HOW TO REGISTER
Below is a list of the violin, viola, & cello instructors at our Lilburn location along with their class openings.
We encourage new students to take a 30 minute trial lesson. You can meet the teacher and learn more about our school. Currently, we are offering the trial lessons for $15 (one per student).
Click on “enroll” to register for a trial lesson. If you do not see times listed for a teacher, that means their schedule is full. Once our staff confirms the time chosen, you will receive a confirmation email.
If you do not see a convenient time, need help coordinating more than one student or have any questions, please call the office
Our office hours are 2 till 8 Mon. – Thur., 2 till 6 on Friday and 10 – 3 on Sat.
Mr. Daniel has a Master of Church Music in Violin/Music Theory from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Music Theory from Georgia State University. John was Choir Director at the First Baptist Church in Gate City, Virginia where he served as the Associate Pastor for Worship. In addition to the violin, John also is accomplished at piano, viola, guitar, bass and banjo. John is currently an Instrumental Music Instructor in the Dekalb County School System.
Jessica Daniel began studying the violin at age 12 under the instruction of Holly Bryan and quickly fell in love with the instrument. In high school she began teaching privately and became involved with the Metropolitan Youth Symphony of Atlanta, through which she was given the opportunity to give concerts in China, Hungry, Austria, and the Czech Republic. In 2008 she began her music degree at the University of Georgia, studying under Levon Ambartsumian and then Michael Heald. While at UGA she continued to teach privately and was also a teaching assistant with the University of Georgia String Project. During her four years at UGA she was a member of the University of Georgia Symphony Orchestra, and performed in various chamber ensembles for many prestigious groups, including members of the Tokyo String Quartet, The Verdehr Trio, Parisii String Quartet, the Talich Quartet, The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet. Jessica has developed a teaching style that is encouraging, effective, and fun!
Sebastian is currently pursuing a double major in Music Education and Performance at Georgia State University. He has had the privilege of studying under Dr. Gregory Pritchard, Rita Kingsley, and Kenny Lambert. Sebastian has performed with Gwinnett County’s Youth Symphony Orchestra, the Annual International Conductor’s Workshop in Macon, the Brookwood Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Libera Strings Ensemble. His years of experience in teaching include not only private lessons, but he was also the founder of the Conyers Church of God Private School and he is the director of the Gwinnett School of Music Concert Orchestra (GSMCO). As a teacher, Sebastian’s goal is to motivate and assist his students in achieving their every musical ambition.