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Piano Group Classes

Piano
Ages 5 - Adults
At Pearland Location
Joy K

Allegro Piano Group Class

Saturdays 12:30pm - 1:15pm
Month to month

$125.00/month   Register

Piano Private Lessons

1/week, billed monthly

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, university orchestras, and in community ensembles. With each experience, as a player, conductor, and 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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Adrian B

Ms. Adrian has lived her life around music, family, faith, and education. She has been singing in church and school since she was a child and began studying classical piano at the age of 6. Although she spent most of her career as a teacher (Fine Arts, Reading, Math, etc.), she is now a realtor as well. Her passions include uniting people together for positive causes and inspiring others to do great things for the world by way of music and education. She is proud to have received her Master’s Degree in Executive Leadership and Higher Ed. Business Administration in the fall of 2023.
 

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Aleksa R

Mr. Aleksa was born in Serbia where he studied classical music, folk music, and theory on piano and accordion. He moved to Texas in 2015 where he continued to learn and hone his skills on piano as well as other musical instruments such as the guitar, bass guitar, drums, and clarinet.


He’s been a member of multiple Houston local bands and enjoys playing music on stage. In his free time, he composes and plays music with his friends.


Mr. Aleksa has been teaching music for four years and loves sharing his passion for music and guiding students in their unique musical journey.


Mr. Aleksa has always been surrounded by various types and genres of music his whole life and appreciates the way musicians with different styles of music can express themselves in different and unique ways and aims to help his students do the same. 

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Alexandra G - In Home

Coming from a musically influential family, Ms. Alex started studying piano at five years of age. She graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor’s in Music Education and a Master’s in Piano Pedagogy. Initially, she wanted to be a band director, but Alex found more joy in teaching piano. Seeing her students’ progress and success is what makes her proud being a teacher. She studies, adjusts, and brainstorms new methods of teaching to match the students' learning pace. She guides her students to reach the necessary goals, to become independent musicians, overcome weaknesses, and set high standards. Ms. Alex loves to find unique pieces that include lesser known composers and songs to expand her students’ musical palette and increase their love of music. She teaches students of all levels and of ages from 5 to adult

During Ms. Alex’s studies within the SFA piano pedagogy program, she performed studio solo and duet recitals, under the guidance of her instructors Dr. Andrew Parr and Dr. Minhae Lee. In addition to her studies, she also accompanied vocal and instrumental soloists. With the mentorship of Dr. Mario Ajero, the pedagogy professor at SFA and recurring presenter at TMTA conferences, Ms. Alex taught class piano to undergraduate music students, by using visual aid software and teaching strategies to help all students in their learning process. She is excited to share her expertise and joy for music with students of the academy!

CONTACT INFO@ALLEGROACADEMYPEARLAND.COM OR 713-452-9402 FOR CURRENT AVAILABILITY.

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Alexys G

Mr. 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.

He 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.

Mr. 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.

Mr. Alexys is fluent in Spanish.

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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 on 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 music. “But I believe that without passion and God – there is no music.”
 

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Boheng W

Ms. Boheng, a native of Jinan, China, where she began her piano studies at the age of five. She is a classically trained pianist with diverse experience in solo and chamber performance, choral accompanying, piano teaching, and audio recording. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in piano performance under Dr. Tali Morgulis at the University of Houston.  

In 2022, Ms. Boheng received a bachelor’s degree in piano performance with honors from the University of Colorado – Boulder where she studied with Dr. Andrew Cooperstock. She also studied harpsichord and voice as secondary instruments and served as the treasurer for the Collegiate Chapter of MTNA at CU Boulder. She was a recipient of the Scott McBurney Memorial Scholarship and Everett J. Hilty, Sr. Music Scholarship. During her undergraduate studies at CU Boulder, she worked on the “Hidden Voices Project” led by Dr. Alejandro Cremaschi, where she recorded pieces by African American female composers, and did research on them from a pedagogical perspective. She premiered works for the piano by composers in the CU Boulder community at the Pendulum New Music concert. 

As a teacher, Ms. Boheng is passionate about bringing classical music one step closer to people of all age groups and backgrounds. Her goal is to develop the student’s skills at the piano while nurturing their unique strength and personality in music.   

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Bret W

Mr. Bret is a composer, pianist, and teacher. His love for music started at an early age, and has persisted throughout his life. Beginning his classical studies on the piano at the age of 5, and composing his first piece of music at the age of 10, he has continued to study and develop his passion and love for music over the last 30 years. He began working professionally, playing and teaching, while still in high school, developing his skills in improvisation and music directing along the way, before studying Music Composition and Piano at the University of Houston.

