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Our Mission:

Mini Maestros Summer Music Academy is a summer music school invested in teaching young children how to play various instruments (piano or guitar) in addition to fostering in them a greater appreciation of the beauty of music. With talented musicians as their teachers, students begin their musical journey here at the Mini Maestros Academy, and can subsequently use their beginner knowledge as a stepping stone to more rigorous musical training during the year. As passionate musicians ourselves, we do whatever we can to give over our knowledge and love of music to our students. 

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Yehudis 
CEO, Piano Teacher

About

Yehudis Kundin is a rising senior at Manhattan High School for Girls. She is also extremely musically talented and has been playing piano for 10 years, since the age of 6, and clarinet for 8 years since the age of 8. Besides the personal enjoyment she gets from her music, she loves being able to use her talents to contribute to her community. She plays piano in yearly concerts for JASA (Jewish Association Serving the Aging), and she plays piano and clarinet for Starlet concerts by Odessa Society, (a non-profit corporation that facilitates socialization of immigrants over common interests with Odessa traditions.) She also participates in Concerts in Motion , an organization in which young musicians play music for older adults and hospitalized patients in the community. She heads her school band, organizing musical numbers to enhance school gatherings and engender school spirit. She began her teaching career in the summer of 2022, giving piano lessons to young children. Yehudis loves using her talents to share the beauty of music with others, and she is excited to spread her love of music to her students.

Avigail 
Guitar Teacher, Piano Teacher

About 

Avigail is a rising sophomore at Manhattan High School for Girls. She began her music schooling at the age of 5 with a music theory class and has had a lot of experience since then. She has been playing piano for 9 years and guitar for 4. She plays annual concerts for JASA (Jewish Association Serving the Aging), and Starlet concerts by Odessa Society (a non-profit corporation that facilitates socialization of immigrants over common interests with Odessa traditions.) Additionally, she volunteers for Concerts in Motion an organization in which young musicians play music for older adults and hospitalized patients in the community. She also practices the skill of performing by participating in small recitals for guitar and piano during the year. This past year Avigail has taken an AP music theory course to enrich her knowledge and improve her music theory skills. Avigail is also a member of her school band where she performs on guitar. Avigail is passionate about music, teaching, and sharing her passions with the world. 

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