Atlanta Strings Conservatory

Status: Archived  

ATLANTA STRINGS CONSERVATORY Inc., is a non profit, 501(c)(3), Music Academy specializing in strings education, including violin, viola, cello, contrabass, as well as piano lessons. We are aiming to provide the quality of European Conservatories by educating students with exceptional talents along with beginners.  While we are accepting students at every level, we are also striving to provide scholarships: the opportunity for selected young people from economically underprivileged backgrounds but exceptionally privileged through their proven talents, who are otherwise unable to afford individual lessons to master an instrument at the highest performance level. We are providing these young talents scholarships for intensive, individual lessons through our exceptional faculty, with the help of our gracious patrons and public donations.  ASC is depending on generous donations and grants to fund scholarships, concerts, facility expenses and musical instrument needs.

Our goal is to help young artists develop their talents and become nation’s leading performers in fine classical and popular musical venues as well as become fine pedagogues to educate next generation. In parallel to musicality, we strive to build their character, develop amazing problem solving skills and overall give them a sanctuary of musical teaching.
 
Our founder, Ms. Betul Soykan is a professional concert violinist and master pedagogue, who have performed around the world and taught in prestigious conservatories and colleges, throughout the world and USA. She has Bachelors in violin performance, from one of the best university in Turkey, which was mentioned in the top 100 colleges in the world and double masters in violin performance and strings pedagogy from one the finest conservatories in Bern, Switzerland.
 
The ASC faculty are of most highly qualified caliber, experienced artist and pedagogues, with Master and Doctorate in Music Performance degrees. These artists are acclaimed musicians with top honors and achievements, nationally and internationally. All our instructors have performance degrees, an absolute essential element in order, not only to have the virtuoso skills to play these instruments (usually a music education degree does not provide these skills) but also to be able to teach, giving those deep technical elements which will assist students to achieve their musical goals.
 
We do believe that the only way to teach students high skills and techniques of these incredibly virtuous-challenging instruments can only be through highly qualified artists, who are current performers and well trained pedagogues.

Please email for  more info and inquiries to:
atlantastringsconservatory@gmail.com

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Website
atlantastrings.org

Directions
Directions: From I-85 North: Exit 246, (Fulton St.) and take a left. Turn right on Capitol/Hank Aaron. Left on Little. Second block on left is #70. From I-85 South: Exit 245 (Fulton/Turner Field). Merge on Ormond. Turn left on Capitol/Hank Aaron. Right on Little. Second block on left is #70. From I-20West: Exit 56B for Winsor St. towards Turner Field. Take second left on Fulton and right on Capitol/Hank Aaron. Right on Little. Second block on left is #70. From I-East: Exit 58A Capitol Ave. Turn left on Capitol/Hank Aaron. Left on Little St. Second block on left is #70. Please be mindful of pre/post baseball traffic. It is easy to navigate around depending on your direction.

Address
70 Little street, SE
Atlanta, GA United States 30315
Fulton County
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High School Orchestra directed by B. Soykan
   


Hours of Operation
Mon-Sun: 9:00am-8:00pm

Phone
404-403-9559

Contacts
Betul Soykan
404-403-9559  Violin Professor, Atlanta Strings Conservatory

Betul Soykan
Betul Soykan, Violin CEO, Founder of ASC
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Sinisa Ciric, Violin
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Nan Kemberling, cello
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Jackie Pickett, double bass
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Mirna Ogrizovic, violin, viola
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Susan Tusing, piano
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Ulisses Silva, viola
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Tracy Woodard, violin