Anthony Aviguetero is a part-time faculty member currently teaching music composition. He has previously taught Enjoyment of Music with the Department of Music since 2012. He is an active pianist and music teacher, frequently giving private piano recitals. He was invited to perform in the LMU Alumni Recital, in addition to the Faculty Recital, performing the Rachmaninoff Sonata for Piano and Cello. He has performed as a soloist on stage, including the Wilshire Ebell Theater, and the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. His teachers include Paul Van Ness, and fellow faculty member, Dr. Tania Fleischer.
Before joining the faculty at LMU, Mr. Aviguetero was a teacher at Manual Arts High School in South Central Los Angeles, teaching various levels of mathematics, including AP Calculus AB. He also has been managing a studio of private piano students from beginning to advanced levels. Many of his beginning students have stayed with Mr. Aviguetero for several years, and have applied or gone on to major universities with a desire to continue studying music. Mr. Aviguetero received his B.S. in Civil Engineering and B.A. in Piano Pedagogy from LMU in 1998, and his M.M. in Piano Performance from CSULA in 2005. He has also studied at the Goethe Institute in Munich and Berlin, in addition to completing his teaching credential in 2008.
Loyola Marymount University: B.A., Music Pedagogy 1998
California State University, Los Angeles: M.M., Music Performance 2005
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