Nathan knows music and recording software

NathanBNathan’s passion for music began at an early age, singing along with every song he heard on the radio. He began his first formal musical training in the fourth grade, singing with his elementary school chorus and taking private piano lessons. He quickly excelled, being chosen often to perform as soloist. During middle school, Nathan began playing the saxophone, and he added flute and classical percussion in high school. After graduating high school, he studied music for 2 years at Kennesaw State University under some of Atlanta’s top music professionals, including members of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. While at the university, Nathan performed with the wind ensemble and jazz bands, playing keyboards, woodwinds and vocals. After the 2 years at Kennesaw, Nathan transferred to Canterbury Christ Church University in the United Kingdom, where he graduated with a Bachelors in Music Performance, followed by his Masters in Classical Music Composition. Nathan also earned a PhD in Musicology from Canterbury Christ Church University in 2011. While at Canterbury, he performed in the Baroque Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, and chamber groups, as well as accompanying other musicians on piano. He’s currently a freelance musician in Atlanta, performing on studio recordings, motion picture sound tracks, and with orchestras in the Atlanta, Greenville, Savannah, and Chattanooga areas. Nathan has been teaching since 2004 and offers a wide variety of styles, including classical, jazz, and all contemporary styles. He teaches all levels of music from beginner to advanced and has served as a private instructor, facilitator, and professor at some of Atlanta’s prestigious private schools and universities.  Along with being an instructor and performer, Nathan is also a songwriter, recording artist and arranger, and is familiar with Finale, Sound Forge, and Audacity music software programs.


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