Nick Dubin — Violin and Piano

Nick comes from a musical family who inspired his love of music playing, teaching, and listening. His first instrument was the cello, but he soon discovered that he wanted to learn any instrument he could get his hands on! He is trained in a variety of musical styles including classical, jazz, pop, and rock music.

Nick grew up in New York State, where he taught high school and middle school orchestra for three years. Before that, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the State University of New York at Fredonia. Nick moved to Colorado in August of 2019, and he has been teaching at Maestro Music since then. He is currently working on finishing his master’s degree in Music Education and Composition at Colorado State University.

Students who take lessons with Nick can expect a well–rounded approach to music making. This includes playing their instrument, listening to music, improvising, note reading, and composing. Students will also have the opportunity to try out other instruments in addition to their lesson instrument.

Emphasis is placed on working with students and parents to best meet the needs of each student musician, and to prepare them for music programs at their school.

In my view, one of the great strengths of Maestro Music is the huge range of instruments and ability levels taught by our teachers…my colleagues are some of the best people I’ve gotten to work with, in terms of both their musicianship and personality!