Gina Corso
4582 Tuckahoe Road, Franklinville NJ, 08322
Instruments: Piano, Viola, Violin
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Rock - Alternative, Blues, Kids, Electronic
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 5 years
Rate: $60 / hr
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Personal Statement
Gina performs nationally with artists such as The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Michael Buble, and Josh Groban in legendary venues from Madison Square Garden to Radio City Music Hall to Detroit's Fox Theater. For a full list of artists and venues, visit Locally, Gina performs at private events in an array of settings.

Gina is available for private violin, viola & piano instruction. Weekly lessons take place in the studentís home or at Ginaís private studio in Franklinville, NJ. Franklinville is convenient to Williamstown, Mantua, Sewell, Washington Township, Glassboro, Winslow, Atco, Berlin, Pitman, and Mullica Hill.

Teaching students of all ages and abilities, she develops individualized goals and lesson plans based on the needs of each student. Gina works with many different lesson, technique, and performance methods in order to provide a solid musical foundation. Over time, students become proficient in note reading, articulation, duration, technique, emotion, feel, dynamics, rhythm, tempo, tone, phrasing, spacing, rests, and listening. Gina also works closely with students that are auditioning for All South Jersey Orchestra and All State Orchestra.


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