Ms. Stephanie Quinn

Violin, Viola, Piano, Voice, Suzuki Early Childhood Education Teacher

Stephanie Quinn

SAA Member


Asheville, NC

Ms. Stephanie Quinn teaches both via Skype as well as in her Studio and started her Music Conservatory training at age 10 in both violin and piano. Her students enjoy her accompanying them on the piano on their finished pieces. Also, she holds a monthly master class seen on YouTube for performance / ensemble opportunities. She is a Eastman School of Music trained performer, teacher, acclaimed composer, and peace activist bringing people together with music, as well as a Suzuki teacher! Ms. Quinn states her philosophy: “Music training defines individual expression, refines the character, and divines the mind.”

Please contact Ms. Quinn through her website, which includes testimonials, student YouTube channel and her YouTube performance channel.

Learn core music fundamentals and metaskills that will carry on throughout the rest of your life. Based in Asheville, North Carolina, Stephanie Quinn has decades of experience performing and teaching violin, viola, voice and piano. She will work with you on a variety of musical practices, such as improvisation, theory, ear training, sight-playing, and various other rudimental strategies. She has taught a blind man to play piano, and trained ‘tone deaf’ students to sing (and play) in tune.

On YouTube, you will find “The Truth About Rhythm, Ya Just Can’t Beat It!” for the National Music Teachers Association Illinois Meeting.

As peace activist, her activities span many pages, detailed in her resume on the website. However suffice it to say, she pioneered in Israel techniques one would today call music therapy, using vocal improvisation to bring opposing factions together in emotional unity.