Welcoming Traditionally Trained Students Into Your Studio With Ease

February 1, 2015, ASJ 43.2
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American Suzuki Journal 43.2

Previously printed in American Suzuki Journal 43.2. Reprinted with permission. Copyright © 2015 Suzuki Association of the Americas, Inc.

Lisa Deakins

Lisa Deakins is a violinist, fiddler, and Suzuki violin teacher in Charleston, South Carolina. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Commercial Music Performance from Belmont University and a Master of Music degree in Music Education from East Carolina University.
Lisa worked professionally for country singer Pam Tillis and Grand Ole Opry legend Whisperin’ Bill Anderson. She has produced three fiddle recordings and received an International Bluegrass Music Association Award.
Lisa’s students study classical playing as well as various fiddle styles, and she has arranged a series of music books for Suzuki violinists called “Fiddlin’ Favorites,” licensed by the International Suzuki Association. When Lisa is not teaching, you can find her performing throughout the southeast or strolling the streets of Charleston with her husband and son. For more information, visit www.lisadeakins.com.

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