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My name is Ben Sher. I am an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music. I am a jazz guitarist, fluent in numerous styles including be-bop, Brazilian, blues, and fusion. I have three recordings of my own on the BGI Record Label, and have worked as a sideman touring and recording for numerous artists.
I'm a music lover, enthusiast, creator, and teacher. I've been surrounded by music all of my life. I started learning to play the saxophone in middle school and was in marching band all throughout middle and high school. When I was in high school, I was also in a Christian rock band in which I played guitar and bass.
Tramane Munks, Sr. is an active member of the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA). Tramane has traveled inside and outside of the state of Texas conducting workshops and music ministry building seminars. He continues to mentor and help guide our future musicians and artists in the right direction.
Ali Ramsaier has had music in her life since she was in the crib.
After earning a music diploma (DEM) in classical piano from the Conservatoire in Evry (France), Anglo-French pianist and composer Jim Funnell was awarded a full tuition scholarship from Berklee College of Music (Boston), where he went on to study performance and jazz composition, graduating summa cum laude in 2007.
Jason Cairati is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, playing and writing music in varying styles from jazz, pop, rock, classical, and EDM. A graduate of Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, WA.
Keith Phillips, BBA, MTNA, is an award-winning classically trained pianist taught by concert pianists Ernestine Smith, Marilyn Neely, Dr. John Roberts, and Gellert Modos. He trained under music scholarship with Dr. Roberts in piano performance at Furman University.
I have been teaching piano, trumpet and other brass instruments for 15 years to students of all ages and skill levels. I have been playing piano for most of my life. I am classical trained but play rock, jazz, blues/gospel and pop styles.
I have been a professional pianist and music teacher for over 35 years. I've appeared with various groups at major jazz festivals, including the New Orleans Jazz Fest, Jazz on Greenwood, and the Oklahoma City Jazz Festival.
Piano, Jazz Piano, Keyboards, Music Theory, Harmony & Improvisation, Arrangement, Production, Songwriting, Composition, Improvisation, Classical Voice.
A native of Cape May, NJ, multi-instrumentalist and composer Kyle Cripps is now at the forefront of the New Orleans’ modern music scene.
Bill is a 33-year old native of Pittsburgh, PA, where he went to Clarion University of Pennsylvania and received a dual degree in Music Education and Music Business. Bill has studied piano, voice, drum set/percussion for 20+ years, and guitar for 10 years.
Peter Hurst attended Capilano University, Vancouver Community College and Simon Faser Universtiy. With a degree in composition, he is principal at GraceNoteArts Music school. He teaches children and adults from beginner to advanced and will make your learning experience fun and gratifying.
Brandon is a Berklee College of Music graduate with a passion for all genres, though mainly popular music (pop, rock, indie, dance, electronic) as well as classical, ranging from Rachmaninov to Mozart.
Growing up in Jerusalem, Israel, Ehud Ettun started playing the piano at a young age. However, his serious interest in music came only when Ehud was in his teenage years playing electric guitar. Around that time Ehud started understanding the importance of ear training.
Gary Joynes is a songwriter, composer, producer, keyboardist, saxophonist and educator based in New York. Gary earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees from New England Conservatory, both with distinction.
John Gray was born in 1987 in Phoenix, Arizona. He started playing music when he was seven years old, learning classical guitar, and taking up bass not soon after. John used all the knowledge he gained at a young age to become one of Phoenix's best young musicians.
Canadian New York-based saxophonist and composer Nathan Cepelinski began playing music at the age of twelve, and began performing professionally at fourteen.
I have a BA in Music from Rutgers University, and I’ve played keyboards and sung professionally for the last 25 years. During that time my home has been in the San Francisco Bay Area but I have performed all over the country and have toured several times in Germany, Switzerland, and Japan.
Gonzalo Grau began his musical studies at the age of three in Caracas. Along his musical journey he developed skills in many instruments, from the viola da gamba and the cello to the flamenco cajón and his principal instrument, the piano. A Berklee College Suma Cum Laude, Gonzalo has established himself as a multi-instrumen