Joseph Doucette

Violin, Viola Teacher

Joseph Doucette

SAA Member

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Nazareth, PA
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Joseph Doucette, violin

Joseph Doucette has his Bachelor of Music degree from The Hartt School, graduating Magna Cum Laude, and is currently pursuing his Master of Music degree in String Pedagogy from Temple University. He is a certified Suzuki teacher, having studied with James Hutchins and Christie Felsing. He has studied violin and viola with Hirono Oka, Ana Tsinadze, Anton Miller, and Robert dePasquale; and has had lessons with Barbara Gavotos, William dePasquale, and Gregory Fulkerson. He has played with the Hartt Symphony Orchestra, as well as held principle positions with the Temple University Orchestra, and has toured Peru with Instrumentos de Albanza. He has interned with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, and served as a management assistant with the Ambler Academy of Music. Currently, Joseph is an artist-lecturer in Suzuki violin at Moravian College, and regularly performs with the Doucette Quartet/Trio. His background as an orchestra member, chamber musician, and freelancer, has shown him how important it is to teach and share the music that he loves with his students. Joseph believes that with motivation, encouragement, and exposure to fine music, any child can learn the skills and patience it takes to study a string instrument.