Mr. Bret has extensive experience playing, music directing, and working in churches, theaters, and recording studios. He has performed and composed music for all occasions and events, all the while teaching piano, drums, guitar, voice, and composition when the opportunity has presented itself. As a producer and engineer, he has worked on hundreds of recording sessions in world class studios with some of the top musicians working today, and has released more than 50 albums of instrumental music on his own. In 15 years of teaching, he has worked with over 250 students of all ages in all styles and genres, from classical to pop and everything in-between. He believes every student deserves the opportunity to pursue a life with music, and enjoys working with students at any level, from beginner to advanced, and in any style or genre of interest. Incorporating classical technique and music theory in a practical and useful way, he believes that a solid foundation allows each student to confidently walk their own path on their musical journey. 

Currently residing in the Houston area, Mr. Bret is a full-time composer, producer, and teacher.

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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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Dayzia M - In Home

Ms. Dayzia was raised in Lafayette, Louisiana and has loved music since the moment she could talk. Her passion at such a young age is what inspired her to pursue music and share her passion with others through teaching. Throughout middle school, high school, and college, Ms. Dayzia participated in the choir ensembles. While singing in choirs and honing her piano skills, Ms. Dayzia developed her teaching philosophy that each of her piano and voice students should be strong in sight-reading abilities, familiar with classical compositions, develop piano technique through playing scales, and learn to transpose music to a different key.  She is currently a Music and Vocal Performance major at Texas Southern University minoring in Psychology for music therapy. As an instructor, Ms. Dayzia is passionate about giving her students repertoire they like and feel most comfortable with, so they can show off their personalities and gifts through the music.

CONTACT INFO@ALLEGROACADEMYPEARLAND.COM OR 713-452-9402 FOR CURRENT AVAILABILITY.

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Eddie T

Mr. Eddie is a double bassist from the Metro Detroit area of Michigan. He began his musical studies at the age of 10 and fell in love with the double bass and classical music through his experience performing in a local youth orchestra. His interest in music led him to Stanford University in California, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Music with Honors. Additionally, he has studied the double bass with Robert Stiles of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Robin Kesselman of the Houston Symphony. Besides his involvement in performing and teaching, he has also worked as a Music Library Apprentice at the Houston Grand Opera. Mr. Eddie is passionate about teaching music, and is thrilled to share the joy he has found in music with students at the academy, no matter where they are on their musical journey!

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Hannah D

Ms. Hannah holds her Master’s in Cello Performance from the University of Houston, Moores School of Music, and her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Performance from Minot State University. Private teachers include the esteemed Mr. Anthony Kitai, Dr. Erik Anderson, and Caroline Busser to name a few.  Ms. Hannah has additionally honed her skills in Masterclasses with Debbie Pae, the Formosa String Quartet, and Dr. Ashley Sandor Sidon. She has also performed in Munich, Germany at the Internationale Meisterkurse Raumberg and High Peaks Music Festival.  Ms. Hannah is the Winner of Minot Symphony Orchestra’s Young Artist Solo Competition, she was a participant at the Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Young Artist Concerto Competition Finals in 2018, 2019, and 2020, and earned 1st place at Regional and State Jugend Musiziert Wettbewerb, 3rd place at National Jugend Musiziert Wettbewerb. She has performed with  the Moores School Opera and Symphony Orchestra, the Tomatz String Quartet, the Minot Symphony Orchestra, Western Plains Opera Company, and Cello Ensemble Repertoire at the Eastman Cello Institute at the Eastman School of Music.  Ms. Hannah has been teaching for many years and currently performs in the Houston area.

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Jordan E

Mr. Jordan is an undergraduate student of Mann-Wen Lo at the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music and has previously studied with Andrezej Grabiec and Ertan Torgul. His passion for music manifested at a young age and in middle school, he solidified it by beginning to study the violin. Since then, Mr. Jordan has participated in many solo, orchestral, and chamber performances including an international performance with the Virtuosi of Houston youth orchestra at Chichester Cathedral in England under the baton of Franz Krager and Andrzej Grabiec. Mr. Jordan especially enjoys performing romantic and modern pieces of music due to the liberty of interpretation that they lend themselves to. Currently, he performs often in conjunction with various programs at the Moores school and in the community.

His future plans include performing professionally both in an orchestral and chamber environment as well as teaching and experimenting with cross-disciplinary art projects.

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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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Joy K

Ms. Joy is a talented pianist actively involved in multiple music activities consisting of ensemble, choir, as well as solo performances. Based on her experience in teaching students of various ages, she aims to find ways that best suit each student's individual tendencies to create greater interest in music.

