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Dragana Rodriguez, the director and founder of the Do Re Mi Music School, received a degree in music composition in 1993 from the University of Art in the city of Novi Sad, former Yugoslavia. Upon graduation, Dragana immediately moved to Los Angeles where she attended and graduated in 1994 with “Highest Honors” and “Outstanding Vocalist” awards from the Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, CA.   She has been teaching music to young children for the past 22 years.





Trevi Fligg attended the University of Kansas on the Irene Peabody Scholarship for Music, where she received her Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance.  After moving to Los Angeles in 2004, she’s continued to pursue her passion for music by recording and performing with various local bands as well as performing solo.  Trevi has performed at top music festivals such as SXSW, and venues such as the Staples Center and Disney Hall.  Trevi is very excited to be joining the Do Re Mi music program and pursuing her music education career.





Elise Ackermann received her Bachelors Degree in Vocal Performance from Boston University, however she grew up playing violin, drums, and piano throughout her childhood.  Although her degree focused on classical voice, Elise couldn't resist the singer/songwriter experience when she graduated, which resulted in the release of her self-titled EP in 2009.  In years prior, Elise had dabbled in many different genres, which resulted in some awesome musical experiences throughout the years.  Some favorites include singing with the Boston Pops for their iconic Christmas holiday performances, playing fiddle at the Hidden Valley Inn (Tucson, Az.) for tourists wanting a taste of the "Wild West,", and playing the drums for melodrama shows with the band at the Gaslight Theatre, alongside her mother and brother, who are also professional musicians.  After a brief stint working at a bustling finance firm, Elise has recognized that nothing makes her happier than playing and teaching music and she is DELIGHTED to be joining the Do Re Mi team once again! 




Jessica Windle received her Bachelorís Degree in Music Education from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After graduation she continued her musical studies and was awarded an assistantship to study clarinet at the University of Akron in Ohio where she earned her Masterís Degree in Music Performance. Since moving to California in 2010, Jessica has joined the Los Angeles Clarinet Choir where she performs with other local clarinet players in festivals around Southern California. Jessica is excited to join the Do Re Mi music program and continue her musical career..




Sahara Jade graduated from Musicians Institute in 2011 with a degree in Vocal Performance. Growing up in a musical family, she has had the opportunity to perform internationally, as well as locally in venues all over Los Angeles starting from a very young age. Currently, Sahara is writing and recording new music, as well as performing live (everything from music to dance to theatre). She is thrilled to be a part of Do Re Mi and continue to expand her passion for music and teaching!



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