A composer and pianist, Sheridan Seyfried teaches music theory at Kohelet and coaches the school’s instrumental ensembles. Concurrently, he serves on the faculty at the Curtis Institute of Music. Mr. Seyfried, a Philadelphia native, has a Master’s Degree from the Manhattan School of Music, and an undergraduate degree from the Curtis Institute of Music, where he received the Alfredo Casella Award in Composition. His works, including orchestral, chamber, solo and film music, were performed by leading artists such as OPUS ONE, Ani Kavafian, and David Shifrin, and commissioned by organizations including Chamber Music Northwest. Mr. Seyfried served as an artist-in-residence for a consortium of New Jersey high schools, and is currently the Minister of Music at Grace Lutheran Church in Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania.