I teach music because not only I love art, but I also enjoy kids. I love interacting with them— kids are happy, fun, witty and I connect easily with them. As for my adult students, I appreciate the enthusiasm they bring to the class because when an adult decides to learn music, they work hard and I find pride and encouragement in their progress and love for the art form.
Oderlyn Gutiez-Bello was born in Havana, Cuba. She began her music studies with piano in 1993 and flute in 1995 at the Guillermo Tomas Conservatory of Music with Professor German Fraga in Cuba. She arrived in the United States in 1998, continuing her music career and obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance Summa Cum Laude in 2006 from the University of Florida through New World School of the Arts College under the instruction of Professor Lillian Santiago-Caballero. Oderlyn graduated in 2009 with a Master in Music Performance from Lynn University, Boca Raton, Florida, under the instruction of New York, Philharmonic flutist Renee Siebert. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education in Leadership and Management at Saint Thomas University.
Ms. Gutiez-Bello is active as an orchestral and chamber music performer. She manages and performs with her music services company, Elegant Musicians, LLC. She performs with the Miami Wind Symphony and serves as a flute/piccolo substitute for the Miami Lyric Opera. Oderlyn teaches humanities at Miami Dade College and flute and piano at the Miami Conservatory of Music.