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Kyle Thompson, Guitar 
Bachelor in Music Performance from Grand Valley University, 2nd year Master's student in Classical Guitar-The College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati

Kyle Thompson earned an associates degree in music performance from Grand Rapids Community College under the instruction of Brian Morris and Jason Werkema and a bachelors degree in music performance from Grand Valley University under the instruciton of Carlos Barrera. His master-class credits include sessions with Thomas Viloteau, Robert Gruca, Andam Holtzman, Florian Larousse, Marcin Dylla, Oscar Ghiglia, Judicael Perroy, and Christopher Parkening. Mr. Thompson is currently in the second year of his graduate studies in guitar performance under the instruction of Clare Callahan. 
Emma Hamlet, Flute
Bachelor of Music, Magna Cum Laude from Miami University.


Andrew Baker, Brass  
Master's in Trumpet Performance from O.U.

Andrew Baker has been teaching brass in the Cincinnati area since his arrival in 2001.  His education includes a BA in Music from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a Masters of Music in Trumpet Performance from Ohio University, and post graduate work at CCM.  As a graduate student at Ohio University, Andrew maintained an independent studio of trumpet majors and minors while teaching the trumpet methods course and was the assistant conductor of the trumpet ensemble.  During his work at CCM, Andrew taught the Brass Methods class.  
Angel’s House of Music 2017 | 726 Lila Ave - Milford, Ohio 45150 | 513-831-1191 
Margaret Angel, Piano
Owner and Certified in Piano Pedagogy. N.K.U.

Angel's House of Music was established in 1996 by Margaret Angel an 
Experienced Piano Teacher who is Certified in Piano Pedagogy by Northern Kentucky University, a certified Music & Me Instructor.  Former President of Northern Kentucky Music Teachers Assoc.  Co-Creator of Keyboard follies, an Evaluation Program for Piano Students
Kate Krueger, Voice
Master of Music, Voice -The College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati 
& Bachelor of Music, Voice -Peabody Institute


Katherine Krueger recently earned a Master of Music from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music while studying with Kenneth Shaw. She holds a Bachelor of Music from the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University where she studied under Dr. Stanley Cornett. In 2010, she was awarded the George Castelle Award for excellence in voice. Katherine was a chorus member during the 2012 season at Cincinnati Opera, performing in Verdi’s La Traviata and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci. While at Peabody Conservatory, Katherine performed as the Second Knitter in Game of Chance by Seymour Barab and as Evie in the world premiere of Generations by Emily Koh for which Ms. Krueger also wrote the libretto. 
Nick Hach, Drum and Mallet
Senior at Northern Kentucky University pursuing a Bachelors in Music Performance.

Mika Komuro, Piano
Master's Degree in Music Performance from Kingston University, London, UK and Bachelor in Piano Performance from Royal Academy of Music, London UK.
Mika completed her Masters degree in Music Performance in 2012 at Kingston University, London, UK and in 2007 completed her Bachelor degree in Piano Performance at Royal Academy of Music, London, UK.  Mika attended The Mozarteum University international Summer Academy, Salzburg , Austria where she received her Diploma in Piano Performance, 2010,2011,2012,2013.  Mika's teaching experience: 2010-2012 Ealing Music Service, London UK, 2010-2015 Private piano institution, London, UK where she provided lessons for professional musicians.  
Mika prepared all levels of students for ABRSM Exam including DipABRSM. Many of her pupils achieved distinction in their exam results.
Emma is a freelance flutist and private music instructor in Cincinnati, Ohio.  
She completed her Bachelor of Music in 2014, Magna Cum laude in Flute Performance at Miami University.  During her time at Miami, Emma performed with the Symphony Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, Opera, Grand Night.  Emma's Principle teachers have included Heather Verbeck, Rebecca Andres, Randy Bowman and Morrigan Kane.
Nick is a senior at Northern Kentucky University, pursuing a bachelors degree in music performance with an emphasis in Jazz. He has performed with many of the NKU ensembles, both classical and jazz. 
Nick currently is a member of Salsazon!, a very entertaining salsa band in Cincinnati, in which he plays timbales and drum set. He is also the drummer for the new high energy swing group, Mickey James and the Queen City Crew. 
Lessons with Nick include, but are not limited to, technique and fundamentals, drum set grooves of all genres, snare/rudimental studies.​

Tom Zinninger
Doctorate in Performance-The College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati



Tom Zinninger, a native of louisville, Ky has been an active performer and educator in the Kentucky-Ohio-Indiana areas for the past 15 years.  His performance experience has ranged from combo and big band jazz to classical chamber and orchestral music.   As an educator, Zinninger has worked with students in a variety of musical settings including concert band, jazz ensemble, jazz combo, chamber ensemble, marching band, private and group lessons.

Zinninger currently holds a faculty position at Wittenberg University in Springfield, OH where he teaches applied saxophone and jazz ensemble.  Zinninger received a Bachelors in Music Education from the University of Louisville, and a Masters of Music in Jazz Studies and Doctorate of Musical Arts in Saxophone Performance from CCM.
Elizabeth Remizowski, Piano
Doctorate student at The College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati

With fifteen years' teaching experience, Liz Remizowski is enthusiastic and comfortable with students of all ages and abilities, from young students to late beginners to those with special needs. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in performance and pedagogy certificate from SUNY Potsdam, a Masters of Music degree in performance from Florida State University, and is currently earning her Doctorate of Musical Arts in performance at CCM under James Tocco. In addition to being an accomplished teacher, she has extensive performance and collaborative experience working with a wide range of musicians across the world. An advocate of new music, she has worked and performed with members of eighth blackbird and has premiered more than twenty pieces to date. 
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Elizabeth Asgian, Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass
Bachelor in Music Liberal Arts,  Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music


Elizabeth Asgian has her Bachelors of Arts in Music from Baldwin Wallace University. She has studied viola with Louise Zeitlin at BW along with participating in numerous master classes with Lembi Veskimets of The Cleveland Orchestra. She has performed with the Baldwin Wallace Symphony Orchestra for four years as well as serving as Principal Violist and Section Leader during her last year three semesters. She has also taken music education method courses that include beginner-level playing tests on every instrument in a full orchestra. Through her exploration of the various 
instruments, the string family has remained her main focus and specialty.While at school, she taught private violin and viola lessons through the local community college, Cuyahoga Community College. During her time off from school. She currently performs with the Cincinnati Community Orchestra.