Nick Moreira is a guitarist and music educator from the southeastern New England area who is familiar with many different styles of music. While studying under Berklee and New England Conservatory professors Nick frequently performs at venues including Foxwoods, Fenway Park, Hard Rock Cafe in Boston, and Westport Rivers Vineyards. In addition to his performing experience Nick teaches his instrument in the community. He is dedicated to providing you with the very best experience and will not hesitate to accommodate any requests.
Michael Raposo is a multiple-woodwind instrumentalist and educator. He holds a Bachelors degree in Music Education from University of Hartford’s Hartt School of Music, and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Multiple Woodwind performance at New York University. He is an adjunct faculty member at NYU where he teaches undergraduate lessons and chamber ensembles. Raposo regularly performs in a variety of settings, including as a concert saxophonist, orchestral clarinetist, and several jazz, salsa, and theater pit orchestras. He had the privilege of playing the low reed chair for Aretha Franklin’s Birthday celebration at the Mohegan Sun Arena. With the Resurgam Quartet, Raposo won Hartt’s Paranov Concerto Competition (2016) and was a semifinalist at the 2016 and 2017 Fischoff Chamber music competition. Raposo has been featured as a concerto soloist with the Hartt Wind Ensemble (February 2016) and the Tri-County Symphonic Band (June 2016).
Emily is a vocalist and music educator from Southeastern Massachusetts. She has a deep passion for music and has studied voice, piano and music theory in great depth for many years of her life. Emily grew up enjoying many musical genres, but was most Inspired by the early jazz legends of the '40s and '50s. It is because of them she found her joy for singing. Her love of music led her to choose it as her major in college.
As a vocalist, Emily has studied, trained and performed in the styles of pop, rock, blues, folk, opera, jazz, celtic, country, and musical theater. Being able to sing a large assortment of vocal styles is extremely important to Emily and she has developed the knowledge and skills to perform for any audience.