Our Teachers



With more than 10 years of experience in music lessons, Albano's Music provides award-winning instruction to our students. Our team of instructors are motivated by their love of music and the passion to transfer their knowledge and skills to others so their creativity and talent can shine.

Owner - Lucas Albano

award winning Instruction

Piano - Sean Kim

Sean Sundo Kim began studying piano at the age of six in Korea.  After moving to the United States at age 13, his interest in music and teaching sparked as he met his music teacher in high school

Sean began his music career accompanying at his high school orchestra and choir as well as playing the keyboard in his church band  His passion for music led him to continue studying music in college and received his Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance at James Madison University.  During college years, his fine skills at accompanying and performing classical music earned him multiple scholarships every academic year.  In his junior year, Sean received a scholarship to study under Elizabeth Pridonoff at the Brevard Camp.

After graduating college, Sean has been performing in live bands for over 6 years in New York and Washington D.C.  Some of his notable performances include "Amateur Night (Finalist)" at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, New York and "Branding Korea" at the Melton Auditorium in Washington D.C.

Sean has been giving piano lessons for over eight years to a wide range of students with diverse backgrounds  Sean loves sharing his love and passion for music to his students and bringing joy to their daily lives through music!

Piano - Ryan Harris

I have been involved in the musical institution for my entire life and I'm currently pursuing my bachelors in music education and classical piano performance, all the while performing in different venues mainly in Southern California.  I have been shaping minds young and old in piano technique and music theory for the last eight years.  My first and foremost goal is to inspire a student to want to learn and thrive in their instrument.  If I can do this, my job along with theirs becomes that much easier.  I try and do this by heavily incorporating the music that they identify the most with while strengthening their technique with a classical foundation.  And, introduce a well-rounded set of incentives for each of their accomplishments.  I believe I am an ideal teacher for anyone just starting out, to those who are trying to continue from where they left off.