Emily is a pianist, teacher, and accompanist, and has been teaching piano since 1998. She first received her Bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems and previously worked as a programmer at Matson Navigation Company while teaching piano part-time.
Following her passion, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in music specializing in piano and a Master's degree in Piano Performance.
Her numerous experiences include private and group lessons at The Toddler Program, Mary, Star of the Sea ELC, Maryknoll School, Iolani School, University of Hawaii at Manoa, accompanying various choirs, and collaborating with musicians and performing at different events.
Emily is the vice president of Hawaii Piano Teachers Association. She is also a church accompanist at Christ Lutheran Church in Mililani, and is active in doing volunteer work and reaching out to the community.
Ms. Jasmine teaches music at Mary, Star of the Sea The Early Learning Center and is the Mandarin Chinese language instructor at The Toddler Program and Iolani School. She has studied music for many years and is very experienced in teaching group lessons.
In addition to playing the piano, she was also a ballroom dancer, dances salsa, and is a certified Zumba instructor.
Elisabeth is a pianist, teacher and accompanist. Ever since the age of 6, she fell in love with the piano and hasn’t stopped playing. Determined to take steps toward her love of music, she received a BA in music from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and was recognized with a merit achievement in piano performance. Throughout her life she’s accompanied for church, choirs, plays and weddings.
Elisabeth has played in band as a flutist and is a self-taught guitarist. She enjoys expressing herself through different instruments including her latest, the drums. She believes that music is a language and that everyone should be able to have the opportunity to learn and speak it.
Cici began studying the piano at the age of 3. She believes that having a good piano teacher is an important way to lay a good foundation. Cici participated in many competitions and placed first in The First China-US International Youth Music Competition in 2018. After receiving a BA in Music Education from The State University of New York-Fredonia, Cici moved to Hawaii and completed her BA in Music specializing in Piano from the University of Hawaii. She is planning on pursuing a Master’s degree to further her education in Piano.
Cici has taught private piano lessons, music classes, and organizing various art and musical activities.