Kindness. Encouragement. Finding and Nurturing Each Student’s Individual Ability. Demonstrating High Standards. A Systematic Approach to Discovering the Wonder of Music, Art and Culture through the Violin
Finding a violin teacher can be an adventure. Comfort with the teacher and studio while getting the level of challenge best for the individual student where they are now are both essential. It helps me to know about where students are in their violin journey. Let me know where you heard about our studio, how long the student has played, what level, learning preferences, etc. After receiving an initial email from the contact form, we’ll set up a phone call and talk for about 20 minutes to get to know one another before setting up lessons. There are many wonderful teachers- it’s good to find the right match
Please pay before the lesson begins; before the 1st lesson for packages
A package of four 1 hour lessons $260
Four 45 minute lessons $200
Four 30 minute lessons $140
Single lessons 1 hour $75, 45 minutes $60, 30 minutes $45
Cash, checks, PayPal and Zelle are accepted
Updated COVID-19 policy May 15, 2023
Now that the state of emergency for COVID-19 has been lifted, masks are optional at in person lessons. I will wear a mask if a student or family requests and those attending in person lessons will wear one if asked if the need arises in the future. There is no longer a vaccination requirement.
If a student is sick, please stay home! Students who may be contagious and feel well enough for a lesson may have a Zoom lesson. Zoom lessons will continue for any student who wants them. Online lessons are strongly encouraged for those who otherwise would travel long distances and when there is weather that makes driving difficult or hazardous.
Attendance Policy for in person and Zoom students
If there are schedule changes needed, let me know at least 24 hours in advance; a week is preferred. If a student is too ill or injured to go to school, camp, or work the day or week before the lesson, please let me know ASAP. It’s likely that the student will need the next day to recover. I will do the same for my students. If I know the day before the lesson, a make up lesson can be scheduled. If the student is recovered enough to play, a Zoom lesson may be possible.