Manny Arciniega  |  Creative Production Consultant

Arts for the Aging Teaching Artist Manny Arciniega presents percussion and healing movement workshops and is responsible for audio and visual production of pre-recorded material. He is faculty at Levine Music in Washington, D.C. and works regularly with the education programs at The Kreeger Museum. As a percussionist, Manny has appeared in numerous award-winning musical theatre productions in the Washington, D.C. area, including performances at Roundhouse Theatre, Olney Theatre Center, Constellation Theater Company, Arena Stage, and Keegan Theatre. He brings his expertise to Arts for the Aging from working with world-renowned performers and conductors, in the United States and abroad, in a variety of musical genres. Manny received his undergraduate degree in music education and theory composition from Texas Christian University and master of arts in timpani and percussion performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London.