Madeleine Hogue

Violin, Viola, Piano Teacher

Madeleine Hogue

SAA Member

Contact

Seattle, WA
479-531-5925
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madeleinehogue.com

Madeleine Hogue is an avid educator, performer, and chamber musician in Seattle, Washington. Her love for diverse musical genres has led her to perform with orchestras, string quartets, jazz bands, vocal ensembles, and bluegrass groups throughout the United States, Europe, and New Zealand. As a teacher Madeleine strives to provide students and their families with the tools needed for a successful and enjoyable experience with music. Listening, repetition, games, step-by-step skill development, and home practice training are incorporated into every lesson as students learn to build communication and social skills, attention span, and compassion. Madeleine holds a B.A. in Music from the University of Arkansas, and an M.M. in Violin Performance from California State University, Northridge.

What parents and students say about Madeleine:

“Madeleine always made learning fun, mixing note reading with songs from the Suzuki books, as well as mainstream music. Madeleine always focused on the positive and gave my daughter confidence that she will succeed. My daughter is now playing in 6thgrade in an intermediate concert orchestra class, and I can confidently say it was Madeleine who gave her the ability to achieve this. Madeleine will always be a mentor to my daughter and having Madeleine as my daughter’s violin teacher was one of the best decisions that I ever made.”

“Madeleine is such a kind and encouraging teacher! She is very patient and insightful and takes the time to ensure that her students learn and perform to the best of their abilities. She is always supportive and I’ve loved having her as my teacher!”

“…Lessons were so effective and really showcased Madeleine’s impeccable ability as a teacher. In addition to her teaching, Madeleine is such a skilled and accomplished musician. When she would play a song with my daughter, I would get tears in my eyes because that was how beautiful it was.”