FACULTY

A Teacher's Role

MUSIC IS A PERFORMING ART, and these demands are presented in the context of the rehearsal process. As students work with their music teacher over a prolonged period of time, they become accustomed to this process as they apply it to a constantly expanding repertoire. Carefully chosen by the teacher to present appropriate new challenges, the selected material develops their musical and technical skill sets, their knowledge and understanding of the art form, and perhaps most importantly, their own awareness of themselves as artists, as human beings, and as learners.

Guiding each musician down their path towards self and sound becoming intertwined into a new, living creation, existing only in the moment, is a journey of discovery, magic, and awareness of the infinite.

—Neal Cary
Principal Cello, Richmond Symphony

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Walter Bitner

Director of Education & Community Engagement

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Alana Carithers

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Neal Cary

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Treesa Gold

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Sandy Goldie

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Daniel Myssyk

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Adrian Pintea

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Molly Sharp

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Jocelyn Vorenberg

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Lynette Wardle

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