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Jonathan White
Interim or Substitutes Organist/Pianist, Choirmaster, Cantorial

All Denominations. I know liturgy of all the major faiths including synagogue work and am fluent in Hebrew. Available every day for services, funerals, weddings.


William Zukof, countertenor
Founding and current member of The Western Wind; former Gentleman of the CHoir, St. Thomas 5th Avenue

Looking for a position either regular or as a sub. Available for Christmas and Holy Week.

very good reader; vast experience. Also choral director.


Male Singers wanted
Become Part Of (SFPC)

If you were a member of the South Beach Gay Men's Chorus (SBGMC) and are interested in being part and build the new (SFPC) South Florida Pride Chorus, we want to hear from you.  We have great Ideas to share with you.  we are also looking for your input. You need to be dedicated, a team player, and help each other while we have fun at the same time.  this is all volunteer time while we grow. we are also looking for a volunteer artistic director, and an Organist. if so kindly email us and we will send you the date and time when we will meet.. wishing you a happy holiday seasonLaughing


Ed Kolcz
Substitute, Interim, Permanent Organist/Pianist Music/Choir Director

Available as Substitute, Interim, Permanent Music/Choir Director, Organist/Pianist, simultaneous Cantoring.

Over 35 years continuous experience in the Catholic Church. Available for other denominations.

Weddings, Funerals, other activities.  Available 7 days a week.

Superb sight-reader.

Available in all of S. Florida

References on request.


Timpani and Percussion
Call Andrew Proctor to enhance your service with the sounds of timpani and/or percussion.

Timpani and percussion


Brad Hedick

Available for Funerals on Friday, and Services on Sunday Morning

Dr. Walter Gerard Busse, Ph.D.
Substitutes Music Director/Choirmaster/Organist/Pianist

Dr. Walter Gerard Busse, Ph.D. Substitutes Music Director/Choirmaster/Organist/Pianist 305-951-7253 waltbusse@aol.com Available for weddings, funerals, accompanist, cocktail pianist, or church substitutes work (NOT SUNDAY MORNINGS). Holds 2 degrees from Berklee. Masters and Doctorate from UM Frost School of Music. Over 25 years of music ministry experience in all denominations. Have planned and led music for over 4,000 Roman Catholic masses, over 1,000 various protestant services and 2000+ weddings and funerals. Able to accompany, sight read, and improvise all musical styles including classical, pop, rock, gospel, country, and jazz. Have led choirs and/or played organ/piano internationally throughout Italy, France and Israel including St. Peter's Basilica (Easter Sunday), St. Ignatius Rome, Notre Dame Paris, as well as Carnegie Hall and throughout Miami including St. Mary's Cathedral, Epiphany, Little Flower, St. Augustine, St. Patrick, St. Thomas, St. Philips Episcopal, FUMCSM, FUMCCG, Central Pres., Old Cutler Pres. and last 2 years as music director/organist/pianist at First United Methodist of Miami. www.fumcmiami.com Also 25+ years of experience as qualified piano tuner available for hire. For more info, CV/Resume and/or references please call or email 305-951-7253 waltbusse@aol.com




