Victoria Consalvo has had an interest in music since the age of three. Learning how to compose some of her favorite songs on the piano at the age of five, along with already having an interest in singing, was her way to happiness. Aside from being part of glee club in her early years of school, she furthered her education at Forest Hills High School, where she auditioned for their music program and later was selected to be a member of the school's concert choir. Today you’ll find Victoria continuing her education, hopefully in the near future at Baruch College where she plans to major in Music Management Enterprises.
Music Director, Singing Teacher, Piano Teacher, Rookies Teacher
Nicholas is a musical theater performer, singer, and dual degree graduate from Berklee College of Music in Music Education and Songwriting (minor in Musical Theater Writing). He started studying vocal performance in his pre-collegiate years, and has continued exploring vocal styles including classical, musical theater, rock, pop, jazz, and punk rock. Nick has performed classically in performance venues including Berklee Performance Center (Sweeney Todd, West Side Story), and Symphony Hall (MMEA All State Chorus 2013, Final Fantasy Tour 2015, Lord of the Rings In Concert 2016). Nick has experience in the dueling piano bar circuit and has performed for the dueling piano rock show "Howl at the Moon Piano Bar" for 5 years in Boston, MA and Foxboro MA; where he sang the vocal stylings of repertoire that ranged from Queen, Adam Lambert, Shawn Mendez, Frankie Valli, Green Day and Panic at the Disco. He recently debuted his Back-Up vocal arrangements at Rockers on Broadway, 2019. He most recently debuted in New York Theater at the New York Theater's Winter Festival, where he participated in a multi-award winning show "The Circle of Eyes" where he played a leading role. Nick has worked for School of Rock in the past (Natick, MA), and is thrilled to be a part of the School of Rock Queens team!
Guitar Teacher, Bass Teacher
Elijah Klein is a singer, songwriter and guitarist based in New York City. Originally from Marlboro, NJ, Elijah came to New York City to study music at The New School of Jazz. It is at the New School where Elijah developed his love and skill for songwriting.
Elijah has been plying guitar in the band Mojohand since its inception in 2016, and has been the primary singer and songwriter of the band since 2019. Mojohand has released 9 singles, their debut album, “Songbook” and played well over 100 shows all around the country since 2018 both as headliners and openers for national acts like Oteil Burbridge, Whitey Morgan, Jesse Daniel, and Taz Neideraur.
Show Director, Drum Teacher
Aaron Giovannetti is from Brooklyn, New York. He started playing drums when he was 12 years old, and has been teaching for over 8 years. During his growth as a drummer, for the next several years he participated in both middle school and high school band, along with taking private lessons at home. During his private lessons, he learned how to play all types of musical genres spanning from rock and metal, to even jazz and latin music. Learning all these different musical styles as well as learning how to play in a school band helped shape me into the musician he is today. Shortly after high school he received a music scholarship to Muhlenberg College, where he studied music education. He was involved in the jazz ensemble and had the opportunity to play with local musicians at a young age.
As a school of rock drum instructor, he is comfortable teaching students of all age levels music theory, beginner to advanced drum grooves and fills, and insight into how they can become a more proficient, versatile and successful musician. Along with teaching, Aaron has worked with multiple bands in New York and played at a variety of venues such as The Knitting Factory, The Mercury Lounge, Bowery Electric, Berlin Under, Queens Brewery, The Chance Theater and The Hideout. Over the last year he became a member of the band Her Dark Heaven, while also continuing to work as a full time drum instructor and show director at School of Rock.
Guitar Teacher, Bass Teacher, Drum Teacher
A hard-hitting and charismatic multi-instrumentalist, Zach is a native Brooklynite with over fifteen years of experience as a music educator. Intrigued and inspired from a very young age, he has been passionately invested in musical performance since age 11 and in teaching music since age 22. As a performing artist Zach has over 500 shows and 5 years of national touring under his belt, sharing stages with many acts including Three Doors Down, Eve 6, Third Eye Blind, and Fastball. His work has been licensed on networks such as MTV, ESPN, Oxygen, and TRU TV. He’s currently an endorsed artist/educator, and an active member of funk rock band the DIligent Delinquents, as well as rock band The Sonic Bullet and blues rock band Brewster Moonface.
Mark Chenoweth has been playing drums for over 20 years and teaching for five. He has played in a variety of musical contexts including progressive rock and metal, jazz, pop rock, gospel, and blues. His two favorite bands are The Beatles and (Portnoy era) Dream Theater, indicative of his wide-ranging musical interests. For the first ten years of playing, he studied with his high school and college drum instructors as well as Jason Edwards, the prolific performer, Modern Drummer columnist and President of ProLogix percussion and pads. Mark’s passion as an instructor is getting his students to become well-rounded performers and have a blast in any musical genre they desire. One of his greatest pleasures in life is watching the transformation that takes place as his students fall in love with music while blossoming into accomplished musicians.