Who: Mark Henasey
What: Music Teaching Artist for Arts For The Schools
Community School Key Responsibilities: Teaching music curriculum and administering music student assessments.
What musical instruments does Mark Play: Bass, Guitar, Piano, Trumpet, Saxophone
Mark graduated with a Music Education degree from University of Massachusetts Amherst. He enjoys performing and teaching students of all ages. His teaching methods are diverse and oriented towards each student’s specific musical personality.
He spent nine years as a Faculty Instructor for the Summer Institute for the Gifted teaching music courses at Princeton University, UCLA, Drew University and Bryn Mawr College. He also worked as a high school music director for a private boarding school for seven years.
His original compositions have been featured on University of Princeton radio (WPRB 103.3) and his projects have opened for many international touring acts including Ween, The Wailers, Bernie Worrell (P-Funk and Talking Heads) and Vernon Reed (Living Color).
Arts For The Schools welcomes Mark and is glad to have him as a part of our wonderful teaching team!
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