Cleo Flemming

33 Crombie St.
Burlington, VT 05401

cleo.flemming71@gmail.com

603-831-3789

BA in Classical Music Performance UVM 2017.  Taught the after school cello program at Edmunds school and currently teach private lessons out of the Burlington Music Dojo.  She is currently accepting beginner through intermediate students ages 5 and up.

 

Kate Stein

91 Morrill Dr.
Burlington, VT, 05408

802-860-6383

katesteinbsn@gmail.com

I earned a degree in music education from the University of New Hampshire.  I began teaching private lessons while in college and now have over 25 years experience teaching bassoon.  I enjoy working with students to find their inner bassoonist!  It has been a joy to watch students play in the VYOA and move to college and then continue as adults.

Lessons are designed for the individual and their needs.  More advanced students have the option of learning to make reeds.

 

 

Holly Thistle

220 C West St.
Winooski, VT 05404
hollyjthistle at gmail.com

 

Holly Thistle is currently accepting students ages 5-adult.  She was raised on the Suzuki Method and has registered Adult Teacher training through Volume 8.  She has performed in various symphony orchestras for 35 years.  Holly enjoys teaching young children, teens, and adults and enjoys preparing students for Auditions.  She also performs Celtic style “fiddle” as a duo w/ guitar and in a Celtic Band, and teaches Celtic style.  Holly has been teaching since 1986 in private studios as well as in group classes at private and in public schools.

Celtic Band Available for Hire- (Violin, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Bodhran, Vocals)

Free Lance Violinist- (Esp. Classical, Celtic, Rock), Musical Theater, Opera, and Recording Projects

Clayton Hamilton

52 Institute Rd
Burlington, VT 05408
mr.claytonhamilton@gmail.com
Master of Music in Saxophone Performance from New England Conservatory.  Studied under Ken Radnofsky, Dr. Chisato Eda Marling, and Demetrius Spaneas.  Experience with all saxophones in audition preparation and classical studies.

Joshua Thompson

jthompson885@gmail.com
518-332-1620

Joshua Thompson is currently on the faculty of Castleton University and University of Vermont as horn instructor. He also teaches applied conducting and conducts the wind ensemble at Castleton University. He completed graduate studies at the Hartt School and undergraduate studies at the College of Saint Rose. An active performer in the Northeastern United States, he is the 2011 winner of the Northeast Horn Workshop solo competition. Joshua has recorded with Johnny Vic and Naxos records, founded Gloversville Community Music, and started “Chamber Music at the Chamber”, a 2017 Saratoga Arts grant recipient.

Chris Stork

160 Holt Rd.
Plainfield, Vermont 05667
(802) 522-2606
chrisstork21@gmail.com

All levels Violin
All ages taught

A bit about myself:

Education:
1. Undergraduate degree in Violin McGill University
2. Honors Student Mannes School of Music in NYC
3. Centre d’Arts Orford
4. Domaine Forget International Music Festival

Teaching Experience:
1. 6 Years Private Studio – Violin Teacher
2. Montpelier Chamber Orchestra – Sectional Coach

I studied with the teaching assistant of Ivan Galamian, Miss Sally Thomas, for six years so my teaching method is solidly grounded in Galamian pedagogy. A method that encourages students with principles and guidelines, rather than rules and regulations. I also have experience with the RCM curriculum and teaching in the Suzuki Method.

Gretchen Owens

24 Margaret St.
Essex, VT 05452
(802) 399-4366
gobluebird@gmail.com
All Levels – Oboe
BA in Music Performance, Syracuse University; studied with Phil MacArthur and Burt Lucarelli. 20 years of teaching and performing experience. Teaching out of home studio in Essex.