Mr. Tint is an American classical guitarist and music educator.
Mr. Tint has a diverse educational background. He studied music education, choral pedagogy and classical guitar at Central Connecticut State University. After his undergraduate degree, Mr. Tint went to the legendary University of Hartford to obtain his masters in guitar performance under the instruction of Christopher Ladd and Richard Provost.
Mr. Tint has been involved in several world premiers and special events, including Dusty Grooves by Clarice Assad and A Growing Absence by Lisa Coons. Mr. Tint played for birthday celebrations hosted at the University of Hartford for Leo Brouwer and Andrew York. Mr. Tint was also a judge for the New Horizons guitar competition in 2018.
As a teacher, Mr. Tint taught all styles of guitar around the Central Connecticut area and is now teaching music in a public school, as well as recording and performing regularly.