Blue Kazoo Music Productions
Moreno inherited his love and talent for music from his grandfather, father, and extended family. From the age of two, he started by strumming an open G on cavaquinho to accompany his father. He began taking piano, trombone, guitar, and bass lessons as a child and grew up performing in Oyster Bay and Nassau County bands.
After two years of traveling, he moved to New Orleans, where he studied Al Di Meola guitar technique and his favorite compositions, including Jobim, Tropicália, jazz, and rock pieces.
After living in New Orleans for five years and spending six months in Seattle studying alternate tunings, Moreno moved back to New York. He began teaching professionally and performing in various bands.
Having continued to teach ever since, he has gained experience with a wide variety of instruments and students with different musical goals. Moreno forms the lessons around the compositions that each student chooses to learn, enriching the student experience with theoretical analysis and explanation.
Moreno worked with Steve Morrill in 2018 to adapt a standard guitar into a baritone guitar, which he has since adopted as one of his main instruments.