This book by cellist Liz E. Brooks provides guidance for up-and-coming freelance musicians who want to get their own classical trio or quartet together to earn money playing gigs, and not have to reinvent the wheel in doing so. The author's group, The Village Quartet, has been playing for weddings, corporate events, charity dinners, private parties, and many more occasions for over 25 years. Liz Brooks holds an M.A. in Secondary Education from Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis and an M.M. in Cello from Butler University. As a freelance musician, she also plays with local orchestras and other ensembles. As a teacher, in addition to having many private students, Liz has been with the Indianapolis Suzuki Academy for more than 20 years and is trained in Suzuki books 1-10. She has also taught cello and preschool music at the Jewish Community Center and Interactive Academy in Indianapolis, and composes both classical and pop music.
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