I have been immensely blessed by having the violin in my life. I hope that my students can find great reward through playing, practicing, and performing on their instruments. In their own pursuit of excellence, I hope to help guide my students to become the kind of players that they hope to be, in a dynamic and constructive environment.
I am Violin Performance Major currently studying at BYU, and have been teaching and tutoring string players of all ages for a number of years. I teach lessons in Sandy. I am committed to making lessons fun, useful, and affordable.
I am also an avid performer myself, and this past year, I have been awarded the Oscar Valentin Violin Award by the National Federation of Music Clubs, as well as first prize in the Great Composers' Series competition in performances of Prokofiev.
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First time students receive their first lesson free. For beginners, I focus on teaching basics of violin technique, as well as music literacy.
Beginning at the age of 5, I have studied violin with various teachers throughout Utah. Much of my time was spent studying with former Utah Symphony member, Jack Ashton. Currently I am pursuing a degree in violin performace at Brigham Young University, studying with Professor Monte Belknap.
Lessons start at $40/month
I have worked with mostly beginner and intermediate level students from the ages of 8-25. I am open to teaching anyone who is willing to learn, and try my best to cater to each of my students' individual needs.