I have over 15 years of experience as a professional singer and voice teacher. I'm classically trained, and teach everything from opera, to R&B, to musical theater and pop! I have my Masters Degree in Vocal Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. My students have been admitted to prestigious college vocal programs and have also been cast in leading roles on Bay Area stages. Besides teaching online, I'm also a music professor and professional singer! I really enjoy teaching people to sing and I like to make the process fun for my students!
Mrs. Sandra Moore
Attending San Jose State University with master instruction from W. Wayne Sorenson and orchestral and Wind Symphony
Director, Vernon Reed and William Trimble, she soon found many opportunities to perform with talented colleagues and
musicians. Continuing with her musical education she took additional lessons and worked with other oboists finding styles and
methods she found fit her tastes but also styles of others she could adapt for specific types of performance. One of her most
Soprano Liesl McPherrin has been praised by SF Classical Voice for her “brilliant top notes and winning comic chops.” She has performed a wide variety of repertoire in both opera, concerts, and musical theater including roles with Pocket Opera, Island City Opera, and been a chorister for professional ensembles including the San Francisco Symphony Chorus and San Francisco Renaissance Voices.
Experienced teacher in the Sunset area of San Francisco who also performs regularly. Students have participated in Certificate of Merit, Royal College of Music test, and National Piano Guild programs. Students also participate other events in the Bay Area.
I've been playing alto saxophone for 15 years now. Some honors include: Honorable mention and merit winner in jazz for the National YoungArts Foundation (2015-2016), Runner-up of Portland's PDX Jazz forward Competition (2016) and 3rd place in Vandoren's Emerging Artist Competition (2017), grand prize winner of Eastman Winds' Perform with Mintzer Competition (2016), and winner in saxophone for Yamaha's Young Performing Artist Competition (2018). Played lead alto in Ralph Peterson's GenNext Big Band and recorded two albums (2018-2019).
Private guitar lessons for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players with an experienced, patient, and qualified professional. You will start from the beginning and focus on the fundamental techniques that will equip your fingers to play virtually any style of music with ease.
Stephan believes in a positive and encouraging approach to teaching, one which cultivates an atmosphere of learning and enjoyment while playing the guitar.
Guitar lessons will help you to:
Baritone Ben Kazez has performed in the Monteverdi Choir under Sir John Eliot Gardiner and as soloist at Barcelona's Petit Palau, Herbst Theatre in San Francisco, and London’s St John’s Smith Square and Milton Court.
A native of Bulgaria, violinist Dorisiya Yosifova enjoys an active career in music as a teacher and performer. As an orchestra musician, Dorisiya plays as Principal Second Violinist of the Apollo Ensemble of Boston and has also played with the Cape Ann Symphony as Section Player and the Lowell House Opera as Concertmaster. In the recent years, she has appeared in performances as a solo and chamber musician in the Greater Boston Area where Dorisiya was located before her recent move to the Bay Area.
The Choral Skills Immersion Class is taught by SFGC's renowned faculty. Singers will explore and build their skills in vocal technique, ear training, sight-singing, and music theory. The program is recommended for any singer interested in enhancing their vocal and music skills in preparation for auditioning for one of SFGC's Chorus School upper Levels (Levels III and IV) for the 2021-2022 school year.