Priscilla Faustini, born and raised in New Jersey, comes from a musical family of church musicians, singers and teachers. She is a recent graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, where she received a Bachelor of Music in Sacred Music. She began her musical journey at age six, taking piano lessons from her grandfather. Growing up, she was always involved in musical activities in school, church, community choirs and private lessons. During her high school years, she decided to study music at a higher level, and pursue a career as a musician. She has studied piano with Sándor Szabó, Lillian Livingston and Phyllis Lehrer. Her studies also include voice and choral music. As a member of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, she has performed with leading orchestras, including The Philadelphia Orchestra and New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. 

Priscilla enjoys teaching piano students of all ages, from elementary to adult. She wants to help them discover and experience the joy of making music. She is currently choir director and pianist at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church in Newark, New Jersey.