Tim Swanson

100 Kennedy Drive Apt. 39
South Burlington, Vermont 05403
(802) 373-7223
tbswanson@gmail.com

tbswanson.com

All levels Violin & Viola
All ages taught

Experienced teacher using traditional and Suzuki methods, depending on student. Individual and group lessons.
I am versed in classical, jazz, blues and folk.
Strong understanding of in theory, improvisation, rhythm, harmony.
Sliding scale.

Lydia Lowery Busler

15 Pleasantview Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
www.lydialowerybusler.com, www.tradewindsimprov.com
Improvisant@Gmail.com
(802) 249-8084

Intermediate/Advanced

Hornist/ joyful performance coach LYDIA LOWERY BUSLER began her career performing at age 16 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Lydia has performed with the New York City Ballet, Brooklyn Philharmonic, and has been Principal Horn of the José Limón Dance Company and the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra as well as holding the position of Solo Horn with the Rome Festival Opera. Ms. Busler is Director of Brass at Revels North, and as soloist, improvisationalist and co-founder of the Tradewinds Improv Ensemble, and commissioned composer (ASCAP), she provides workshops and masterclasses coast-to-coast. Lydia is a Siegfried’s Call Artist and member of the Los Angeles Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon awarded to the ACME Hall of Fame of esteemed artists, composers, musicologists, and educators in 2014.

Katie Oprea

300 Birch Way
Bakersfield, VT 05441
802.933.2607
koboern@gmail.com
All levels
A native of St. Albans, Ms. Oprea studied oboe with her father and later joined the Vermont Youth Orchestra, where she performed as a youth soloist with the VYO and VSO. Her principal teachers included Neil Boyer at the University of Southern Maine, Mark Weiger at the University of Iowa and César Ognibene at the Conservatoire National de Région of Lyon, in France. While in Europe, she served as principal oboist with the Romanian State Opera of Timisoara and also appeared with the Timisoara Philharmonic, the Europa Symphony, and the Bolshoi Ballet. Katie is currently principal oboist with the Burlington Chamber Orchestra, Middlebury Opera Company, and is a member of Heliand Consort. She has performed in the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, Burlington Ensemble, and the Vermont Mozart Festival. Ms. Oprea teaches oboe lessons in the Burlington area. Also offering oboe and English horn reeds for beginner through advanced players.

Paul Reynolds

24 Barclay Quarry Rd.
Graniteville, Vermont 05654
(802) 522-0738
pkr10@hotmail.com

wristrascal.com

All levels Viola & Violin
All ages taught

Paul Reynolds was recently appointed visiting assistant Professor at SUNY, Crane School of Music. He has a Masters degree from Rice University and a Bachelors degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music. His students have been accepted at America’s top conservatories as well as some of the best music festivals in the country. He is also the inventor of the patented Wrist Rascal teaching aid which helps to assist developing violinists with their left hand technique. He is a nurturing teacher that believes in developing a very strong foundation from the beginning and has two young daughters who are his pride and joy.

Mia Fritze

802.310.8597
mmfritze@gmail.com


Beginner/intermediate/advanced
BA, music education; MM, horn performance. Member, Burlington Chamber Orchestra. Studios at Elley-Long Music Center at Saint Michael’s College and Monteverdi Music School in Montpelier.

Dayve Huckett

Musician, teacher, dad
802.233.6618
dayvehuckett@hotmail.com
www.dayvehuckett.net

Teaching – All levels, all styles.  Beginners welcome.  Learn to accompany yourself while you sing, songwriting, fingerstyle, read music or by ear.

Studios – Burlington area, Middlebury Community Music Center, Middlebury College, St. Albans

Performing – Guitar player available for events of any kind. Concerts, weddings, corporate events, background music. Also duo with guitar & upright bass.

Bonnie Thurber Klimowski

PO Box 67
Fairfax, VT 05454-0067
802.849.6900
bklimowski@gmail.com


All Levels
Professional cellist – 3 years full time with Orquesta Sinfonica del Estada de Mexico, over 25 years with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, founding member of the Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble, Stringendo String Trio, Frevo, ongoing tours at Vermont schools with the Fiddlesticks String Trio. Educator – degree in Music Education from UVM, Masters degree in Cello Performance from Kent State University in Ohio.