Elizabeth Ramos Torres teaches exclusively at Greenville ISD Suzuki Strings. She is Suzuki registered for violin books 1 to 8, and holds a Master of Music in Suzuki Pedagogy from the Hartt School of Music. Her teacher-trainers have included Teri Einfeldt, Edmund Sprunger, Nancy Jackson, and Edward Kreitman.
Dr. Torres specializes in developing beginning students to have a perfect setup, flawless intonation, and skillful technique. Beginning violin students must be 4 - 7 years of age. Parental attendance at all lessons is required, as well as involvement in the home practice. A minimum of 5 days of practice is expected every week. All of Dr. Torres’ beginning students listen to the Suzuki Violin CD daily.
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Dr. Torres’ advanced students are dedicated to the study of violin, and work hard to perfect their skill. They include current or former members of Missouri All-State Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra, and the Preparatory Program at Webster University. Advanced students wishing to study with Dr. Torres are advised to practice a minimum of 7 hours a week, and are expected to perform regularly in recitals, masterclasses, and auditions.