This year

Deborah Rambo Sinn hopes to start house concerts in her new city (Post Falls/Coeur d'Alene, Idaho), programs with her students in unusual places, and library events for children. She is passionate about bringing traditional music to nontraditional venues with creative programs. On the menu this year is an evening of fairy tales and piano duets (children) and classical music ala carte (house concerts with appetizers and adult beverages). This fall, she had a blast at Icicle Creek Adult Piano Camp where she had the opportunity to perform duets with Lisa Bergman.

Deborah Rambo Sinn

has played solo recitals, chamber concerts, and concertos with orchestra on four continents, engaging audiences with music that communicates passion and warmth. After teaching music at the university level for fifteen years, she moved to Hamburg, Germany where she played concerts and musicals and operated two music studios for coaching and private instruction. In the 1990s, her cello/piano duo was invited by the government of China to give concerts and masterclasses in four major cities. In addition to a lifetime of playing classical music, she has played for productions of Little Shop of Horrors, Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Wizard of Oz, and The Mikado.


Her teachers have included Menahem Pressler (Beaux Arts Trio), James Tocco, and Leonard Mastrogiacomo. She holds a doctorate and master’s degree in music from Indiana University and an undergraduate degree in music from Florida State University. Before moving to Germany she served on the music faculty at Angelo State University in Texas, taught at Universität Lüneburg as an exchange professor. Additionally, she was an associate instructor at Indiana University while a graduate student. In 2004, she founded the Olympic Music School in Sequim, Washington.


At the piano

with a cup of coffee close by