Shannon Feliciano
6740 Booth St. , Forest Hills NY, 11375
Instruments: Violin
Styles: Classical, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 7 years
Rate: $0 / hr
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Personal Statement
It is my goal to help students become independent learners and to instill in them a love for music that they will carry with them for the rest of their life.
Education / Training
Shannon has 7+ years of teaching experience having taught elementary-retirement age students in both the school and private setting. She has a passion for getting her students to reach their full potential and several of her students have won top rankings in the their school's string competitions. Her teaching/performing experiences include the following:


*Avery Fischer Hall, Lincoln Center

*Carnegie Hall

*International soloist to China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia & Thailand

*Metropolitan Opera

*Steinway Hall

*Tilles Center


* Violin Instructor at Music Institute of New York and Bob Jones Elementary School.

*Founder and instructor of the Suffolk Chamber Group.

*In-home and studio private instructor.

*Trained in the Suzuki Method


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