She was selected to perform at the Nebraska Rising Stars Concert at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She won the Concerto/Aria Competition at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and performed with the Heartland Philharmonic Orchestra. Joy has distinguished herself with notable honors such as the second prize at American Protegé Competition, resulting in her performance at a winner's recital at Carnegie Hall. She also won first prize in the Nebraska State Division of the Music Teachers National Association Young Artist Piano Competition as well as the Charleston International Romantic Music Competition.

Currently, she is studying for a master's degree in piano performance at the University of Houston with Professor Timothy Hester.

Ms. Joy is fluent in Korean.

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Julian R

Mr. Julian is a conductor, cellist, and string educator from Houston, Texas. Mr. Julian has established a strong presence in the Houston area as both a private instructor and string educator having worked with numerous high school and middle school ensembles and orchestras in Houston, Sugarland, and Alief. He has worked as a string ensemble coach at Kinder High School in the Performing and Visual Arts where he featured as a guest conductor in May 2023. Mr. Julian has also coached the string orchestra at Meyerland Performing and Visual Arts Middle School. In March 2020, he performed select movements from the first cello suite by Johann Sebastian Bach for the State of the College event presented to Maor Sylvester Turer on behalf of Houston Community College. Mr. Julian graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in music education from Texas Southern University, where he was awarded the Bennie Creswell Music Alumni Scholarship in 2022. His mentors have included musicians such as cellist Maki Kubota, violinist Dr. Benjamin Grube, and conductor, Dr. Brad Smith.

Mr. Julian teaches in-home lessons.  To book with him, please give us a call at 713-452-9402.

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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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Laura R

Ms. Laura graduated from Houston Christian University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music specializing in voice. While at HCU, she performed alongside the Houston Choral Society and Houston Civic Symphony. Ms. Laura has performed with the Bay Area Chorus and at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention in San Antonio. Ms. Laura has loved singing since she was a child and desires to inspire and help musicians of all ages to grow in their art and see their own potential. She strongly believes that music is for everyone, and no one should be discouraged from pursuing something that they love. Ms. Laura also believes that music is powerful and speaks in a way that words never can.

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Laura R-In Home

Ms. Laura graduated from Houston Christian University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music specializing in voice. While at HCU, she performed alongside the Houston Choral Society and Houston Civic Symphony. Ms. Laura has performed with the Bay Area Chorus and at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention in San Antonio. Ms. Laura has loved singing since she was a child and desires to inspire and help musicians of all ages to grow in their art and see their own potential. She strongly believes that music is for everyone, and no one should be discouraged from pursuing something that they love. Ms. Laura also believes that music is powerful and speaks in a way that words never can.

CONTACT INFO@ALLEGROACADEMYPEARLAND.COM OR 713-452-9402 FOR CURRENT AVAILABILITY.

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Leslie H

Ms. Leslie’s musical experience began young, learning harmonica from her dad and begging to play violin like mom. Lessons began in third grade, and by eighth grade she was asked to be the soloist for the graduation ceremony. Flute lessons started in fourth grade, and she became the first chair flute & piccolo player in High School. In High School and college choir, she was a soloist. She was chosen to be in a performance group, the Valley Singers, who performed at Old Town School of Music in Chicago Illinois. In that group she played both banjo and guitar while singing.       

She always wanted to be a teacher, so she earned her Bachelor of Music Education degree at North Park University, in Chicago Illinois. She studied violin, voice, and piano. She also had the honor of performing in a professional singing group called the New Christy Minstrels, traveling and recording with them for two and a half years. Ms. Leslie has served as a church music director, developing contemporary praise teams, directing holiday performances and writing children's daily Vacation Bible School music, through the years. 

Such wonderful experiences in music gave her a great passion to share this enjoyment with others. She taught Junior High, and led a ninety-person choir. She patiently encourages students to grow musically so they can become confident performers. Ms. Leslie taught Kindergarten through eighth grade music for nine years and wrote musicals for the children’s performances. She also taught High School music. It has also been a special joy to teach adults, who after taking lessons, have exceeded their own expectations and dreams playing instruments or singing. Ms. Leslie teaches beginning and intermediate Violin, Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele, Voice, Flute, Piccolo, Piano, Oboe, Eb Alto Sax, Clarinet, and Trumpet.

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Marco T

Mr. Marco is currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Composition and Arrangement. Mr. Marco was born in Aguascalientes, Ags. Mexico and began his musical journey at the age of ten. Born into a family with a musical tradition and under the influence of his mother's family, he discovered a great affinity for playing instruments, starting with guitar lessons from his mother who was his first music teacher. 

