Posted December 31st, 2019 | By A4A.admin
CSMA is excited to welcome 7 new teachers to our roster this winter & spring! They bring fantastic skills and teaching methods to enrich the learning experience for students of all ages. Get to know more about them and their classes!
Tracy Wu strongly believes in using music as a vehicle to develop articulate, well-rounded individuals using song, rhythm and movement. Tracy teaches Little Musicians 1, Little Musicians 2: Creative Music Makers and Little Musicians 3: Masterpieces in Music.
Veronica Felix believes art is a wonderful and powerful tool. She encourages her students to free their minds and experience the joy of creating. Veronica teaches Little Artist 1 and Little Artist 2: Animals & Nature.
Alisa Kroyan is a children’s book author and illustrator who also teach panting. She believes that by fostering creativity in children through visual arts, we ensure that they will also advance in learning Liberal Arts, Science and Technology. Alisa teaches Primary Draw, Paint, Sculpt and Elementary Draw, Paint, Sculpt.
Hua Tao Zhang is a published figurative artist. He teaches foundation and advanced courses for classical academic visual art. Hua teaches Drawing II: Portrait & Figure Study and Painting II: Oil Study.
Carolina Moura has an international career as a traditional and digital painter. As a teacher her goal is to inspire students to see the beauty around them, enjoy their own process and be excited about what they can do. Carolina teaches Secondary Painting, Painting I: Sampler and Painting II: Intermediate Sampler.
Eleanor Angel received her B.M. in Viola Performance from Indiana University and her M.M in Viola Performance from Eastman School of Music. She is a member of Symphony Silicon Valley and is Principal Viola of the San Jose Chamber Orchestra. She enjoys teaching beginners of all ages, setting them up for success by building from a basis of strong technique and instigating a love of music that will last a lifetime. Eleanor teaches Intro to Suzuki Violin.
Zhou Yi received her Bachelor and Master’s degree at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. She is also an enthusiastic chamber musician. She believes music is personal and emotional. She combines different ways to lead and inspire students with imagination and confidence. Zhou teaches Private Cello Lessons.