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Welcome To Our Music Academy

Looking for quality and engaging music lessons? Look no further!

In our academy located both in Nashua NH and Woburn MA, you will find outstanding performer-teachers who are ready to develop your kid(s) musical talent by implementing numerous games and fun activities along with their teaching expertise.

Thanks to this method, kids enjoy music and start playing songs from the very first lesson. We also encourage our students to showcase their talent by organising monthly/yearly recitals and various musical events. Join 200+ successful students currently enrolled in our academy!

About the Instructors

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Anna K.

Voice/ Piano/ Music Theory Instructor

Anna is a Jazz/Soul/R&B singer, voice coach and a piano teacher. She has a strong live performing background with bands and ensembles. Being an active performer from a very young age, Anna spent many years on extensive musical training. Her efforts granted her 1st prizes in local and international music festivals as well as various concert tours around the world. Among them were performances in UK, Japan, Sweden, Russia, Georgia, Latvia, etc.​

She has earned her Bachelor’s degree from Arts and currently is working towards her Master’s degree in Performing Arts.

David H.

Piano Instructor

David is a Master Degree holder pianist and piano teacher. After winning various prestigious competition around the world and being an active performing artist, he has found his passion in teaching the art of playing the piano. Over the past 10 years David has helped dozens of students to achieve their goals in national and international piano competitions, RCM standardized exams and most importantly concert performances.

Travis S.

Guitar/ Bass / Ukulele Instructor

A Berklee College of Music graduate, Travis has become one of the prominent guitar performers/educators in New England. With more than 12 years of teaching experience, Travis has developed a unique teaching style which allowed him to nourish the love towards music among hundreds of kids and adults alike. Being an active performer himself, Travis enjoys teaching ensembles and bands. Come to rock with Travis!

Erin Q.

Voice/Piano Instructor

Erin has been teaching all ages and abilities for 15+ years in Boston, NYC and now, Nashua. Her students have appeared on Broadway, sat for ABRSM exams, and have toured the country in rock bands. Career highlights include teaching group lessons at homeless shelters for children, running amateur songwriting lessons for adults, and directing the St Johns handbell choir. Erin also has certifications in Special Needs and Inclusive Education, Music Therapy, Sound Therapy, and English as a second language.
In addition to teaching, Erin is a published playwright and composer. Her work has appeared everywhere from Off-Broadway to school drama clubs. She graduated from Berklee College of Music, has a certification from the EAMA- Nadia Boulanger Institute, and learned playwriting at the University of Oxford. She is also a graduate of the prestigious BMI Lehman Engel Advanced Musical Theatre Workshop. In her free time, Erin is at home with her husband, 2 dogs, 1 cat, 4 budgies, and hive of bees.

Cameron B.

Guitar/ Piano / Drums/ Bass instructor

Cameron is a Professional Guitarist, Bassist, Composer, and Music Producer from Western Massachusetts. He began his Collegiate Music Education at Holyoke Community College at the age of 17 under the tutelage of Berklee Graduate of Bob Ferrier and Andres Segovia Disciple Phillip DeFremery balancing both Jazz and Classical Studies. After graduating he transferred to Berklee College of Music majoring in Jazz Composition and Performance while minoring in Record Production. Cameron has been teaching Guitar, Bass, Drums, Piano, and Ukulele in the Greater Boston area since graduating.

Marissa F.

Voice/Piano/Ukulele

Marissa received her Bachelor of Music from the New England Conservatory of Music. She is originally from the West Coast but came to Boston to study music where she was a recipient of the Andy Anselmo scholarship. Marissa is a multi-instrumentalist consisting of voice, piano, percussion and ukulele. She is an experienced and versatile teacher who is experienced in classical music, but also other genres such as musical theater and pop. Marissa performed at Carnegie Hall in 2017 as a finalist for the High School Honors Performance Series and recently placed second in the International Art of Artsong Competition in 2019. A Soprano, Marissa’s operatic roles include: Fiordiligi in Cosi fan Tutte, Countessa in Le nozze di Figaro, Alice in Falstaff, Clorinda in La Cenerentola, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Mimi in La bohème and Antonia in Les contes d’Hoffmann. Marissa aspires to give her students the tools they need to express themselves musically and to assist her students in their musical journey.

Evan A.

Piano/Cello/Music Theory Instructor

Evan is an active composer and multi-instrumentalist.  A cellist for twenty years and a pianist for eleven, he received his Bachelor degree in composition from New England Conservatory where he studied with John Mallia and Kati Agocs. He completed his master’s degree in composition at the Juilliard School in 2020, where he studied with Melinda Wagner and Mari Kimura. His music has been programmed and performed around the world by ensembles such as the National Sawdust Ensemble, the New Juilliard Ensemble, the New England Conservatory Symphony and the Arde Duo. Evan has enjoyed teaching music to his students as imparting knowledge and technique helps them discover their best musical selves.  His philosophy is to always connect music to fun and play, while still teaching a solid foundation of skills.

Jason J.

Guitar/Bass/Ukulele Instructor

Jason is a multi-genre fingerstyle guitarist and singer-songwriter from Australia, a one-man-band playing a travel-sized guitar to its most resonating and ear-catching potential. The legendary funk and soul guitarist Nile Rodgers couldn’t help but laugh in joy when he heard Jason’s playing. Classically trained from eleven years old, he also studied fingerstyle on the internet from the likes of Tommy Emmanuel and Emil Ernebro. He was featured in the 2019 Guitar Night: Pop and Rock as the only soloist, the 2019 International Folk Festival in Berklee, as well as China’s Got Talent in 2019, receiving all four yeses from the judges. Jason greatly enjoys sharing his extensive knowledge and experience with students. His biggest goal is to help his students develop a life long friendship with the guitar.

Joe M.

Violin/Viola/Guitar/Bass/Piano Instructor

Joe is multi-instrumentalist musician and an experienced music educator. He is trained in the Suzuki Method on violin, viola, piano, and guitar.

At age six, Joe started his music education as a student in his mom’s Suzuki Violin class at his school. Over the next several years, he joined his school orchestra and the Norwalk Youth Symphony in Norwalk, CT, participated in the local All City Orchestra Festival, and performed solo recitals through his private teacher’s studio.

During his first of six summers at the New England Music Camp in Sydney, Maine, Joe took a class called Viola for Violinists, and found that the viola was a better fit for him physically and had a particularly enchanting sound. Now he enjoys teaching both instruments to students beginning their own musical journeys.

As he was becoming a violist, Joe also discovered the guitar and rock music. Influenced by his dad’s guitar playing, Joe largely taught himself the workings of the instrument and how to play the works of some of rock’s greatest artists including The Beatles, Queen, and Aerosmith. This foray into other genres gave Joe skills that he uses to this day in guitar and bass lessons.

During his teen years as he progressed on both viola and guitar, Joe learned to compose for string ensembles and to write pop and rock music, skills that he is still expanding upon today. He has recorded and performed music as a solo act and as a member of several bands.

Joe also learned the basics of piano through self-teaching, ultimately honing his skills on the instrument through classes with Berklee College of Music online, where he recently completed his Professional Certificate of Music Studies.