Hey Everyone, this is our first meet-up for private music teachers in 2017!
This series' aim is to bring together the many musicians who run studios out of their home/apartment to discuss, share and collaborate.
Each meet-up will be hosted by an experienced private teacher. The coming meeting will be hosted by private music instructor and Local 820 Executive Board member, Carole Bestvater
Please leave a comment if you'd like to talk about something specific at next week's event.
When: 10 am, Tuesday, January 17th
Where: Jumping Bean, TD Building, Duckworth Street Entrance (at Prescott)
If you'd like to host a meet-up, please let us know at email@example.com
Carole Bestvater, violinist, strives to share her joy of music with those around her. She is equally at home in classical and folk genres, maintaining a full schedule as a performer and educator. Carole relocated to St. John’s to pursue a Master’s Degree in Violin Performance with Dr. Nancy Dahn at Memorial University of Newfoundland, and loved it here so much that she decided to stay.
Passionate about community, Carole founded the Strong Harbour Strings Program, an immersive after school music program based in the belief that communities can be strengthened through the learning and sharing of music. Carole is also on faculty of the Suzuki Talent Education Program, Assistant Principal Second of the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra, as well as Strings Coach for the Newfoundland Symphony Youth Orchestra. In her performance life, you are just as likely to catch Carole playing Bluegrass, Irish, Newfoundland, Old Time or Appalachian folk music with a number of local bands as you are seeing her with perform with the Strong Harbour Strings Ensemble or the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra.