About Link Rossano
Link Rossano has an extensive list of experience with both teaching and performing music, including volunteer work teaching students of all ages as well as performing in various ensembles for artists like Michael Gayle and Lisa Vroman. Primarily a flutist, he began playing in 2008. Since then, he has honed his skills in flute and expanded his expertise to include piccolo, alto saxophone, and clarinet.
He harbors a particular interest in performing musical theatre scores in a pit setting. He has played for shows including Sweeney Todd and Phantom of the Opera. His experience in teaching music includes Island Trees School District’s Summer Music Program, in which he taught small classes of students of various ages how to play various instruments. The program also included numerous ensembles in which Link both performed and showed leadership in.
He has been involved with LIU Post since 2015, when he began taking lessons with Dr. Susan Deaver. He has performed in LIU Post’s Tilles Band Festival numerous times and graduated from the university in 2021 with a Bachelor’s degree in Music.
Link is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s in Geographic Information Systems at Farmingdale State College, as well as making music in a Long Island-based band called The Going Rate.
His work in administrative positions is vast, including secretarial work for the Island Trees Summer Music program as well as the Pierrot Chamber Festival, e-board positions for various clubs and societies including Tri-M, Environmental Club, and more. Link finds comfort in (and has a natural knack for) organization of information both digitally and physically. His knowledge of computers, including countless digital programs including Microsoft Office and its extensions, Google applications, and more, allow him to organize information efficiently and coherently.