Browning Street Studios - Violin and Piano Lessons
Styles: Classical, Celtic, Modern
Skill Level: Beginner to Advanced
Pricing: $37 for a half-hour lesson
Rachel Kim is currently studying Bachelor of Music (majoring in Classical violin performance) at the Queensland Conservatorium. Upon the enrolment at the Conservatorium, She was awarded Sir Samuel Griffith Scholarship for demonstrating excellence in both her academic and musical records.
She found her passion for music pedagogy at a young age when she was assisting instrumental teachers at her high school. She is an experienced mentor, and has been teaching violin and piano privately in her home studio since she was 16. As an innovative and enthusiastic teacher, she has helped students reach their potential. Her philosophy is to plant a love of music in each student, while teaching the required discipline and commitment to become a better musician. Hence, she is constantly seeking new ideas and fun experiences for the students through interesting and engaging repertoire activities.
Also, as an active performer, Rachel has performed with the Queensland Youth Symphony, Australian Youth Orchestra, Queensland Philharmonic Orchestra, and Queensland Korean Orchestra, leading tours to many parts of Australia. For the past 5 years in high school, she was the concertmaster of the String Orchestra. She was also appointed as the concertmaster of the String Ensemble at the State Honours Ensemble Program in 2014.
Her studio is located within the musical hub of Browning Street Studios, West End. She is currently seeking students from beginner to advanced levels for violin, and⁄or beginner level for piano. She is an experienced mentor when it comes to AMEB and ABRSM exams. Nevertheless, students wanting to learn violin just for pleasure are also very welcome.
available only on Tuesday afternoons.
30 minute rate: $37 – recommended for beginner students
45 minute rate $55 and 60 minute rate $72 – strongly recommended for intermidiate – advanced students
These details were last updated on February 16, 2016