Amy Weckesser, First Violinist of the Shrewsbury String Quartet, taught at Settlement Music School, Wilmington School of Music and Haddonfield School for the Performing Arts before deciding to open her own studio in Haddon Township, NJ. She has been teaching violin for over 20 years.

 Many of Amy’s students have been accepted in All State Orchestra, All South Jersey Orchestra and Philadelphia Youth Orchestra. Some of Amy’s students have been accepted at prestigious music conservatories such as Peabody, University of Indiana, Ester Boyer College of Music at Temple University.

Amy tours with Smokey Robinson and has played for Tony Bennett, Paul Anka, Connie Francis, Frank Sinatra and Frank Sinatra, Jr. as well as many others. Amy has played with Delaware Symphony, Trenton Symphony, Delaware Valley Orchestra, Jubilate Deo and many others.

Amy conducts South Jersey Youth Orchestra and Friends, a multi-generational orchestra that performs two concerts a year. This orchestra gives  students a chance to play with other musicians as well as learn orchestral repertoire. All of Amy’s students are encouraged to play in this orchestra. 

Amy also assembles students into smaller chamber groups. This gives even the most inexperienced students opportunities to play with other musicians of the same ability.

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If you or any one you know is interested in taking violin lessons,
please call Amy at

856-952-1737

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$30.00 for a half hour lesson.  $50.00 for a full hour lesson.

Group lessons are also available.  Please call for pricing.

  • Miriam and Aaron
    Dear Tony, Thanks so much to you and the rest of the Shrewsbury String Quartet for doing such a great job at our wedding. The ceremony was beautiful and the music you guys played made it even more special! Thanks again, Miriam and Aaron
  • Gregory Deane
    Dear Tony, I want to extend my deepest gratitude to you and the members of the Shrewsbury String Quartet for playing at Grace Church, Pemberton last Sunday for our service of Advent Lessons and Carols. The quartet, choir, and organ worked very well together and combined to produce some extremely beautiful sounds. The music filled our sanctuary and touched the hearts of all who attended the service. We appreciate your sharing of your time and talents with us and hope that you will return again to Grace Church, should we have a need for strings in the future. With best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season, Gregory Deane SmithDirector of MusicGrace Episcopal ChurchPemberton, NJ

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