Owners Nicole and Carl Eisman have been teaching for a combined 25 years. During this time they worked at many music schools, and rented rooms to teach privately throughout the North Shore area. In October 2021, they decided it was time to open the doors of All That Music Academy right in Stoneham center. It has been Nicole's dream since she was a teen in voice lessons herself, to one day own her own music school and with the support of Carl, she was able to make her dream a reality. Nicole and Carl do their best to make sure every student feels accepted and part of the All That Music Academy family.
Owner, Nicole Eisman is a Boston based, multi-instrumentalist with a focus on voice, piano and flute. She has been teaching professionally for over 10 years. She graduated from Regis College in 2010 with a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts for music and theatre and has been teaching ever since.
While at Regis, Nicole was the President of the Regis College Glee Club and Regis College Chamber Singers. During her time there, she arranged music for the groups, created recordings for all sections to practice with, composed original pieces of music, wrote and directed her own plays, organized recitals, and organized many collegiate choral music festivals such as the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) and Regis Rhythms.
Nicole has organized, toured, and sang all over Sicily and Barcelona. She has performed at La Sagrada Familia, Barcelona Cathedral, Monserrat, Duomo in Taormina, Valley of the Temples, Greek Ruins, Palermo, Mt. Etna, Via Teatro Greco, and many more.
Nicole has extensive knowledge in a cappella, and has been hosting her own independent a cappella ensembles for the last 5 years. She loves to have her groups sing songs ranging from classical, to oldies, to top 40s and finds arranging parts to fit her singers voices to be a fun challenge.
She also loves working with her students in the studio on their original songs. She enjoys helping them with melodies, harmonies and adlibs. She has students who have recorded albums, headlined their own shows, and gone on tours. Nicole also has been featured on songs that have almost one million streams on Spotify. She also has helped her students in preparing for auditions, talent shows and pageants. One of her students is currently Miss Massachusetts Outstanding Teen 2022 where she also won the talent portion of the competition after preparing with Nicole.
Teaching has been Nicole's passion since a very young age and her teaching methods have been heavily influenced by her past music mentors. She believes every student has a musical voice, and it is her job to help them find that voice. She tries to make every class fun, educational, and a safe place for students to explore their creativity. She wants all of her students to feel connected like a musical family.
Carl Eisman is a Boston based guitarist, composer, producer and educator originally from Rockford Illinois. After graduating Summa Cum Laude from the prestigious Berklee College Of Music, Carl began working as a performing musician in Boston and all over the United States. Carl has worked extensively as a sideman as well as a leader in many different genres from Jazz to Rock to Hip-Hop. Notable achievements include releasing 3 albums as the chief songwriter, guitarist and vocalist in the band Planet Radio. Carl has appeared on many records and singles as a songwriter, vocalist and guitar player and has performed with the world renown Boston Pops, Ledisi, Louis Cole, Peter Eldrige and Tierney Sutton. He has worked as musical director for many artists providing support for national acts such as Kendrick Lamar, Souljah Boy, Fabolous, Salt N Pepa, Nikka Costa and more. Recently Carl has released his debut record, “Heartbreak Hill”. Carl wrote, recorded and performed almost every bit of music on the album as well as designing the album art.
An extremely meaningful aspect of Carl’s musical journey has been that of an educator. Many of his students he has guided from beginner to the college level. Some reach professional levels of proficiency and actually go on to pursue music full time. Carl believes in creating a fun and supportive learning environment which leads to long term musical growth! In October of 2021, he and his wife Nicole opened All That Music Academy in Stoneham Ma offering music lessons for all instruments and welcoming all who have a desire to experience the joy of making music.
In addition to working at All That Music Academy, Carl is also a Professor at Berklee College Of Music in the Harmony Department, and he teaches guitar as a professor at Merrimack College in Andover, Ma.
Tyler Gaccione is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Boston, MA. As the artist ‘Gatch’ he has been nominated for two Boston Music Awards (Best New Artist 2021 and Best Vocalist 2020). Gatch regularly tours and has performed with artists ranging from Never Ending Fall to Sammy Rae & the Friends. Tyler also is an accomplished session player, with collaborations including Keyboard Dog, KAI, The Arcitype, and Rilla Force!
