Cheryl Laughlin, Piano and Early Childhood

Education Bachelor’s degree in Music Education with Piano concentration from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Teaching/Performance Bio Cheryl Laughlin is the founder, owner, and director of The Music Workshop of Concord, a music school established in 1989 in Concord, New Hampshire. Cheryl has a bachelor’s degree in Music Education with Piano concentration from […]

Erin Tellier, Piano

Education Piano Performance and Pedagogy Studies, Plymouth State University Teaching/Performance Bio Erin Tellier is a classically trained pianist based in the Southern New Hampshire area. Erin started her classical training at age five under the instruction of Russian concert pianist, Mila Filatova, with whom she studied for thirteen years before continuing her education at the […]

Adam Peithmann

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Education Undergraduate degree in Organ Performance from the Eastman School of Music and a Master’s Degree with a church music certificate from the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University, completed additional organ studies as a Fulbright scholar in Bremen, Germany. Teaching/Performance Bio During his academic work, Mr. Peithman has focused on organ, piano, harpsichord, […]

Kaitlyn Leahy

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Teaching Statement With teaching practices rooted in compassion, I work alongside learners to help them identify and meet their individual musical goals while gently encouraging learners to explore facets of music that might be new or unfamiliar. Education B.M. in Musical Studies (Music Theory and History) from the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam […]

Elizabeth Hodges

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Teaching Statement “Music exists for the purpose of growing an admirable heart.”—Shinichi Suzuki Education Plymouth State University, Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Music. Ms. Hodges studied piano with Dr. Carleen Graff and flute with Aubrie Dionne. She was the recipient of a Department Talent Grant for all four years, and the NH Music Teachers […]

Erin Dubois

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Teaching Statement With students of any age, I focus on creating a strong understanding of the fundamentals for their playing using both traditional methods (exercises from the great pedagogues such as Moyse, Taffanel, and Gaubert) as well as new techniques from contemporary musicians. My main goal is that through a strong foundation and a learned […]

Jason Coburn

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Education Jason earned a Bachelor of Music Education from Keene State College and is completing a Master of Music Education through Longy School of Music. Teaching/Performance Bio Jason is an educator and pianist in the southern New Hampshire area. Throughout his music path, Jason’s music performances have spanned New England and the east coast. He has […]

Elizabeth Blood

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Teaching Statement Elizabeth is a supportive, encouraging and enthusiastic teacher who tailors lessons to meet the needs, personality, and interests of each student. She enjoys working with students of all ages to foster a love of music-making and develop each student’s potential. Education Ms. Blood holds a B.M. degree from Northwestern University where she was […]

Ryan Striker

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Teaching Statement My primary goal when teaching any level and age of student is to make the content they are learning fun and engaging. Music is a vast universe with various ways to experience it. Whether that experience is listening, performing, studying, composing, or generally talking about music, my aim is to help every student […]

Romeo Melloni

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Teaching Statement “When we perfect music, music perfects us”. Education Mr. Melloni attended Milan University where he studied musicology with Francesco Degrada. In Boston, he received his Bachelor on Music from Berklee College (1987) and his Master of Music (1989) and the honorary Graduate Diploma in composition (1991) from the New England Conservatory. His teachers […]