Bruno Mayoria is a dedicated teacher, performing musician and an enthusiastic advocate for music education. As a versatile musician, he has performed at various prominent venues such as Lincoln Center in New York and at West Side Presbyterian Church with the Ridgewood Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed in orchestras, bands, chamber settings and as a solo flutist. He currently plays with the Grainger Quintet, a woodwind quintet native to northern New Jersey.

As an educator, Bruno has successfully founded and organized different ensembles at the high school level. He is currently a band director in the Pequannock Township school district. He has had competitive success with high school marching bands and has successfully prepared private students for New Jersey Honor Band auditions. Bruno holds a Bachelors of Music in Music Education from William Paterson University, graduating cum laude and studied flute with the venerable Dr. Karen Demsey and Kristin Bacchiocchi-Stewart.

Bruno believes in fostering a love for music. Developing a thorough understanding of music is a core principle in his teaching. As a teacher, he caters to each student’s needs. He enjoys teaching and watching students grow as musicians and people.