Tyler has studied piano, guitar, and voice with some of the finest teachers around and he is excited to share the joy of music with you!
Sonny Cornell is a local multi-instrumentalist/arranger currently at Berklee College of Music majoring in Film Scoring and Composition Writing and Production.
He has been playing piano and guitar for over 10 years. He has studied and performed various styles of music including Pop, Rock, Jazz, Classical, Latin, Brazilian and R&B.
Sonny believes that exploration is a wonderful means of learning and welcomes curiosity from all of his students.
Katelyn Lashley is a devoted and versatile musician. She graduated from Gordon College in the Class of 2022 with her Bachelor’s in Music. Additionally, she was awarded the Wood Memorial Scholarship for the Fine Arts at Gordon College. Since graduation, she has been teaching private lessons, working for the Worcester Youth Orchestras and performing with the Blackstone Valley String Quartet. Katelyn is a pop-improvisational violist, and she made her Spotify debut in 2021, recording with Jen Aldana on her song “Trust in You,” and performing with Jen at Soulfest in New Hampshire in August of 2021. As a young violist, she learned to love improvisation and it is something that she loves to incorporate into her teaching. Ever since her love for improvisation budded, it has grown into a fierce love for the art. Katelyn strives to help each of her students’ budding passion for music flourish in each lesson, while also setting each student up with the practical skills needed to be a proficient string musician. The greatest success she sees when teaching is when music becomes more than a skill to be learnt and turns into an expression of love for the art itself.
Mia O’Connell is a local multi-instrumentalist/arranger who graduated with a degree in Music and Neuroscience from Boston College. She was classically trained vocally from her professor through the Boston Conservatory and participated in an acapella group in college. Along with voice, she also plays viola and guitar. Her favorite genres are Pop, Rock, Jazz, Country, and R&B.
Mia taught voice lessons at Brighton High School and piano and “singing circle” classes for grades K-3 in the Boston Public School systems. She believes in the importance of music education for growing confidence and encourages each student to bring their personality to each piece that is learned.
Ryann Walsh Ryann is a multi-instrumentalist with a passion for all things music! Her experience in musical theatre, choir, a capella groups, and band ensembles fostered her love for singing. Along with voice, she plays guitar, piano, and ukulele. Contemporary genres including Rock, Pop, Jazz, and R&B are her favorite genres to play and listen to.
Ryann believes that music performance is therapeutic and builds life-long confidence! She aims to make learning music an exciting experience where students can feel they can truly express themselves.
Ludmila is based in Boston and is originally from Russia. She graduated from the College of Music in classical piano and the Moscow University of Culture with a bachelor's degree. Ludmila teaches in different styles such as classical, jazz, pop, and also helps students write their own music or songs by writing them into DAW.
In Russia, she performed with famous artists as a pianist and keyboard player. She took part in academic music competitions and won prizes. She also worked as a pianist and keyboard player in music schools, theaters and various musical ensembles. During her musical career she has released 3 albums and several singles. At the moment she plays in the band, where she performs her own music.
Over 10 years of teaching experience with children and adults. In her methodology, Mila (Liudmila, Luda) is based on an individual approach to each student, maintaining a friendly and cheerful atmosphere in the classroom
Yifei Zhou, a vocalist/ composer currently studies jazz voice performance at New England Conservatory. Her teachers include, Dominique Eade, Ken Schaphorst, Frank Carlberg, Henrique Eisenmann, Jerry Leake, Aubery Johnson. She also get instructions from the masters including Jason Moran, Sheila Jordan, Cecil McLroin Salvant, Tina May, Dave Holland, Joyce Moreno and Jen Shyu
Yifei has been a mentee of Women In Jazz Organization and mentored by Aubrey Johnson. Yifei is also a band leader who formed her own quartet locomotive to performed at Shanghai Bluenote. She performed at the Shanghai Jazz Festival, Shanghai Jz Club, Wooden Box, Wally’s, Celebration of Nat King Cole’s 100 Birthday Concert at Jordan Hall and Jacob Collier Djsess release Concert At MIT, Dave Holland’s music at Jordan Hall, and Jason Moran’s Residency Concert.
