Daniela Gongora holds a Master’s degree and Bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Rhode Island. She began her studies at the Pallotti School of Music in Belize City, Belize. Ms. Gongora first went to Rhode Island as a participant and representative of her country in the World Scholar Athlete Games. Following that trip she received a Feinstein Scholarship to attend a school in the state of Rhode Island.
WHAT I DESIRE MOST IS FOR MY STUDENTS TO FIND WHAT INSPIRES THEM.
Growing up playing the violin always brought feelings of thrill and delight. There is a profound sense of elation when beautiful sounds are created on the violin. The level of joy becomes even more gratifying when one realizes that they alone are the creator of that special sound.
No one else can have your personal sound (what we refer to as tone), and that is what makes playing the violin (or viola) so unique.
The instrument challenges the student to bring out the best sound that they can create. Through inspiration and positive encouragement, I will work with you and your child to achieve their best.
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