Teaching Artist - Guitar
Classical guitarist, Vincent Muscarella, performs along the east coast of the United States and in Canada as a soloist, chamber musician, and ensemble member. Mr. Muscarella performs in a variety of settings including symposiums, conferences, festivals, music venues, recital and concert halls, and theaters. guitar lessons
As a classical guitarist, Mr. Muscarella has performed at notable venues and festivals including the DiMenna Center for Classical Music in NYC, Port Washington Theater, Long Island Guitar Festival, Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, Kaplan Concert Hall in Baltimore, MD, Hofstra University, the Philippines Consulate in NYC, The Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT, Suffolk Community College, and the Midsummer Dream Music Festival in Quebec.
Mr. Muscarella is one half of the Long Island Flute and Guitar Duo performing a wide variety of repertoire from composers like Giuliani, Tedesco, Baksa, and Piazzolla in concerts halls and at events in the U.S. and Canada. He has performed in numerous guitar ensembles in the U.S. and abroad premiering pieces by guitar composers like Andrew York and Alan Hirsch. In 2014, Mr. Muscarella premiered his Guitar Quartet no.1 at the Guitar Foundation of America Symposium in NYC with the LIU Post guitar ensemble.
Mr. Muscarella has performed in masterclasses for many of the world’s greatest classical guitarists including Eduardo Fernandez, Jason Vieaux, David Leisner, Paul O’Dette, Andrew York, Gyan Riley, Jerome Ducharme, Raphaella Smits, Newman and Oltman Duo, Rene Izquierdo, and William Kanengiser.
As an educator, Mr. Muscarella teaches guitar at music festivals, public schools, community music programs, and in private studios around the NYC, Northern Virginia, and Baltimore areas. He has taught private and group guitar classes in public schools on Long Island for several years. Currently, he is a teaching artist at Mason Community Arts Academy in Fairfax, Virginia.
Mr. Muscarella completed the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate and Master of Music degree in classical guitar performance from Towson University where he was a graduate assistant and was presented with the talent award for guitar performance. Currently, he is pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in classical guitar performance at George Mason University where he serves as a graduate assistant to the department of music.
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