Voice Teacher / Tiffany Obi is a 19yr old soloist singing sensation who grew up in a christian musical family. She has been singing since she was 5yrs old, and studied at the Patricia F. Robinson Music Studio.Tiffany is a 6- Time winner at Apollo Theater's Amateur Night "Stars of tomorrow" segment, and was featured as one of the Child Stars of Tomorrow in the Apollo Theater's 2010 and 2011 Christmas Production of The "Stars of Tomorrow - Best of the Best" program. she has returned to be the gospel coach at the music school while attending college and teaching during the day. the music school is blessed to have her.

      Vladimir Tyagunov was born in 1989 in Temirtau (Kazakhstan). He studied at the Chelyabinsk State Academy of culture and arts (Russia) in the class of Honored Artist of Russia, professor Evgeny Levitan. In 2013 Vladimir graduated with Honors from the Academy. Later he continues his education in the class of professor Tamara Poddubnaya as an artist diploma of the  Long Island Conservatoire of music, which he had entered in 2014. Vladimir Tyagunov has gained good experience in performing solo and chamber concerts in many concert halls of Europe (Germany, Spain, Poland, Ukraine,  Russia) and of the United States of America.V. Tyagunov is active as a concert-giving pianist performing in several European  countries and the United States.

   Sade Cumberbatch is a SUNY Albany graduate with a love for teaching and playing the piano. Sade has been practicing playing the piano for about 14 years. She enjoys teaching piano on the weekends as well as being a teachers assistant on the weekdays. Sade has hopes of becoming a Speech Pathologist in the near future and will continue teaching piano to young children.

   ​John Carlos Feliciano is a multi instrumentalist who specializes in both the electric and the stand up basses. He grew up in New Hampshire and achieved a masters degree in jazz at The Purchase College Conservatory of Music (SUNY). John is also a versatile arranger and composer. He is a professor at The Patricia F Robinson Music Studio in Brooklyn where he teaches bass, guitar, piano, drums, music theory, ear training, jazz history, arranging, and composition.

Peterson Grosvenor Director/Photographer 

   Mr. Grosvenor has been the director of the Patricia F. Robinson Music Studio for almost 20 years. He functions as program director/ developer, recruiter, fundraiser, acting teacher as well as lending his skills as a professional photographer. having taken all of the photos on the website and much more. His continued is the Vice President of Muteor, Brooklyn branch of the National Association of Negro Musicians.

     ​Shaakura Taylor is a college student majoring in Human Services at Schenectady County Community College (SUNY). She has a strong passion for wanting to help everyone she comes across with. While  on leave from school she is kindly working as office assistant at the Patricia F. Robinson Music Studio. She uses her knowledge of social media to expand the name of the school. She also created a GoFundMe account for the school; and made the schools website . She also does Clerical Work to make the school runs smoothly. Shaakura looks forward to seeing the company go far. 

Carmen​ Stark / Volunteer Teacher

  Ms Stark is an extraordinary pianist. she has been playing for many years and has very kind professional style of teaching music. she volunteers as a clerk at the music school. 

Ms stark is a member of Muteor Brooklyn Branch Of The National Association of Negro Musicians.

MEET THE STAFF

String teacher/composer/arranger/conductor 

Don Groton Born in Durham, North Carolina. B.m. from the Cleveland Institute of Music Attended Brooklyn College and Long Island University in Brooklyn,New York. New York State license in Music Education as a music instrumental teacher. He enjoys teaching string instruments - violin, viola , cello and double bass.   

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