Kelleher Violin studio - online lessons 

For now, music lessons will be offered online only via FaceTime or Skype. It's a great way to keep students engaged in playing their instrument!  Careful one-on-one instruction is offered and detailed notes will be sent to each student after the lesson.  To enrich the online learning experience, I suggest recording a "performance" video for review by both the student and teacher (optional).  As needed, I will provide helpful online videos to supplement the lesson.  Information about online group lessons will be available soon.  Topics may include music theory, vibrato, bow strokes, and shifting, in addition to peer performance opportunities.  

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 About My Studio:

Karin teaches violin and viola students from beginners to advanced players. She believes in nurturing the whole student to become more thoughtful and independent, working to enrich lives and intellect through music.

Kelleher Violin Studio generally accepts beginner to advanced students that are 7 years and older, with exceptions for younger students who are already established and ready for the next step.  Private lessons, chamber music coaching, master classes, audition prep, and performance opportunities are offered. 

For further information, please contact: 

Karin Kelleher 

About Karin

Kelleher Violin/Viola Studio - Private Teacher, 35 years +

Certificate for Outstanding Teaching - Kenosha Unified Schools, Kenosha WI

Adjunct Professor of Violin - University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha WI  

Adjunct Professor of Violin/Chamber Music - Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington IL 

University of Cincinnati CCM - M.M. Candidate in Violin Performance  

Illinois State University - B.M. Violin Performance, Magna cum Laude  

The Juilliard School - Starling-DeLay Symposium on Violin Studies, New York NY 

Indiana University - Retreat for Violin and Viola Teachers, Bloomington IN 

Workshop with Kurt Sassmannshaus - Certificate to Teach the Sassmannshaus Method 

Member of the American String Teachers Association