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Violin & Viola Lessons with Eva

Eva Dunian received Bachelor of Music in Violin and Viola Performance and Master of Arts at the Catholic University of America.  She studied the violin with Jody Gatwood, the viola with Richard Field at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and both instruments with Ricardo Cyncynates, who is the Assistant Concertmaster at the National Symphony Orchestra.

She played for years with Maryland Symphony Orchestra and free-lanced with Fleur-de-lis String Quartet in Washington, DC area and in Italy.

She attended master classes and workshops with legendary violin teachers Kato Havas, John Kendall, and Rebecca Henry.  She also taught the violin and viola for ten years at the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC.                                                                                                                                                                  

She loves teaching children as well as adults.  She has been described by her students and their parents as a fun, approachable, and challenging teacher.

~Violin lessons with Eva~

I started playing the violin a little over a year ago?the first time I played a note was in a lesson with Eva. Throughout the past year she has been extremely patient and reassuring. She does a great job of ensuring technical proficiency while still making it fun and encouraging a passion for playing music. Lessons can be tailored to the types of music you want to play, and to your specific strengths and weaknesses. We?ve played everything from folky fiddle songs to classical duets in the past year. I have really loved having Eva as a violin teacher. She goes above and beyond?if I have a question or issue while practicing during the week, she is always willing to help and advise. I really cannot recommend her enough.  ~ Isadora D. (student)

 

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When I have a student get excited about our lessons it really makes me happy inside to know that I can bring other people joy, especially, through music! I've had many tips given to me from my students over the years as a thank you to me for all they have learned from our lessons. I've received gifts that have ranged from money to books and more and I am so grateful for all. Just recently, I was given a guitar as a thank you from one of my jazz guitar students, Matthias. How cool is that?! (it's the cream guitar on the right).

Check out Matthias' band, Indyus. His music will definitely get you going!

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Scale Practice in the Mornings with David

Looking to practice your scales, arps, and/or sight reading?  Practice guitar with our teacher, David, every morning Monday through Friday at 10AM.  If you'd like to meet earlier that can be arranged, too.  This is not a lesson, but a practice session.  $10 if you pay-as-you-go or $40 if you meet everyday of the week.  All stringed instrumentalists are welcome!

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We know how it can be to be a parent or spouse waiting for your child or loved one to take a lesson.  For your comfort, David, offers free Starbucks coffee and free WiFi at his music studio so that you can relax with your iPad or laptop while you wait.  For $2 you can get a fresh vege and/or fruit juice to help you think more clearly during your lesson. For the mom's that are waiting for their children to take a lesson we also offer mini ice cream for those that would like to indulge for only $2.  What's your favorite ice cream?