Evelynn Brogan Music Studio

Evelynn Brogan Music Studio

5.0 (5)
40 employees
12 years in business

About this pro

Evie's goal for all her students is to help them realize their fullest potential in whatever musical skills they choose to pursue. She uses positive encouragement to help build each students' confidence in their voice, or violin playing while building skills of determination and perseverance that can be used anywhere in life. Each student will learn the proper technique needed for their instrument of choice, as well as basic music theory, and how to express musicality.

Evie holds a Bachelor Degree in Music with a concentration in Vocal Studies from Gordon College, studying classical vocal technique under Susan Brooks. She has been playing violin since she was three years old, studying with Kathy Charlestream, David Tasgal, and Janet Packer. Having over ten years of teaching experience, Evie specializes in vocal instruction for beginning to advanced singers, and violin instruction from beginning to intermediate-advanced levels.

Evie was a co-founder of North County Music in Gardner, MA, where she co-directed the Junior and Senior Youth String Orchestras, Youth Choir and teaches Music Theory, Music History and Appreciation classes. Evie has a passion for music education, and encourages everyone to find their voice through music.

I love being able to empower students in their pursuit of something they love. Seeing a student find the confidence to sing or play violin or cello is one of the most enriching experiences as a teacher. 

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Hubbardston, MA 01452
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5 Reviews


  • Aidan Z

    She is a thorough and encouraging teacher. She has a kind manner while giving me the push I need to learn new techniques. I like that she is so approachable. It is easy to ask her a question. She gives great explanations.

  • Jess&Mike Shear

    Evie is great with our three kids (ages 8-12, ranging from beginner to advanced), and they have all loved working with her for the last three or four years - she makes music fun and engaging for all of them, even our youngest (beginner violin/orchestra), while teaching the advanced technical points to the older kids (advanced violin / orchestra, occasionally voice).  The kids look forward to their weekly lessons and have been known to fight over who gets a bonus lesson when she has an open spot adjacent to ours in the schedule.  She quickly established a great rapport with the kids and guides them to assessing their own musicality while pushing them to continuously improve.  Her accessibility and technical knowledge accompanied by her positive personality make her an invaluable role model and teacher for our kids for which we will be forever grateful.

  • Omshreya Swain

    She creates a welcoming environment where you are eager to learn and develop your instrument. As someone who struggles with singing in front of people and gets stage fright, I feel comfortable in our lessons and have found myself improving a lot!

  • Sabina

    Evelynn has been flexible and quick to accommodate online lessons during the pandemic. My daughter Maya has autism and loves Evie as she is warm and caring. Maya's love for the violin has been increasing and so have her skills. It is sometimes not easy to learn virtually, especially for special need children, but Evie has been excellent at it.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I start by getting to know the student and why they've decided to persue the skills they chose. The first few lessons will be about getting to know basic techique for producing a good sound. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Each lesson is $25 per half hour, paid monthly. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all types of students, from young children aged 5 up to adults of all ages. I have enjoyed working with beginners, and experienced players and singers, helping them reach higher potential in themselves as musicians. 

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