AUSTA String Teacher Profiles

Ms Margaret Hoban

I have a large private studio, Teaching violin mostly but also teach cello and viola with links to teachers in Hobart to make a smooth transition to advanced studies for students on these two instruments. I am conductor of a community orchestra with 3 orchestras and director of a string camp held in January each year which has around 150 students spread over 4 orchestras.

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Mrs Samantha Penny

I teach Violin and Viola, with over 10 years experience. I am also a woodwind teacher (bassoon and flute).

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SA
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Ms Julienne WebbView MoreSA
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Miss Diana Mitchell

Accredited Teacher

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Ms Gabrielle Scherrer

Extensive experience in private and school teaching. Former violinist in European orchestras

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SA
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Mr David Sue YekView MoreQLD
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Gloria Desouza

Experience as a performer (solo, chamber music, orchestral), as a conductor (instrumental and choral) and as a music educator. Coach students for music eisteddfods and music exams. Also arrange/compose music as required.

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ACT
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Ms Catherine Milligan

Highly experienced teacher from beginner through to tertiary level, in Australia and Europe. Experience as a performer (solo, chamber and orchestral) and as a conductor. Current AMEB examiner. Former editor of AUSTA journal “Stringendo”. Registered teacher with QLD College of Teachers. Member of MTAQ.

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QLD
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Mr Braxton Neate

It is my belief that well grounded and solid technique is an essential foundation for enjoyable and rewarding musical experiences. For this reason I am totally committed to dealing systematically and creatively with the technical issues of ‘cello playing. In addition, I ensure that my students understanding of music theory, history and aural skills are expanded alongside their instrumental development, as all these elements are inseparably linked. But most importantly I strive to develop a life long love of music in my students. My teaching method is built upon French School and Suzuki Method, in conjuction with up-to-date pedagogical research….

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QLD
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Mrs Courtenay Lind

I enjoy teaching young people to play to a high standard through music that speaks to them. I am happy to provide fun goals for those wishing to play for leisure, but encourage my students to sit for AMEB exams when possible, and study music theory concurrently with their performance. I am a qualified performer and have been teaching for over 15years. I have a Bachelor and Masters in music performance (cello) from UQ, have studied at the Australian National Academy in Melbourne, and also have AMusA and LMusA qualifications on piano (which I also teach), and so regularly accompany…

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QLD
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Mrs Alicia Ninnes

Also teaching beginner to intermediate viola and beginner cello. No spaces currently available (2011). Expressions of interest will be placed on a waiting list for 2012.

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QLD
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Mr Michael Spiller

Also like teaching viola and can teach cello to grade 5 AMEB.

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Ms Cara TaggartView MoreQLD
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Ms Catherine ErbacherView MoreQLD
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Ms Cathrine UptonView MoreQLD
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Ms Margaret Caley

Individual violin and viola lessons. Workshops, ensemble tutorials and consultations on baroque style and performance.

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QLD
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Mrs Caryn EastmanView MoreQLD
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Mr Keith Sharp

Keith Sharp teaches strings at The Gap High SS, The Gap SS and Ashgrove SS; he also conducts workshops and composes educational string works. His wife, Natalie, (details listed here) teaches violin and viola privately and at BGGS.

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QLD
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Mr Michael PattersonView MoreQLD
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Mrs Cherie Deacon

Cherie currently teaches at St Peters Lutheran College as a violin/viola teacher. She teaches all levels and works closely with her husband – David Deacon to develop students to their full potential.

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