Two of the most important reasons to be in Orchestra are to have fun and to improve yourself musically and personally. If you want to do these things, then you should seriously consider taking private lessons on your instrument.
- You will be working with an experienced, caring teacher who is an expert on your instrument and teaches only that instrument to kids like you every day!
- YOU WILL HAVE MORE FUN IN ORCHESTRA BECAUSE YOU WILL FEEL CONFIDENT AND PREPARED!
- Want to move up to Concert Orchestra? Interested in auditioning for Honors String Ensembles or Pit Orchestra? Trying to make ILMEA? You will have more of the skills it takes to qualify for these great opportunities!
Below is our list of recommended private teachers. All of them have taught East students in the past, and all of them will do great things for you (or your son or daughter). If you would like to discuss your situation in detail, or get a personal recommendation, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re happy to help! Yes, lessons are an expense, but they are an investment in your child’s musical success. To take full advantage of being in the GE Orchestra program, private lessons are very valuable!
GE Orchestra Private Teacher List
Those marked with a (*) teach at Glenbard East. Others are very nearby!
Corrine Brodick* - Violin & Viola - 630.629.3953
Diana Brodick* - Violin & Viola - 630.495.7516; firstname.lastname@example.org
Louise Brodie - Violin & Viola - 630.379.8940; email@example.com
Janine Bohlman* - Violin & Viola - 630.440.1802; firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Archbold* - Cello - 316.295.0448; email@example.com
Lisa Janisch* - Cello - 630.673.9157; firstname.lastname@example.org
Deb Ahlgrim* - Piano - 630-217-6196; email@example.com
Beth Luther* - Piano - 773.895.5051; firstname.lastname@example.org