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Rachel Dodge
 Viola Violin
Phone: 801-450-1332 Email: dodge.rachel.25@gmail.com Website: Rachel Dodge's Website

Instruments: Viola, Violin
Years Taught: 5 years
Skill Levels Taught: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced Intermediate
Ages Taught: 6+

Rachel has been playing music since she was old enough to walk. She started on piano and flute, then picked up the violin and viola. She has studied music performance at the University of Utah and privately with such teachers as: Jane Mensel, Karen Child, Karen Bergeson, Roberta Zalkind, and Julie Edwards. She is a member of the Utah Philharmonia Orchestra and in the last 10 years has performed with such groups as the Cathedral of the Madeleine Choir and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. She also has a passion for chamber music and composing/arranging music. She has had compositions performed by the Utah Jubilate Choir. Rachel teaches beginners through early advanced students and takes on students ages 6+.

For additional info and pricing call email, or visit her website.


Eric Kartchner

Eric has over 15 years of teaching experience and is an avid musician. He has resided as the principal cellist for the West Valley Symphony for over 15 years. Visit his website at www.cremmemusicstudios.com for available appointment times and tuition prices.


Josie Long


Instruments: Violin
Lesson Length: 30- or 60-minute lessons
Methods Used: Suzuki, Traditional (Sevcik, Flesch, Schradieck, Mazas, Kreutzer, etc.)
Skill Levels Taught: Beginner to Advanced
Ages Taught: 5+

Josie Long started taking violin lessons at age five and later attended rigorous summer music conservatories, performed in community symphonies, and founded her own professional violin duo - all before graduating high school. Josie was accepted to the School of Music at Brigham Young University on scholarship, where she pursued a degree in Violin Performance under the direction of Monte Belknap and Alex Woods. Josie performed in the BYU Philharmonic Orchestra and various BYU Chamber Ensembles and was featured in BYU Magazine and BYU-TV in 2010. She was also the featured guest soloist for BYU's University Accessibility Center Annual Banquet in 2011 and the LDS Philanthropies Banquet in 2012.

Since 2007, Josie Long has taught private violin lessons, clinics & workshops, and group lessons. It has been her goal to create a supportive learning environment for students of all ages and abilities. Josie's teaching style is based on a variety of methods and philosophies (i.e. Suzuki and traditional) and promotes healthy posture, note reading, proper technique, ear training, theory, and music appreciation. Repertoire is drawn from a variety of genres for a broad musical education, tailored to each student's interests and goals. Josie finds joy in sharing her love of music with others who want to learn and develop their musical talents, techniques, and goals.

Visit her website at www.JosieLongViolin.com for more information about tuition and available lesson times.