Elliott Moberly-LaChance

Elliott Moberly-LaChance has been playing guitar since the age of 3, with training and experience in both classical and jazz. Initially taught in the Suzuki method by David Madsen as a high schooler, Elliott was exposed to Jazz at The Artists’ Collective, studying with Rene McLean, the son of founder and alto saxophonist, Jackie McLean. During this time he also worked with Doug Maher.

Currently at Western Connecticut State University working towards a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies under the guidance of Christopher Morrison Elliott has worked in ensembles with various mentors including Andrew Beals and Dr. Jimmy Greene. Recently, Elliott has taken leadership of the WCSU Jazz Club and also works in the Connecticut jazz scene with his own quartet.