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We have pioneered a natural living community center for families in Spokane, WA, since 2012 when we opened Bella Cova. Today, we are still dedicated to nurturing and empowering young families with quality parenting resources, quality early education, outstanding green-friendly and sustainable living products, and rebuilding the village mentality in our community! 

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(509) 624-NEST (6378)
spokanenest@gmail.com
3324 S. Grand Blvd.
Spokane, WA 99203

Suzuki Violin Group Class

Welcome to Suzuki Violin! We offer 1hr group classes for ages 2yrs-11yrs, and private lessons for violin and piano!  

We are currently offering these classes: 

Wednesdays 12:30pm (Ages 2-6yrs w/ parent)

Thursdays 3:30pm (Ages 7-11yrs parent optional)

Private 30min Lessons at The Nest:

Wednesdays 9:30am-12:30pm and 1:30-2:30pm,

Thursdays 1pm-3:30pm and 4:30pm-6:30pm

The Suzuki Method encourages children to begin learning instruments at a very young age, and encourages frequent playing in groups in a more natural and enjoyable setting. Introducing the violin! Collaboration and mutual encouragement for those of every ability and every level! Try a class for FREE!

Things to bring:

Violin.  Please check out my article on buying yourself or your child an instrument before making any purchasing decisions. The instrument you buy will make a difference in the future of your musical journey. I do offer evaluations services free of charge to my students and am happy to be contacted if you are looking for a second opinion concerning an instrument. For local options, please visit Hoffman Music at 1430 N Monroe Avenue, in Spokane.

Hannah Flaherty

Hannah Elizabeth studied under Rhonda Marsh, from 2003-2009 as a private student. Rhonda Marsh has been Concertmaster of the Golden Valley Symphony, Minneapolis, 1st violinist with the Maestroso Quartet, and 1st violinist with Nutcracker Orchestra. Rhonda Marsh’s melodic tone, delicate handling of the bow, and professional performance continues to influence Hannah in her teaching style today.

Hannah Elizabeth also performed in the Tacoma Youth Symphony under Dr. Cobbs and carried out an intense performing schedule between 2003-2009, including street performances in Seattle’s iconic Pike’s Market and appearances at Naval Hospital Bremerton.She continued her string studies under Dr. Phillip Baldwin, Director of of String Studies, at Whitworth University from 2009-2014.

 

Phone: (360) 471-2783

Email: hannahestudio@gmail.com
Website:  www.hannahelizabethstudio.wordpress.com

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