Stefano Mhanna
Stefano Mhanna, violinist, violist, pianist, organist, composer

Stefano Mhanna, A musician of international fame, Stefano Mhanna was born in Rome on the 11th of July 1995. Winner of 5 national competitions and two international competitions, he started attending the Saint Cecilia Conservatory in Rome when he was seven years old and he graduated in violin on the 10th July 2007 with full marks and special mentions. There are no other cases in the long history of the celebrated Roman Conservatories that a student so young managed to complete his studies in such a short time with such high marks. In 2012, he graduated in viola, piano and organ and organistic composition performing in concert also with these instruments. He holds a post-diploma tirocionio didattico biennale always at Saint Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, it numbers amongst the various prizes and the prize of the Via Vittoria of Rome, and the Rotary prize for the strings section. At only ten years old he had great success for the performance of Tchaikovskys Concerto in D Major opus 35, with the orchestra of the conservatory of Saint Cecilia of Rome, Directed by Maestro Ernesto Gordini; for this he gained important recognition from the SIAE.He appears and plays in various TV shows and news programs on the RAI network (Uno Mattina / In Famiglia / Ieri, Oggi e Domani / Telegiornali di Rai 1, 2 e 3, ecc.), Mediaset (Maurizio Costanzo), and other private TV networks. He has been spoken about in various dailies and also in specialist newspapers such as Viva Verdi and Suonare news. He collaborates as a soloist with several orchestras within Italy and also abroad, for example The philharmonic orchestras of Turin, the philharmonic orchestras of Bacau conducted by Ovidiu Balan, the Great Orchestra of Rachmaninov; conducted by Nicolai Rogotnev, the Orchestra Filarmonia Veneta, the Kiev chamber orchestra etc. He plays in the Academy of Tirana in Albania and in the Auditorium Parco della Musica of Rome. He plays in various theatres such as il Teatro Argentina di Roma, il Gran Teatro di Tor di Quinto in Roma, il Teatro Regio di Torino, il Teatro della Filarmonica di Trento, Il Teatro Piccinni di Bari etc.. Worth mentioning amongst his various concerts is that at Casa Barezzi, Museo Giuseppe Verdi (Busseto). He has a repertoire of around 40 concerts with an orchestra, over 50 Sonatas and pieces for the piano and numerous compositions for the solo violin but to speak of his repertoire is superfluous for him given the capacity and speed with which he approaches any type of score. They say that the naturalness with which he expresses his musical essence reveals a personality that releases a continual flow of multiple emotions in those who listen to him, and that he seems to fuse himself with the music he plays without ever becoming isolated from the world around him but rather transmitting to the listeners the deep pleasure he finds in playing the various interpretations of the pieces in the programme. Renowned also as perstigious organist in settlements and globally recognized and appreciated by many great masters and organ concert players, his concerts often run strictly from memory and with a mastery of technique and interpretation of high level, most of the time on organs particularly prestigious, as Olgiati, Callido, Rieger, Tamburini, Mascioni, Zanin and others. In his training it is important to remember Domenico Morgante and Jiri Lecian. His organ repertoire ranges from old music to the one of the late romantic era with special attention to Baroque and Bach

Richard Webb
Dr. Richard Webb, Organist

Richard Webb is Professor and Dean Emeritus of the College of Arts and Humanities at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, having served previously as Dean of the College and Chief Academic Officer at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey as well as Professor and Chair of the Departments of Music at San Francisco State University and East Tennessee State University. He holds the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honors College) and Master of Fine Arts degrees in Organ Performance from Ohio University, whose School of Music Society of Alumni and Friends honored him with its Achievement in Music Award, and the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Musicology, with cognates in Organ, Performance Practice and Art History, from the College-Conservatory of Music of the University of Cincinnati. He studied organ with Wilbur Royer, Jerald Hamilton, Eugene Wickstrom and Gerre Hancock, organ literature with Roberta Gary and performance practice with Carol McClintock.

A well-known recitalist, teacher, clinician/adjudicator and administrator, Dr. Webb has performed solo concerts and appeared as guest artist with orchestras and ensembles throughout the United States, England and Spain. Major appearances have included the Inaugural Recital for the 50th Anniversary Season of the Central New Jersey AGO Chapter, a joint concert with the Echo Ringers of Japan by invitation of the Secretary-General of the United Nations to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights and the Inaugural Series for at the time the largest concert hall organ in North America at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco.

His imaginative programing interests have led him to premiere the works of such noted contemporary composers as Daniel Lentz, Lewis Songer, Meyer Kupfermann, John Haussermann, Jan Hanus, Gertrude Martin Rohrer, Robert Copeland, Alvin Batiste, James Hanna, Dennis Johnson, Dinos Constantinides, William Grimes and Charles Lloyd. He has presented thematic recitals and workshops on the organ music of America, Asia, Russia and Spain (including a New York recital for the Quincentenary of Christopher Columbus at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue), the organ and piano music of Sigfrid Karg-Elert and the organ and choral works of Siegfried Reda.   His informative and entertaining workshops and practical master classes in various performance practices have been particularly well received as a complement to his concert appearances. Recognized as a facile and highly sensitive accompanist on all keyboard instruments, he is in significant demand as a collaborative partner for singers and instrumentalists.

