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Music teacher Mary-Anne Simpson has, in the last few years, become well known in the community for her work in helping local children to realise their musical potential. The good news is that she will now be concentrating on private teaching and establishing musical groups within the community. Mary-Anne currently teaches students at JCS and Snowy Mountains Grammar School, tutoring in classical guitar, viola, violin, piano and cello.
Image: Mary-Anne Simpson of the Snowy Mountains Strings OrchestraEntitled Snowy Strings, Mary-Anne's new business will focus on individual students and developing their solo and ensemble skills and providing tuition for all levels: from beginners to more accomplished musicians.
A mother of five children, Mary-Anne said that she believes this is the right time to start Snowy Strings and has seen the interest in classical music develop considerably throughout the community during her last six years in the Snowy Mountains. Mary-Anne said: "Starting up the Snowy Strings Orchestra is a way of providing youth in the area with the opportunity to play music in a social setting, improve their skills and give something back to the local community by way of musical performances."