Curtis Arnett

Curtis Arnett (audio engineering) studied instrumental jazz performance at Temple University from 2009-2012. He is also an alumni of Concord Community Music School. In particular, Curtis has studied with Dick Oatts, Ben Schachter, John Swana, David Tonkin and Matt Langley. Curtis can be found playing saxophone in various groups including The Senie Hunt Project and … Read more

Kathleen O’Boyle

Kathleen O’Boyle (voice) is an ardent music educator and performer and has been teaching private voice and piano lessons since 2006. She has taught many master classes and workshops specializing in audition and performance practice and has a keen ability for dramatic coaching. She specializes in vocal technique and has been taking leveling courses in speech … Read more

Andrew Emanuel

Andrew Emanuel (saxophone) is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a B.M. in Music Education. While at UNH, Andrew was fortunate enough to share the stage with notable artists such as Chris Potter, Allen Vizzutti, Dave Pietro, Steve Wilson, and Marshall Gilkes, and these experiences have also helped shape him as a musician. Andrew’s … Read more

Jarred Garneau

Jarred Garneau (guitar) has years of experience playing live and completed his BA in Guitar Performance at Berklee College of Music in 2023. He has studied guitar with David Newsam, Dani Rabin, Dan Bowden, and Robin Stone. Specializing in slide guitar and improvisation across various genres, Jarred’s style is unique to himself. In addition to … Read more

Jonathan Edward Cross

Jonathan Edward Cross, {aka Jonny ClockWorks} (Bee Skep Puppet Theatre Classes) returned to his native New Hampshire following a 33 year theatre career in NYC. His Cosmic Bicycle Theatre company and The ClockWorks Puppet Theatre were recipients of several Jim Henson Foundation Grants, and UNIMA-USA award for excellence in puppet theater, an Off-off Broadway Review … Read more

Carlene Ruesenberg

Carlene Ruesenberg (handbell choir) has been playing handbells since 2004, and directing and teaching since 2011. She is currently the director of the Memorial Bell Choir at South Congregational Church in Concord, NH. Prior to that, she was the director of the Senior and Junior Handbell Choirs at the Lee Church Congregational. As a ringer, she … Read more

Rachel Kish

Rachel Kish (violin, viola, cello) approaches music education at an individual level; adapting her teaching to students’ learning abilities and needs. Rachel holds a Bachelor’s degree in music, and has worked as an adjunct professor at Johnson State College, sectional coach for the Green Mountain Youth Symphony, and in her personal studio for nearly two … Read more

Alex Tkaczevski

Alex Tkaczevski, DMA, (piano, composition) has been teaching piano for more than twelve years.  He is an active performer and organizer of recitals and composes music.  In his lively lessons he focuses on classical literature, good technique, theory, history, and includes other genres as the student progresses.  Earlier in his career, Dr. Tkaczevski created music and sounds … Read more

Heidi Martinez

Heidi Martinez (Early Childhood Programs, Dance Movement Therapist, and Community Outreach Therapist) Heidi Martinez is a recent graduate of Antioch University New England where she received an M.A. in Dance/Movement Therapy and Couples and Family Therapy. With a B.A. in Dance from San Diego State University, Heidi has loved the art of movement from a … Read more

Sean Anderson

Sean Anderson (Trumpet) received a BM in Music Education and MM in Wind Conducting from University of New Hampshire. At UNH, he studied with Dr. Robert Stibler and Tom Palance for trumpet, Dr. Mike Annicchiarico for composition, and Dr. Andrew Boysen for Conducting. He also has taken trumpet lessons with Laurie Frink and Joe Foley. Mr. … Read more