Cymber grew up in a musical family, in a musical town – Greeley, Colorado. She lived on the Big Island of Hawai’i for 15 years, and recently returned to her roots in Parker, Colorado. She plays harp and sings professionally.
She was named a Master Teacher at The Music Place, a children’s music school in California. She has completed Level III training of , a body-based singing instruction style. She is also trained in Heart-Based Singing, and Sounding Circles sound healing techniques.
She has won 5 Big Island Music Awards for her harp music, was awarded as a Music Achiever by the National League of American Pen Women. And she has been featured on National Public Radio and Hawai’i Public Radio. She especially enjoys playing the music of Hawai’i’s last monarch, Queen Lili’uokalani.
Her goal is to support children and adults in learning music the way they want. And to help professional musicians make a living while have a good home life in Hawai’i or wherever they live.
For more information, pricing and to schedule a trial lesson, text 808-345-0127 or email RosalaniMusic@gmail.com. Or stop by the studio at Allegro Music, 11280 S Twenty Mile Rd #110, Parker, CO 80134.
The first lesson is always free.