Emily Greene teaches violin and is Head of the Suzuki Violin Dept. at NCMC. She is also the Program Coordinator for NCMC's Suzuki Program and the Western Massachusetts Summer Suzuki Academy. Emily received her B.A. from Amherst College, where she was concertmaster of the Amherst College Orchestra and first violinist in the internationally touring Tsrema String Quartet. She is also on the violin faculty of the Smith College Campus School.


Christa Muller Hendricks teaches violin at NCMC. She holds a B.M. in Violin Performance (cum laude) from the University of Miami, and a Master's in Violin Performance with an emphasis in Suzuki Pedagogy from The Hartt School. Christa's students have performed at the MA Suzuki Festival, Western Mass Performs, Ogontz Suzuki Institute, Hampshire District Orchestra, and the Suzuki Youth Orchestra of the Americas, and have been heard on WHMP radio.


Tyson Peelle teaches violin and viola, and conducts the winter chamber orchestra at NCMC. Tyson received his B.M. from UMass Amherst. He performs regularly with the Pioneer Valley Symphony and teaches on the faculty of the Western Massachusetts Summer Suzuki Academy.


Amanda Stenroos teaches violin at NCMC. She received her Master's degree in violin performance from UMASS Amherst and her Bachelor's degree in violin performance from The Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music. She has had Suzuki teacher training at Phoenix Fest in MI and at Ithaca College, and has been a violinist with a number of symphony orchestras since 2009. Amanda is also production assistant and co-founder of the UMass Amherst Bach Festival and Symposium


Isabelle Boggs teaches violin and viola at NCMC. She received her Bachelor’s degree in musicology from the Sorbonne in Paris and her Master’s degree in music performance from the University of Montreal, as well as her Massachusetts State Teaching Certificate. Isabelle received her Suzuki strings training at the Hartt School of Music, and has taught on the faculty of Holyoke Community College and Westfield State University.


Carol Hutter has taught violin and viola at NCMC since it was founded in 1986. She has a B.M. from New England Conservatory of Music and SUNY Binghamton, and an M.M. from UMass. She is also a founding member of the Bel Canto Chamber Players and a violist with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. Carol received Suzuki training at The Hartt School and Ithaca College, as well as training with Kato Hayas and David Darling. Carol has taught on the faculty of the Community Music School of Springfield, Deerfield Academy, Northfield Mount Hermon School, Stoneleigh Burnham School, Holyoke Community College, and Red Barn Music Studio.