Yifei is interested in a variety of cultures, particularly Eastern cultures, such as dances, music, religious practices, languages, artwork, and history. She began composing music in her sophomore year, inspired by her curiosity in the world. Her creativity is affected not just by music, but also by a wide range of elements that have surrounded her since she was a youngster. She has collaborated with a variety of performers, including jazz and classical musicians, and she is now exploring new possibilities in her composition and improvisation by engaging with musicians from other musical backgrounds.
Yifei has taught students of all ages Voice, Ear Training, Theory, Vocal Ensembles, Improvisation, and Piano. Her teaching strategy aims to find each student's own personality and inspire them to express it via creativity and new interpretations of the music
Elijah is a Boston based multi-instrumentalist from Cincinnati, Ohio. They are currently in their senior year at Berklee College of Music studying Contemporary Writing and Music Production with a minor in Musical
With voice and piano as their primary instruments, Elijah’s background focuses heavily on musical theatre and classical vocal performance.
Their work includes:
-music directing for middle school and high school performances
-dance instruction for elementary and middle school theatre camps
-songwriting/arranging for theatre troops around the Boston area
-tutoring in tonal harmony and jazz harmony
Janine Antonellis is a Nashville based multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and artist from Boston, MA. Her roots are in classical repertoire, but she branched out into various contemporary styles when she was in high school, such as Pop, Rock, R&B and Jazz. Janine studied Contemporary Writing and Production and Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music. Some of her biggest influences or musical inspirations include John Legend, Emily King, Robert Glasper, Tori Amos, Hayley Williams, and so on.
When Janine isn’t teaching, she’s working on her own self titled music project and plans to release new music this year. She has been performing all over Boston and New England for the last 9 years. Her favorite part of teaching is sharing the excitement of music with her students and getting them excited to share the skill they’ve worked so hard to gain.
Nicholas L. Oliveira is a multi-instrumentalist from Fall River, MA. He has extensive experience in different genres including Gospel, Jazz, Rock, Indie, and Classical. His multi- instrumentalism and open, musical collaboration stems from his early start performing in the church. He was introduced to music making at an early age from his mother, a professional pianist having gotten her education at the Conservatorio de Musica de Goiania. She encouraged him to have fun with music and experiment with different instruments such as the guitar, piano,bass, and drums - and genres ranging from Bossa Nova to Classical music. Nicholas began his formal music education with Mario Medeiros (NEC, Berklee College of Music) where he took private guitar and drum lessons. He went on to continue his education at Gordon College pursuing a music degree and studying classical guitar with Dr. Robert Bekkers who helped expand and refine Nicholas’ musicianship by learning a vast repertoire covering everything from Bach and Scarlatti to 20th century masters such as Heitor Villa- Lobos and Leo Brouwer.
In 2019, he has had the opportunity to perform for Leo Brouwer at the Latin American Music Festival (Boston Classical Guitar Society) and be a part of the Boston Guitar Orchestra at several festivals in the New England area (including the 2019 Boston Guitarfest at Jordan Hall). He has also recorded and performed with Boston-based indie artist Gatch (BMA new artist of the year nominee, 2022) and participated in sessions for a variety of hip hop producers, some of whom include The Arcytype (whose credits include -Action Bronson and Royce da 5’9) and Atrocity Sounds (French Montana).
Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Brandon Harris is a 22-year-old singer-songwriter full of rhythm and soul whose voice and charm are eye-catching. His creative lyricism and impeccable musicality make him truly a one-of-a-kind artist. He found his love for music in the church at the age of 10, and has been writing and releasing his own material ever since. His artistry as a musician, singer, writer, and performer is influenced by artists such as Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Usher, and Beyoncé.
Though a recent Berklee College of Music graduate with a Professional Music degree, he has been working extremely hard while at the school. He has been in numerous shows in Berklee and around the Boston area. In his sophomore year of college, he released his album entitled SALT, which became a hit amongst the Berklee community, described by professors of the Music Production and Engineering department as "brilliant". Over the years he has been able to use his talents and travel to and perform in Hong Kong and Beijing, work with names such as Greg Phillinganes, Rob Lewis, and Alonzo Harris. Most recently, he dropped a new EP entitled TWENTYONE, along with a deluxe version of SALT entitled Extra Salt, available on all streaming platforms.
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