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Annie Nielson - Private Music Teacher

Annie Nielson
Private Music Teacher

Do you want your student to:

  • Participate in a fun and wholesome activity that promotes creative thinking and problem solving?
  • Excel in reading, writing, language arts, foreign languages, mathematics, science, technology or engineering?
  • Be a confident, empathetic and well-rounded person?

An education in music provides all of these benefits and more! In my ten years as a music educator, I have seen good students advance far ahead of their peers, as well as witnessed struggling students blossom as a result of learning an instrument and participating in orchestra or band. The performing arts provide educational opportunities that are unparalleled in a school setting.

One-on-one private lessons are a critical part of your student’s music education. While orchestra and band directors do an excellent job of covering broad music concepts and teaching performance pieces, the group classroom setting does not lend itself to the personalized instruction required to ensure your student’s success.

I offer private lessons on the violin, viola, cello, (double) bass and piano at two locations in South Salt Lake Valley (Sandy and Herriman). In these one-on-one sessions, we focus on music fundamentals, playing techniques, practicing strategies, and staying motivated to study music. I want your child to be successful in music, school and life!

Contact me to learn more about private lessons or how a music education can benefit your student. I offer a FREE, no-obligation trial lesson to all prospective students and will help you select the proper instrument. Click the button below to see what time slots are available.



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We were so happy to find Annie for our daughter. She is a positive, encouraging, and fantastic violin instructor. She has a great personality and makes lessons fun, relaxed, and enjoyable. Our daughter looks forward to her lessons with Annie. Thank you Annie!

Marianne Verboncoeur July 29, 2016

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