Teaching Artist Statement
I am a huge proponent of working with my students to make trumpet playing easier and more fun. This is accomplished by working on becoming technically proficient on the instrument, but also spending a lot of time playing beautifully and musically, and removing the mental blockades we place up for ourselves. I get great enjoyment when my students experience a breakthrough or a "wow" moment in their playing, and those magical moments are why I am a teacher today.
Trumpet player and educator Andrew received his bachelor in K-12 music education from the State University of New York at Fredonia. He has been teaching in the Boston area now for about four years, as a private and group lesson instructor. Currently, Andrew is also Professor of Trumpet at Stonehill College in Easton. In addition to teaching and performing, he is also Executive Director of Unitas Ensemble, a Boston-area orchestra that performs works by Latin-American composers. Andrew joined the faculty of South Shore Conservatory in 2016.
Trumpet player Andrew Moreschi received his Bachelor of Music in Trumpet Performance from the State University of New York at Fredonia, and his Master of Music from New England Conservatory in Boston. He also studied for one year at the Franz Liszt School in Weimar, Germany. Currently, Andrew is Principal Trumpet of the Atlantic Symphony, and Second Trumpet with the New Bedford Symphony. He is also a member of Redline Brass Quintet. Andrew has also performed with New World Symphony, Vermont Symphony, Boston Philharmonic, Symphony New Hampshire, Orchestra of Indian Hill, Lexington Symphony, and Fiddlehead Theatre Company. Andrew joined the faculty of South Shore Conservatory in 2016.