Kazemde teaches privately from his home studio in East-Flatbush Brooklyn, and works as a general music teacher with Young Voices Big Sounds at Essex Street Academy, and Invictus Prep.
Through the inspiration of some of his early music teachers such as Khalil Shaheed, Charles McNeal, Ian Wilson, and Susan Muscarella, Kazemde has developed a passion for education as a way of giving back to the community and sharing the gift of the arts. As a teenager, he worked at Westlake Middle School as an assistant music teacher under Randy Porter, leading a student ensemble, giving private instruction, and helping oversee big-band rehearsals. As one of his High School projects, he organized and led a series of workshops in Oakland Elementary Schools designed to educate young students about Jazz music and its history through performance and student participation.
Over the last several years, Kazemde has worked as an instructor for the Oaktown Jazz Workshops, and as private music teacher. He has also led master classes on improvisation and composition for beginning to advanced levels in both Spanish and in English. In 2014, Kazemde participated in the Panama Jazz Festival as a performer with New England Conservatory, and as an educator, leading master classes and music workshops.
Contact him for private lessons, or group master classes.