Eric Mazonson received Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Boston University, where he studied piano with Anthony di Bonaventure. His chamber music coaches included Walter Trampler, Robert Marcellus, Leslie Parnas, Ralph Gomberg and Eugene Lehner. From 1979 to 1982, he was a member of the United States Military Academy Band at West Point, where he performed with the concert band and founded a piano-woodwind sextet, the Olympus Chamber Players, which toured throughout the Northeast. His extensive repertoire has been heard in many solo, chamber music and vocal recitals in the US, Canada and Europe. He has appeared as soloist with several orchestras, recently performing Mozart's Concerto in B-flat, K. 595, and Haydn's D Major Concerto with the South County Chamber Orchestra in Rhode Island, and Rhapsody in Blue with the Barton College/Wilson Symphony Orchestra in Wilson, SC, with whom he will perform again during the 20172018 season. Eric has been an adjunct faculty member of Bradford College, University of Rhode Island, Roger Williams University, Providence College and Moses Brown School. He was a coach with the Crittenden Opera Studio Workshops in Boston and Washington, D.C. for over twenty years. He currently teaches at the Pennfield School in Rhode Island and the Lexington Music School, and is music director at Calvary United Methodist Church in Middletown, RI.