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Piano (ages 5+),   Violin (ages 5+)

Ann M

Ms. Ann began her musical journey technically before she learned how to read, tapping out the theme songs from the favorite movies of her childhood on the miniature electric piano her parents purchased for her. Shortly thereafter, she began studying piano in earnest at age five, and later chose to begin studying the violin at age 10. Over the years, Ann has performed in chamber ensembles, in university orchestras, and in community ensembles. With each experience, as player, as conductor, and as instructor she has gained a deeper appreciation for the joy of sharing music with others. Although she is currently earning a doctorate in microbiology, her love of playing music and teaching music has never dimmed, and she is excited about working with the students of the Allegro Pearland Academy of Music as they embark on their journeys toward becoming musicians.

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Alexys G

Alexys is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the Moores School of Music at the University of Houston. He has been playing the violin for over 10 years and currently studies under Dr. Kirsten Yon. Having been taught and inspired by various music educators throughout his life, he hopes to help guide students through their musical journey.

Alexys is an active teacher in Houston and has taught private lessons and sectionals at various schools in the Houston area. Additionally, he remains an active freelance musician performing with various ensembles and churches.

Alexys believes music, in and of itself, is a vast world filled with opportunities such as being able to form and cultivate friendships with fellow musicians. Through music one can have a multitude of wonderful experiences.

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Piano (ages 5+),   Voice (ages 5+),   Drums (ages 5+)

Alvin K

Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Mr. Alvin revealed great promise as a musician at an early age. Moving to New York in 1983, Alvin became the first African American piano player to play for the Tony Award-winning production of “CATS” at the tender age of 16-years old. After a critically acclaimed 3-year run on Broadway, he returned to Houston and shortly thereafter earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance from Texas Southern University in Houston, the same prestigious program that produced Kirk Whalum, Yolanda Adams and Lonnie Smith.
 
Alvin then embarked upon an international professional career, which allowed him to span the globe and share the stage with Jazz and R&B legends such as Ahmad Jamal, McCoy Tyner, Gerald Levert, and El Debarge. The philosophy of this man and his music is as simple as it is complex. He says, “In the scope of the inception of my music, my vision is based in love and passion.” 

He poses the question, ”Why do what you do, without loving what you do?” He believes that he is… part of a generation that has placed passion apart from the music. “But I believe that without passion and God – there is no music.”
 

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Piano (ages 5+),   Guitar (ages 5+),   Ukulele (ages 5+)

Cameron P

From Los Angeles California, Mr. Cameron is a live performer and composer with over a decade of experience as a musician. Beginning his musical journey with piano at age 5, he has additionally studied guitar, ukulele, and live vocal performance. Training under multiple jazz/rock performers, Cameron has undergone mentorship from reputable musical performers, such as Jeffrey Foskett of the Beach Boys. Currently Cameron records with several bands and is performing in Galveston/Kemah in the Country/Folk Duo “Two Roads South”. He enjoys playing in the styles of folk, classic rock, country, bluegrass, and bossa nova.  

Longing to share his passion for music, Mr. Cameron began teaching so that he could aid students in their musical journey. He believes that music is for everyone, and that with the proper care, it can become a lifelong joy for the student. As a performing artist, Cameron understands the importance of developing a personal musical style, so while he finds it necessary to establish technical proficiency, his main goal is to help students grow into mature and seasoned musicians. Cameron currently teaches piano, guitar, and ukulele in studio and in-home.  For in-home lesson options, please contact the academy.

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Guitar (ages 5+)

Chase H

Mr. Chase is a Houston area native that has been playing music his entire life. His musical education first began with the trombone in the school band, and soon after guitar lessons with a focus on improvisation under the tutelage of Bruce Brown. Mr. Chase formed his first garage band at age 12, and went on to play gigs across Texas throughout his teenage years. He received his formal education from jazz guitarist Eve Woodard at Houston Baptist University, from which Mr. Chase holds a Bachelor’s of Music Degree. Throughout his 20’s, Mr. Chase completed several US tours. He and his band were featured in national music publications such as Pitchfork and Stereogum, as well as Houston newspapers including the Houston Chronicle, Houston Press, and Houstonia. Mr. Chase has also been a staple performer in local festivals like Free Press Summer Fest and Day For Night Festival. 