He is a past Dean of the San Francisco, Franklin and Baton Rouge Chapters of the American Guild of Organists, as well as a past President of the University Music Administrators of California, the Baton Rouge Opera, the Louisiana Association of Deans of Arts, Sciences and Humanities and the Board of Governors of the Baton Rouge Little Theater. He is a designee of the Louisiana Artist Roster and a recipient of the coveted Louisiana Artist Fellowship for excellence in the arts. He is Organist/Music Associate of the Baton Rouge First United Methodist Church and Organ/Harpsichord Principal of the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra.

Dr. Webb concertizes as a member of the Louisiana Touring Directory and is represented as a collaborative artist and chamber musician by Bach's Five Productions. Recognized among specialists in the music of Sigfrid Karg-Elert, he is a Life Member of the International Karg-Elert Archive in the United Kingdom. 

225-924-0331; (Cell) 225-235-6765




Available from West Palm Beach to Miami.  Experienced in Roman Catholic Liturgies. 

Available weekdays & weekends

Call Kevin  @  561 762.9617

Giorgi Chkhikvadze

The New York Times considered his of Scriabin's early Sonata-Fantasia as “smart and likeable.” The Wall Street Journal called him a "particularly impressive young pianist.” The South Hampton Press dubbed him “an athletic performer.”


3 piece Family Band

We are a 3 piece Family band Michael Rodiles Piano Guitar & Vocal William Rodiles Bass & Vocal Guille Garcia Rodiles Drums & Vocal this is us at http://youtube.com/rodiles1147 an http://rodiles.tv contact # 786 316 8722 

786 316 8722

Roberto Scarpa Meylougan
International Concerts Organist

Roberto Scarpa Meylougan

obtained a degree with distinction in pipe organ, harpsichord, composition and prepolyphonic chant at the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory in Venice under the guidance of Sergio de Pieri and W. van de Pol. Then he specialised in France with J. Guillou, M. Chapuis, J.P. Brosse and G. Litaize.

In addiction to his first musical activity, he also regularly works as sound engineer, microphonist and audio editor, which are his main professional passions.
He played as organist and harpsichordist at the main French, Italian and German cathedrals. Since 1978 he frequently holds many concerts throughout Europe.

In 1982 and 1983 he was awarded the absolute first prize “Città di Stresa”. In 1985 he received an invitation from Vatican City in order to play an organ concert on the occasion of Pope Giovanni Paolo II’s first visit in Venice. After a year he played at Saint Giovanni end Paolo Church in Rome.

Olivier Messiaen and Karl Richter appreciated his particular virtuosic technique using pedalboard and many composers dedicated to him many original works for solo pedalboard.
He took part as composer and harpsichordist in G.Verdi Coservatory’s concert season “Serie Rubino 1989/90”, where he presented the “Concert in sol” for cello and orchestra in partnership with cellist and composer Marco Ravasio.

From 1989 to 1991 he taught pipe organ and organ composition at Pierluigi da Palestrina Conservatory in Cagliari Sardegna.
In the meanwhile, from 1992 to 2000 he worked as producer with the main opera theatres in Europe and with some great personalities such as Claudio Abbado, Viekoslav Sutej, Sir Roger Norringthon, Thomas Sanderling, Roberto Paternostro, Marcello Panni, Stefan Malzew, Adriano Martinolli, etc., with soloists: Daniela Dessì, Fabio Armiliato, Carlo Guelfi, Andrea Griminelli Albrecht Mayer, Oliver Kern and with symphonic orchestras: Mahler Chamber orchestra, London Philarmonic Orchestra, Opera of Nizza, Opera de Sevilla, Regio di Parma, Teatro di Torino, and many more.

Thanks to his interest in digital recording techniques applied to classic music, in 1998 he won the Cannes Classical Awards with the Director Thomas Sanderling.
He played as soloist with “I Solisti Veneti” directed by Claudio Scimone. After that, he was invited in Zagreb, where he played F. Poulenc’s “Concert for organ, string and ketteldrum orchestra” with the Zagreb Philarmonic Orchestra directed by Vjekoslav Sutej at Lisinsky Hall.

In summer 2006 he recorded as soloist his latest album “Children”. This is a part of a personal project, which aims to revaluate and rediscover the pipe organ as means of aggregation and fun and to spread out new and uncommon repertories for this instrument.
He attended many workshops on organ art held by Piccinelli, Formentelli and Fratelli Ruffatti, with whom he worked on the realisation of projects for restoration and building of many pipe organs in Veneto region.

