A native of Italy, Daniela Ginatempo O'Reilly lived in Puerto Rico since 2004 and moved to Los Angeles in 2016. She joined the University of Puerto Rico in 2009, where she spent two years studying foreign languages and taking music courses with her piano professor Félix Rivera. O'Reilly moved to the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico in 2011, and completed a bachelor's degree in Piano Performance, under the tutelage of the same teacher. She accompanied other instrumentalists and participated in ensembles of chamber music, and even collaborated with the Orchestra of the UPRRP and Orchestra of the Conservatory of Music.
She is certified to teach the Suzuki method, which she taught as a piano teacher at the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico and has extensive experience teaching pianists of all ages. She has an ongoing passion to share her knowledge and love for music, and helps her students to achieve their best. She has taught Classical, Pop, Rock and Contemporary music.
Some of her favorite composers are: J. S. Bach, S. Rachmaninoff, R. Schumann, S. Prokofiev, D. Shostakovich, Béla Bartók, Nobuo Uematsu, David Buckley, Yhann Tiersen and many more.