Cottonwood Sedona Violin & Viola Lessons
Expert Private Instruction in Violin and Viola
In Oak Creek Valley – between Sedona and Cottonwood, AZ
Carol Grohs, MM, MPS
Innovative violin teacher with many years
of performing and teaching experience
Take viola or violin lessons, and explore the world of music! Develop your skills employing all of the best learning techniques, from traditional to cutting edge.
Recent research has proven that talent is not inborn, but can be developed through effective training and practice.
Unlock your abilities. Enrich your life.
Beginning through conservatory levels.
$40 per hour.
Students must be fragrance-free.
For a free consultation please call 928-649-3835 (Preferred),
Carol Grohs was Principal Violist of the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra for eleven years and a member of the Syracuse Symphony for ten years. She was a sought after chamber musician in the upstate New York area, performing frequently with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra’s distinguished chamber music series and as a regular with the Cornell Contemporary Chamber Players.
Carol has taught violin and viola at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, the Ithaca Waldorf School and Ithaca Talent Education. She also ran a popular private studio in Ithaca, New York for ten years. As a clinician, she has taught at Smith College (Massachusetts), Ithaca College and the Cleveland Institute of Music. She currently teaches in her private studio in Cornville, Arizona. So if you are looking for a qualified violin teacher in the Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Clarkdale, or Cornville areas, you have come to the right place.
Rita Ferraro from Sedona, Az on Nov 3, 2017
Excellent Instruction for Musicians at all Levels
Jim on Aug 31, 2018
Excellent violin teacher
Valessa Knighton on Nov 26, 2018
John on Jul 14, 2018
A Truly Wonderful Teacher
Janet Souter-Kline on Sep 24, 2018
Excellent music teacher
Now that she has settled in Arizona, Carol offers lessons from her lovely home with a spacious music studio.
Martha Gilbert on Sep 23, 2018
Please don't be alarmed by the special needs arising from Carol's medical condition. What she asks of visitors isn't burdensome; I've been doing it for years. And i think you'll find her lessons are worth it. The chemicals Carol reacts to are actually dangerous for everyone; all of us should probably adopt her sensible precautions.
Take lessons from Carol! You'll be glad you did.
Dan Marshall from Sedona, AZ on Sep 11, 2018
Ludi Augustine on Nov 26, 2018