Strings, Brass, and Woodwind Teachers

Strings, Brass, and Woodwind Lessons at Music Plus:  

Orchestral and band instruments define the unique voices heard in concert music. Not only do these instruments interact well in a group, but by themselves they are often unforgettable solo voices. Many concert instruments to serve the needs of our students. Contact us for more details!


Kat Campbell

Violin, Flute, Piano, Guitar, Viola, Cello, Bass, Voice

Kat’s experience as a music therapist and symphony performer complements her nurturing yet instructive approach as she guides students in exploration and achievement.

Specializing in violin and flute, Kat has well-rounded musical ability evidenced by a growing list of instruments she feels comfortable teaching. Kat has a passion for helping students achieve their goals, overcome their personal challenges, and discover their strengths.

Knowing what it takes to be a professional music performer, Kat strives to pass that on to students and seeks to empower them with the ability to create music that speaks to them personally and helps represent their true selves to the larger community.

Kat’s background is primarily in classical music, traditional music, and theater though she has a broad understanding of many genres of music. 

Education and Experience:

  • University of the Pacific, CA, BA, Music Therapy.
  • Local performer: “Ham on Regal” band member, “Shriners” band member, “Fraternal Order of Eagles” concert band director/member.
  • Livermore/Amador Symphony, CA, violinist.
  • Stockton Symphony, CA, violinist.
  • Oakland Youth Symphony, CA, violinist.

Corrina Barrett


Corrina applies diverse teaching experience and extensive training, primarily in the Suzuki method, to guide each unique student in their individual musical journey.

Corrina approaches lessons with a background in Suzuki methodology blended with her own creative strategies and experience as a learner. Making progress on the violin as a young student didn’t come easily for Corrina.  Awareness of the struggle that learning can be and how to assist the student through it, strengthens her effectiveness. Involvement in both classical and folk “fiddle” genres insures that her students get a solid foundation in music theory but also exposure to less structured forms and training in “playing by ear” as a skill that can be learned.

Corrina continues to actively learn as a musician and a teacher with wide experience in classical, folk, and contemporary genres.  

Education and Experience:

  • Suzuki Method Teacher Training with Mary Beth Cullitan, graduate, Spokane.
  • JayDean Ludiker Teacher Training Workshops, WOTFA, attendee, Spokane.
  • Classical violin private study, 7 years, Spokane.
  • Gonzaga Symphony, community member performer, Spokane.
  • Spokane Public Schools, TEC Program, violin instructor since 2012, Spokane.
  • General research and recording with local fiddler’s community, WA.

Austin Long

Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet

A focused player and educator, Austin applies a wealth of performance, study, and teacher certification to guide students to new levels of competency.

With an emphasis in saxophone and jazz performance, Austin currently plays in the Spokane area with various musical groups and is also involved with freelance performing and studio recording work. By day he teaches music in the public school system. Austin brings a strong background in music technology, music/jazz theory, and composing/arranging to his lessons and classroom.

Austin helps students get to know their musical goals and interests and pursues a well-rounded educational approach involving listening, ear training, music theory and improvisation.

Austin is especially drawn to jazz and related music, but is also well versed in many contemporary and traditional genres.

Education and Experience:

Eastern Washington University, BA, Music Education.

Currently teaching music in the regular classroom: Spokane Public Schools.

Lesson teaching experience: 10 years.

Performance (10 years): “Norwegian Cruise Lines” house band. “Funky Uncle” band member, “Brooke Gannon Trio” band member, multiple other performance and recording engagements.


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