He made a great number of collaborations with many broadcasters such as RAI (I and II channel), National Swiss Television and other 35 broadcasters throughout Europe.
He composed the soundtracks for the film documents “Angkor”, “La giungla di pietra” e “Le città murate del Veneto”, for which he won the first prize “Città di Torino”.

He wrote innumerable transcriptions and compositions. At present he is working on his first opera in three acts (musical style) titled “I.N.R.I.”.
Roberto Scarpa Meylougan also works in the field of pop music as composer and arrenger for many groups and personalities such as Andrea Braido, Antonio Maiello, Stefano Caprioli, Guido Toffoletti, Evol and many others.

As soloist pianist, he will play K. Emersons’s “Piano works”, G. Gershwin’s “Rapsodia in blue” and “Concert in fa”. As producer and musical supervisor, he has more than 120 CD spread out throughout the world and published by Universal, Deutsche Grammophon, Philips, Decca, Real Sound S.r.l. and Phoenix classics.

In 2006-2007 he directed the chorus Cantori Veneziani with whom he performed concerts at the theaters La Fenice and Malibran in Venice.
One of his last works was the salvage, restauration and enlargement of the Tamburini orgue previously located in the basilica of S.Marco in Venice and now replaced in the church of S:Rita da Cascia in Mestre.

In 2008 he won the first prize at the international Elvira di Renna award in Faiano Salerno with the program “Children”; after that he chose and played the musical accompaniment for the marriage of Marina Berlusconi in her family residence at Arcore.
He began 2009 accompanying with his piano Daniela Dessì and Francesco Renga at the Sanremo Festival.

In july he is going to perform an orgue concert at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall in Boston,MA. 

in July 2012 he released his latest album as Organist and Composer with soprano Daniela Dessi for Universal Decca


Lluis Soldevila
Lluis Soldevila. French horn player

Spanish-born hornist Lluis Soldevila began his musical career at the Superior Conservatory of Music in Barcelona, Spain. He has more than 17 years of international playing and teaching experience. He studied with Dr. Vicent Aguilar (Spanish National Orchestra and later Liceo's Orchestra soloist). He also received lessons from some of the best players and educators of the time as Javier Bonet, Eric Terwilliger, Ab Koster, Vicente Zarzo, Miguel Torres, Salvador Navarro, Juanjo Pastor, Salvador Chulià, Salvador Seguí, J. M. Carbonell, Maurice André, Jacques Mauguer among others. He received his Master's Degree in Music from the Valencia and Castellon conservatories of Music.

Lluis also has studies in psychology from Uned University (Spain).

Until 2005 Lluis worked primarily in Europe, he has played as a soloist and member in various of the European orchestras and with wind ensembles in Valencia and Barcelona. Later he has collaborated with various Floridian orchestras and the Miami Music Project in Miami, Florida (USA) where he currently resides.

Lluis also is a founding member of the brass quintet Wonder Brass, brass quintet Cinc Metalls, Horta Nord Wind Ensemble, Horta Nord Orchestra, Marina Alta Wind Ensemble, and Valencia's municipal conservatory Jose Iturbi Orchestra.

In the pedagogical field he has been professor of French horn and Chamber Music in conservatories in Spain since the 1997. In Miami, FL Lluis also works as a horn and trumpet private instructor. He has vast experience in the treatment of different playing problems (incorrect use of the muscles forming the embouchure, poor or bad air control, problems with the high or low tesiture, poor endurance...etc) using both techniques European and American.

Trumpet, Natural horn, Alp horn, preparation for competitions and audition and chamber music lessons are also available from Lluis.

From 2005 Lluis is an Aleas Europe (manufacturer of Eolos Breathe Trainer) principal products consultant .

Nowadays Lluis plays in different orchestras in South Florida (in some of them as a principal horn), The Miami Chamber Players ensembles, SoBe Arts Ensembles, also plays in the French horn and piano duo Luminous Duo, and in the wind quintet Take Five WWQ (created with principal players among the professional orchestras in South Florida). Lluis offers private French horn and trumpet lessons and it's a faculty member of the SoBe Institute of The Arts (SoBe Arts) and Play Music among other institutions.

