Hear and create
a beautiful sounding future
Suzuki Method and traditional study
in Longmont, Colorado
I am one of the lucky ones who had music instilled in my life from a very young age. Blessed with an enthusiastic Suzuki teacher and a great support system, my violin practice was something that never relinquished. I believe that it was music that taught me a sense of discipline and how to focus, and because of this, my life is more vibrant. To inspire a lifelong love for music in my students brings me deep joy - and to spark a love for learning illuminates their whole world.
Come play and discover the magic!
Why learn music?
Music is one of the most potent forces known to man. It is arguably the most primitive, all-inclusive ways to communicate - while at the same time, one of the most divine acts to perform or witness. But to keep grounded here, the goal of learning an instrument is not mastery. Rather, learning and practicing music is like shedding light on the deepest, most complex parts of our brain that might otherwise go unexplored.
My job as a music teacher is to find what motivates, entertains and encourages each mind, and navigate a learning route from there. Students of this studio will be exposed to creative ways to exercise their ability to focus, their aural skills and coordination, while expanding their emotional literacy and ability to express themselves. If we foster a love for music by way of lessons, then I am elated. But if our studio realizes that through music, we can cultivate a sense of community, and help those be a more caring, empathetic part of society: I consider that a substantial accomplishment.
For New Students
Head spinning with all there is to get your kiddo start playing?
See what is considered essential for the first lesson, along with brand recommendations/ options for first-year tools.
Studio Policy Agreement
For New Students
Welcome to our studio!
Please fill out before our first lesson, and feel free to revisit for any guidelines regarding things such as attendance, or expectations of students and parents.
For All Students
A dynamic list of all things violin!
local and online shops
youth orchestras and summer programs
websites to explore
Upcoming Local Performances
Your personal invitation for inspiration.
Stay tuned for concert dates of the upcoming 2020-2021 season!
Past Concert: Beethoven and Schubert
February 29th and March 1st, 2020
Come witness a lesser known live performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 and Schubert's Symphony No. 5. Performance is at the Longmont Museum and ticket comes with a complimentary glass of wine post-performance.
Past Concert: The Force of Destiny
February 15, 2020
An evening in the Vance Brand Auditorium featuring the violinist Andrew Swords showcasing the Chaconne Red Violin, also a performance of Verdi's La Forza Del Destino alongside the Longmont Youth Orchestra, and also Resphighi's The Pines of Rome.
Past: Family Concert
January 18th, 2020
A must-see performance made to entertain audience members of all ages! Come experience the stories of Saint-Saens' The Carnival of Animals and the classic Peter and the Wolf, narrated by Amber Salaz, accompanied by the orchestra. Guaranteed to keep you laughing and at the edge of your seat!
728 Mt. Evans St