Teaching music brings me great joy because I get to witness curiosity and passion and tangible success in my students every day!
“Anna was very patient and encouraging with the intellectual and physical challenges of learning violin. Our 6 year old daughter looks forward to her weekly violin lessons.”
“Stevie has been a student of Anna’s for about a year and it is so wonderful to see the progress over that time. Anna is a dedicated and warm teacher and guide. She and Stevie have developed their own relationship and that works to encourage growth and accountability. Highly recommend.”
“I loved taking lessons with Anna. She was so patient with me and really took a holistic approach to my learning needs. It’s quite challenging learning a new instrument as an adult but she made the process so pleasant. She is very adaptable and looks at everything in the equation of your personal learning style.”
“Anna is a great viola teacher and is extremely patient. She helps me make sure that I have good positioning, before moving on to more difficult things. She is very considerate and can match anyone’s needs. I am very lucky to have her as a viola teacher.”
All lessons will be tailored to your individual skill level and musical interests.
I'm a Berklee College of Music alum, and have decades of experience as a professional violinist.
$45 for a 30 minute lesson (recommended for young beginners)
$55 for a 45 minute lesson (recommended for young intermediate students, and adult beginners)
$65 for a 60 minute lesson (recommended for adults with some experience, and any advanced students)
I love inspiring others to find passion in whatever they're doing. Teaching violin and viola was a natural fit for me, because I've been a lifelong violinist and truly enjoy sharing my skills with others. I find so much joy in watching others learn and seeing them succeed!
I have worked with students of all ages and from many walks of life.
Find a teacher who sparks the joy of music in you. Learning takes discipline, but it should also be fun!
It's good to consider beforehand how much you can realistically commit to practicing. Remember that frequency is more important than the length of the practice session. Even five minutes a day in the beginning can move you forward leaps and bounds, making your investment in lessons really pay off!
Students must come with their own instrument. If you have any questions about how/where to obtain one, I'm happy to help.