Nelson Hall, assistant professor of music at Florida Memorial University, teaches piano, voice, and theory and conducts the University Chamber Singers. In addition, he has worked with a variety of music professionals, including Nestor Torres, Bobby McFerrin, Paul Posnak, Josh Groban, Andre Crouch, Sandi Patti, and Clifton Davis. Hall received a bachelor of arts degree in music from Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Maryland. He earned a master’s degree in music and a doctorate in musical arts from the University of Miami. Hall was born in Marianao, Cuba.
Virtuoso Afro-Cuban pianist Felix Spengler was born on March 17, 1960, in La Habana, Cuba to Noemi and Felix Spengler, Sr. He has two siblings and began his musical career at 4, studying violin in Cuba with violinist Alfredo Muñoz and later with Misha Vitenson … Read MoreFelix Spengler (1960- )