Instructor
Joined in
2016

Michael

Instructor

Teaches Piano, Voice, Music Theory

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Teaches at:
Areas of Instruction

Piano, Voice, Music Theory

Current Band(s)/Gig(s)

Keyboardist for Essie, Piano & Keyboards at Morrisville United Methodist Church

Current Projects

Writing and Recording compositions, preparing for fall auditions, writing, hosting, and producing radio segments for WWFM “The Classical Network”

Education

Bachlor's in Music Composition- Moravian College 2015, Master's in Voice Performance & Pedagogy- Westminster Choir College, 2018

Favorite Bands

Tower of Power, EWF, The Mighty Untouchables, Jacob Collier, Dirty Loops, Chance the Rapper, Tomas Hampson, Morris Robinson, Huey Lewis & The News, Bruno Mars, Ariana Grande, Oscar Peterson, John P. Kee, Tim Akers & the Smokin’ Section, Blood Sweat & Tears

Favorite Instruments

Hammond organ, Baritone sax, piano, Violin, Classical Guitar

Levels Taught

All

Specialties / Genres Taught

classical, Jazz, Pop

Teaching Experience

7 years

About Michael

Michael Wisnosky is a performer, composer, and teacher from Philadelphia. He maintains an active schedule of performances around the tristate area. Some of his recent credits include Duruflé’s Requirem, Jesus Christ Superstar (Caiaphas), the orchestral premiere of Eric Houghton’s Pioneer Songs, Die Zauberflöte (Sarastro), and HUB City Opera’s performance of Carl Orff’s Der Mond (Fourth Bursche). Mercer County locals will find him performing in the Princeton Festival’s opera chorus each summer, most recently in a critically acclaimed production of John Adam’s Nixon in China. As a member of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, Michael had the privilege of performing under the batons of such luminary conductors as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Eric Whitacre, and Alan Gilbert. Outside of the singing world, Michael enjoys success as a composer, with his arrangements and compositions reaching wide audiences across the US. Michael can also be heard on WWFM “The Classical Network” each Monday, hosting a program entitled “Bach @ One”. He can be heard around Bucks and Mercer Counties playing keyboards in various rock and RnB bands.
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