- The Inspire Story
The Inspire Story
You have an opportunity to give your child a lifetime gift of music. Through music, your child will continue to develop creativity and imagination. A ten-year old student once told me that he loved music because "music is my best friend." Music connects with our love, happiness and sadness. Music requires and develops analytical skills, discipline, problem solving, planning, logical thinking, teamwork, and motor skills.
At Inspire, your child will learn music the way Mozart and Beethoven were taught. Our teachers work tirelessly to understand each child's individual differences and needs and tailor the lessons to help that child learn music. Inspire's school environment incorporates "ensemble" playing to introduce teamwork and connection with others and further broadens your child's horizons.
If you and your child are committed to learning music, treat yourself to the best music education. Don't waste time developing bad habits and inhibit your child's full potential. Let Inspire teach your child proper techniques because it is the mastery of proper techniques that lets your child flourish and evolve.
- Tamriko Siprashvili, Director, Inspire Music Academy
Who We Are
Owner Tamriko Siprashvili, an internationally recognized, award-winning concert pianist, founded the Inspire Academy of Music and Arts so that she could share her passion for music and the arts with students of all ages and levels.
A native of the Republic of Georgia, she began playing the piano when she was 3 and was trained at both a special music school for gifted children as well as the Moscow Conservatory of Music where she received her PhD.
Tamriko has gathered an outstanding faculty of like-minded teachers who are united in their goal of inspiring and challenging students to experience the joy of music, develop a lifelong love for the arts, and fully express themselves with musicianship and artistry.
Tamriko is a Steinway Artist.
Wikipedia: Tamriko Siprashvili
Carmen Milagro interview with Ms. Siprashvili, Nov. 20, 2009: