Emma Cook

15 Myrtle St.
Burlington, VT, 05401

231-631-3921

emmacookmusic@gmail.com

http://www.ecookmusic.com

Offering lessons for the beginning piano player, (all ages!), the budding songwriter, or vocalists looking for self-accompaniment improvement on guitar or piano.  Our work together will focus on developing a sense of musicality and becoming familiar with music theory.  Together we’ll explore musical patterns, dexterity, and concepts that will serve you throughout a musical life!

BA Minor in Music from the University of Vermont, focusing on vocal and piano performance.

 

 

Daniel Bruce

120 Quaker Hill Rd.
East Montpelier, VT 05651

(802) 839-9067

dbrew99@aol.com

Experienced concert pianist and conductor, teaches students of all ages and ability levels.  I have taught and performed for over 30 years, and am comfortable with many different styles of music, from Beethoven to Chick Corea to Billy Joel.

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.

 

 

Johanna Taylor

16 Packard Road
Jericho, VT 05465

(802) 760-8244

johanna.taylor@gmail.com

Johanna Taylor is currently accepting students ages 6-adult and is based in Burlington, VT.  She has a B.M. in Violin with an emphasis in Pedagogy.  Her senior recital was a combination of violin and viola and she has studied cello as well.  She is Suzuki certified through book 4, though combines a mix of traditional and Suzuki methods in her teaching based upon the needs of individual students and her 10+ years of experience.  Johanna taught three levels of orchestras and many private lessons for four years in Germany and is excited to be back in Vermont where she grew up playing violin in the VYOA.  She currently plays in the Burlington Civic Symphony Orchestra.