FAIRFAX-LOUDOUN MUSIC FELLOWSHIP
Quality Music Education for Teachers and Students
FLMF offers the following information on our website in good faith. We make no claims and offer no judge-
ments on the information provided by its members nor do we give personal recommendations. Before entering into any long term relationship with a music teacher, you are advised to:
Consider the teacher's education, musical training,
participation in professional workshops and con-
Request a copy of the teacher's studio policies.
Interview the teacher and visit the studio to learn
what teaching methods are used.
Observe the teacher to see interaction with students
and the atmosphere created in the studio.
Ask for references from other teachers and parents.
Attend a recital or other event in which the teacher's
students are performing.