Ann has 9 years experience teaching all ages and levels and 15 years performing experience. She debuted with the Philadelphia Orchestra at age 10. At the age of 14, Ann was one of the youngest artists ever accepted to Yale University's School of Music. Later that year she appeared on NPR's From the Top to critical acclaim. Ann released her debut album Bach, Schubert, Bruch in 2005.
Corrin is a World Music Fiddler and Classical Violinist. She loves teaching over Skype because she is able to provide good quality violin and fiddle lessons where none are available, and/or the work schedule is so hectic it is hard to find the time for an in-person lesson. She specializes in teaching Classical music through the Suzuki method, and fiddle tunes one by one that are of interest to the student.
Mary (B.Mus, M.Mus) is a violin and viola teacher with more than a decade of experience teaching students of all ages and abilities. She has performed and taught in North and South America, Europe and Asia and is a member of the American String Teachers Association and the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Mary-Elizabeth's lessons are an engaging mix of fun and technique that aim to build a strong musical and technical foundation, and help each student meet his or her goals. Cours disponible en français aussi.
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I have been playing the violin and piano for 14 years and have been teaching for 2 years. I have also performed in piano competitions and have played solo piano with an orchestra. I can teach classical, broadway and pop music from beginner to advanced for both piano and violin. I tailor my lessons uniquely to each of my students. I want my students to enjoy the learning process, which can be difficult sometimes.