Piano and Jazz Piano

Teaching Pianists of all ages and experience levels, focusing on Classical or Jazz Studies.

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Scott Drackley

Scott Drackley, the Founder of Penn Square Music Conservatory has his BA in Piano Performance from Lebanon Valley College and his MM from the Catholic University of America with a double major in Piano Performance and Vocal Accompanying and Opera Coaching. Mr. Drackley specializes in working with intermediate to advanced students, adults, and pianists who have discomfort or an injury from playing.

Alan Dynin

Alan Dynin has taught piano and music for over 25 years, and has taught over 30,000 lessons. He has taught students from ages 4 to 78, from complete beginner to advanced, and he plays and teaches all genres : classical, blues and jazz, pop and more. Alan is both the service and choir pianist for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lancaster.

As a musician, Alan has been a repeat featured performer for The Atlanta Symphony Associates, The North Carolina Jazz and World Music Society, The Circular Congregation ( Charleston) Jazz Vespers Series, The Marcus Jewish Center of Atlanta’s Performance Series ( featuring Tribute Concerts to Dave Brubeck and The Beatles), and many other series. His new piece Summer Suite for Piano and Flute was premiered as part of the Community Music School’s ( in Trappe, Pa) Thirtieth Anniversary Celebration. In 2024 so far Alan has put on a 12 song Chopin Concert and has been tapped to give a lecture and performance in March around the subject of Jazz History, as part of the Walters Lecture Series held at the Lancaster Unitarian Congregation.

Ashley Oros

Ashley Oros graduated with her Master of Music in Flute Performance at Temple University- Boyer College of Music in 2022. She earned her Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance also from Temple. At Temple, Ashley performed as Principal Flute with the Temple Symphony Orchestra, as well as with the Opera Orchestra, Composers Orchestra, Contemporary Ensemble, Concert Orchestra and Wind Symphony. She has also substituted with several orchestras in the area, including the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra. Before moving to the United States to attend college, Ashley performed with several Santiago, Chile area youth orchestras. She has performed solos and participated in festivals in the United States, France, Italy, Chile, Argentina and Brazil. An enthusiastic and dedicated teacher, Ashley teaches privately in the Philadelphia, West Chester, Lancaster and surrounding areas. She is also on faculty as flute instructor and the Temple University Music Preparatory division. Ashley has been teaching flute since 2010 and has taught piano since 2018. She is an advocate of the Alexander Technique and incorporates it into her lessons; she is working on becoming certified in the near future. She loves learning from her students and watching them grow as they make music an important part of life. 

Pomice Stoltzfus

Pomice Stoltzfus has a BS in Music from Temple University and a MM in Composition from Peabody Conservatory, Johns Hopkins. Her compositions have been performed in the Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Lancaster Areas. She has been teaching Composition, Music Theory, and Piano Performance for thirty plus years. She taught at the Lancaster Conservatory, State Street Studio and Harrisburg Area Community College. Her experience has allowed her to develop clear teaching strategies that afford students to retain and apply compositional technique in a wide range of styles (modern classical to songwriting).

Zachary Veilleux

Zachary Veilleux is a local musician, composer and educator. His exploration into the world of sound began in the womb and continued, formally, ten years later with piano lessons, followed by guitar studies and experiments with sound collage (still an obsession). Zachary’s formal musical education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree from Millersville University as well as graduate credits in composition from West Chester University. Zachary has had eighteen years’ teaching experience through private piano and guitar lessons. He also taught music for five years at St. Leo the Great Elementary School. As an educator Zachary seeks to facilitate the intuitive experience of music as a language.