Sean Brogan is an Orlando, Florida based composer and musician with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Composition. He has written and played music for more than half of his life. He has studied under Samuel Mills , Dr. Eladio Scharron, and Dr. Alexander Burtzos.
Sean found a love for music around 8 years old and picked up guitar 4 years later. He plays and teaches both classical and electric guitar, as well as piano and loves diving into the variety of styles on all three instruments. He started writing music around his sophomore year of high school and went on to purse music composition at the University of Central Florida.
Sean has written music for the UCF Symphonic Orchestra and has had his music played at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. He has played music from as far back as the Baroque and Romantic period and has played guitar music from a variety of different countries including Brazil, Chile, Peru, Puerto Rico, Italy, and Japan. He is also fluent in more modern guitar and musical styles like folk and hardcore punk.
Sean has taught music both online and in person. He has taught a variety of age groups, from 3 years old to adults learning an instrument for the first time.
His approach to teaching stems from his love for composing. By breaking down the music so that students can understand more than just the surface level, the learning process becomes less intimidating, much more enjoyable, and allows for more realistic progress. Looking at music on both the macro and micro level makes it is easier to find passion in the process and work towards achieving each student's individual goals.