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Angel V

Angel V

Instruments:

All methods, including Suzuki.

Natalie F

Natalie F

Instruments:

Many years of teaching has allowed to me to develop my own style and philosophy of teaching that works within the capabilities of every student. Each student has different needs, requirements, strengths and weaknesses all of which I focus on, mold and develop in a tailored way in order to help them meet their musical goals. I endevour to use a variety of material to teach all of my students ranging from Suzuki repertoire for the young students, to studies, etudes and repertoire with a heavy focus on the pedagogical teachings of Ivan Galamian for the older students.  Each student, no matter the age will learn music theory and performance techniques with a solid level of fundamentals to build their musical skills on.

Susanna J

Susanna J

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I have a Master's degree in viola performance from University of Maryland, and a Bachelor's of Music from Indiana University. As a multi-faceted musician, I have taught students of all ages and performed in chamber music ensembles and orchestras in Indiana, Tennessee, and all over the east coast in venues such as the Kennedy Center in D.C., the Levitt Pavilion in Westboro, Conn., and Spectacle Island in the Boston Harbor. I am also passionate about international travel and collaboration- in 2013 and 2014 I traveled to teach and perform in San Salvador, El Salvador as part of a fellowship with the non-profit MusAid. Teaching is a very important part of my life and career, as I consider it to be the most valuable way to connect with others and work with children and adult students to develop a joy and passion for music. 

Alexis C

Alexis C

Instruments:

I use different methods depending on each student. 

Molly F

Molly F

Instruments:

I began teaching when I was a freshman in High School and I continued with a full-time load of students throughout all four years because of how much I loved it! Eventually adding some beginner adult students into my rotation of kids as well! I taught a few college level students throughout my college years whenever I could and took on summer students during my breaks! Now that I am done with college I am very excited to begin teaching students of all ages again and sharing my love and appreciation of music with them.

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