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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.

 

 

Adam Walters received his Bachelors Degree in Music Education from The Hartt School in West Hartford, CT. After graduation, he moved to New York City where he continued his musical studies as well as working as a professional dancer. As a performer, he has toured the country in such shows as CATS, Annie Get Your Gun, and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring The Rockettes.  In search of warmer weather, he has recently located to Los Angeles and is very excited to begin his work with Do Re Mi Music School.

 

 

Fernanda Karolys is from a multicultural background. She studied at the Musicians Institute and the Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador as a Music major. She was raised in both Ecuador and the United States having worked in the arts since her childhood. Fernanda shares music and language by engaging her students in fun, educational classes. Students will be in a creative environment where they will explore music, culture and language while receiving a valuable enrichment experience. Fernanda plays the guitar, sings and has years of experience teaching preschool children. She is joining Do Re Mi as a Music Appreciation Teacher and Certified Music Lingua Teacher for Spanish.

 

 

 

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.

 

 

 

Rosa Cándida Ramírez graduated from Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Music Ministry and Spanish. Rosa sings, plays the piano, and discovered her passion for teaching during her undergraduate years while teaching private piano and private voice to small aged children. In that time she also toured with several Point Loma groups to México, Brazil and around the Southwest region of the United States where she sang and played at various venues. She is a native Spanish speaker who has a passion not only in teaching her native language, but also in teaching her culture's customs and traditions through music. Rosa is excited in furthering her teaching experience along with the Do Re Mi music program.

 

 

 

Alih Jey a Latin GRAMMY nominated artist and songwriter, studied Vocal Performance at Florida International University and has a degree in Music Business - Creative Production from Miami Dade College. Alih Jey has toured the country playing her music, has released several albums, sung background vocals for Gloria Estefan and currently sings the theme song for ABC show "Suburgatory." She hosted a children's television show called "Topi Topi de Fiesta" back in her home country, the Dominican Republic, and is excited to keep working with children and music by joining the Do Re Mi program.

 

 

 

 

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