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    Mr. Michael A. Silvestri holds a Master of Arts for Teachers in Music Composition from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he also attained numerous doctoral credits in the DMA program in Music Education. He attended the University of Bridgeport, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Jersey City State College, in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and was inducted into Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. A music educator for twenty three years in the Madison and Roseland Public School districts, 17 years at Madison High School, Mr. Silvestri has arranged and composed numerous pieces for elementary, junior high, and high school orchestras in addition to arrangements and compositions for full orchestra, guitar ensemble, solo guitar, jazz ensemble, and SATB chorus. A guitarist since the age of six, he has performed professionally as a guitarist and vocalist for over twenty five years. In addition, he composed and performed a solo classical guitar piece “Remembrance” in the film “Jenny” by director John Travers that won the Academy Award for Best Student Film of 1986. Mr. Silvestri currently has guitar works published by Art of Sound Music Publishers.

    Mr. Michael A. Silvestri holds a Master of Arts for Teachers in Music Composition from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he also attained numerous doctoral credits in the DMA program in Music Education. He attended the University of Bridgeport, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Jersey City State College, in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and was inducted into Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. A music educator for twenty three years in the Madison and Roseland Public School districts, 17 years at Madison High School, Mr. Silvestri has arranged and composed numerous pieces for elementary, junior high, and high school orchestras in addition to arrangements and compositions for full orchestra, guitar ensemble, solo guitar, jazz ensemble, and SATB chorus. A guitarist since the age of six, he has performed professionally as a guitarist and vocalist for over twenty five years. In addition, he composed and performed a solo classical guitar piece “Remembrance” in the film “Jenny” by director John Travers that won the Academy Award for Best Student Film of 1986. Mr. Silvestri currently has guitar works published by Art of Sound Music Publishers.

    Mr. Michael A. Silvestri holds a Master of Arts for Teachers in Music Composition from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he also attained numerous doctoral credits in the DMA program in Music Education. He attended the University of Bridgeport, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Jersey City State College, in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and was inducted into Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. A music educator for twenty three years in the Madison and Roseland Public School districts, 17 years at Madison High School, Mr. Silvestri has arranged and composed numerous pieces for elementary, junior high, and high school orchestras in addition to arrangements and compositions for full orchestra, guitar ensemble, solo guitar, jazz ensemble, and SATB chorus. A guitarist since the age of six, he has performed professionally as a guitarist and vocalist for over twenty five years. In addition, he composed and performed a solo classical guitar piece “Remembrance” in the film “Jenny” by director John Travers that won the Academy Award for Best Student Film of 1986. Mr. Silvestri currently has guitar works published by Art of Sound Music Publishers.

    Mr. Michael A. Silvestri holds a Master of Arts for Teachers in Music Composition from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he also attained numerous doctoral credits in the DMA program in Music Education. He attended the University of Bridgeport, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Jersey City State College, in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and was inducted into Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. A music educator for twenty three years in the Madison and Roseland Public School districts, 17 years at Madison High School, Mr. Silvestri has arranged and composed numerous pieces for elementary, junior high, and high school orchestras in addition to arrangements and compositions for full orchestra, guitar ensemble, solo guitar, jazz ensemble, and SATB chorus. A guitarist since the age of six, he has performed professionally as a guitarist and vocalist for over twenty five years. In addition, he composed and performed a solo classical guitar piece “Remembrance” in the film “Jenny” by director John Travers that won the Academy Award for Best Student Film of 1986. Mr. Silvestri currently has guitar works published by Art of Sound Music Publishers.

     

    Mr. Michael A. Silvestri holds a Master of Arts for Teachers in Music Composition from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey where he also attained numerous credits in the Doctor of Musical Arts program in Music Education. He attended the University of Bridgeport, in Bridgeport, Connecticut and Jersey City State College, in Jersey City, New Jersey where he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and was inducted into Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. A music educator for 35 years in the Madison and Roseland Public School districts, with 28 years at Madison High School, Mr. Silvestri has arranged and composed numerous pieces for string orchestra, full orchestra, guitar ensemble, solo guitar, jazz ensemble, and SATB chorus. A guitarist since the age of 6, he performed professionally as a guitarist and vocalist for over 30 years. He composed and performed a solo classical guitar piece “Remembrance” in the film “Jenny” by director John Travers that won the Academy Award for Best Student Film of 1986.

    Mr. Silvestri has conducted the award-winning Madison High School Orchestra in numerous music festivals and public performances in Hershey, PA, Williamsburg, VA, Boston, MA, Washington, D.C., Orlando, FL and during the auditioned and prestigious National Youth Concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City in March of 2017. In 2018, the Madison High School String Orchestra brought home a first place award with a superior rating during the Music in the Parks Music Festival in Williamsburg, Virginia. The String Orchestra also won the Best Overall Orchestra Award at the festival! In addition to directing and conducting the MHS Orchestra and Guitar Ensemble, Mr. Silvestri has published his guitar ensemble arrangements at www.sheetmusicplus.com and www.artofsoundmusic.com. Mr. Silvestri also composed a piece for the New Jersey Honors Guitar Ensemble which was performed in May of 2017 at TCNJ.  

     

    Mr. Michael A. Silvestri holds a Master of Arts for Teachers in Music Composition from Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he also attained numerous doctoral credits in the DMA program in Music Education. He attended the University of Bridgeport, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and Jersey City State College, in Jersey City, New Jersey, where he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and was inducted into Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. A music educator for twenty three years in the Madison and Roseland Public School districts, 17 years at Madison High School, Mr. Silvestri has arranged and composed numerous pieces for elementary, junior high, and high school orchestras in addition to arrangements and compositions for full orchestra, guitar ensemble, solo guitar, jazz ensemble, and SATB chorus. A guitarist since the age of six, he has performed professionally as a guitarist and vocalist for over twenty five years. In addition, he composed and performed a solo classical guitar piece “Remembrance” in the film “Jenny” by director John Travers that won the Academy Award for Best Student Film of 1986. Mr. Silvestri currently has guitar works published by Art of Sound Music Publishers.

Last Modified on August 11, 2019