Biography

A gifted educator, Tony Bonjorno tailors a program for each of his students based on individual goals, musical taste and technical proficiency. 

As a professional performer, recording artist, and theatrical director, Tony strongly believes in the importance of performance to a musician’s growth. Thus, he offers a variety of performance opportunities from recitals to nightclub showcases. With programs designed for each individual, Tony appeals to a broad range of students from age 8 to 88.

Tony Bonjorno began his study of the violin at the age of 7 and started to study voice at age 11. At 15, he took his first professional gig, playing violin in the pit orchestra for a production of Annie Get Your Gun. He moved to Seattle and received his degree from the University of Washington. During his degree program, he started to teach violin. In 1998 he added “vocal coach” to his title.

In Seattle, Tony sang, wrote songs and played the electric with a number of bands including Margin of Error, Jerko Dokko, No Soap Rodeo and 6-6-9. His musical ability shines through his strong vocals, innovative songwriting and haunting violin melodies. With multiple recording and performing credits, Tony offers a depth of real-world knowledge to his students.

In 2008, Tony returned to Concord, New Hampshire and opened his new studio. He also teaches lessons in Manchester and Keene.