Natasha Kubit


Natasha Kubit has taught the violin extensively over the past 10 years in private and in group settings. At the age of 3, she began learning the violin using the Suzuki method and is now certified as a Suzuki violin teacher in books 1-8. She taught group classes at the Sato Center for Suzuki Studies in Cleveland, Ohio. Through the Say Yes to Education program, she has taught many Cleveland Metro School students by providing children at under-funded schools a musical education. Recently, she was chosen to be a MSU fellow to coach at partnered high schools in the Lansing area.

She received her undergraduate and masters degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music while also graduating with a degree in Suzuki Pedagogy with Kimberly Meier-Sims. Natasha has previously studied under Olga Kaler, Aaron Berofsky, Almita Vamos, Eugenia Alikhanova, and Konstanty Kulka. Natasha is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in violin performance at Michigan State University under the tutelage of Dmitri Berlinsky. 

As a performer, she engages in many community outreach opportunities. She has performed in orchestras throughout country, and has performed as a soloist in venues throughout Italy, France, Spain, Poland, and Japan.

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