Mr. Chase has taught hundreds of students over the past 10 years from every background and walk of life. He strides to provide a formal education for his students, and because of his strong background in performance and songwriting, he also encourages students to create and get on stage. 

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Piano (ages 5+),   Guitar (ages 5+),   Drums (ages 5+),   Ukulele (ages 5+)

Chuck H

Mr. Chuck is a graduate of Charleston Southern University holding a degree in Piano Performance and loves to teach!  He is a member of the National Piano Guild, Cantebury Cathedral Choir in Residency, and the Summerville Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Chuch has performed in many competitions and concerts nationwide and has an extensive background in jazz, performing jazz bass with Darius Rucker in a Frank Sinatra charity concert.  Mr. Chuck has been teaching piano, drums, and guitar in the Houston area for many years.  He also teaches songwriting and helps people all over the country create songs.  His enjoys inspiring the talented and dedicated students of Allegro!

Mr. Chuck teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  For in-home lesson availability, please contact the Academy.

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Piano (ages 5+),   Voice (ages 5+)

Claire M

Claire holds her Bachelor’s in Music-Vocal Performance from the University of St. Thomas. She has over six years of vocal training, over eight years of piano study, and over nine years of experience singing in choral groups. She has sung soprano with the University Singers at the University of St. Thomas for the past four years and has also acted in pop shows and opera/musical theater workshops. 

In Spring 2021 Claire won fourth place for her category in the Greater Houston NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) competition. Believing that music is a form of service, Claire has sung at several different churches in the Houston Area and is currently a staff singer at St. Bartholomew’s in Katy. She plans to pursue a Master’s Degree in Sacred Music at the University of St. Thomas starting Fall 2021. 

Claire is experienced in teaching both piano and voice students of all ages and is excited to share her love of music with the students of Allegro! 

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Piano (ages 5+),   Violin (ages 5+),   Cello (ages 5+),   Viola (ages 5+)

Clara T

Ms. Clara is an orchestral, chamber, and solo violinist and educator from Houston. A recent graduate of Northern Illinois University, she earned a Performer’s Certificate and a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance under the instruction of Mathias Tacke. During her time at NIU, she served as Concertmaster, Assistant Concertmaster, and Principal 2nd Violin of the NIU Philharmonic.

She has twice served as an Orchestral Fellow at the Texas Music Festival, where she played under the baton of renowned conductors including Hans Graf, Mei-Ann Chen, and Carl St. Clair. She has played with numerous orchestral ensembles across the country in venues including New York’s Carnegie Hall, Chicago’s Symphony Center, and Houston’s Jones Hall. She has also performed with soloists Brinton Averil Smith and Emily Bear.

Clara is also an avid chamber player and soloist. She recently won the 2018 NIU concerto competition and received an Honorable Mention in the 2018 NIU chamber music competition. In addition to her private studies, she has played in master classes for Herbert Greenberg, Lucie Robert, Cyrus Forough, and many others. She has also received chamber coachings from Spektral Quartet, the Arianna Quartet, and the Avalon Quartet.

Her passion for teaching began a decade ago, and she has many years of experience teaching both private lessons and early childhood music education classes. She combines her extensive knowledge of music with her exuberant personality to create a teaching environment that is equal parts educational and fun, and she is constantly inspired by her students’ energy, enthusiasm, and love of learning. When not playing classical music, she enjoys performing improvisational Django Reinhardt style jazz.

