Learning to Play
an instrument has many proven benefits. Music assists in children’s emotional and intellectual development and enriches our lives. It is a craft which fosters strength and patience, exploring the great dimensions of time, rhythm, energy and motion. A universal language, music is a bridge-building skill to take pride in.
Cellist and teacher, Nada Radulovich is an experienced mentor for students of all ages. Former faculty positions include the Westchester Conservatory, North Shore Suzuki Institute and the Trinity School. Maintaining a studio in New York, Nada welcomes students to her virtual classroom from across the country and world via Zoom and FaceTime. Community outreach concerts have always been a focal point for Nada’s in her activities as a performer and teacher, and class leader. In this time of limited interactions, students are prepared for local and state auditions and share group studio performances through YouTube, Acapella and Zoom.
In addition to degrees from Smith College, Manhattan School of Music and the Peabody Institute, Nada has completed extensive Suzuki Teacher Training, and continues to seek out new ideas and clarify her approach to young students through the Suzuki community. To inquire about lessons, please contact Nada at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fun remote lessons. Keeping students engaged. Inspire and be inspired.
Travels to students homes when conditions permit.
In the time of social distancing, students share musical project with Zoom, Live streaming and interacticve apps such as Acapella.
Invite family and friends over for a remote concert in your living room organized and accompanied by your teacher.
Motivated by a love of music and the bridges/connection that music builds