Fremont California Music
Michelle Caimotto is originally from San Francisco and has had an active career as a performer and educator for over 25 years. She has trained several youth orchestras in the Bay Area, including the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, San Jose Symphony and Oakland Symphony. She has been teaching elementary school classes in Southern California for 15 years and has been involved in music education, piano and organ lessons, solo concerts and collaborations with renowned musicians for over 25 years.
She has played with touring companies including the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, San Jose Symphony, LA Philharmonic and La Ca de la Cienega Orchestra.
Sister Eva Beehner, OR Director, holds a Master of Music from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is a graduate of San Francisco State University, where she studied under the leadership of the late Dr. Joseph P. Siegel, and holds a Master's degree in Music and a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Arts from the University of San Diego.
She has successfully guided countless students through the MTAC Certificate of Merit program and has been a member of the Music Teachers Association of California since 1976. She was the chairwoman of the board of directors of the music department at San Francisco State University and has been a board member and chair of the board of trustees since 2006.
She is passionate about sharing the joys of piano music with her students and has performed with the San Francisco Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Diego Symphony and Bay Area Symphony.
Caimotto performed with the SF Symphony, recorded and toured with the symphony orchestra, and also played with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Diego Symphony, and Bay Area Symphony. She attended and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley School of Music and San Francisco State University, and completed her education with a Master's degree in Music Education from the University of Berkeley and a PhD from Stanford University. Sharon has taught chamber music students at the San Jose State Music School and the California Institute of the Arts for over 20 years.
She has attracted the attention of the San Francisco Symphony, San Jose State Music School and the California Institute of Arts to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Bay Area Chamber Music Association.
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