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Piano (ages 5+),   Drums (ages 5+)

David R

A native Houstonian, Mr. David has been playing drum set for a little over 14 years, and has been a very versatile percussionist for about 10 years. Coming from humble beginnings, Mr. David’s first steps in drum set and piano occurred while taking beginner music lessons at his church at the young age of 7. Since then, he has taken heart to the vast world of percussion, developed a strong competency in piano, and through hard work and dedication, has been fortunate enough to have been met with many successful experiences. Mr. David received his Associates Degree in Music from San Jacinto College in 2020. While there, he studied percussion under Michael Mizma, and drum set under Joel Fulgham and Luke Hubley. He was given numerous opportunities to play drum set in the SJC Steel Band under world renown guest artists such as Victor Provost, Tracy Thornton, Liam Teague, Jonathan Scales Fourchestra, and Emily Lemmerman. In addition, Mr. David has also performed multiple times in the GCIC Kemah Jazz Festival in the SJC Jazz Ensemble, performed in several seasons with the Pasadena Philharmonic Orchestra, and has played at churches and high schools throughout the Houston Area. 

Mr. David is currently attending University of Houston for his bachelor’s in Music Education and is a student in the Moore’s School of Music Percussion Studio, studying under professor Alec Warren. With a deep love for teaching, Mr. David strongly believes that lives can be touched through great bonds between teacher and student, and has no doubt that anyone of all skill levels and ages can learn and grow in whatever interest they choose, especially in music. He loves sharing the joy of music with his students, and fully believes in helping them find their own path in learning and developing their musical skills. Mr. David is ecstatic to share his passion for teaching drum set and piano with the wonderful students at Allegro and is overjoyed to be a part of Allegro’s amazing faculty. 

Mr. David teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  To schedule an in-home lesson with Mr. David, please contact the Academy.

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Gabrielle T

Gabrielle Tyler is a classically trained soprano that is finishing her Bachelors of Music in vocal
performance at Houston Baptist University. Her first and most recent role was as Donna Elvira in
HBU’s production of Don Giovanni under the direction of Emily Speck.


Gabrielle is a two time recipient of the St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Artist Residency
Scholarship as well as being awarded as the inaugural recipient of the John Kueger “Joy of
Singing Scholarship” funded by the Houston Cecilia Chamber Choir. She was a finalist in the
2021 Greater Houston NATS upper level division and has also participated in the 2017 Martin
Luther Festival, Berlin Germany. Gabrielle is currently a voice and piano teacher at the Allegro
Academy and is exploring vocal techniques and styles outside of classical singing. She prides
herself in having a studio culture that is very nourishing and explorative of students' natural
talents and instincts. As her collegiate career comes to an end she looks forward to even more
opportunities on the stage.

Gabrielle teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  To book an in-home lesson please contact the Academy.

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Jose C

A Houston native, Mr. Jose grew up with music and has been playing violin since the age of 5. His previous professors include Rodica Gonzalez, member of the Houston Symphony and Johnny Chang, principal violinist of Theater Under the Stars Orchestra. He is a student of Andrzej Grabiec, world-renowned soloist and conductor. Alumni of Virtuosi of Houston, where he served as principal second violin for three seasons, Mr. Camacho has been honored to perform in venues such as Jones Hall of Performing Arts in Houston, Texas, Carnegie Hall in New York and Grande Salle Pierre Boulez in Paris, France. He studies at the University of Houston where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Music with elective studies in Music Marketing. Mr. Camacho is in the second violin section of the Houston Civic Symphony and is the orchestra manager of the Texas Medical Center Orchestra.

As a teacher, Mr. Jose is passionate about developing a love for music within his student and helping each student fulfill their unique musical goals while finding joy in the music making process. He is a firm believer in nurturing the individual characteristics in every student’s playing and strongly encourages them to find their own “sound”.  Mr. Jose enjoys teaching violin and piano to students of the academy.

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Piano (ages 5+),   Violin (ages 5+),   Viola (ages 5+)

Kani W

Kani always had the world of music involved with most of his childhood. Kani is currently attending Texas Southern University while pursing a bachelor's degree as a Music Education Major for the Viola. Mr. Kani heavily incorporates piano as another primary instrument. He plans to continue his education, aiming to achieve his master's degree in Music Education. Mr. Kani teaches throughout the Houston area where he works with violin students in HISD and piano students in Alief ISD. Mr. Kani also leads sectionals for violin/viola, and accompanies students as their pianist for Solo and Ensemble in Alief ISD in coordination with the orchestra directors.

