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to sign up for the Spring Session!

WHO: The BRUNSWICKHAM Music Studio is a new music studio and a subsidiary of CWReeds. Selected by Dr. Christopher Wickham, the instructors are accomplished, undergraduate music students from Rutgers University. All teachers’ bios can be found at

WHAT: We provide hour-long, instrumental, music lessons for students in grades 6-12. All students are expected to audition for regional honor band in the Fall and prepare a solo in the Spring.

WHEN: Lessons are offered on weekends only. Our sessions run in tandem alongside the academic calendar.

WHERE: The BRUNSWICKHAM Music Studio is located at 2864 Route 27, Suite C, North Brunswick, NJ.

WHY: This studio aims to serve two needs: 1) Offering exceptional undergraduates an environment where they are free to cultivate their teaching skills while under the supervision of Dr. Wickham, who has maintained a highly successful private studio for nearly 2 decades. AND 2) Offering an affordable option for middle school and high school students who are seeking private musical instruction. They can expect a high-quality education from the leading musicians of tomorrow!

COST: Lessons are $45 per lesson. Tuition for the semester is due in full at the first lesson.


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MICHAEL TATORIS is a graduate of East Brunswick High school in central New Jersey. He is currently a Sophomore at Mason Gross school of the arts for Music Education and bassoon performance and has recently played with groups at Rutgers such as the Rutgers Symphony Orchestra, the Kirkpatrick Choir, and the undergraduate bassoon ensemble Bacoustics. Outside of school, he has played with the Eastern Wind Symphony and the Adelphi Orchestra. Michael has participated in the Summer Music in Tuscany festival where he performed with Principal bassoonist of the Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Sebastian Stevensson. In previous years, Michael has premiered arrangements for bassoon ensemble such as an arrangement of the Flight of the Bumblebee for bassoon ensemble and wind ensemble. This premiere was done at Rutgers and was performed with Monica Ellis of the Imani winds.