Lisa Nicole Thurman
10. years training. Teaching since 2007.
Instructed by BYU's first chair, Emily Richards Ricks.
Superior Marks in Competition
Methods: Suzuki, Kreisler, various rhythm and shifting technique.
Russian style(Heifetz)bow hold.
$15 for 30min lessons weekly.
$30 for 60min lessons weekly.
Group lessons (3 people max) call for costs.
Teach from home. Mon-Fri.
Student must provide their own instrument.
by User30469 on
Lisa has been teaching my daughter violin for the past year and a half. My daughter has moved up to advanced orchestra in her middle school. Lisa has a fun way of teaching and is reasonably priced. She is positive and builds up her students.. I would recommend her for any child or teenager.
Owner response: Thank you!
by User83396 on
My Daughter Takes lessons From Lisa And She Is Great!! She Is Accommodating With Lessons And Very Understandable If You Need To Cancel Or ReSchedule. Lisa Is Very Kind and Very Focused On Being A Great Teacher. Her PrIce Is Great As Well. I would Recommend Her To Anyone.
Owner response: Thank you so much!
by User156059 on
My daughter and I have been taking violin lessons with Lisa for about 3 years. We both came to her as beginners. Lisa has been above and beyond our expectations in many ways. She is very adaptable and is able to individualize instruction/feedback to a child vs an adult, to different personality styles, and throughout the various stages of learning to play the violin. She is excellent at motivating one through the inevitable challenges of the learning curve. She is very flexible and accommodating about lesson times, and is sensitive to individual pace of learning. Lisa is also exceptionally courteous, respectful, and fun-loving, while always remaining professional and staying focused on the goal of facilitating steady improvement. Lisa is a gem of an instructor who puts sincere skill and caring into her lessons.
Owner response: Thank you for your gift of articulate and beautiful words. They mean so much to me. I love teaching you two and hope there are many lessons in the future!