Sharon Majeske Chari attended the Cleveland Institute of Music and Case Western Reserve University and earned a Performance Major in Piano and a Bachelor of Music Degree. She has taught piano both in the US and abroad including India, Costa Rica, and Israel. Among her many musical accomplishments she accompanied The Georgia Cello Society Master Classes with noted cellist Yo Yo Ma; conducted the musical Man of La Mancha in Jerusalem, Israel; and has taught piano in a variety of schools in Georgia, Ohio, South Carolina, and Pennsylvania.
Eriko Ishikawa received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Piano Performance from Tokyo College of Music and a Master of Arts degree from Arizona State University. A concert pianist, Ms. Ishikawa has performed chamber music with members of Japan Philharmonic Orchestra (under direction of Seiji Ozawa), and has performed extensively in the United States, Japan, and Europe. She is a certified Suzuki and Yamaha instructor and she is also a published composer. Her students regularly win local and state level competitions. She currently teaches piano to students from 3 to 83 years old.
Misha V. Stefanuk is an award winning Russian American jazz and classical pianist and organist and composer with a Masters of Music from Boston University and BM degrees from Belmont University, Moscow Conservatory School and Moscow College of Improvised Music. Misha has published over 25 books including 100 Easy Piano Classics on sheetmusicplus.com, and Jazz Piano Chords by Mel Bay Publications and wrote music for over 100 TV shows. He teaches students of all ages and skill levels.