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1 On 1 Music Lessons

Piano (In-person teaching:  Long Island Searingtown Area & Queens Astoria Area)

Briana Cangemi 


□ Monday 4pm - 8pm

□ Wednesday 4pm - 8pm

*All classes are subject to change of time of classes*  

$65/30 min; $130/60 min

Briana is an experienced music teacher and Choral Director in school since 2014. She is a professional music teacher to kindergarten through fifth-grade students and ensemble director. Briana would love to travel to individual homes to provide private piano instruction, specific to the learning needs of each student. She teaches piano and singing to all ages from youth to adults.


In the year 2018, Briana graduated from Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University. Master of Arts in Music Education. In the year 2014, Briana received her Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Concentration in Piano Performance, Westminster Choir College of Rider University Princeton.


Violinist / Violin Class (virtual learning)

David Yu


□ Friday 6pm - 9pm 

$50/30 min

David Yu, a native of Hong Kong, began playing the violin at the age of eight. He obtained his initial training under the direction and leadership of his parents, both of whom are professional musicians who graduated from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.  By the age of 10, David was accepted to the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts where he received his musical education consisting of intensive violin, chamber music and orchestra. At the age of 15, David came to New York and continued his violin study under Dr. Linda Sinanian. In 1996, David received Dean Scholarships to attend the Purchase Conservatory of Music at the State University of New York where he studied violin under Daniel Phillips, viola under Maria Lambros, and chamber music under Vagram Saradjian and Jesse Levine.  As a result of his early fascination with Baroque Music, David had an opportunity to serve as a soloist to perform the “Telemann Viola Concerto in G” with the Camerata Chamber Orchestra in 1998.  In 2000, David graduated Cum Laude, with a double major in Violin & Viola Performance. Upon graduation, David continued teaching both violin and viola to children. David has more than 15 years of teaching experience. 


Piano (In-person teaching: Great Neck & Jericho)

Rachel Bradeen


□ Monday 3pm - 6pm Great Neck Only

□ Tuesday 5pm - 7pm Jericho Only

*All classes are subject to change of time of classes*

$160/60 min

Rachel is a pianist and composer. 

Rachel was born in Taiwan. She started her professional musical training at the age of 7 and was selected for the department of music prodigy education in Taiwan. Throughout her early life in music education, she earned numerous awards and honors from many different competitions. At the age of 17, she published her first Orchestral piece, which launched her career as the youngest Record Company composer and pianist. Rachel is highly praised for her sensitivity and unique music interpretation with her performances in the Asian music community.

In 1990, Rachel came to the USA, as a scholarship student, where she enrolled in Berklee College of Music, and later, Manhattan School of Music for the graduate program. She was also an assistant teacher in Manhattan School of Music. Rachel moved to Long Island after she finished her advanced studies.

Rachel is currently involved in training young concert pianists and is an outstanding music educator in the Long Island area. Year of 2019, Rachel Bradeen has earned the honor as the outstanding music instructor from New York State NYSSMA organization. Her students not only earned top scores in  NYSSMA  but are also frequent first prize winners in numerous music competitions,( Golden key music festival, Crescendo international Music competition. American Protégé music competition and the Bradshaw & Buono international piano competition). Golden Classical Music Awards International Competition, Holding their performances as the winners at Carnegie Hall, Stern Hall, Lincoln Center, Steinway Hall, United Nation, Ehrbar Hall in Vienna, Bösendorfer Hall at Mozarthaus, Vienna. In the summer of 2018, her students were invited to Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg ,performing in Beethoven Haus and Schloss Ramersdof in Germany.


Year 2018-2020, Her Students had won the first prize in a series of piano competitions (The International Music Competition "Grand Prize Virtuoso" in different major cities in Europe. Including: Vienna, Brussel, Rome, London, Paris, Bonn, Salzburg and Amsterdam.


Piano Class (In-person teaching: Queens County)

Regina Chan


□ Saturday 4pm - 7pm

□ Sunday 10am - 12pm,  4pm - 6pm 

*All classes are subject to change of time of classes*

$90/60 min; $68/45 min; $45/30 min

Regina has taught piano for about 10 years. She has experience working with typical children and children with special needs. Regina has certification for ABRSM Royal level 8 and NYSSMA level 6. She has worked with children to build up their fundamental skills and enhance their music appreciation. 


Piano/Singing Class (virtual learning)

Shan Y Chuang


□ Monday 5:30pm - 8:30 pm

□ Tuesday 5:30pm - 8:30pm

□ Wednesday 5:30pm - 7:30pm

□ Thursday 2pm - 5:30pm

□ Friday 5pm - 9 pm

□ Sunday 5:30pm - 7:30pm

*All classes are subject to change of time of classes*

$75/60 min

Shan Y Chuang graduated with a MFA in Musical Theater at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU). NTNU is the top university for college education in Taiwan. Shan started playing piano and dancing at a tender age. This naturally led to her joining the music department from junior high school all through to university. Later on, Shan chose to major in classical voice for her training. She continued honing her piano alongside for 15 years. She consistently emerged top 5 in her piano class whenever it was grading season. Shan also got her BA from the University of Taipei, specializing in children's Music Education Program.


With a solid foundation of music teaching under her belt, Shan complements her training with her warm personality. All the students, who have crossed paths during her 5 years as a teacher in Taiwan, would undeniably agree that she is a patient teacher, always encouraging in the teaching process. In 2011, Shan took a leap of faith and moved to NYC. She felt ready to take on New York City and its Broadway scene. She was accepted into the prestigious Circle in the Square Musical Theater program, which only accepts a limited number of students every year. The training in New York made her discover herself more than she ever did. It also helped her as a teacher, better her communication skills with her students.

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