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Rick Snow
Rick has been playing guitar since the age of 7 and has personally experienced the benefits of both group and individual guitar instruction. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communications from West Chester University and a Computer Programming Degree from The Chubb Institute. Rick has also studied Music Therapy in the graduate program at Immaculata University. Rick has been teaching guitar for over 20 years and has had the honor and pleasure of seeing many of his beginner students become accomplished guitar players. He has also received PA Criminal Background and Child Abuse Clearances.

Rick opened the doors of Marchwood Music in September of 2010 to further pursue his love of music and teaching. Having grown up in a family of educators and musicians made this a natural next step for him. His approach to teaching involves the delicate balance of theory and technique mixed in with lots of FUN. He recognizes that the best way to get better at playing a musical instrument is through practice, and the best motivator for practice is allowing students to participate in song selection. The open space design in the Marchwood Music classroom allows for groups of various sizes to play, learn and grow together. Sing Along Sessions is another opportunity to use the space for exactly that with preschool children, who so often respond to music and playing instruments without hesitation.

Tricia Zuniga
Tricia Zuniga, MS, CCC/SLP-L is a Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist who has been working in the field of Early Intervention for the past 15 years. She received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communicative Disorders from West Chester University, PA and a Master of Science Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Loyola College , MD. Tricia holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA (The American Speech and Hearing Association), a PA Dept. of Education Certification for Speech and Hearing Impaired, and PA License in Speech Language Pathology. She has also received PA Criminal Background and Child Abuse Clearances.

Tricia has worked with children of all abilities in a variety of settings including Head Start, private preschools, daycare centers, and with families in their home and community environments. She has served on Multidisciplinary teams doing evaluations and treatment where she has learned many techniques from other disciplines which has allowed her to become a true Developmentalist- treating the whole child while supporting the parents/caregivers.

Tricia has been a musician since the age of 5; singing in choirs and playing the flute/ piccolo in concert band and marching band throughout her school years. She also enjoyed participating in community musical theater productions. Tricia enjoys incorporating music in speech therapy sessions with children and is excited to be partnering with Marchwood Music for the Sing Along program!