Elizabeth Siniari is a classically trained pianist who has been playing piano for over 15 years. She studied music education at University of Valley Forge and continued her musical training as a graduate student of music therapy at Immaculata University. Elizabeth is also a songwriter who enjoys incorporating synthesizers and effects pedals into her music.
Originating from New Jersey, Elizabeth has played festivals and venues throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Elizabeth has taught piano in all styles for over 4 years to students of all ages and skill level.
Vin began his career playing in the hard rock act “Amaranda” before heading to Boston to study guitar at Berklee College of Music. Since then he has performed in many cover bands, including long running Queen and David Bowie tribute bands and most recently playing regularly in downtown Nashville.
He has performed with members of KISS, Foo Fighters, Toto, Grand Funk Railroad, Mannfred Mann’s Earth Band, and has performed Queen songs for the members of Queen at the premiere of the musical ‘We Will Rock You’ in Las Vegas, NV.
He has been teaching priate lessons since 2008 and is currently pursuing his Bachelors degree from Berklee.
Sam Irmis graduated with his BA in classical guitar from FSU. Sam started guitar when he was in middle school and has been playing for over 20 years.
He is a well rounded guitar and bass player and has been teaching for over 10 years. He has performed with bands in the Tampa Bay area and teaches all styles and genres, specializing in Blues and Classic Rock. His teaching style keeps his students interested and engaged in music. He has experience with children as he young children of his own!
Chelsea has been classically trained, playing in many youth orchestras growing up. She graduated in Violin from Pinellas County Center for the Arts and subsequently accepted into Southeastern University for Violin, where she played in the orchestra and other string groups. She also studied Piano at Southeastern University.
Chelsea has performed many gigs in the surrounding Tampa Bay area on Violin and Ukulele. She is very excited to meet you and assist you in achieving your musical goals!
For the past nine years Allie as been studying piano and voice, with a primary in voice. In 2015 she graduated from the Pinellas County Center for the Arts, and went on to study Voice Performance at the University of Tampa.
She has done a wide range of performing from choir, solo work, and musical theatre. She has gone on tours with many choirs within the state of Florida and on the East Coast of the U.S., Internationally, performed in several main stage performances, and had the amazing opportunity to perform with artists such as Andrea Bocelli, and Kristen Chenoweth.
Music has given Allie great experience, including the opportunity to teach.
Lois Damron has a Bachelor’s degree in violin performance and music education from the University of Akron. She has over 30 years of experience teaching piano, violin, and viola lessons to both children and adults. She has played in various orchestras throughout Ohio over the years including the Akron, Canton, and Stow Orchestras.
Lois recently moved to Florida from Akron, Ohio to be closer to her grandchildren. Her goal is to help make learning music fun for all ages. Teaching music in schools and private lessons throughout the years has helped her fine tune these skills.
At the age of 12, Nderim started studying guitar. Discovering a natural talent for music, at 14 he played bass guitar at Clearwater’s first Jazz Festival, Capitol Theatre, 1980.
He is considered one of the world’s most proficient ambidextrous guitar players, and was featured on Steve Vai’s GuitarTV.com Best of the Best. Continuing his lifelong passion to play, he has played many large stages opening for national acts such as Styx, 3 Dog Night and the Fixx, and also opening for the Doobie Brothers in 2016!
Nderim has taught guitar professionally for the past 10 years. Young and old, his teaching style fosters an enjoyable learning experience. His specialty is Blues, Rock, and Metal improvisation.
Kyle Sareyani a.k.a. Mr. Whiskers has been a musician for 20 years with degrees in musical composition and performance from the University of Maine at Farmington.
Thus far, he has performed in half of the United States with a variety of musical acts and ensembles ranging in the avant-garde to classical to funk.
Having been immersed all things music for his entire life Kyle is excited to be teaching students of all styles, all levels, and all personalities!
Royse has been a professional performer and educator for over 25years. He is a graduate of Musician’s Institute in Hollywood, CA and studied with notable drummers such as Ralph Humphrey, Joe Porcaro, and Glenn Meyer.
Royse is well-versed in rock, jazz, latin, drum corps, and double bass styles. He tailors each lesson to the needs of the individual with an emphasis on reading, technique, feel, and practical musicianship.
He can be seen regularly with the classical rock fusion band The Hubbtones.
Mike has been drumming for over three decades.
His experience has helped him become a much sought after player and teacher in the Tampa Bay area.
Mike has been teaching drums for over 15 years. Part of Mike’s strengths include being patient, friendly and personalizing each lesson for each student’s individual needs.
Mike has shared the stage with numerous national acts and has performed and recorded with a number of successful local artists.
Currently, Mike performs with the local band Offshore Riot.
Tony started playing music professionally at the young age of 12. Tony continued working his way through high school while teaching and performing on guitar and bass.
At 18, Tony moved to Florida and began teaching around the Tampa and surrounding areas.
Tony is an in-demand teacher and continues to perform professionally with his band Tropical Heat.
Tony teaches all styles of guitar and bass and uses a very simple teaching philosophy that will help all students, whether being a beginner or advanced.
Corey has been playing for over 34 years and teaching for over 29 years. He holds a music degree in Classical Guitar. Corey has been performing professionally in both groups and solo, in the club circuits in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the Southeast. Corey currently performs a solo act at various local venues and select private functions.
Corey was the proprietor of his own music school and has taught for the Hernando Fine Arts Council and the Y Arts Program for Troubled Teens. His dedication to his craft is evident by the full roster of students he keeps. Corey also rehearses and coaches bands to help perfect their skills.
Corey teaches guitar, bass, piano, drums and band coaching. He teaches beginner through advanced students in all styles.