Mrs. Christine Faught
Violin Teacher, Parent
Background: I majored in music at Western Washington University (Bellingham, WA) and the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, CUNY (Queens, NY). I studied privately for several years with renowned pedagogue Burton Kaplan, who himself was a student of the legendary Dorothy DeLay. I have performed professionally everywhere from Carnegie Hall to the local coffee shop. I’ve lived in Texas since 2007.
Associations: Suzuki Association of the Americas, North Texas Suzuki Association
Interests: I was a homeschooling parent for eleven years, until my kids started attending the Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts. All three of my children play string instruments and are members of the Fort Worth Youth Orchestras. I often read about music history for fun, and dabble in music composition and arranging.
Student Successes: My students have enjoyed acceptance into audition-only music schools and have won music scholarships and concerto competitions. More importantly though, my students have all enjoyed the experience, education, and life skills that studying violin have to offer.
Group Class Techniques: violin / 2012 / Edmund Sprunger
Time with Teri: Examining Suzuki pedagogy and philosophy at all stages of a student’s musical journey / 2015 / Teri Einfeldt
Group Class Techniques Workshop: Cello, Viola, Violin / 2016 / Carey Beth Hockett