Giuliano’s School of Music is proud to offer top-quality music lessons to the Norwalk and Stamford, CT area. They are highly trained performers and teachers. Our highly-motivated and accredited instructors teach all styles of music while educating our students with the necessary fundamentals they will need to play and enjoy music for the rest of their lives. It’s all about uniting the practical with the joy of creating.

Since 1975, Giuliano’s has given thousands of students the gift of musical accomplishment with the finest in music lessons. While many of our students will simply enjoy the pleasure of playing with confidence , some of our students have and will continue to go on to be much more. Many have gone on to be professional musicians, actors, school band and choir directors, and even Giuliano’s School of Music instructors.

Teachers at Giuliano's School of Music


STRINGS:  Jillian Narayan

Jillian Narayan hails from New York City where she began her musical career as a teenager, playing in Borowide Orchestra, the Steven Joseph Orchestra, and Citywide Orchestra; performing in Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, and Lincoln Center. Later she studied with teachers of the Juilliard School and Manus School of Music. She studied with Joy Kane at the Dalcroze School of music and went on to play in the notable NYC Fringe Festival as well as to be the Principal Bassist in the American Mozart Orchestra. She has devoted over 20 years studying the cello and bass, with a new focus on the viola.
Jillian is also passionate about Medieval Literature and Linguistics, and obtained a Bachelor's Degree with a focus on medieval studies from Queens College, as well as a MBA from the University of Bridgeport
BAND, PIANO, & STRINGS:  Nanette Jordan

Nanette Jordan recieved her undergraduate degree at Gettysburg College and post graduate studies at Western Connecticut State University, Central, Hartt & NYIT. She has studied with: Judith Ormond, Mary Woodward, Sarah Landgren, and Dr. Michael Mennon on flute; Dr. Michael Matsinko on piano; Dr. Kermit Finstad on voice; Dr. Robert Zellner on brass; Dr. Russel Getz on music education; and Dr. Norman Nunamaker on strings. She has a teacher’s certification in both New York and CT with over three decades of teaching music in public schools in PA, SD, NY and CT.  
GUITAR AND BASS:Christian Hanley

Christian has been playing guitar and bass for 34 years. Initially self-taught, he quickly realized that to reach his ambitious goals he needed to learn theory, technique and composition. He has been uniting musicians throughout the area for years, and for good reason. His students come back to him time and again. Christian’s teaching theory is simple: Teach what the students love. The songs they love. And teach the way he would have liked to be taught.

PIANO, GUITAR, & VOICE: Fred Siebelts

Fred is a true piano prodigy, beginning his immersion at the age of 5. He is the son of artists, who nurtured his desire to unite the world through music. A natural instructor, he studied music and composition at the Hart School of Music with jazz legends Jackie McLean and Jackie Byard. Fred also went to the Trinity Repertory Conservatory theater school where he studied music composition for plays. He started teaching music early – to cover for his instructors when they toured.

PIANO & VOICE:  Michele Ferrara

Soprano, Michelle Ferrara has recently won top prizes at The Oratorio Society of New York, The Art Song Preservation Society, The American Protégé Competition and won a private coaching with renowned Juilliard Coach, Thomas Grubb. As an active singer in New York City, Ms. Ferrara has been invited to audition for the Metropolitan Opera Chorus as well as been hired to sing for numerous Composer’s Voice Concert Series; a program that promotes new music by living composers as well as participating in Make Music New York, a city wide music celebration with many instrumentalists and vocalists performing in various venues throughout Manhattan. Ms. Ferrara’s upcoming projects include performances with the New York based company, Opera Collective and will sing a myriad of roles in Vocal Productions NYC’s upcoming season.

