Cedric Thomas is a musician and producer who has played, preformed, and directed music his entire life.
He studied music performance and theory at shoreline community college and has worked with multiple groups such as the Eriam sisters Michelle Lang and Stillwater.
When he is not producing music you cam always find Cedric playing for multiple churches and various events around Seattle . He has also been apart of the summer musical programs at Langston for the past 5 years.
Cedric is a dedicated person who loves music and to work with young people. Most of all Cedric believes that to achieve your goals you must work hard, be reliable and work with a smile because Gods got it
Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Emily Kurlinski holds a Master’s degree from the University of Maryland where she studied chamber and viola literature with Katherine Murdock and Doris Lederer and orchestral literature with Daniel Foster. She has been featured in chamber music concerts on 91.5 WBJC’s Music in Maryland.
As a performer, Emily was a fellow and principal violist of the Marrowstone Music Festival Orchestra and was also awarded a fellowship to perform in the Orvieto Musica chamber music festival. She served as the violist of the Niles String Quartet, with whom she played two seasons in the Festival de Pâques. She has also performed with the Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra, the Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, and the New England Symphonic Ensemble, with which she toured Puerto Rico and South Africa and also served as guest principal violist for the Ensemble’s seasons with Mid-America Productions in Carnegie Hall.
As an educator, Emily has enjoyed working with students aged 6 to 60. She has taught private lessons extensively in addition to coaching chamber ensembles and leading youth and collegiate orchestral section rehearsals. Though a registered Suzuki instructor, she continues to utilize a variety of teaching methods to foster student success.
Hi! I'm Bronson. I teach guitar lessons and piano lessons, as well as ukulele, bass and music theory. take pride in my ability to change my teaching style based on what my students need and to work well with children as well as adults. I have found that some teachers neglect to branch out of their general teaching patterns. I prefer to first learn how each of my students best absorb information and to then target weaknesses. Meanwhile, I have my students listen to a huge variety of music and keep a list of songs they'd like to learn to play; inspiration is crucial.
I teach classical and jazz disciplines and pieces to help with development and technique. Modern songs are used to build repertoire, and have fun in the learning process.