Our Team

Mike Piper

Mike has over twenty years of teaching experience as an early childhood piano instructor. He was a performing musician for over forty years with a background in pop, rock, rhythm and blues. Mike’s students have gone on to pursue music academically, professionally and for pure personal enjoyment.  

Will Piper

Will adds positive energy and enthusiasm to our music program. Based on his training, he uses a classical approach to teaching piano. Will's students excel due to his consistent encouragement and support. Will manages our star-studded music team and creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere in and out of the workplace.

Cole Holland

Cole Holland is a pianist, composer, producer, and music writer born and raised in the greater Seattle area. He earned his bachelor’s degree in composition from Cornish College of the Arts, with additional training from the Academy of Music Northwest and the Young Composer’s Workshop at Beneroya Hall. In his lessons, Cole aims to create a fun, personalized, and comfortable environment for students to further develop their passion and interest in music. 

Daniel Lennon

Daniel Lennon, seen touring around with project to project over the past several years has finally settled in Seattle where he is working and studying with some of the finest teachers in the Northwest. A student at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, he is finishing his studies at Cornish College of the Arts to expand is composition expertise. Daniel's approach to teaching is extremely flexible and shares his own real life experiences to make the students feel like any goal is possible.

Tom Scully

Tom Scully graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, where he studied Jazz Composition and Guitar.  Since then, he’s spent time playing/recording in multiple bands and projects, performing with free improvisers in Belgium, and has established himself as an active member of the jazz, rock, and avant-garde music scenes here in Seattle. Tom is passionate about promoting and exploring self-expression with his students, as well as encouraging a deeper understanding for art and the fundamentals of music.

Kristine Rominski

Kristine comes to Seattle with 4 years of private teaching experience at Hope Academy of Music and the Arts in Pittsburgh, PA.  There she maintained a full studio of over 30 private flute and beginning piano students. She also conducted and arranged music for the Hope Academy Flute Choir. Kristine continues her active performing schedule as flutist with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra, and performed in Pittsburgh with the Westmoreland Symphony, Incidental Chamber Players, and OvreArts Ensemble.

She holds a Master of Music from Carnegie Mellon University and Bachelor of Music from University of Wisconsin-Madison.


Adam Dopierala

Adam graduated from Central Washington University with a degree in Percussion Performance and graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Masters Degree in Orchestral Percussion Performance. He was also a member of the Northwest Boychoir for ten years where he received most of his musical training and professional experience. Although he specializes in percussion instruments ranging from drum set to timpani, Adam also plays the piano and enjoys teaching students of all ages. Adam is an active performer playing with Yakima Symphony Orchestra, Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra and is the Principal Percussionist for Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra and the Mid-Columbia Symphony Orchestra.

Nick Reynolds 

Nick Reynolds teaches choir and voice, with a special emphasis in multicultural musics. As a choral singer, he has performed across the world, most notably in Madrid, Carnegie Hall, and Benaroya Hall. Nick recently graduated with honors from the University of Washington in the spring with a BA in American Music Studies and American Ethnic Studies.