Our Teachers

All of our teachers are passionate about music and the development of children! They create a fun, informal, social setting that spurs engagement and supports each child's musical development.

photo Monica Moyers

Monica Moyers is a certified Music Together® teacher and mother of two: daughter Emily, age 18, and son Jordan, age 15. She has a B.A. in Psychology, has studied the guitar for over 15 years, and has ten years of dance training. She has done music enrichment activities at preschools, libraries, summer camps and elementary schools for 13 years.

Monica has recently focused on world drumming and has logged a total of 76 workshop hours, which has allowed her to lead drumming events in a variety of settings for music-making toddlers, seniors and every age in between!

Monica enjoys singing with the a cappella barbershop choir, "Heart of Long Island" chorus, a local chapter of Sweet Adelines International.

Heather Edwards-Wilson

Heather Edwards-Wilson is a registered Music Together® teacher. Prior to becoming a mother in 2012, Heather enjoyed working as an elementary school music teacher for six years. She is currently a choir director and teaches piano and singing from her home. She has a M.A. in Music Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, and also studied music education for her B.S. at NYU.

Some of Heather’s earliest memories include her mother singing lullabies and wake-up songs and her father leading sing-alongs with his guitar. She remembers how much music meant to her as a child and loves bringing that joy, fulfillment, and learning to other little ones

photo Tamara Gregorian

Tammy Gregorian is a registered Music Together® teacher. She has a degree in Early Childhood Education and is currently working as a preschool teacher for Stony Brook University Child Care center. She has taught Music and Art classes for Gymboree in East Northport and Drama Kids in Smithtown. Prior to that Tammy owned and operated her own group family day care for 12 years where music was always a big part of her program.

Tammy remembers the joy of making music from her earliest years. Her father would gather them around the camp fire and play his guitar while the family sang along. She believes deeply in sharing the gift of music with everyone from the youngest to the oldest - it is always worthwhile.

Kristen Orsini

Kristen Orsini is a Music Together® teacher, yoga instructor and teaching artist, & holds a BFA in Acting and a Masters in Special Education. She understands how essential movement is in in a child’s physical and cognitive development, as well as the importance of making music for “music’s sake.” Music and movement help children relate to themselves and their surroundings in a more efficient and confident way, inspiring deeper and more meaningful interactions within their communities. Kristen’s playfully energetic & engaging classes are focused on supporting the needs of each individual class to inspire music making there and at home in a fun and functional way.

photo Bobby Sexton

Growing up in a musical family, Bobby Sexton developed a strong commitment, love, and devotion to music. At age 12, he began studying at his grandfather's school, Sexton Music Studio, and began teaching at age 14. Bobby has taught and performed in many forums and various ensembles. His teaching studios in Port Washington and Nesconset continue to educate some of the areas top players.

His student base ranges from 5 to 80 years old, reinforcing his concept that a student is always ready to learn music and the valuable life skills that go along with it.