SuperStrings Studio is a network of caring, educated and creative string teachers all around the world with a mission to inspire, encourage and support string music education. Created in 2017 when Bonny realized she was working to improve, uplift and make string music education both excellent and fun for everybody.

>>Teachers and players – I love getting to know colleagues! We are on the same team so let’s meet up! In person or on line, we can make it happen. ♥ I would love to support your teaching and endeavors. If you want to network, I’m your gal! Just get in touch — I’d love to talk to you. ♥ If you would love to give and receive support from other ladies in music, join the closed group Tune 21 on Facebook where you can find a kind, supportive and incredibly talented group of hard working colleagues.

If you would like more information about my professional background as an international teacher and performer, learn more >>here.

How would you like some lovely FREE tunes and resources for violin or guitar or both? Gain access to special tunes, games and unique resources & subscribe to our original FREE quarterly publication, A Musetter!

Want company in your playing? Share a performance of what you are learning and get supportive and helpful feedback in a positive environment, from expert and professional teachers and co-learners. This is a great tool for anyone who has to audition or just wants to get better at their music. Just drop me a line stating your interest and I will send you details on how to get involved. You can also upload directly to the open group on Facebook.

Learning an instrument is a massively great use of time which requires daily attention. But what you reap in rewards are values which truly enrich our lives, things like discipline, delayed gratification, patience, kindness, self-awareness, coordination, fun, respect, accomplishment, culture, aesthetics, musical expression and self-confidence to name a few! One of the most important benefits of becoming a competent musician is the ability to learn to listen carefully, a skill which is often lacking in the world today.

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I’ve taught orchestra, choir, band and general music classes in the USA, China and Germany and hold a professional teacher’s license from Washington State.


“I wanted to let you know that you seem to be the perfect fit for Katja. It’s amazing how patient you are with her and you’re so good at making her comfortable. I’m already seeing a difference in her confidence. She’s not as afraid of making mistakes. Thank you!” -Jessie

“Dear Mrs. Bonny, I would like to thank you for teaching me violin this year. I learned a lot.” -Tom

“Amazing Bonny! Thank you so much! And I also want to take a moment to extend my serious gratitude for your time in teaching me these last few months. This means the world to me. I used to have to memorize where to put my fingers when it came to chords but now I am starting to have a real understanding for the guitar. I have a lot of work ahead of me when it comes to singing/playing, but you’ve given me a stronger grasp of how to play than I ever thought I would have, again, this means the world to me. ” -Travis




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Photo of SuperStrings Studio students in Stuttgart at their student recital by Bernd F Blankenbach

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