Mrs. Annabel Moynihan

Violin Teacher, Administrator

Annabel Moynihan

SAA Member

Contact

Waterbury, VT
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www.VermontMusicCenter.com

Annabel began playing piano at five years old and violin at seven. Her teacher, Romuald Tecco, used the Suzuki repertoire along with his own French technique. As a teenager, Annabel lived in Germany, where she studied the standard Central European violin repertoire, which Suzuki had chosen from as well. Her father is a concert pianist and orchestra conductor, who provided her with a rich education concerning musicianship, ensemble playing, and an open mind to all kinds of music and musicians. She started a string quartet in ninth grade and has formed and played in many groups since then.         The support and resources offered by the Suzuki Association, which are easily accessible despite the rural location, have been invaluable. She maintains strong connections with other violinists, teachers, fiddlers, camps and groups throughout the area, and endeavors to help her students likewise become active players both in their local community and the greater musical world.          Annabel emphasizes musicality and technique from the first lesson on. The students are encouraged to pursue what they wish with their music, while always continuing the Suzuki repertoire. Annabel usually leads at least two groups per semester: a Suzuki group and an Irish Traditional group. She helps her students with performances, whether on electric or acoustic violin, if they want to do that. She strives to provide a well-rounded musical education to the students and their parents as well.  She has a limited number of private students, and currently has a few openings. She accepts all levels, all ages.Annabel began piano at five years old and violin at seven. Her teacher, Romuald Tecco, used the Suzuki repertoire, along with his own French technique. As a teenager, she lived in Germany, where she studied the standard Central European violin repertoire, which Suzuki had chosen from as well. Her father is a pianist and conductor, and provided her with a rich education concerning musicianship, ensemble playing, and an open mind to all kinds of music and musicians. She started a string quartet in ninth grade, and has formed and played in many groups since then.
The support and resources offered by the Suzuki Association, which are easily accessible despite the rural location, have been invaluable. She maintains connections with other violinists, teachers, fiddlers, camps and groups throughout the area, to help the students be connected to their local community, and the greater musical world.
She emphasizes musicality and technique from the first lesson. The students pursue what they wish with their music, while always continuing the Suzuki repertoire. She usually leads at least two groups per semester, one Suzuki group, and one Irish Traditional group. She helps her students with performances, on both electric and acoustic violins, if they want to do that. She strives to provide a well-rounded musical eduction to the students and their parents.
She has a small limit of private students, and currently has a few openings. She accepts all levels, all ages.