer banjo and old-time guitar...
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Erik Sharar has been teaching students of all ages in a variety of musical styles, including classical, pop, rock, Latin, flamenco and jazz in the DC area and internationally for almost twenty years.
Luke Chohany Portrait
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Luke specializes in bluegrass, jazz, country, and old-time music, and is comfortable teaching in just about any style....
Nick Wilby
Nick studied Jazz Guitar at the University of Massachusetts. Nick moved to DC to pursue a career playing and teaching music and to work with DC-based Pointless Theatre Company as a composer, arranger and performer...
Noah Gitlis Portrait
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Noah studied guitar at the Berklee College of Music. Noah is also an active session player, with special expertise in composition and improvising....
Carol Anne Bosco
Teacher
While living for a year in New Orleans, Carol Anne began experimenting with alternative styles of playing. She continues to explore and has participated in folk duos and trios, funk rock groups, electrified string quartets, traditional Irish and Scottish music ensembles, alternative rock groups, and jazz ensembles.
Teacher
Seth Kibel is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists, working with some of the best bands in klezmer, jazz, swing, and more.
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Drawing from his education at KoSa and Berklee College of Music, Carson has over 17 years of real-world drumming experience.
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Drawing from his education at KoSa and Berklee College of Music, Carson has over 17 years of real-world drumming experience.
Teacher
Drawing from his education at KoSa and Berklee College of Music, Carson has over 17 years of real-world drumming experience.
Teacher
Seth Kibel is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists, working with some of the best bands in klezmer, jazz, swing, and more.
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Acacia is a Baltimore songwriter and performer specializing in progressive, empowering, compassionate children’s music.
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Erik Sharar has been teaching students of all ages in a variety of musical styles, including classical, pop, rock, Latin, flamenco and jazz in the DC area and internationally for almost twenty years.
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John is a robotics engineer by day and a multi-instrumentalist outside of business hours. He began his classical training in violin and piano at the National Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria, and later studied briefly under Emil Chudnovsky in DC. John teaches students of all ages (6+) both online and in person, and is able to teach in English, Spanish, French, and Bulgarian (with some Russian).
Jonathan Vocke Portrait
Teacher
His rich knowledge of old-time and bluegrass tunes will add to the repertoire of any aspiring bluegrass or old-time player. Jonathan teaches guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and ukulele....
Justin Heath Portrait
Teacher
Justin’s zest for music ranges across a variety of instruments, including acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo, mandolin, ukulele, and violin. His musical interests range from jazz to folk and bluegrass to flamenco, but he is currently focused predominantly on solo classical guitar and playing tango music...
Luke Chohany Portrait
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Luke specializes in bluegrass, jazz, country, and old-time music, and is comfortable teaching in just about any style....
Nick Wilby
Nick studied Jazz Guitar at the University of Massachusetts. Nick moved to DC to pursue a career playing and teaching music and to work with DC-based Pointless Theatre Company as a composer, arranger and performer...
Noah Bowman Portrait
Teacher
Noah is a multi-instrumentalist musician with deep roots in the old-time tradition. He’s known for his unique fiddle interpretations and great facility with clawhammer banjo and old-time guitar...
Noah Gitlis Portrait
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Noah studied guitar at the Berklee College of Music. Noah is also an active session player, with special expertise in composition and improvising....
Teacher
Drawing from his education at KoSa and Berklee College of Music, Carson has over 17 years of real-world drumming experience.
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Erik Sharar has been teaching students of all ages in a variety of musical styles, including classical, pop, rock, Latin, flamenco and jazz in the DC area and internationally for almost twenty years.
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Erik Sharar has been teaching students of all ages in a variety of musical styles, including classical, pop, rock, Latin, flamenco and jazz in the DC area and internationally for almost twenty years.
Jonathan Vocke Portrait
Teacher
His rich knowledge of old-time and bluegrass tunes will add to the repertoire of any aspiring bluegrass or old-time player. Jonathan teaches guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and ukulele....
Justin Heath Portrait
Teacher
Justin’s zest for music ranges across a variety of instruments, including acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo, mandolin, ukulele, and violin. His musical interests range from jazz to folk and bluegrass to flamenco, but he is currently focused predominantly on solo classical guitar and playing tango music...
Luke Chohany Portrait
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Luke specializes in bluegrass, jazz, country, and old-time music, and is comfortable teaching in just about any style....
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Nick Cameron is a prolific mandolinist and three-time vocal finalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Competition.
Noah Bowman Portrait
Teacher
Noah is a multi-instrumentalist musician with deep roots in the old-time tradition. He’s known for his unique fiddle interpretations and great facility with clawhammer banjo and old-time guitar...
Teacher
Acacia is a Baltimore songwriter and performer specializing in progressive, empowering, compassionate children’s music.
Teacher
Gabriella Marie, soprano, has experience as a performer in opera, opera workshops, musical theater, solo recitals, concerts, and on the stage in theater performance.
