Violin Classes at MA Center

Raushan Akhmedyarova, part of San Francisco Symphony, will be teaching a beginners class that incorporates the fundamentals plus aspects of accompaniment and playing solo for bhajans.

6 class series
Saturdays, March 25 - May 13, 2-3pm, at the Creekside property
Due to Raushan's required work travel, No class April 8th or 15th due to Roshan's work travel. 

Cost for the series: $248

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ABOUT Raushan Akhmedyarova,

Joined the San Francisco Symphony 2006, is a native of Kazakhstan and comes from a family of musicians. She won first prize at the National Violin Competition of Kazakhstan, the International Competition of Asia in Tashkent, the UNISA International Competition in Pretoria, and the Geneva International Competition. She graduated from the Kazakh State Conservatory and studied privately at the Moscow Conservatory, and in 1994 she received a full scholarship to study at Southern Methodist University. Ms. Akhmedyarova was previously associate concertmaster of the New Century Chamber Orchestra and has served on the faculty of the San Francisco Academy Orchestra.
Only sincere, serious students. Regular practice of at least 30 minutes every day. Must be at least 4yrs old and up. Students must have their own violin, bow and music stand. This is a rare gift to study with such an established musician. Don't miss this opportunity. Tickets to the SF Symphony for select students at the end of the series.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

You must be 4 years or older to attend.


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

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