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Pleasanton Weekly

Arts & Entertainment - January 30, 2009

Concert pianist opens Inspire Academy

Classes offered in piano, voice, guitar, and music theory

Pleasanton is now the home of Inspire Academy of Music and Arts. Founded by award-winning concert pianist and Pleasanton resident Tamriko Siprashvili, it offers group and private lessons in piano, guitar, voice and advanced placement music theory. Opening Jan. 19, the academy is still accepting students for the winter/spring semester.

Joining Siprashvili, a Steinway Artist who has performed in concerts around the world, are voice teacher Sarah Franklin, classical guitarist Ben Barron, and piano teachers Debbie Boyden, Danielle Naler and Victoria Ball.

Classes are available for all ages, including group piano lessons for children ages 4 to 6 following the "Music for Little Mozarts" curriculum.

To learn more about Inspire Academy of Music and Arts, call 461-3266 or visit www.inspiremusicacademy.com.

--Emily West

Comments

Posted by Victoria Ball, a resident of Livermore
on Feb 6, 2009 at 12:27 pm

Hi! It would have been so nice to see a photo of Tamriko included with this article! I sent one in and it seems like there would have been space....oh well, maybe next time. Thanks for your help! Appreciatively, Victoria Ball


Posted by registered user, Emily West, a resident of Pleasanton Weekly reporter
on Feb 6, 2009 at 1:27 pm

If you look at the PDF version, there is a photo included in the print edition. We aren't able to attach photos to the list of stories found by clicking through the Recent Issues section. Hope that helps!