Bridget Hartman is a saxophone player based in Denver. She is currently getting her degree at the Lamont School of Music, University of Denver in jazz performance. She is also a member of Sol Burial, a local band just starting out in the Denver area. Her true love for music comes from composition and education. She composes for large and small ensembles, and teaches piano, clarinet as well as saxophone. Learning the foundations of music to create your own world of sound is an amazing gift to be shared.
Jeff studied at Berklee College of Music, in 1987. There were many great experiences of being involved in a performing arts church, various bands, and co-leading the gospel choir at Berklee’s High School Five-Week Summer Program. Over the years, he’s had the pleasure of collaborating with a friend/choreographer in Pittsburgh, played piano/keys in many bands, a few theater companies, and was an accompanist with the Dance Department of the University of South Florida in Tampa.
Jeff’s forte is intermediate level piano:
Classical, Pop/Rock/R&B, Vintage Keyboards, Musical Theater, and Accompanying for Dance.
Intermediate vocal lessons: Classical & Musical Theater ~ concentrating on proper breath control, diction, projection (filling a space with sound), and stage presence.
Lead group music experiences: where students will learn percussion/rhythm/syncopation & jam-style improvisation. Even though I’ve been a musician for almost 40 years, I’m still learning & exploring new styles ~ including orchestrating, and arranging.
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Violinist Elisabeth K. is an avid performer and collaborator in the Colorado Front Range area and can be booked for gigs at www.violingig.com.
She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in violin performance from Metro State University of Denver and followed that up with graduate studies in string pedagogy at CU Boulder.
Elisabeth loves to teach violin and viola lessons to students of all ages and has over fifteen years of experience. She is connected to the local music teachers association where she enjoys their enriching programs and the community of peers that inspire her to continually grow in the art of teaching.
Jeffrey studied at the University of Texas at Austin where he received his Bachelors (2014) and Masters (2016) Degrees and studied under Professor Patrick Hughes. It was during his Master’s program that he received a fellowship and served as the teaching assistant under Professor Hughes. He has enjoyed performing with such groups as the Austin Symphony, Colorado Music Festival, Corpus Christi Symphony, and the Round Rock Symphony. While Jeffrey’s primary instrument is the French horn, he has experience playing and teaching the other brass instruments. He believes in building a strong foundation through focusing on the fundamentals (air control, embouchure control, sound production, and a strong rhythmic foundation) while also maintaining a fun environment where students are able to become motivated and challenge themselves. Jeffrey lives in Thornton with his wife Ellen and his cat Sarabi. He is an avid Tennis and Football fan and enjoys playing the latest video games in his spare time.