Meet our teachers!

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photo Siree Franks

Siree Franks/Center Director and
Registered Music Together® Teacher

Siree is the owner and director of Beverly Hills Music Together. The mother of 2 girls, Siree has been teaching Music Together for the past 14 years. She discovered Music Together while taking classes with her 10-month-old daughter and fell in love with the program.

Her love of music and her ability to connect with children make teaching Music Together a natural choice for Siree. "I knew it would be a great job for me - but I never expected to love it as much as I do. All of the families in my program are so wonderful - the parents, the grandparents, the nannies and especially all of their beautiful and musical children! Helping them grow and learn is my privilege and my pleasure!"

     
photo Pamela Reitnauer

Pamela has been singing all her life. Her love of musical theater began at age 5 when she played Gretl in "The Sound of Music." Her passion for music grew and she learned to play numerous instruments including the piano, cello, flute, guitar and handbells. The voice, however, remained her first love. Pamela continued her musical training at New York University and, after graduation, moved to Los Angeles.

Pamela discovered the Music Together program while bringing a child she cares for and she was instantly hooked! Pamela completed her Music Together certification in 2012 and has become an integral part of the Beverly Hills Music Together team. To be a part of a child's musical experience is such a wonderful privilege and honor.

     
photo Daniel Epstein

Daniel has enjoyed teaching Music Together in the Bay Area since 2008. Music has always played a vital role in his life; his earliest and fondest memories are of his mother coming to his pre-school to play guitar and lead songs. He has an MM in Opera/ Vocal Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and has performed with various Opera and Theatre Companies around the Bay Area.

Daniel also holds a BA in music from Emory University. While at Emory, Daniel studied voice, sang in the Concert Choir, and was the musical director of an acapella R&B singing ensemble.