Mrs. Julia A. Marble

Violin Teacher

Julia Marble

SAA Member


Seward, NE
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Julia Marble is a Texas native. She began Suzuki violin lessons at the age of two with Mrs. Deanna Badgett of Suzuki Strings of San Marcos. She has travel all over the country to attend workshops, master classes, and institutes. Julia took lessons from Chizu Kataoka of San Antonio in middle school and Dr. Tammy Linn of Austin throughout high school. In 2008, she attended the New Orleans Suzuki teacher trainer institute and received her certificate as a Suzuki violin instructor under Ronda Cole.
Julia attended Concordia University Nebraska from 2008-2012 and received her degree in elementary education with vocal music and violin. Julia was concert mistress of the chamber orchestra for all four years while also singing with both the internationally touring A Cappella Choir and the Chamber/Vocal Jazz Choir. She pperformed for a variety of honor recitals, concerts, and community events.
During her freshman year, Julia began teaching violin lessons in Seward. She taught Suzuki weekly lessons as well as bimonthly group lessons. In January of 2015, Julia moved her studio to retail space above Red Path Art Gallery in Downtown Seward and reopened the studio as Marble Music, LLC. Besides violin lessons, Marble Music also provides cello, voice, piano, and guitar lessons with the help of a teaching staff.
Julia completed a Masters in Music at the University of Nebraska in May 2016 and now works full-time at Marble Music. The purpose of Marble Music is to provide a nurturing and positive learning environment for students of all ages to master the skills musical technique and expression in order to cultivate creativity in themselves and to create beauty in the world.

“The real essence of art turned out to be not something high up and far off – it was right inside my ordinary daily self – If a musician wants to become a finer artist, he must first become a finer person.” (Dr. Suzuki)

“Music exists for the purpose of growing an admirable heart.” ~Dr. Suzuki