Mr. Fabian Escamilla
Fabian has studied the violin for 14 years. He earned a Bachelors of Arts in Music from the University of Incarnate Word and studied classical violin with Daniel Kobialka, former Principal Second Violinist for the San Francisco Symphony. Fabian has worked for String Together as a Lead Violin Instructor for the last two years. He is well loved by all his students and has helped them become some of the leading violinists in their orchestras.
Currently, Fabian teaches for the Southwest Independent School District to teach in the Fine Arts Department for grades 6th - 12th. He also has developed curriculum and directs the After School Strings Program at the charter school EKHLA. Fabian is also one of the leading violinist in one of San Antonio’s most showcased mariachi groups, Mariachi Fiesta de San Antonio.
Violin & Beginner Piano
Mrs. anastasia perez
Anastasia began her violin studies at the age of 8, under the tutelage of renowned violinist Rafael de Castro, a composer and former conductor of the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra. She continued to practice music throughout her early, and young adult life. Upon graduating from Clark High School, she studied under Dr. Eugene Gratovich while studying at the University of Texas at Austin. She is well educated in Suzuki and Kodaly methods of music development and instruction. A seasoned musician, Anastasia has performed as a soloist and a chamber musician at venues such as the San Fernando Cathedral, San Antonio Missions National Historic Park, Oblate School of Theology, St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church, and various other venues for weddings, funerals, fundraisers, and recitals.
Upon returning to San Antonio after graduation, Anastasia taught violin and piano at a local studio for two years before branching off to begin her business. After fifteen years of playing, and five years of teaching, Anastasia has developed her own, student based music pedagogy. It is only with many years of experience, and a love for teaching that Anastasia has decided to share her knowledge.