Los Angeles Clarinet Teachers
Kerry Cobuccio (b.1980) has always had an interest in the arts, growing up playing in bands, orchestras, and choirs as a child. She also had a love for computers and technology, nurtured by her computer programming father. Classically trained, she received a bachelor's degree in music theory from the University of New Hampshire, a bachelor’s in Audio Production from the Art Institute of California, Los Angeles, and a master’s degree in music composition from the University of Minnesota. She studied clarinet with Dave Seiler and John Anderson, and studied composition with Michael Annicchiarico, Andrew Boysen jr, and Judith Lang Zaimont.
Kerry has taught clarinet, music theory, composition and general music in the Manchester Schools (New Hampshire), University of New Hampshire’s Summer Youth Music School, University of Minnesota, and Schoolcraft College (Michigan). She has also volunteered with the group PIECES and Girl Scouts Greater Los Angeles in collaboration with Women in Gaming International teaching girls about game design.