Two of his favorite musicians are Itzhak Perlman, and Derek Paravicini, and his favorite kind of jokes are Viola jokes.

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Piano (ages 5+)

Kyle P

A California native, Mr. Kyle began learning piano from the young age of 5 years old. Growing up Mr. Kyle enjoyed performing with his middle school band and high school choir. Currently Mr. Kyle is a student of the University Of Houston taking courses in music theory and majoring in computer science. In his spare time Mr. Kyle enjoys composing music on the piano for films and video games and is expanding his musical talents. He also plays the saxophone, clarinet, and flute. Mr. Kyle is passionate about teaching piano and loves to individualize each lesson to ensure each student not only has a well rounded musical education but is able to develop their personal music style. Mr. Kyle is excited to be a part of Allegro Academy and looks forward to developing the musical gifts within each student!

Mr. Kyle teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  To book an in-home lesson with Mr. Kyle, please contact the Academy.

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Piano (ages 7+),   Voice (ages 10+),   Drums (ages 10+)

Mayen A-In Home

With an eclectic musical taste, and exquisitely unique, diversified upbringing, Mayen's musical palette is inclusive and sweetly influenced by every musical genre. Mayen is a proud, native Houstonian, and has been teaching and tutoring for over 10 years. She loves helping her students discover their amazing talents, explore exciting new musical genres, set achievable goals, overcome challenges, encourage consistent improvement, and instill discipline and high quality performance. Mayen is very patient, kind, and has experience teaching students (from age 4 to adult).    

Miss Mayen is especially grateful for her most recent piano performance engagements (California Concerto Weekend 2015, 4-time Houston Symphony Spotlight performer - Spring 2015, Piano Texas International Academy & Institute 2015, International Keyboard Institute & Festival 2015, and California Concerto Weekend 2016). She hopes to continue a good balance between teaching, composing, and performing music.

Mayen loves God, family, music, tennis, traveling, learning languages, and encouraging everyone to pursue their dreams, wholeheartedly and without apology.  She is excited to share her many musical gifts with students of the Academy.

Miss Mayen teaches in-home lessons.  To book an in-home lesson with Miss Mayen please contact the Academy.

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Piano (ages 5+),   Cello (ages 5+)

Mitchell W

Mr. Mitchell has been studying cello for the past decade and is currently in his fourth year of undergraduate studies at the Moores School of Music. He is seeking a bachelor’s degree in Cello Performance under the teaching of his late professor Vagram Saradjian and currently under Estelle Choi of the Calidore Quartet. Mitchell frequently collaborates with composers and musicians to perform new works, notably premiering Misook Kim’s ‘Danza II’ for solo cello, performing J. E. Hernandez’s SHEER in a project sponsored by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston entitled ‘In Flanders Fields’, and was a featured performer in the 2019 Contemporary Music Festival at Cy-Fair College.  

In 2020 he was awarded, with the Iris Trio, Second Prize in the ENKOR International Music Competition for performance by a chamber ensemble. He has received masterclasses and ongoing training in cello and piano and has worked with such performers as Alexander Rudin, Deborah Pae, the Formosa Quartet, the Aizuri Quartet, and the Modigliani Quartet.  

Mitchell enjoys teaching cello and piano and focuses on helping students deepen their love of music through their chosen instrument.

Mr. Mitchell teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  To book an in-home lesson with Mr. Mitchell please contact the Academy.

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Natalie G

Ms. Natalie is an established professional, with a master's degree from Westminster Choir College in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy. Ms. Natalie is proud to have taken voice with established and active pedagogue Dr. Kathy Kessler Price and coached with Dr. Akiko Hosaki at Westminster, as well as Dr. Rebecca Hays at Texas Tech University. She hails from Muleshoe, Texas and she received a Bachelor's in Music Education from Texas Tech University and taught middle-school choir until deciding to pursue a degree in performance in New Jersey. She also has run her own studio for several years in Lubbock. Natalie has enjoyed an involved performance career as both chorister and soloist, performing the roles from Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus with Westminster Opera Theatre to a Valkyrie with Princeton Community Orchestra. In July of 2019, she also spent time in Nice, France coaching art song with Dalton Baldwin and opera arias with Lorraine Nubar. Natalie enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 dogs and 2 cats, gardening, and exploring local restaurants. She is thrilled to share her passion for vocal arts and piano with students of the academy.