Teacher
John is a robotics engineer by day and a multi-instrumentalist outside of business hours. He began his classical training in violin and piano at the National Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria, and later studied briefly under Emil Chudnovsky in DC. John teaches students of all ages (6+) both online and in person, and is able to teach in English, Spanish, French, and Bulgarian (with some Russian).
Luke Chohany Portrait
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Luke specializes in bluegrass, jazz, country, and old-time music, and is comfortable teaching in just about any style....
Marta Samuel Portrait
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Meet our violin, viola, and piano teacher, Marta Samuel! Her performance experience includes solo concerts, chamber groups, and symphony orchestras....
Noah Gitlis Portrait
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Noah studied guitar at the Berklee College of Music. Noah is also an active session player, with special expertise in composition and improvising....
Teacher
Nick Cameron is a prolific mandolinist and three-time vocal finalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Competition.
Teacher
Seth Kibel is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists, working with some of the best bands in klezmer, jazz, swing, and more.
Teacher
Drawing from his education at KoSa and Berklee College of Music, Carson has over 17 years of real-world drumming experience.
Teacher
Nick Cameron is a prolific mandolinist and three-time vocal finalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Competition.
Teacher
John is a robotics engineer by day and a multi-instrumentalist outside of business hours. He began his classical training in violin and piano at the National Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria, and later studied briefly under Emil Chudnovsky in DC. John teaches students of all ages (6+) both online and in person, and is able to teach in English, Spanish, French, and Bulgarian (with some Russian).
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Nick Cameron is a prolific mandolinist and three-time vocal finalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Competition.
Teacher
Acacia is a Baltimore songwriter and performer specializing in progressive, empowering, compassionate children’s music.
Teacher
Erik Sharar has been teaching students of all ages in a variety of musical styles, including classical, pop, rock, Latin, flamenco and jazz in the DC area and internationally for almost twenty years.
Jonathan Vocke Portrait
Teacher
His rich knowledge of old-time and bluegrass tunes will add to the repertoire of any aspiring bluegrass or old-time player. Jonathan teaches guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and ukulele....
Justin Heath Portrait
Teacher
Justin’s zest for music ranges across a variety of instruments, including acoustic guitar, 5-string banjo, mandolin, ukulele, and violin. His musical interests range from jazz to folk and bluegrass to flamenco, but he is currently focused predominantly on solo classical guitar and playing tango music...
Luke Chohany Portrait
Teacher
Luke specializes in bluegrass, jazz, country, and old-time music, and is comfortable teaching in just about any style....
Nick Wilby
Nick studied Jazz Guitar at the University of Massachusetts. Nick moved to DC to pursue a career playing and teaching music and to work with DC-based Pointless Theatre Company as a composer, arranger and performer...
Noah Bowman Portrait
Teacher
Noah is a multi-instrumentalist musician with deep roots in the old-time tradition. He’s known for his unique fiddle interpretations and great facility with clawhammer banjo and old-time guitar...
Noah Gitlis Portrait
Teacher
Noah studied guitar at the Berklee College of Music. Noah is also an active session player, with special expertise in composition and improvising....
Teacher
John is a robotics engineer by day and a multi-instrumentalist outside of business hours. He began his classical training in violin and piano at the National Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria, and later studied briefly under Emil Chudnovsky in DC. John teaches students of all ages (6+) both online and in person, and is able to teach in English, Spanish, French, and Bulgarian (with some Russian).
Marta Samuel Portrait
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Meet our violin, viola, and piano teacher, Marta Samuel! Her performance experience includes solo concerts, chamber groups, and symphony orchestras....
Teacher
John is a robotics engineer by day and a multi-instrumentalist outside of business hours. He began his classical training in violin and piano at the National Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria, and later studied briefly under Emil Chudnovsky in DC. John teaches students of all ages (6+) both online and in person, and is able to teach in English, Spanish, French, and Bulgarian (with some Russian).
Jonathan Vocke Portrait
Teacher
His rich knowledge of old-time and bluegrass tunes will add to the repertoire of any aspiring bluegrass or old-time player. Jonathan teaches guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin and ukulele....
Teacher
A Rockville native, Mari Carlson has been playing violin since she was only three years old. She plays with folk bands and in classical settings, including the Maple Ridge Bluegrass band, MOB gypsy jazz and folk duo, Girl Love Rock Band, Perdondosi quartet (viola), Eau Claire Chamber Orchestra, and the Chippewa Valley Symphony.
Marta Samuel Portrait
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Meet our violin, viola, and piano teacher, Marta Samuel! Her performance experience includes solo concerts, chamber groups, and symphony orchestras....
Noah Bowman Portrait
Teacher
Noah is a multi-instrumentalist musician with deep roots in the old-time tradition. He’s known for his unique fiddle interpretations and great facility with clawhammer banjo and old-time guitar...
Teacher
Gabriella Marie, soprano, has experience as a performer in opera, opera workshops, musical theater, solo recitals, concerts, and on the stage in theater performance.
Teacher
Nick Cameron is a prolific mandolinist and three-time vocal finalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Competition.
Teacher
Seth Kibel is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists, working with some of the best bands in klezmer, jazz, swing, and more.