STRINGS & PIANO: Celine Boulben

Celine has united music and musicians globally, having been trained in Romania, France, and Israel. She holds a Bachelor of Music from Bucharest National University of Music, and has taught strings and piano in Manhattan, Paris, Connecticut, and Bucharest. She is fluent in English, French, and Romanian.
DRUMS & PERCUSSON:  Hans Broeking

A graduate of UCONN School of Music, Hans has been active throughout Connecticut for the last 20+ years, uniting musicians teaching drums and playing with bands and orchestras. His range has included rock, funk, Latin, and jazz. He has instructed marching band programs including Darien, Bethel, and Newtown high schools. Additionally, Hans has been an active performer in theatrical music with Stamford’s Curtain Call Theater, Westport Country Playhouse, Wilton Playhouse and more.


Bill is a professional teaching and session drummer, and vocalist, uniting technique, sound, and expression. He played drums on Vicki Sue Robinson’s iconic “Turn the Beat Around,” and continues to play with the Tomorrow Band. He studied jazz and rock drumming with Alan Dawson and Joe Corsata, two of the best drum teachers for professionals on the east coast. Bill was also a charter drum instructor at the original Stamford Music Program under the mentorship of then senator Anthony Truglia.

WOODWINDS: Bennett Mazzola

Bennett has been playing and teaching clarinet, flute, & soprano, tenor, and baritone saxophone professionally for decades. He unites the musicians, having taught all those instruments to students from 6 to 91. He is driven by diversity and sharing his musical wisdom. Bennett has successfully prepared Fairfield County student for Western Regionals for over 10 years. Today, he still plays professionally with jazz bands & combos, orchestras, and funk bands.

GUITAR: Mike Milazzo

A lifelong musician, Mike teaches guitar, mandolin, ukulele and other string instruments. An accomplished singer-songwriter, he unites acoustic and electric string instruments for a raw yet heartfelt sound. He has shared his skills with both emerging and established artists, including Donovan, Richie Havens, and Rock Hall of Fame drummer/vocalist Levon Helm from The Band.

GUITAR & BASS:  Todd Schneider

Todd has been successfully teaching, creating joy, and uniting musicians since 1981. He’s played guitar professionally all over the world, from Alaska to Europe to Brazil. Todd has accompanied such notables as Marion Meadows, the Gil Evans Orchestra and virtuoso drummer Kenwood Dennard. Additionally, he has played seminal venues including Sweet Basil and the Shubert in Manhattan, as well as Oakdake and Palace Theaters.

VOICE:  David Eiduks

David is a New York based singer and actor, who teaches and coaches singers in Manhattan and Connecticut. He studied with opera singer/ European Music Theatre Star Rebecca Sherburn-Bly in the graduate Opera program at The University of Missouri. At Boston University, where David obtained his BFA in Acting, he began studying voice with his vocal mentor -  New York Metropolitan Opera and Broadway veteran Claudia Catania. As a singer David has been a soloist at such venues as: The Kansas City Symphony, and many other national benefit concerts -  from The American Cancer Society to The Hurricane Katrina Disaster Fund. He is a true believer in unity through music.


Scott has been studying, playing bass, and uniting various music forms since the age of ten.  He trained with Paul Adamy and Todd Coolman at the SUNY Purchase.  Scott received his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance from the Manhattan School of Music. While attending MSM, Scott performed with the jazz ensemble Light Streams, with Jeff Franzel and Jerry Dodgion, world-renowned saxophonist. He has created background music for television series Nurse Jackie and Breaking Bad.

PIANO & VOICE: Andrew Morrisey

Andrew unites the musicians with piano and voice. For such a young guy, his experience is rich in musical theater, having studied and performed at Manhattan’s Circle in the Square and Yale University after received his honors degree in music from Ontario’s prestigious Sheridan College.

He also has deep experience teaching music theory and musical theater day camps working on vocal technique, songs, and dance for students of all ages.

Andrew is committed to helping people unite the world through music.


Kenny has over three decades of performing, recording, and teaching experience. He has worked with some of the best in jazz, rock and blues.  He has been a recording artist for several Sony labels, and has accompanied Buddy Rich, Elvin Jones, Sinead O’Connor, and many others.  Kenny’s session work and teaching experience has taught him the significance of uniting musicians, and the world, through musical collaboration.
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