Jesse A. Preis is a tenor and pianist from Emblem, Wyoming. Originally inspired and taught piano as a child by his musical great-grandmother, Jesse soon joined choir, learned saxophone in band, and performed in numerous high school musicals and plays.
Paul Moyer began his piano studies at the age of 5 and has been creating and performing music ever since. While at Enterprise High School in Redding, California, he participated in almost every ensemble offered in the school’s music program,
Brandon Nelson began his piano studies at the age of 12 in Mount Vernon, WA. He graduated from Washington State University in 2016 with a degree in Piano Performance with a Jazz Emphasis. During his studies, Brandon studied directly from
Pianist, composer, and music educator Alex Isackson has a deep passion for and understanding of the transformative power of music. He has studied piano and composition since ages ten and fifteen respectively. After earning a Master’s degree in music composition he has been
Matt Sazima is a jazz pianist, composer, and educator from Sacramento, CA. At age 9, Matt started taking piano lessons, and by the next year had started learning jazz piano under the tutelage of Dennis Kalfas, a student of Oscar
Hannah Kendall is a pianist and teacher from Prescott Valley, Arizona. Her piano studies began at 5 years old when her mom taught her to match the colorful stickers on her fingers to the stickers on the keys. Over the
Emily Strenger is a pianist and teacher from the Philadelphia and South Jersey area. She began performing at a age 8 and participated in several competitions, festivals, and competitive recitals, including the Oberlin International Piano Competition and the Rome Festival
After beginning piano lessons at age 6, Marshall Cuffe quickly began competing, consistently earning top honors, including 6 performances as soloist with the Oregon Symphony for winning the Wiscarson Concerto competition. Additionally, he served as first chair violist in his