Matt Lundergan is a Suzuki Music Method trained music teacher who teaches guitar, bass, piano, drums and voice. He got his B.A. at Berklee College of Music in Boston and has 30 years of teaching experience. While in Boston, he studied Piano and Song Writing with both Craig Najjar and Charley Banacus. Before that, he studied Voice for three years at University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, with Dodi Protero, who now is on faculty at Juilliard. He also studied Voice with William Warfield, who played the original "Old Man River" on Broadway. While in Boston, Matt played Hand-Bells with the Boston Pops, with John Williams conducting. Because he was in Faneuil Hall's "Bells of Boston", he performed 6 days a week every November and December. Matt vividly remembers Mr. William's 4 words of instruction, "Hey you. Play louder." The show can still be seen on PBS, each Christmas. Matt played Piano for Williamstown Theater Festival's production La Ronde, in Williamstown Massachusetts. At that time, the theater company actors included James Naughton and the late Christopher Reeves.
- B.A. from Berklee College of Music;