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About Us

Finding Inspiration in Every Note

Welcome to Liberty Hill School of Music! We are thrilled to offer a creative and nurturing environment for children to explore their musical passions. Our experienced and passionate instructors are dedicated to providing the highest quality music education to our students.

At Liberty Hill School of Music, we believe that music education is not just about learning to play an instrument, but also about developing confidence, creativity, and a lifelong love of music. We offer a wide range of lessons for different instruments, so your child can explore their interests and find their own musical voice.


Whether your child is just starting out or is an experienced musician, we welcome all skill levels, beginner through advanced, ages 2 through adults. Join us and discover the joy of making music together!

Meet our Staff

Meet Our Staff

Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

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Ray Cisneros

Hello, my name is Ramon! Music has been a passion of mine since I can remember! I specialize in piano, saxophone and music production, but have experience with a variety of instruments. Currently, I am pursuing a Bachelor’s in Music Education. I have been giving private lessons to students for about a year now and enjoy seeing how my students’ passion and skills grow.


I’m happily married with my wife Bianca. Together we have two dogs, two cats, one snake and a ferret! When I’m not practicing or teaching music I enjoy hikes, fishing trips and anything outdoors.



Tammy Ramalho

Tammy was born and raised in London, Kentucky. There she started studying piano at the age of 8 and took lessons through high school. Tammy transitioned to playing clarinet in Middle School. Much of Tammy's Middle School experience involved marching band competitions. In high school, Tammy received the John Phillip Sousa National Band and the Semper Fidelis Music and Leadership Awards. She is a graduate of the University of the Cumberlands Williamsburg, KY where she majored in music performance with certifications in clarinet, vocals, and piano. She minored in Elementary Education. For over 23 years, Tammy has been teaching private applied music lessons. She holds a MusikGarten certification and has used that to teach children of all ages basic music appreciation and concepts. Prior to moving to Texas Tammy was involved in the London, KY community orchestra and volunteered for many years to play piano for local weddings and church groups. With her background in childhood education, Tammy has many years of experience in working with kids with disabilities as well.  



Tommy Williams

Tommy has been playing since he was 12 and is self taught. He regularly performs, and regularly creates produced music from an array of instruments. He is a studio artist, a live performer, and he loves conveying the passion of the gift he's been given to others who share it! His roots with guitars goes deep, as his grandpa makes acoustic guitars, and is a big influence in why he makes music. He is very comfortable with playing with a click, Nashville number system, and circle of fifths, he has learned the core music theory knowledge through pushing himself in his craft. He is excited to teach and be a part of our team!

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Mary Kelly

Mary has been singing and playing piano since she was five years old! She has a Bachelor in Music Education with a vocal emphasis and has been teaching music for over 10 years from General Music in the public schools to private piano and voice lessons. Mary’s teaching style is a blend of FUN and technical training that center on growing confidence in her students. Lessons are tailored to suit each student’s particular strengths and goals.

Her experience ranges from musical theater, show choir, classical choir, madrigals to singing in a band setting. She is happily married to her husband, George and together they have two children, two cats and a dog! When not in the studio, Mary can be found singing and playing keyboard, taking long hikes and traveling!

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Kim Feinauer

Major Kim Feinauer is a versatile musician with teaching and performing background in voice, wind instruments (brass, woodwind, and flutes) and keyboards. He plays recorders with
Lauda Musicam of Austin, E-flat tenor horn with the Austin Brass Band, sings tenor with The Salvation Army’s Territorial Staff Songsters, and provides piano accompaniment to local choirs
and music theater groups.

He and his wife moved to Liberty Hill, Texas in June 2019 to be near family after thirty years of service throughout the southeastern United States as a minister in The Salvation Army.
During that time, he played in its renowned brass bands, including the National Capital Band. He served on the faculty of the Evangeline Booth College, where he taught brass and piano and provided piano accompaniment to the college Songsters.

Now he devotes much of his time to practicing and teaching the piano. In addition to playing a wide variety of church styles, he enjoys many genres--Irish and Celtic, ragtime, popular, and

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Anton Mejias

Anton is a devoted husband, father, and drummer of 17 years. As a Georgia native, he played in many church, school, and recreational bands. Now that he's in Texas, he is ready to pass along his years of drumming knowledge to those that are interested in becoming percussionists.


Outside of giving drum lessons, Anton enjoys spending time with his wife and kids, reading, hiking, and attending Fellowship Church.


Dance/Admin Assistant

Dakota Crews

Dakota is a senior at Glenn High School in Leander where she is a Sr. Lieutenant of the Guardians Dance Team. Dakota teaches our recreational dance classes we offer at Liberty Hill School of Music.

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Stacey Gomez

Stacey attended Sam Houston State University and UT-Pan American, and eventually graduated from Lamar University. She has been teaching piano in the central Texas area for over 20 years. She taught elementary and middle school public education for just 10 yeras before returning to her passion for teaching piano to kids and adults full time. 

Most recently, Stacey was given the opportunity to open and operate the Liberty Hill School of Music near downtwon Liberty Hill. 

Stacey is married to her husband, Marc, and has 2 grown kids. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. 

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