Violin, Viola, cello, harp
Whether you're dreaming of becoming the next Lindsey Stirling or Yo-Yo Ma, or you're just looking for a great hobby to help you process your Sherlockian work life; you will greatly benefit from a strong, methodical, music foundation. You won't find any Suzuki books here. But whether you want to fiddle, play polka cello, classical repertoire, read music, learn by ear, improvise, or theorize: you've come to the right place.
Mariah McCammond picked up her first instrument, the violin, at the age of 9. Coming from a traditional classical background, with private instruction from some of Tucson’s best, including Anna Gendler of the Moscow Conservatory of Music; she now pursues her passions for Classical, Avant-garde, American and European folk music. Performing regularly in a wide variety of groups and settings. Her teaching style focuses on old world classical foundations with heavy emphasis on music theory and ear training. “I believe that every student has a different path to success and it is a great joy for me to nurture each individual’s gifts in order to help them discover that path.” Mariah has been teaching since 2010.
24 hour notice is required for all cancellations. Missed lessons will be billed in full if absent without notice.