Meet Our Teachers


Ron Jontof-Hutter

Born in South Africa, Ron pursued music studies and played with the National Symphony Orchestra of South Africa until migrating to Australia in 1988.  He has worked with many world acclaimed conductors and soloists, and often appeared on radio and TV.

Ron plays with various ensembles including Melbourne Opera, the Australian Doctors Orchestra, as well as with the Berlin-based World Doctors Orchestra, the London-based European Doctors Orchestra, the Schoeneberg Chamber Orchestra Berlin and other ensembles.



Onur Puza

As a famous guitarist in Turkey, Onur had spent 15 years teaching and guiding young musicians. He was the department coordinator in Yasar university and most of his students were accepted to music schools in Europe and USA with scholarship and became professional musicians


Alon Trigger

Over the years, Alon has created a highly diverse portfolio ranging from pieces for solo instruments and chamber works to pieces for a Capella choir, full orchestra and a Piano Concerto.

Alon holds B.Mus and M.Mus degrees in composition from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. Alon is a Ph.D. candidate in composition at the University of Melbourne.


Qamarul Rabbani


Josh Iglesias

Karolyni Da Vila

James Morrissey


Naomi Craig

Music has always been a huge part of Naomi’s life. Learning piano from age 4 and flute from age 9, she decided to peruse a career in music and studied a double major of music studies and specialist music studies at the University of Western Australia. It has now been 9 years that she has been teaching music. The advanced knowledge and great personality makes her one of the most popular teachers

Nooshin Faghan

Nooshin is a reputable composer and singer with exceptional qualifications and outstanding experiences in teaching music and education.

In the educational field, Nooshin has dedicated over 11 years of her life both locally (in Australia) and internationally to impact students (both children and adult) with quality musical knowledge on several scales/levels (beginners and professionals) and the profound use of musical instruments such as the piano. She teaches popular styles, which includes rock, pop, blues, jazz, classical, and contemporary regardless of a student’s language background.

She was the winner of the best vision in the Seven Deadly Sins Competition, for the Sin of Lust (A short movie) and was nominated for the best music video in martini awards for the Don’t Worry Girl music video.