The Applied Lessons Program

The Stutzman Family Foundation has generously given music majors and minors the ability to take private lesson instruction during the fall and spring semesters.  With Chairman approval, each student can take up to two private lesson courses per semester. Each course is .5 credits .  These lessons meet once per week between 45-50 minutes.  We offer an array of instrumental and voice training including, but not limited to, classical piano, jazz piano, trumpet, clarinet, trombone, drums, violin, viola, classical guitar, jazz guitar and voice lessons. We also offer training in world traditional instruments.  This is free for our students and all are encourage to participate in this amazing program.

Applied Lessons Instructors
Our Applied Lesson instructors are world class leaders in their speciality. These talented professionals are recording artists, grammy winners and playwrites who will inspire, motivate and encourage you and push your talents to new heights. You will meet weekly for your personalized, individual private lesson during each semester.

To learn more about our distinguished instructors of the Applied Lessons Program, click on the links below:

Istvan B'Racz (classical piano):

Rex Cadwallader (jazz piano):
Irene Senedak (piano):

Matt Cimino (classical voice):
Thomas Mitchell (choral/gospel voice):

Anthony DeQuattro (percussion/drums):

Terrence Fay (trombone):
Richard Green (trumpet):

Richard Goldstein (guitar):
Henry Lugo (bass guitar):
James Martin (guitar):

Stacy Phillips (violin):
Viara Sergueeva-Albonetti (violin/viola):

Jesse Raccio (electronic music):