Main Street Music provides viola lessons for children and adults age 4 and up. No commitments are necessary beyond the first lesson. it's a great opportunity to come in, meet your teacher, take a lesson and decide afterward if you'd like to continue. Please scroll below to read more about our teachers. CLICK HERE to find out more information about scheduling your first lesson. If you'd prefer to call us you can reach us at 856 478 0098 or feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to hear from you soon!
Patricia has taught violin lessons and viola lessons for the past 25 years to students age 4 and up. At Rowan University, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education. She has performed with Bridgeton Symphony, Rowan University Orchestra, Lansing Symphony in Michigan and performed with the Goodnight string quartet. Patricia has studied with Bertram Greenspan-Rowan University, I-Fu Wang-Michigan State University and Nancy Jan-Bay-Atlantic Symphony. Currently, she plays violin with the Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey.
Her teaching methods include traditional and Suzuki technique with an emphasis on music theory. Very young students benefit from Suzuki technique using activities and games to foster learning. Lessons include classical as well as popular music and are tailored to the need of the individual student. She instills a strong foundation in string technique and music reading which enables students to progress quickly and have fun. Patricia enjoys sharing her knowledge with students and hopes to cultivate a life-long enjoyment and appreciation of music.
Stefania Osorio Amortegui
Born in Colombia South America, Stefania graduated from the National University of Colombia in 2019 with a degree in Violin Performance. She is currently completing her second degree in Instrumental Music Education at Rowan University. Stefania teaches violin and viola for Main Street Music. She was the winner of the 2022 Rowan String Ensemble Competition and is currently the leader of the violin II section in the Rowan University Orchestra. In Colombia, she worked as a violin teacher at the Mateo Carcassio Music Academy and at the CAFAM School from Elementary School to