Dan Gioioso

Dan Gioioso - Owner

Guitar, Bass

Dan Gioioso is not only the owner of Acton Music Center he is also an integral part of its faculty. Dan started his musical career under the tutelage of accomplished guitarist Joseph Cincotta. He launched his performing career at the age of 16 playing in clubs and concert venues.

Guillermo Ortiz

Guillermo Ortiz

Guitar, Bass, Piano

Composer, Performer, and Guitar, Bass and Piano Instructor. Guillermo released his latest CD "Stories From the Present" in February 2008. He has been a professional musician for over 10 years. Among his performances he has played for several TV shows, and performed at The Aztec Stadium in Mexico City.

Lou Lacava

Lou Lacava


Teaching Drum Set and Percussion at Acton Music since 1997, Lou has established a reputation as one of the area's finest and most in demand instructors. His unique teaching methods are designed to respond to the needs of each individual and effectively enable students of all ages, skill levels and goal sets to realize their potential in an environment that remains both challenging and fun.

Lou Lacava

Toby Stein

Saxophone, flute, clarinet, piano and trumpet

Toby graduated from Berklee College of Music where he studied sax, flute and clarinet with Joe Viola. He also studied piano with Charlie Banocos, saxophone with Bill Pierce, Bob Mover,and Donald Harrison.


Sara Bursey

Violin, Viola

Sara Bursey was born in North Carolina where she first started studying violin at the age of 6. Her first teacher, who taught using the Suzuki method, was Marcia Edwards. Beginning in middle school, Ms. Bursey starting playing viola as well as violin, and decided to concentrate on viola in her freshman year of high school.

Lou Lacava

Sabrina Tseng

Lou Lacava

Jon Charlton