Tim Foley

32 Lafountain St.
Burlington, VT 05401

(802) 343-1459

tafoley@comcast.net

I earned a BA in Music Education from Johnson State College, served 20 years in U.S. Navy Bands in the U.S. and overseas performing on all brass instruments at one time or another.  Since retiring from the Navy I have performed as a freelance musician on trombone, bass trombone and tuba.  I am a founding member of the MetalWerx  Tuba/Euphonium Quartet, member of the Heritage Brass Quintet, Joe’s Big Band and regularly sub with the Vermont Jazz Ensemble and other quintets, orchestras and bands.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Craig Olzenak

63 Sandy Lane
Burlington, VT, 05408

802-652-9893

olzenak.craig@gmail.com

Craig is anticipating several studio openings for this academic year (2019-2020) for private clarinet and/or bass clarinet students; all ages, all levels welcome.  He has taught music for over 40 years and recently retired from teaching in the Burlington Public Schools.  Craig regularly performs with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra.  He has a BS degree in Music Education from the University of Minnesota and his MM Degree in clarinet performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.  His principal teachers include Alan Balter and Rosario Mazzeo.  Craig can be heard on a variety of CDs including: What Story: Chamber Music of Thomas L. Read (USA-ACA Recordings), Triple Doubles (Bridge Records), Trey Anastasio’s Seis de Mayo (Elektra), Trey Anastasio (Elektra), Music of David Gunn (Albany Records), Vermont Symphony Orchestra Commemorative CD (VSO), Music from Terezin (Arabesque), and Chamber Music for Clarinet  by Rick Sowash (Gasparo).  He lives in Burlington’s New North End with his wife, Amanda, and their dog, Carmina.

Andrew Moroz

63 Lafountain St.
Burlington, VT, 05401

www.andrewmoroz.com

802-999-4186

andrew.moroz@gmail.com

Since 2001, I have been active as a performer and educator with a focus on jazz improvisation, theory, and composition.  I attended the Hartt School of Music and New School University, and have taught at UVM and Johnson State College.  I enjoy teaching a variety of styles, including jazz, rock, and pop.  I am also happy to offer a more traditional, reading-based approach for students who prefer that format.

I offer custom composition, arranging, transcription, and copyediting.  I have 17 years of experience writing and arranging for recording sessions and live performances; as a copyeditor, I have worked extensively on several theater productions.  I am also happy to offer my services both as an accompanist and as a solo pianist for weddings, parties, and events.

 

 

David Nacmanie

38 Latham Court
Burlington, VT 05401
(845) 943-7402

david.nacmanie@gmail.com

https://davidnacmanie.wixsite.com/musiclessons

I have a BA in Music Education from the Crane School of Music and am a former director of the National Symphony Orchestra of Samoa.  I teach private lessons in my house and perform locally in many different settings.

I am a professional trombonist, pianist and all around musician.  I am available to accompany everything ranging from solos to musicals.  All musical styles accepted.

I am available to work as a second set of ears for your groups.  I am able to run rehearsals, tune those pesky chords and get everything working like a well-oiled machine.

 

Jane Lambert

54 Laurel Drive
Essex Junction, VT 05452

802-343-3725

jbouff3@gmail.com

I have taught instrumental and vocal music to grades 4-12 for the past 35 years in the VT Public Schools system.  I received my B.M. from Crane School of Music and my Masters from University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.  I can teach beginner to advanced piano and flute- beginner to intermediate for the other horns and voice.  I have played piano, flute, clarinet, and saxophone professionally for decades in various performances and in orchestral pits for many local theater companies.  Classically trained but comfortable with other genres.

Sammy Angstman

127 Brookside Dr.
Williston, Vermont 05495
(802) 238-3608
sammy.angstman@me.com

D.M.A. piano performance, Stony Brook University (ABD), M.M. Stony Brook University, B.M. New England Conservatory

I have been teaching piano since 2011 and teach students of all ages and skill levels.  Lessons are tailored to the individual student’s learning style and interests, and incorporate music theory and ear training across all levels and genres.

Based in Williston.

Experienced accompanist available for collaborative work.  Classically trained but comfortable in other genres.  Also available as a solo pianist for any special events!

www.sammyangstman.com

Emma Cook

15 Myrtle St.
Burlington, VT, 05401

231-631-3921

emmacookmusic@gmail.com

http://www.ecookmusic.com

Offering lessons for the beginning piano player, (all ages!), the budding songwriter, or vocalists looking for self-accompaniment improvement on guitar or piano.  Our work together will focus on developing a sense of musicality and becoming familiar with music theory.  Together we’ll explore musical patterns, dexterity, and concepts that will serve you throughout a musical life!

BA Minor in Music from the University of Vermont, focusing on vocal and piano performance.

 

 

Daniel Bruce

120 Quaker Hill Rd.
East Montpelier, VT 05651

(802) 839-9067

dbrew99@aol.com

Experienced concert pianist and conductor, teaches students of all ages and ability levels.  I have taught and performed for over 30 years, and am comfortable with many different styles of music, from Beethoven to Chick Corea to Billy Joel.