Narine Arustamyan

Narine Arustamyan

Narine Arustamyan

  • Violin
  • Suzuki Violin




Teaching Philosophy

I have a passion for teaching violin and I love working with students of all ages, from very young beginners to adults. I find that learning to practice effectively is one of the most important parts of ensuring that study is joyful and does not become frustrating. I work with students and parents to make sure they have the right tools and strategies for home practice. By stressing the importance of regular practice, students will see the results that come from working with small steps towards a long term goal. My goal is to encourage student’s love of music and the joy that comes from the process itself.

Teaching Biography

Narine has been teaching individual violin and violin ensemble lessons privately and in music schools for over twenty years. She began teaching violin in Europe, and has continued to teach privately since moving to the Brookline area many years ago. Her students regularly participate in recitals, ensembles, and some also choose to pursue competitions. Narine teaches using both Suzuki and Traditional methods.

Performance Biography

Narine is co-founder and Artistic Director of the chamber ensemble Elegia, which has performed at festivals, competitions, concerts, and private events. Her performance experience also includes playing with the Baku Operetta Theatre Orchestra, the Violin Ensemble of the Azerbaijan State Conservatory, and the Violin Ensemble of the Palace of Culture.


B.M., Violin Teaching and Performance, Baku Music College; M.M., Violin Teaching and Performance, Azerbaijan State Conservatory