Anna Logiman - Piano
Anna Logiman was first introduced to the piano at age 5 by her mother, an avid pianist. She continued to learn piano under her mother until she was 10 in which she developed a lifelong passion of music. From age 10 till high school, Anna learned piano exclusively under a Japanese piano master in Jakarta, Indonesia. After high school, Anna continued her piano studies at Koeln Musichochschule in Koln, Germany under Professor Herr Kladetzky. She then added her piano repertoire at Musichochschule in Wiesbaden, Germany. She applied her piano knowledge and passion to students at Jakarta Yamaha Music School from 1996 to 1998 and taught groups of kids for a couple of months. In order to stay home with her young kids, Anna became a private teacher from 2000 to 2007 in Indonesia, until she moved to United States and passed grade 5 Yamaha exam piano in Los Angeles in 2010. She also has an Associate degree in Music from Diablo Valley College where she studied under Dr. Bruce Cook. Anna has experience working with children at all ages and is passionate about teaching piano.
Herman Ebertizsch - Piano
Herman has earned a reputation of one of the Bay Area's premiere keyboardist. He is a writer, performer, piano teacher and an entertainer. He has written many songs in an array of styles that were picked up by acclaimed artists, including Greg Errico of Sly and the Family Stone, Lee Osker from the group War, members of the band Malo, blues artist Little Milton, and the Sy Klopps band under manager Herbie Herbert. Herman began performing as a teenager in genres including classical, popular, standards, Rock, Blues, and R&B. He has taught music theory and performance at City College & State University of San Francisco and as well many private and group students.
Terrell Liedstrand - Guitar, Violin, Ukulele, & Piano
Terrell Liedstrand began playing music at an early age. His parents are professional musicians, and while growing up immersed in the fun of a musical household he learned several stringed instruments. During middle school and high school Terrell played violin in the orchestras, guitar in jazz bands and sang in choral ensembles. He then went on to study music at Diablo Valley College and in the Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific where he began, but has yet to finished, a Master Degree in Music Therapy. Here he studied many aspects of music including theory, history, classical guitar, piano, singing, and the therapeutic use of music in educational, clinical and community settings. Terrell performs music regularly as a solo artist and in various music groups with friends and professionals. He currently teaches guitar, violin, piano, ukulele and mandolin lessons.
Kathryn Gärlick - Piano & Voice
SPECIAL NOTE: If you would like your child trained and tested for level placement and certifications, Kathryn can, and has, successfully prepared students for ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC (www.rcmusic.com) exams. This certification program is competitive, and if completed, each student will receive an associates degree in piano performance.
Kathryn Gärlick is a classically trained pianist, from Oakland, who finds joy sharing her passion for music with others; but most especially kids. Kathryn started piano when she was seven and continued with private lessons through to college, where she graduated with a BA in Kinesiology and a minor in music. She has attended La Honda music camp, played cello for the Berkeley Youth Orchestra, has completed Music Together teacher certification, and continues to serve in her church community as a pianist/worship leader. For the past few years, Kathryn has been a nanny for many Bay Area families. She now hopes to combine her love for kids, healthy movement, and music while teaching at Music 'N Beyond. Kathryn wants nothing more than to create a fun, safe, and healthy environment where your children can express themselves through all genres of music.
Lisa Braz - Piano
Lisa Braz has taught piano privately, prior to joining New World Music Academy. She has studied music at Las Positas College, Berkeley Jazz School, Hayward State Jazz Program and San Francisco State University. She received a Bachelor of Arts from SFSU. Lisa studied classical piano with Richard Gough and while at SFSU studied with William Corbett-Jones. She studied Blues and Ragtime with Aaron Blumenfield, additionally studying Blues with Jennifer Jolly.
Isabella Goze - Voice
Isabella Göze is a classically trained singer and excited to work with your kids to help improve your singing skills. She started singing as a young girl and began her professional career in 1994. Isabella holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance with an emphasis on Opera from San Francisco State University. Further strengthening vocal education, she completed a pedagogy workshop at the prestigious Boston Conservatory- in 2011. With 20 years of professional singing and teaching experience, Isabella is well prepared to give you the tools you need to become a successful singer in a fun and inspiring environment.
Over the years, Isabella has worked with numbers of children and students at various summer music camps. In addition to opera, she is very comfortable singing and teaching other popular genres such as Western Classical, Choral, Jazz, World Music, Ethnic Folk, and Devotional to name a few. She is a very versatile singer, and can sing in thirty-five different languages and continues to add to her repertoire. While working overseas, she performed with the prestigious TRT Polyphonic Youth Choir for three and a half years. She has taught performed for twenty years in various styles and venues around the Bay Area including The Young Museum, Palace of Fine Arts and Le Petit Trianon. In addition, she’s appeared on various TV and radios locally and around the world.
Harrison Murphy - Piano, Drums, Guitar, & Ukulele
Harrison "Harry" Murphy offers an engaging and well versed approach to his students. With both an associate degree and immense passion for music, Harrison curates a unique lesson plan for each student, designed specifically to accomplish that student's goals. An avid composer, improviser, performer & recording artist, Harry offers an in depth insight into the vast world of music. With specialized instruction in drums, percussion, piano, guitar, voice & theory, Harrison strives to instill a deep and profound connection with his students and their musical self.