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Jon Chosid has recorded and performed around Australia since the dark ages. He completed his Bachelor of Music at the Australian Institute of Music in 2006 and since then has been working as a teacher and studio engineer.


Jon's experience includes 6 years at St Leo's High School, teaching individually, ensemble and HSC accompaniment and group teaching at Mosman High. 

Jon is a multi-instrumentalist and currently plays in several original and covers bands.




Jeremy has been a music educator since 2012, teaching privately as well as setting up a music program at Green Square Behavioural School, giving kids from disadvantaged backgrounds an opportunity to express themselves through music.


Above all, Jeremy is passionate about using music to bring people together in creating and being a part of something

greater than themselves.




Toby has a widely varied resume; from playing guitar in cruise ship jazz bands to bass in heavy metal bands to keys in R&B wedding bands. Toby embraces Victor Wooten’s ideology of learning music as a language: first we learn some basic words, then phrases, and finally complete sentences and paragraphs, all the while improvising the way we do whilst having any basic conversation.


Toby teaches all styles of music and specialises in blues, jazz, and funk music. The instruments he tutors are contemporary/classical guitar, electric bass, ukulele, mandolin, piano, and drums, as well as general musicianship, composition, and jazz and classical harmony. He studied a Bachelor of Music at the Australian Institute of Music.

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