Anthony

Anthony

Anthony obtained his BA in piano performance from the prestigious DePaul University in Chicago. A Nashville native, he studied with various artists such as Jelena Dirks, Aglika Angelova, Ron Perillo, and renowned Georgian concert pianist George Vatchnadze. He is a versatile performer who is passionate about experimental music. His project highlights including being a pianist for Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire, being a pianist for all-Georg Friederich Haas concert at DePaul, and performing Le Profoundeur in complete darkness. He was also the pianist for the centennial celebration of Igor Stravinsky performing Deux Poems and Three Japanese Lyrics, keyboardist for the production of Fame at Ruth Page Center, and pianist for the world premiere of Seven Wallace’s.

Anthony has become an established collaborator and live conceptual art subject with the photographer and professor Jason Lazarus. He practiced in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago for over three months. Presently, he resides in Los Angeles and divides his time being a performer, composer, choral director, and piano instructor at The Royal Music Academy. He continues to grow along with the diverse and talented body of students.

He continues to enjoy sharing his knowledge with students and providing the best piano education. He teaches piano to all age groups in the neighborhoods of Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, West LA, Glendale, Silver Lake, Downtown, and more.