Love Nurtured Music Studio

Love Nurtured Music Studio

5.0
2 employees
17 years in business

About this pro

Our goal is to foster a community of learning, love, appreciation and respect for music, and to promote early childhood intellectual, cultural and character development through the teaching philosophy of Talent Education.

We provide Suzuki violin lessons to children and adults, starting at three years old.

With the Suzuki Method, your child can successfully learn to play the violin beautifully by listening, imitating, and repeating sounds, just as we learn to talk.

In order to do this, we create a partnership between the teacher, parent, and child, inspiring a fine musical ear, self-confidence, and a lifelong love of music.

The highest standards of music teaching, violin technique, performance, musicality, and enjoyment.

We have a great commitment to the Suzuki Method philosophy, quality of instruction, and the highest standards of professionalism, with more than 25 years of experience and proven success in music performance and teaching young children.

Suzuki Teachers’ Pledge:

  • We realize that every child has the opportunity to realize unlimited possibilities through early education
  • As dedicated and responsible teachers, we will help develop this ability
  • We will continue to reflect and concentrate on the best methods for teaching
  • We solemnly affirm that we will keep this promise as a Suzuki Method Teacher, and always do our utmost for our common purpose of educating the children of the world. 

I am passionate about helping my students learn the discipline needed to achieve great skills in playing the violin while also creating an atmosphere of fun.

With my extensive experience (25+ years) as a professional violinist and a Registered Suzuki Violin Specialist I offer lessons, from beginner to advanced, at my Northeast Dallas studio. 

In addition to performing and conducting, I enjoy sharing my life with Suzuki families, and offering my depth of knowledge to my students, while helping their parents to continue supporting their learning.

The Suzuki Philosophy

Dr. Shinichi Suzuki believed two main ideas about the natural development of language, which he realized could also be applied to musical education. This influenced his creation and implementation of the Suzuki Method:

  • Children learn to speak by being immersed in the language-filled environment around them.
  • By receiving the proper encouragement and nurturing, children imitate what they hear.

For young children, The Suzuki approach is the most natural and simplest method to learning music.

It extends from ear training, and goes beyond the basics to the most intricate aspects of musical expression.

Regardless of your child’s performance level, the principles of the Suzuki Method can bring excitement and progress toward musical excellence.

Suzuki’s influence has personally made me a better teacher by providing me with an extensive variety of performing, conducting and teaching experiences.

My students directly benefit from my experiences by acquiring a solid technical foundation of violin technique, thereby achieving the highest standards of musical performance. 

By working with them, I was given a holistic approach and perspective that creates enthusiasm, excellent music, and fun. 

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Dallas, TX 75243
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I love to meet the families of prospective students in person and see if they can be a good fit for the music program and methods that I use. The reason is: the parents typically need to be involved in the process, too. 

I let them come to the studio and observe other students' lessons before they make a decision. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am an award-winning violinist with more than 20 years of experience performing and teaching young students. 

My students directly benefit from my experiences by acquiring a solid technical foundation of violin technique, thereby achieving the highest standards of musical performance.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all different types of students ages three to ninety-three.