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James M. Lubrano



James Lubrano holds a Master of Music Degree in Collaborative Piano Performance from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, where he studied with Barbara Gonzalez-Palmer.  He also holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Statistics from The College of New Jersey.  Mr. Lubrano is a collaborative pianist and vocal coach in the Music Department at The College of New Jersey, and has been an Adjunct Instructor for the Lyric Theater Department.  He has served in this capacity for the NJ All-State Mixed Chorus, the NJ Governor's School of the Arts, the NJ Music Educators Association State Conference, as well as the High School Mixed and Women’s Chorus, Intermediate Treble Choir, and Treble Honor Chorus of the Central Jersey Music Educators Association.  Mr. Lubrano has also played for several ensembles including the Celebration Singers, Woodbridge Community Chorus, Woodbridge High School Choir, as well as the Chorale, College Choir, and Women's Ensemble of The College of New Jersey.

In addition to coaching soloists who have performed leading roles at the Metropolitan Opera, Mr. Lubrano has prepared and performed with various ensembles at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.  He has attended and performed in the UNICEF/Steinway "Peace Piano" World Tour Showcase, the Colorado College Summer Chamber Music Festival, and Lied Austria International.  He recently toured with the Eastern Wind Symphony and performed at the 69th Annual Midwest Clinic in Chicago.  Mr. Lubrano has also served as Musical Director and Accompanist for various theater companies throughout NJ in over 100 productions. 


Conrad Erdt



Conrad Erdt has worked as a professional keyboard musician since age seventeen. He serves as the Music and Creative Arts Coordinator for the United Methodist Churches of Navesink and Atlantic Highlands, directing the adult and children's choirs, playing the organ and keyboard, and singing. He has performed in ensembles featuring internationally renowned musicians, and with other performing artists in New York City, the tri-state area, Mid-Atlantic, and out to New Mexico and Missouri. He earned a B.A. in Music from Rutgers College, New Brunswick and also holds a Music Education Certificate from Kean University. He studied music with many excellent musicians, including National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master/Juilliard faculty, Kenny Barron. Conrad taught High School guitar, chorus, general music, and band classes and also worked in the music business for the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Past memberships include the National Association for Music Education, the National Academy of Popular Music, and the American Guild of Organists.

 

 

  

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