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Nicholas Obrigewitch
Available for virtual lessons only

Nicholas is a music educator and performer from Ellicott City, Maryland. He attended the University of Maryland, College Park, and received two Bachelor of Music degrees in music education and tuba performance, and a Master of Music in tuba performance. Nicholas began playing music at the age of seven while studying guitar. His main instrument switched to tuba while playing in the Howard County school band programs. Nicholas received many distinctions, including being selected for the Maryland All-State Band or Orchestra each year from 2009-2012 and the John Philip Sousa Award. Nicholas is currently a freelance performer and a founding member of Worcester Brass. He is also the band director at Hammond and Triadelphia Ridge Elementary Schools and teaches private lessons to brass musicians. 

Dan Sperlein
Available for virtual lessons only

Daniel Sperlein grew up in Westminster, Maryland. He has been an active trombonist since age 15, when he started as a community member and soloist in the Lyric Band, located in Hanover, Pennsylvania. Daniel went on to gain his Bachelor’s in Music from UMBC, where he was a soloist with the UMBC orchestra. Daniel also secured a grant to study trombone performance over the summer of 2018 with members of the Cleveland Orchestra. He went on in 2019 to Tampa, Florida at the University of South Florida to get his Master’s in Music Performance. Daniel has returned to the Timonium area to enjoy a life of playing live music with local bands and orchestras, and to develop the next generation of great brass musicians.
Aeryn Goldstein
Available for both virtual and in-person lessons 

Aeryn Goldstein is an instrumental music teacher in the Prince George’s County Public School System. She started playing music at age 7 with piano lessons, took on brass instruments (Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone) at age 9, and other rhythm section instruments (Guitar, Bass, Drums) at age 14. Aeryn graduated with her bachelor’s in music education from Towson University in 2019 and gigs in the DC/Baltimore areas with her band “Professor Goldstein & the Adjuncts.”