Kyle Cremat has been playing for many years. In the first two years of his musical journey, he taught himself how to play the piano. This is fundamental to his teaching style because this gave him a deeper understanding of the learning process when it comes to learning an instrument. However, he soon realized that he can only go so far by himself and this is when he began studying under world renown piano professor Tatiana Scott(Sacramento State Piano Professor) to master the technique and emotional aspect of playing piano. He also studied composition and a Jazz piano under Sacramento’s own, Joe Gilman. Kyle’s dream is to inspire people around the world to play an instrument and believe that anything is possible with the right dedication and passion. He was part of American River College’s Orchestra and Symphonic band from 2016-2018. He is currently a church music director leading the church choir and band. Kyle focuses on the technical difficulties that comes with classical music. He also learned a lot about gospel music due to his job as a music director as well. Kyle is a Piano Performance and a Music Education Major at Sac State University. Kyle has been bringing innovation to the art of composing. He has composed several sets of original works such as his 4 Seasonal Waltz, 4 Preludes, 4 Etudes, 4 Musical Journeys, 4 Arias, and a piano concerto in C minor. Kyle has performed publicly multiple times via both solo recitals and piano concertos like George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue and Rachmaninoff’s piano concerto no.2 in C minor. To Kyle, playing music is a very thrilling experience that he wants to share with everybody. He is ready to work with you to make great music.
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