The IfCM Teaching Artists are integral to the running of education and performance initiatives, offering participants tuition and guidance in a range of disciplines and scenarios


The IfCM Teaching Artists

Click on the pictures to find our more about their teaching philosophy, current projects and role in IfCM.

Alistair Duncan - Trombone, Bass Trumpet

Alistair Duncan - Trombone, Bass Trumpet

Mike Kaupa - Trumpet, Electronics

Mike Kaupa - Trumpet, Electronics

Chris Teal - Drums

Chris Teal - Drums

Chris Ziemba - Piano

Chris Ziemba - Piano

Danny Ziemann - Bass

Danny Ziemann - Bass

Alexa Tarantino - Saxophone/Woodwinds

Alexa Tarantino - Saxophone/Woodwinds

Nick Finzer - Trombone

Nick Finzer - Trombone

Matthew Golombisky - Bass, Compositions, Electronics

Matthew Golombisky - Bass, Compositions, Electronics


Become a Teaching Artist

The IfCM Teaching Artist program helps turn ideas into projects and projects into relationships with students, teachers, and communities. Teaching Artists are eligible for fiscal sponsorship for grants under the IfCMs umbrella as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit and has access to a community of like-minded artists and IfCM sponsored projects.  Teaching Artists are required to submit at least one project each fiscal year.

We consider new Teaching Artists on a rolling basis--if you would like to become a Teaching Artist, fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you.

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