JUDY BILLINGHAM
Judy Billingham, has played flute for the Hartford Conservatory, flute and piccolo for the Hartford Symphony, performed vocals for Gallop + Alfred's in Hartford, and played flute in the Connecticut Opera Orchestra. She worked as a choir director in Bolton, Moodus, Colchester churches. Taught privately in New Britain, Bristol, West Hartford and Manchester. Judy also teaches Piano and Flute
JULIANA DAVIS

Juliana Chimiak Davis teaches piano and is a specialist in Suzuki violin, viola and cello pedagogy. Juliana has a degree from C.C.S.U. specializing in viola. She has also studied Suzuki pedagogy at Hartt and does involve herself in their Suzuki workshops every summer. She has studied with Gerard Rosa, William Preucil, and Abraham Mishkind to name a few. Juliana also teaches the Montessori Children's house in town and works with little children teaching them on miniature violins. Students are as young as two years old are also known as strolling violinists.

DAN HOLLENBECK
Dan Hollenbeck is currently a senior attending Central Connecticut State University for a B.S degree in Jazz Studies. During his years there, he has played in the school's big band and jazz combos, and acts as an accompanist for jazz recitals. He is studying privately with Ken Fischer, a teacher and leader of Simsbury High School Jazz Groups, and has studied classical lessons in the past with Carolyn Halstead. He has had the opportunity to play with the Bristol Reunion Jazz Band, and currently plays and tours with rock group Elison Jackson.
ADRIANE KUZMINSKI
Adriane Kuzminski served as an active duty Soldier in the U.S. Army Band for over three years. She toured the Far East for a year as a clarinetist and alternate percussionist in the 2nd Infantry Division Band on Camp Red Cloud, South Korea. She later transferred to the 36th Army Band at Fort Huachuca, AZ, to promote the U.S. Army Band Program throughout the West Coast as a pianist and mallet player. Adriane teaches clarinet and piano and is pursuing a degree in Film Production at Emerson College in Boston.  
John Valerio
John Valerio received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in music education from Western Conn. State College where he studied piano with Lawrence Honan of Danbury. Lie later studied with the late renowned John Mehegan. He has been a public school music teacher since 1972 and has been teaching in District 13 since December 1973. He can be seen performing throughout the New England area.