Ms. Natalie teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  To book an in-home lesson with Ms. Natalie please contact the Academy.

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Nick C

Mr. Nick is currently pursuing a degree in composition and violin performance.   He has studied violin for over 10 years and his passion in music has led him to actively pursue mastery over all stringed instruments and the piano.  Mr. Nick enjoys composing and playing with many ensembles.  He enjoys sharing his excitement for music and multiple instruments as a means of inspiring students of the academy in viewing the study of music as a beautiful art. 

Mr. Nick teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  To book an in-home lesson with Mr. Nick please contact the Academy.

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Piano (ages 5+),   Guitar (ages 6+),   Violin (ages 6+),   Ukulele (ages 6+)

Richard P

Richard has studied music for over a decade under Chris Robbins and was awarded he CCISD Intermediate Solo and Ensemble Competition gold medal for violin solo in 2008 as well as the UIL Region XVII Solo and Ensemble Competition gold medal for both guitar solo and violin solo.  In 2010 he was awarded the UIL Region XVII Solo and Ensemble Competition gold medal for guitar solo and violin solo again.  He has performed with the Clearlake Symphony Orchestra and the Clearlake Philharmonic Orchestra for the past 6 years.  

In 2011 Richard was awarded the UIL Region 17 gold medal for guitar solo and violin solo and the gold medal for guitar performance in the Texas Solo and Ensemble Competition.  He is currently pursuing a degree in Music on a Music Scholarship.  He teaches piano, violin, & guitar for the Academy and enjoys helping each student find the instrument and style of music that speaks to their heart.

Richard teaches both in-studio and in-home lessons.  To book an in-home lesson with Richard, please contact the Academy.

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Piano (ages 4+),   Voice (ages 9+)

Ruben V

Mr. Ruben is a pianist and vocal soloist from Houston, Texas. Ruben began his vocal studies at San Jacinto College and studied under Dr. Paul Busselberg. In 2012, won 1st place College Men’s division at the National Association of Music Teachers Singing competition. In that same year, he participated in Opera Orvieto and worked with Dr. Todd Queen from Louisiana State University and Nyela Basney from North Park University. In 2013 he continued his studies at North Park University in Chicago, Illinois under the guidance of Nyela Basney.  As an Undergraduate, Ruben had many opportunities to perform roles for both the Undergraduate and Graduate opera productions at North Park University including The Ballad of Baby Doe, Signor Deluso, and La bella dromente nel bosco. During these productions, Ruben had performed a total of 5-7 roles for each performance night. He also worked with Opera Directors of the Chicago Area such as Chicago Lyric Opera with Phillip Kraus, Chicago Lyric Opera with Directors Michael LaTour and Erik Friendman.  

Proceeding his vocal studies at North Park, Ruben took the opportunity to learn from a few of Chicago’s best pianists including Chris White and Bobby Schiff. In 2015, Ruben graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in Music from North Park University and returned to Houston where he has been teaching piano and voice for the past 5 years.  

Mr. Ruben enjoys getting his student’s excited about their musical journey and performing professionally as a pianist and vocalist in the Houston Area. 

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Piano (ages 7+)

Ruslan B

Ruslan, Doctoral Candidate in Piano at University of Houston, graduated his first Master Degree in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy in Russia, where he studied with Stella Fedosseva. His second Master Degree and the Postgraduate education he completed at Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna and University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, respectively, where Ruslan studied with Klaus Sticken, Thomas Kreuzberger and Evgueni Sinaiski. At Baylor University, he studied composition with Scott McAllister and piano performance with Krassimira Jordan.

