Cody Weinmann is a composer and pianist who’s originally from Reno Nevada. He moved to California with his family in 1998.
Cody plays and writes for many genres including solo pieces, band and orchestral works, choral works and sacred and church music. He is a big lover of big sound textures, especially piano concertos or orchestral pieces with a piano feature. He has perfect pitch and synesthesia—the ability to see colors with pitches.
Cody has degrees in Piano Performance, Music Composition and Music Technology with honors from California State San Bernardino. He was an Honorable Mention in the 2010 BMI Student Composer Competition for his work entitled “Mary—Prelude for Band in D Minor.” Since then, he has been feverishly writing pieces in many different instrumentations for different competitions over the years. This has culminated in the brilliant reading of one of his sacred SATB choral works entitled “Come Near to God.”
Cody’s goals for teaching include teaching people of all abilities the power and fun in music. He tailors lessons to the student’s individual needs. He teaches them note and sight reading along with improvisation. He also has five years teaching students with disabilities as well and nurtures the student’s strengths to keep them going.