Meet the Reverb Music Center instructors by selecting them from the navigation menu. All our instructors are available for instrumental and ensemble lessons (subject to availability). For more information about lessons, please refer to our schedule and Rates & Policies.

Chris Anzalone (Drums and Ensembles)

Chris AnzaloneBorn in Medford Ma, Chris Anzalone has been playing drums for 25 years. He began studying drums with Jazz Great Bob Gioullotti of “The Fringe” while still in his teens. By the mid nineties Chris began performing with a number of prominent Blues and R&B artists that include Toni Lynn Washington, Little Joe Cook, The Radio Kings, and The Woodburn Arena band. Currently Chris can be seen around Boston playing for Tim Gearan, David Johnston, Steve Mayone and many others.


Stuart Berk (Guitar, Bass and Ensembles)

Stuart Berk

Co-founder of Reverb Music Center, Stuart has been teaching privately for the past 8 years. He holds a bachelor of music from Berklee College of Music (1999), and since then he has toured with Averi (winners of a 2005 Boston Music Award) as well as with BNL, Guster, MB20 and many others including appearances on t.v. and radio. Stu can now be found performing with Kristin Cifelli among others.


Eliot Hunt (Guitar and Ensembles)

Eliot Hunt

Co-founder of Reverb Music Center and a graduate of Berklee College of music in 1999 with a bachelor of music, Eliot has been teaching throughout the Greater Boston area for the past 10 years. He has shared the stage with his former award winning band Chauncey (Boston Magazine - Best Rock Album, 2002, 4 time BMA nominee) opening for acts such as Guster, Midnight Oil, Supergrass, Dispatch, JET and many others. Currently he can be seen performing with Kristin Cifelli, Jordan Carp and Shadwell. Eliot has also performed on various t.v. and radio shows.


Chris Zembower (Bass and Home/Studio Recording)

Chris Zembower

Currently in pursuit of a Masters degree from New York University’s music technology program, Zembower holds a Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music, where he graduated cum laude in 2004 from a self-directed professional music curriculum. His chosen course of studies included an emphasis on audio engineering/production, bass performance and music business. Zembower’s performance career spans over 10 years and has granted him the opportunity to tour nationally and play in-studio with countless musicians across a variety of genres including The Everyday Visuals (Fiberline Audio/Warner Music Group), John Taylor (of The Jonas Brothers, Hollywood Records), Daniel Cage (MCA), The Great Bandini, The Quincy Symphony Orchestra, and Bleu (Aware/Columbia).


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