Voice and Piano
New Mexico native Shannon Moses began singing and studying piano as a young child. Shannon received her Vocal Performance and Pedagogy degree at the University of Texas (Arlington) where she was a student of Jing Ling Tam, and she studied Voice and Piano extensively at the Baylor University School of Music. Her diverse musical background includes several recital performances as soloist and piano accompanist as well as keyboardist and vocalist for several bands. Shannon has been instructing and coaching voice and piano students privately, in workshops, and in ensembles now for nearly 20 years. Her thriving West Los Angeles Studio began in 2002 and has since had a broad range of children, teenagers, adults, beginners, and professional clientele. Passionately committed to coaching the young and old alike to reach their full musical potential, Shannon is an active full member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), the PianoVision Community, and in 2017 Expertise® named Shannon one of the top 18 Voice Teachers in Los Angeles (of 799 Voice Teachers serving Los Angeles).
Voice and Songwriting
Anna Dellaria is a professional vocalist, songwriter, and producer hailing from San Francisco. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance at USC’s prestigious Popular Music Program where she studied vocal pedagogy under Romeo Johnson (Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson), and Sean Holt (Santana, John Legend). Anna's passion for vocal technique coupled with her professional experience as a session vocalist, songwriter, and performer enable her with a holistic teaching approach. She focuses on tailoring her teaching to each student’s musical goals and how they individually learn best.
Guitar and Piano
Pablo Flores is an Ecuador native guitar/bass/piano instructor. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree with studies in guitar performance, and contemporary music composition from the prestigious Berklee College of Music, in Boston MA. Pablo has taught guitar, bass, piano, music theory, and music production to a variety of ages and levels in Ecuador as well as in the USA (in both English and Spanish). He brings rich experience in recording sessions and live performances in the Hollywood industry, and he is passionate about equipping his students with the tools and skills needed to bring out their best. Lessons are customized to the student's goals, style, and context.
An avid coffee drinker and penguin lover, Brittany can be found furthering her passion for music education at USC pursing her master of music in contemporary teaching practice. Prior to that, she graduated magna cum laude at Chapman University with a bachelor’s degree in piano performance with a minor in integrated educational studies. Her true passion lies in music education and giving the joy of music to the generation of tomorrow. She is a committed teacher who has been teaching piano and music theory to people of all ages since 2013. As she always says, “whether it be in the music they are playing or the music they are listening to, my goal is to instill in my students a passion and appreciation for music that will last a lifetime.”
William Nathan Vallandigham (Baritone) is a professional opera singer and voice teacher. He received his Master of Music in Voice Performance and Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College. Recently, William was a featured soloist at the Microsoft Theatre, performing the music of Nobuo Uematsu. Previous performance credits include Maximillian/Cacambo (Candide), Eugene Onegin (Eugene Onegin), Barone Douphol (La Traviata), Yeletsky (Queen of Spades), Strephon (Iolanthe), Papageno (Die Zauberflöte), Editor Webb (Our Town), and Jupiter (Orphée aux enfers). Utilizing his background in classical vocal training and pedagogy, William focuses on establishing a healthy technical foundation to ensure the longevity of the students’ voice.
Emily Hayes began studying classical piano at age 5, and she had her piano concerto debut performance at age thirteen with the Northstate Symphony. Emily has over 9 years of private teaching experience and enjoys sharing her love of music through teaching. When not teaching, Emily continues to focus on furthering her own musical education. She is currently pursuing her BM in piano performance at USC's Thornton School of Music under the instruction of Vice Dean of Classical Performance and Composition, Dr. Lucinda Carver.