Trevor Gordon HallTrevor Gordon Hall

Trevor is an instrumental acoustic performer and has taught a wide range of guitar styles for over 10 years at various institutions including colleges, music schools and private lessons.  He is signed to CandyRat Records and has recorded with grammy winning producer Joe Nicolo (James Taylor, Billy Joel, Bob Dylan, etc.).  Trevor has had the privilege of sharing the stage with a wide range of artists including: Pat Martino, Phil Keaggy, Don Ross, Michael Manring, Andy Mckee, Alex Skolnick, The California Guitar Trio, Billy Cobham, Michael Chapdelaine, etc.  His most recent album climbed the iTunes charts, as well as YouTube Top Commented/Top Favorited/Most Discussed categories with the release of videos.  Trevor’s music has been featured on various national radio stations including NPR and television networks including NBC.  Trevor performs throughout the USA, Canada, and Europe.  More about Trevor…



Edele Rose KlossEdele Rose Kloss, MA, MT-BC

Edele earned both her Bachelor of Science in Music Therapy (2002), and Master of Arts in Music Therapy (2007) from Immaculata University in Immaculata, Pennsylvania. She was awarded membership into the Immaculata chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda (Delta Psi), the national music honor society, in May 2007.  She has had extensive experience in the music therapy field, for the past 11 years, working with children with developmental delays, Autism, speech and language disorders,  adults with spinal cord injuries, intellectual disabilities, neuromuscular diseases, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), mental illnesses, drug/alcohol addictions, Alzheimer’s disease/dementia as well as tracheotomy, ventilator dependent, and comatose patients.  She currently works as the full time music therapist at Foundations Behavioral Health in Doylestown, PA.  Edele also teaches Piano, Guitar, Voice, and Clarinet Lessons and is a member of the Bucks County Women’s Chorus.


Ryan Leaver

Ryan Leaver

Multi-Instrumentalist and Composer, Ryan Leaver received his B.A. in Jazz Composition from Berklee College of Music in 2003 and his M.A. in Modern American Music from the Longy School of Music of Bard College in 2006.  He has received instruction in the Feldenkrais Method, the Alexander Technique, Eurythmics, and the Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization from leaders in each respective field.  Some of his teachers include Dennis Sandole, Charlie Banacos, George Garzone, John Lockwood, Bob Gullotti, Bob Moses, Ran Blake, John Thomas, and Ben Monder.



Brad Rau

Brad Rau has been performing music for over 20 years all over Boston, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, as a classical guitarist, rock guitarist, and rock drummer. Brad received a scholarship to attend New England Conservatory (NEC), and received a Master’s degree in 2015 with academic honors. At NEC, he studied classical guitar under Eliot Fisk who was the last pupil of Andres Segovia. Brad has performed in countless masterclasses with instructors including; Sharon Isbin, Andrew York and Jason Vieaux, all Grammy award winning guitarists. Brad’s personal learning methods have enabled him to surpass his competition memorizing over 8 hours of the most difficult repertoire for the classical guitar. Brad was a semi-finalist in the International Texas Guitar Competition of 2008.

In addition to his performing career, Brad has mentored hundreds of students of all ages, styles and levels. Many of Brad’s students have gone on to develop their own music careers and teaching studios. Brad’s unique teaching style combines music, physics, philosophy and humor, making him a well-rounded instructor for a variety of students. Brad is a Master level teacher.


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