Brendan Wilson is teaching private lessons and music theory at the Arts After School Program at Snow Pond Center for the Arts. Brendan was born in Ivins, Utah, starting piano at age 5.He continued to play some piano and sing through high school until making a decision to pursue in Music Education at the University of Vermont, receiving a Bachelor's in 2014.
Wayne Berman attended Bard College, in Annandale, New York, where he earned a BA in Music Composition and Performance. Wayne also received a Masters degree in Music Composition and Theory from Bowling Greene State University in Ohio, is a past president of the Tampa Bay Composer’s Forum, and the founder of the Rise and Shine Performing Arts Camp.
Adam earned his degree from the University of Maine in Performance, (Jazz and Contemporary Music), specializing in Woodwind & Brass instruments, as well as voice. He has performed professionally in Maine with every genre of music including Jazz, Swing, Classical, Classic Rock & Roll, Soul, R&B, Funk, Blues, Folk, Irish/Breton/Celtic, Kletzma, Zydeco, and Fusion. Adam is also accredited with a Music Education degree, teaching elementary, middle, and high school music, band, and choral groups in many schools around the state, as well as being a private music instructor in Maine since 1993. His varied expertise has allowed him to teach instruments from Celtic Whistle to Euphonium!
Marian is an accomplished singer and theatrical artist who brings a versatile background to her work on stage and into the teaching studio. A veteran of national Broadway tours and regional theatre productions, her favorite roles include: Cosette in Les Misérables, Christine in Phantom, Mother in Bright Lights, Big City, Marian in The Music Man, Fleur in Esmeralda (world premiere), Mary Jane Wilkes in Big River and Fiona in Brigadoon.
Christine Little received her BFA in Dance from the Boston Conservatory, her MA in Dance Movement Therapy from Naropa University, and is an adjunct faculty for the University of Maine at Augusta. She has taught dance and creative movement to children and adults for over 30 years and still feels joyful and passionate about her art. Christine plays a variety of musical instruments and is a certified Music Mind Games teacher. In addition, she has had extensive training in Recreation Therapy and brings all of this experience to bear when facilitating individual and group creative arts sessions.
Ben Bowman is a graduate of UMA, holding a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music with a concentration in performance. He brings 7 years of teaching experience, (Drumset, Hand Percussion, Latin Percussion, Piano, Bass Guitar, Trumpet) in addition to public performing as a member of a number of bands in a variety of venues. He lives in Augusta and is building a small home in Pittston. In his free time, he enjoys home-brewing and building lithium electric vehicles.