- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I studied viola with a myriad of amazing teachers that really cared about my future.
I have taken many pedagogy classes in college and after.
I LOVE the Suzuki method because it introduces not just technique but how to "make" music. Such as phrasing and dynamics.
I just moved back from Japan after teaching there for 4 years.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
Hello Potential Students,
I am a disabled veteran, military spouse, mother of three children and nature enthusiast.
I studied viola at Boise State University and Psychology at The University of Idaho. I perform regularly with 3 symphonies in the Southeast Virginia area and run a farm.
I mostly teach the Suzuki Method for stringed instruments. I am very flexible, fun, empathic and straightforward.
I am a section violist.
Owner and teacher at a music studio in VA. I teach suzuki violin, viola and cello. I also teach voice lessons and beginner piano to those students.
I taught violin and cello for a teacher that was on maternity leave.
I sang the chorus parts for various operas being performed.
This group performed master works with the Boise Philharmonic.
I worked for a musical instrument shop. We sold stringed family instruments and their accessories. I learned some violin lutherie and how to appraise violin family instruments.
On my off time, I taught violin and viola lessons.
I taught all of the beginner violin students for the studio.
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