Only The Best Instructors For Your Instruction

All of our music teachers are background checked and cleared to work with students of all ages and those with special needs. If you would like to know more, please contact us.

Rosalind Hayes

Voice – Piano – Guitar – Ukulele – Music Theory

Rosalind Hayes graduated summa cum laude from Westminster Choir College in Princeton New Jersey, famed for their world renowned choirs and choral conductors.   During this time she had the opportunity to perform in venues such as the Kimmel Center and Carnegie Hall with the world’s leading composers and orchestras.  She has since performed at various small venues and began a work as a private instructor in 2013.  Rosalind also completed a master’s degree in music therapy, receiving her CBMT shortly after graduation and she has had a full range of experience working with children and adults with special needs and learning difficulties. Rosalind teaches piano, voice, guitar and music composition/theory.  She loves the challenge of adapting music lessons to meet the student or toddlers unique learning styles and abilities.

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Emily M. Borus


Emily M. Borus, a native of metro Detroit, Michigan, has been teaching clarinet, saxophone, and flute since 1996.  She possesses a Bachelor of Arts in Clarinet Performance from the University of Michigan and a Post-Bachelor Certification for K-12 Instrumental Music Education from Wayne State University. Her private instructors include Douglas Cornelsen and Theodore Oien from the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Claire Eichhorn from da Camera of Washington, D.C. In addition to teaching private lessons, Mrs. Borus has been serving professionally as a band director and arts administrator.  She held positions in Michigan directing bands at St. Lawrence Catholic School and at Rochester High School. Her professional positions as an arts administrator include working for the Nashville Symphony, Ann Arbor Symphony and Spoleto Festival USA. Besides teaching at Doraymi Lessons, Mrs. Borus serves as the woodwind instructor for the Rochester Conservatory of Music and Evola Music Lessons Studios.

Emily Borus is also a performing musician, serving as the Principal Clarinetist for the Royal Oak Concert Band, an Alto Saxophonist for the Woodward Avenue Jazz Orchestra and is the clarinetist for the woodwind quintet Classic Winds. Mrs. Borus’ teaching style is based on understanding each students’ individual needs, interests and learning style. Her curriculum includes a strong foundation in fundamentals, coupled with ample time to explore chamber music and music that is favored by the student. Every genre from classical to pop to cultural music from around the world is part of learning process. Mrs. Borus is excellent at helping her students understand musicianship, style, and technique and all her students play with a maturity beyond their years and experience.

Mrs. Borus strives in her lessons to share her love of music and instill an enjoyment of playing a musical instrument. Her goal for each student is to find a passion and joy for instrumental music that they can carry with them for the rest of their lives.

Deborah Loach


Deborah Loach has taught private & group percussion lessons for over 20 years. Deborah’s students has been accepted to The Eastman School of Music, The Blair School of Music @ Vanderbilt University, The University of Alabama, & The Florida State University, among others, for percussion music major degrees. Deborah is head of percussion at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, where she teaches collegiate private percussion lessons, & coaches the UAH Percussion Ensemble & UAH Steel Pan Ensemble.

Deborah also performs with the Nashville Symphony (extra percussion), The Mobile Symphony (section percussion) & The Huntsville Symphony (extra percussion).

Deborah also recently started a chamber ensemble, Chamber Happenings, to keep the Arts vital during the Covid-19 pandemic.  Deborah is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music.

Noni Rene

Piano – Voice

Philadelphia-born and New York City-raised musician :Noni Rene produced her own sound of “Grunge-Soul” while a student at Lincoln University.

In June 2014, she released a joint EP with Washington, DC producer NishoSoul, titled “Coming To Paz”. The conceptual Lo-Fi Alternative R&B album is available for streaming and download exclusively at The following summer saw the release of her upbeat single “Good Vibes”.

Noni has opened for Hip Hop legends Big Daddy Kane (2013) and Rakim (2014) at the ODUNDE Festival. In 2014, she was the Viewer’s Choice to open for Tamar Kali and Jessica Care Moore at Bedford Stuyvesant’s STooPS Festival. In 2015 and 2016, :Noni performed as a semi-finalist for the AFROPUNK Battle of the Bands. Also in 2016, :Noni Rene was the runner-up in the Queens Library Battle of the Bands. Since, she has performed concerts at numerous Queens Library locations, and returned to the BOTB twice as a judge.

In 2018 :Noni began performing for Sofar Sounds in multiple cities, and attending The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music.

On March 28, 2019, :Noni Rene recorded an exclusive direct-to-vinyl live session with Leesta Vall Sound Recordings. Also in 2019, she led a US tour titled “The Un:Nōn Tour” (read: “Unknown”).

Currently, she is preparing her upcoming studio release.

“Noni’s songs are very relatable and personable, which allows the audience to get lost in her words as they spiral into a parallel universe also known as the mind of ‘TheVillageKid.'”