Accepting Students for Fall of 2021 in Renton, WA & Beyond!

**This fall, I plan on conducting all of my lessons in-person following CDC guidelines. Please contact me here if you’d like to start lessons in the fall of 2021.**

Private Violin / Viola Lessons — Ages 3 & Up!

Since starting her studio in 2016, Cheyenne has worked with a diverse group students of varying musical backgrounds—some with much experience, others with none at all.

Her youngest students start as early as the age of 3 years old using the Suzuki method. This method involves the participation of both the parent and the student in lessons and practice sessions to create the best possible environment for the student to learn.  For more information on the Suzuki method, visit: https://suzukiassociation.org/about/suzuki-method/

For adult students, she assesses their level of musicianship and forms an individual lesson plan to help her students achieve their playing goals. She still applies the Suzuki method, but also incorporates supplemental materials to provide a well-rounded experience.

New Student Process

All new students receive a trial lesson free of charge! First lesson includes demonstrations, explanation of what to expect, discussion of policies, practicing commitment, rates, and scheduling.

If deciding to move forward, we’ll discuss the best method for the student’s learning in terms of lesson length, techniques, lesson location (my home or yours), lesson content, and rates.

Please contact Cheyenne at (608) 286-9420 or lessonswithchey@gmail.com to schedule your free trial lesson today!


Cheyenne is classically trained on the violin and has been a part of various orchestras and symphonies throughout Philadelphia and Southeastern Wisconsin. She has performed many shows for nursing homes and churches. In addition to violin and viola, she is trained in classical guitar and self-taught in piano.

She is also a registered teacher with the Suzuki Association of the Americas (for both violin and viola) and member of the Suzuki Association of Washington State.

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