About the Instructor
Ms. Camino holds a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from the University of Santo Tomas with a major in Piano Performance and Minor in Music Theory.
She studied with well-respected pedagogues, including Julliard graduate La Vonne of Riverside California who taught her the art of playing and teaching classical electronic organ.
Being raised in a family where music was admired, Noemi chose to study music professionally. She continues her education through active participation in teacher’s workshops. “Education is a lifelong process," Ms. Camino says. "The more education you have, the more value you are able to create."
Since 1993, Ms.Camino has been and continues to be an active member of the Music Teacher's Association of California. She has more than 20 years of experience in teaching private piano lessons, as well as a formal Music teacher within a classroom setting. Her desire is to impart knowledge by focusing on her student’s individual needs and abilities and tailoring each lesson accordingly.
Her students play in local festivals and recitals and have received superior ratings.
Ms. Camino is passionate about teaching piano and strives to be give personal attention to each and every student. She especially enjoys helping students develop their love of piano, their piano skills, and watching them reap the benefits of their hard work and dedication.
In addition to her Natomas studio, she also works as a piano instructor at Young Artists Conservatory of Music in Vacaville and at MPM Learning Center in Elk Grove.