The Ina Strings Studio offers Suzuki and traditional violin and viola lessons for students of all ages.
Lessons are available online, or in person at locations on the East and West sides of Madison.
I offer weekly individual lessons geared for each student's age, ability, and goals. Lessons are available at two locations in Madison, Wisconsin: on the east side on Richard St, and on the west side on Seybold Rd. I also provide online lessons on request.
My approach to teaching is a unique blend of my own European and American education, mixed with principles of the Suzuki philosophy and Paul Rolland teaching. I draw upon many years of experience as a teacher and a performer to apply a variety of music and teaching tools that help each student achieve their best potential.
I am passionate about teaching, and feel that a friendly, personalized learning environment is important. My emphasis is on developing essential instrumental skills, such as proper posture, technique, beautiful tone, and musicianship. The ultimate goal is for each student to become not only a good musician but also a well-rounded person by learning character-building skills including discipline, time management, independent thinking, patience, and self-esteem.
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Bulgarian-born violist Ina Georgieva has taught violin and viola privately for over 10 years. She holds bachelor's degrees in viola performance from the National Academy of Music (Bulgaria) and Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt–Weimar (Germany), and a master's degree from Texas Christian University (USA).
Ina received her training in the Suzuki method at the American Suzuki Institute with Nancy Lokken and Beth Titterington, and at the Los Angeles Suzuki Institute with Liz Arbus. She has also done pedagogy work at Indiana University with Mimi Zweig.
To request private lessons, you may contact me using the form below or by calling me directly at 608.571.9616.
I'm also available to perform at events, such as festivals and weddings. Inquiries are welcome.