Aaron Furry is a multi-instrumentalist and music educator working in the DMV, New York, and greater Harrisburg areas.
As a native of Pennsylvania, Aaron graduated with honors from Lebanon Valley College in 2019 with degrees in K-12 music education, saxophone performance, and business administration.
Throughout his collegiate career, Aaron studied saxophone under Thomas Strohman, clarinet/flute under Beverly Butts, cello under Frances Borowsky/Ai-Lin Hsieh, tuba under Jim Erdman, and piano under Eric Fung.
As an educator, Aaron is currently employed by Prince William County Schools as the director of orchestras at Parkside Middle School in Manassas, Virginia.
He conducts 4 orchestras and a group guitar class that totals over 300 students.
Aaron primarily performs as a pit musician in community, semi-professional, and professional productions across the Northeastern U.S.
While his specialty is woodwinds and cello, he also covers many keyboard and brass parts.
As of 2020, he has completed over 30 different musical productions, consisting of countless shows.
Additionally, he has performed with several classical and jazz ensembles, including the Manassas Symphony.
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