• Welcome to Mr. Buglio's Webpage
     
    Google Classroom Codes for HS Choirs 2020-2021:
    Jazz Chorale: vocifbq
    Concert Choir:gnv542f
     

     

    Congratulations to the Class of 2020! Unfortunately it was a disappointing finish to your career at Tamaqua High School due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but I wanted to thank you for all of your contributions to the Jazz Chorale and Concert Choir over the years! We would not have been as successful as we have been without each and every one of you. So, thank you Class of 2020! We will miss you! Best wishes!

    Always,

    Mr. B 

     

     My Funny Valentine - J. Buglio (solo piano)

     

    "Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated failures. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent."

    Calvin Coolidge

     
     
    TAHS Graduation 2015 JC Christmas 2018
    Photo: L-R; Claire Lewis, Sarah Martinez, Olivia Lattanzi, Mr. B., Talia Lewis, Emily Barrett and Kipp Tonkin. (JC Officers 2018-2019) 
     

     

    Mr. Buglio has been a member of the Tamaqua High School faculty since 1991. Mr. Buglio currently teaches Music Theory I & II as well as serve as the choir director for the school's Concert Choir and Jazz & Concert Chorale. 

    He splits his day between Tamaqua High School and Tamaqua Middle School where he serves as the general music teacher for 7th & 8th grade as well as the middle school choral director.

    Mr. Buglio is a graduate of West Chester University and has done extensive graduate studies at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

    He recently studied jazz piano with the late Jimmy Amadie of Philadelphia. Mr. Amadie boasted playing credentials with legendary jazz performers such as  saxophonist great Coleman Hawkins,trumpet legend Red Rodney, big band leader Woody Hermann, and the late great jazz vocalists Mel Torme.