Ruslan’s repertoire includes the most complicated pieces of the piano literature such as Sonata in B minor by Franz Liszt, Overture to “Tannhäuser”  by Richard Wagner - Franz Liszt, Variations on a Theme of Corelli opus 42 by Sergei Rachmaninoff, Chaconne by Johann Sebastian Bach – Ferrucio Busoni, Twelve Etudes opus 10 and Four Ballades by Frederic Chopin and etc. 

Ruslan active participated in master classes with prominent pianists around the world: professor of Indiana University, Tanya Gabrielian; professor of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Dinguan Chang; professor of National Academy of Music “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov,“ Ilia Chernaev; professor of  Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, Luca Monti; professor of Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, Rolland Batik; professor of Kazan State Conservatory, Irina. Dubinina; professor of Kazan State Conservatory, Elfiya Burnasheva; professor of Moscow State Conservatory, Irina Osipova; professor of Moscow State Conservatory, Stanislav Igolinsky, 

As a soloist, Ruslan participated in projects of Johannes Wildner, who was the Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Concert Orchestra in London; Georg, Mark, who was the first guest conductor of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow; and Sergei Imashbaev, who is the principle conductor of the State Philharmonic Orchestra in Petropavlosk. During these projects Ruslan performed Second Piano Concerto in G major opus 44 by Petr Tchaikovsky, Second Piano Concerto in C minor opus 18 by Sergei Rachmaninoff and Concerto in D minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Ruslan’s own compositions include pieces for piano solo, symphonic orchestra,  chamber quartet and brass band. In 2019, he composed The Twelve Children’s pieces for the piano solo.

Ruslan worked as a teaching assistant in piano, collaborative piano and music theory at Baylor University in United States of America, Kazan State Conservatory in Russia and Music College in Kazakhstan. Nowadays, Ruslan has position of teaching assistant at Moores School of Music, where he studies with Tali Morgulis.  Mr. Ruslan is thrilled to join the faculty of Allegro Pearland Academy of Music!

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Ruth G

Ms. Garcia was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and began her musical journey at six years old.

Back in her country, she was part of the National Autonomous University of Honduras Chamber Orchestra, and a volunteer orchestra conductor/violin professor at the Choir and Orchestra Educational Arts Foundation of Honduras (FARECOH by its Spanish acronym). Four years ago, Miss Garcia moved to Natchitoches, LA. Here she was part of the Natchitoches-Northwestern Symphony Orchestra and graduated from the Northwestern State University of Louisiana with a Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance.

She has played as guest violinist and violist in the Texas/Louisiana/Arkansas area: South Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Longview Symphony Orchestra, Marshall Symphony Orchestra, Monroe Symphony Orchestra, Acadiana Symphony Orchestra, Texarkana Symphony Orchestras, Lake Charles Symphony Orchestra, and TEXAS Outdoor Musical. Also, she has been part of many international orchestra festivals in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Chile, Panama, and the United States.

Ms. Garcia is very excited to share with her students the joy that music brings to life and help them to overcome new challenges with success. One of her favorite things about teaching is helping students to reach their personal goals accompanied by hard work and discipline.

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Vanessa H

Vanessa is a pianist who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music with a concentration in piano from Texas State University where she studied under Dr.Kyung-Ae Lee. She has been teaching piano privately for 5 years and enjoys every moment of it.

Vanessa began her studies at San Jacinto College where she studied piano under the instruction of Dr.Sarah Spencer. She also holds a double major in audio engineering and was awarded several scholarships for both music and audio. Vanessa has performed in several ensembles such as women’s chorus, steel drum band and cello ensemble. She has performed in choir for a total of 10 years and had the privilege of singing with the Texas State Women’s Chorus as an alto 1 for several years. Vanessa has performed in multiple masterclasses taught by piano instructors from Rice University and University of Texas. She has also studied secondary instruments in cello, organ and harpsichord. Her favorite composers include Chopin, Brahms, Mozart, and Schumann. Her life goal is to learn all 21 Nocturnes by Chopin along with all 19 of his Waltzes as well.

Vanessa believes every student is unique in their own way and hopes to spread her love for piano along to her students. She strives to find the best teaching method for every student and overcome any challenges they may have.

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