Press Release: Sara Maniscalco Promoted to School Administrator

Posted at August 2, 2017 | By : | Categories : TBMA Faculty,TBMA News,TBMA Original Articles | 0 Comment

Wednesday, August 2, 2017—Tampa Bay Music Academy, Tampa’s premier music conservatory serving Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco County Florida, is pleased to announce that seasoned faculty member Sara Maniscalco has been promoted to the role of School Administrator.

She will serve alongside Executive Director, John Tracy, who said, “I am excited that Sara has accepted this important, strategic position in the future of our school.  She has proven to not only be a great teacher and musician, but also a very capable leader and team player.  I firmly believe that she will be a key part to the continued growth of our student body and will help us maintain our dedication to excellence in the educational product that we produce as a team.”

Sara’s new duties will include oversight of all studio scheduling, new student assimilation, and oversight of faculty and staff.

Please join the TBMA family in extending a well deserved congratulations to Sara Maniscalco!

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About Tampa Bay Music Academy
At Tampa Bay Music Academy, we’re passionate about music—and we want our students to share that passion too! Our music lessons are designed not only to develop skill, but also to inspire a love of music that will last a lifetime. As the area’s premier music conservatory serving Hillsborough, Pinellas, and Pasco County Florida, our program meets the highest standards of excellence. We believe that music is an important part of a balanced education and life and we strive to provide quality music instruction for our community. Offering a wide variety of choices for lessons and encompassing the culture of fine art, TBMA is suited to help you at your current age and skill level. It is our privilege to provide you with “Music for Life!” To learn more, please visit us at

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