Nathan, Senior Instructor, Piano
Nathan is an Emmy Award-winning film composer, with an extensive background in classical training as a composer, a pianist, a choral conductor, and a singer. He was recognized at an early age as a remarkable and prodigious composer, and at fifteen was commissioned to write the first piece that achieved widespread attention. His work, “Kyrie Eleison,” was performed multiple times in both the United States and Europe, and was received enthusiastically by sold out audiences. Amongst Nathan’s achievements is a commission to write music for the Carmel Bach Festival, a gold metal award from the Monterey Bay Blues Festival for outstanding musicianship, and fourth place in California’s statewide piano competition. He attended Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music for degrees in both composition and vocal performance. After moving to Los Angeles, he became the music director and choral master of a respected cathedral, and the founder of the Pangrazio Music School, which employs the industry’s leading instructors and performers.
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