He has been playing the violin for 11 years, including earning an Associate's Degree in Music Performance in Violin in 2022 from the University of the Arts, a program started in 2016 under the tutelage of teacher Gohar Zakaryan. Marco has been an active teacher in Mexico since 2019 and in Houston since May of 2023 with private lessons and sectionals at various schools in the Houston area.  Additionally, he was a member of the second violin section of the Aguascalientes Philharmonic Orchestra. Mr. Marco continues with private technical improvement and interpretation classes at St. Thomas University under Dominika Dancewicz.

For Mr. Marco, music is the gift that he received that changed his life, allowing him to enjoy it to the fullest, and wants to share it with others!

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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 began his musical journey with violin in 5th grade, then his love for music pushed him to learn piano in high school. Here, he was honored by being chosen for a program that the Houston Symphony sponsored. In the program, he worked with members and even the conductor for the Houston Symphony. Fascinated in music, he began to obtain an associates degree while working with Allegro Academy.  His goal with students is to make sure that music is an enjoyable experience and something that seems very vast. Therefore, piquing interest in students and pushing them on the right path of being able to practice anything they want! Now having his Associates Degree in Music from San Jacinto College, he plans on going to a university to obtain his music ed. degree and work with elementary students. At San Jacinto, he worked under Ingrid Gerling for two years and had opportunities to perform in high schools and ensembles within churches & weddings.

Mr. Nick Invites all levels and ages to start a musical journey. He shares his passion and encourages students to use music as something that is theirs. Music is something that they can use as an advantage in life and gain many new experiences. Just like the ancient Greeks, he believes that music is one of the components to live a fulfilled life and plans to share this ambition with the younger generations to come.

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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Petro R

Graduate from Houston Christian University, Mr. Petro studied and earned his B.M. degree in Vocal Performance, Cum Laude, under the teaching of Emily Tello Speck and Dr. David Kirkwood. His passion for music started in elementary school where he began playing the trumpet. Unfortunately, he had to stop playing due to personal complications at home but that did not stop him from dreaming of music. His passion for music continued internally and when he went to high school he was involved in all the music that was available. It was in high school that he learned to play Guitar, French Horn, and Voice as he participated in the jazz ensemble, Wind Ensemble, and Choir.

Mr. Petro was also in the Schola Cantorum at HCU and served as the section leader during his four years there, he participated in the Husky Band and performed for the Opera Workshop. He has been honored to have been part of many performances in his time at HCU, most notably performing the role of Masetto in Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni. He is a big believer that instruments are tools of self-expression and encourages everyone to give learning an instrument a try.

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Richard P

Richard has studied music for over a decade under Chris Robbins and was awarded the 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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Robert A

Mr. Robert began his music education nineteen years ago at the age of four. From a very early age, he was introduced to the masters from the past who made a big impression on the young boy. He received a former music education for twelve years where he participated in various music festivals and concerts in San Juan, Puerto Rico where he was born and raised. In these concerts, he was able to show his love for classical music as well as typical traditional Latin American music.  

In 2016 he and his family moved to the state of Florida where he continued his music education and pursued a degree in arts. During this time, he partook in various music theory classes where he exceeded and further deepened his appreciation for music not just as a form of art but as a skill and discipline. This molded his philosophy on music teaching that there are two main pillars when it comes to music; there is the ability to play, but there is also the knowledge of how to play. Robert believes that understanding what you are playing is just as important for the student as the ability to play.

In the year 2022, Mr. Robert moved again to the beautiful city of Houston where he now pursues to give piano classes and share his deep appreciation of music and piano playing. A class with Mr. Robert is a class that values discipline, analysis, and technique while maintaining a light atmosphere.

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Shayne J

Mr. Shayne is a musician, teacher, and performer originally from upstate NY. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Buffalo State University, where he received the Dean's Award for Excellence in Music. Prior to that, he studied music and theater at Shenandoah Conservatory in Virginia, completing a minor in piano performance. After graduating, Mr. Shayne taught for Buffalo Public Schools, where he directed vocal ensembles and musicals, and taught general music, music theory, voice, and piano in grades 5-12. During his time as the tenor section leader of the Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus, they (with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra) won the 2021 Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance. With various choirs, he has sung in venues such as the Met Cloisters in New York City, Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Mr. Shayne began studying violin and viola at age seven, and has played with several string chamber ensembles and orchestras. He is also a trained actor and dancer with an extensive background in musical theater, and has performed lead and supporting roles throughout the eastern US, in addition to his experience as a music director, choreographer, and pit musician. He enjoys composing and encouraging composition in his teaching.

Having recently relocated to Texas, he’s very excited to teach all musicians, and looks forward to working with Allegro students to create the music they want to make!

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