- Seventeen years of orchestral experience as French horn player.
- Twenty-four years of wind band experience as French horn player.
- Fifteen years of experience as French horn and trumpet instructor.
- TV, Radio and CD recordings with Orchestra and Chamber Ensembles.



The Moscow-born American pianist Dmitry Rachmanov was exposed to Scriabin’s sound world early on as a student of the Gnessins Special Music School in Moscow. He has studied and
performed Scriabin’s music most of his life. A founding member of the Scriabin Society of America, Rachmanov gave an all-Scriabin four-recital series in 1992 in commemoration of the composer’s 120th anniversary, which included all ten sonatas. He has also given lectures and classes on the composer, and has recorded two all-Scriabin albums to date (one published by Master Musicians in the UK, the other awaiting publication).
Dmitry Rachmanov has garnered much acclaim for his passionate performances, refined musicianship and brilliant pianism. Hailed as an "indisputable musician" by the Brussels' Le Soir and "suave
and gifted pianist' by the New York Times, Rachmanov has been heard at venues such as New York's Carnegie Hall, Washington DC's Kennedy Center, London's Barbican and South Bank Centres, and Beijing Concert Hall, and his tours brought him to Mexico, Europe, Russia, Turkey and the Far East. He collaborated as a soloist with Manhattan Philharmonia, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, London Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Ukraine National Symphony, National Orchestra of Porto, Portugal, among others. He has recorded for Naxos, Navona, Omniclassic, Master Musicians and Vista Vera labels.
A strong proponent of the Russian repertoire, he gave the US premiere of Boris Pasternak's Piano Sonata, broadcast nationwide by the NPR, and his recital "The Art of the 19th Century Russian Character Piece" was noted by the New York Times for "considerable color and focus" he brought to each work.
Dr. Dmitry Rachmanov is Professor of Piano at Califrnia State University, Northridge, where he serves as Chair of Keyboard Studies. Dr. Rachmanov has been a frequent adjudicator at competitions in the US and abroad. Rachmanov is a graduate of The Juilliard School and he holds the DMA from Manhattan School of Music.
Dmitry Rachmanov is a Steinway Artist.

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freddie jacobs
jazz trumpeter



David W. Hansen
Drummer, Percussionist and Bandleader

Professional drummer, percussionist and bandleader. Toured, travelled worldwide. Send sound files and material can be learned for auditions and concert tours. Specialty is jazz (1917 through current modern jazz) also all styles including rock, pop, funk, country and many other musical styles.


Linda Reiling
Organist/Pianist available in Broward and Dade County

Over 20 + years' experience in all liturgies.  Available weekends and weekdays for services, weddings, funerals.


Christopher Toth
Organ, Piano, Keyboard, Voice

Experienced organist, pianist, keyboard player, music director and singer.  Roman Catholic, Jewish, Protestant, musical theatre and popular music.  Weddings, Funerals, Concerts, Church and Temple Services, Musical Theatre productions. Please see my website for complete information.  I am creative, engaging, grounded in tradition but always thinking outside the box.  Expert notation using Sibelius software. Available year-round in SE Florida.


Andrea Gilbert
Saxophones, Clarinets, Flute & Piccolo

Available for:


Weddings • Church Orchestras • Receptions • Cocktail Hours  

Gallery Openings • Christmas Parties • Holiday Parties

Fundraisers • Corporate Events


Ms. Gilbert received a Master of Music in Saxophone Performance from the University of Texas, studying with Mr. Harvey Pittel, after receiving a Bachelor of Music and Anthropology from the University of California Irvine and spending two years abroad, one of those years studying at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (Glasgow, Scotland UK) and becoming an Associate of the Royal College of Music, London.


Today, Ms. Gilbert is often heard playing saxophones, clarinets, flute and piccolo - and sometimes keyboard - in many a regional theatrical production including “Sweeney Todd” (Slow Burn Theater) and the Carbonell award winning productions of  “Assassins” (Zoetic Stage) and “In the Heights” (Actors’ Playhouse).


Andrea Gilbert also partners with organist Mark Jones in “Classical Sax”, a duo of classical saxophone and organ music which entertainingly informs the audience about the saxophone family and demonstrates the beauty and versatility of the instrument.


Repertoire lists and audio samples available at www.andreagilbert.net

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