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Amanda Limon

About Your Instructor

Amanda began her piano training at age 5 with concert pianist Farizat Tchiviroba in Tijuana, Baja California and later continued her studies with acclaimed teacher Zarema Tchiviroba of the Conservatory of Baja California Orchestra.


Along the way she twice earned first prize for her Bienal Estatal de Piano performances in Mexicali, Baja California. Later she worked with Dr. Karen Follingstad to study her Bachelor of Piano Performance from SDSU where she also studied sociology.


Active as a recitalist, chamber member, and teacher in Chula Vista, she has also studied the Alexander Technique with Alice Olsher.   


Amanda's journey as a Suzuki teacher began when she was introduced to the Suzuki Method while studying piano at SDSU. Inspired by the approach, which emphasizes the development of a child's musical ability through a nurturing environment and a strong partnership between teacher, student, and parents, Amanda decided to pursue Suzuki teacher training and received her Suzuki Method training from Diana Galindo, Fay Adams and Annette Lee. 


Additionally she has taken trainings for the early stages in piano technique for children with international pedagogue Irina Gorin, Dalcroze workshops for music teachers with international Master Teacher Manuel Zazueta and has taken online pedagogy workshops with Los Angeles based piano instructor Roza Yoder. She has been part of the piano faculty for the San Diego Suzuki Summer Institute since 2021.


Since then, Amanda has become a dedicated and highly sought-after Suzuki teacher, known for her patient and encouraging approach to teaching students of all ages. She has taught in a variety of settings, including private lessons, group classes, and workshops throughout San Diego city , and has helped countless students develop a lifelong love of music.


Amanda is deeply committed to the Suzuki philosophy of developing the whole child, and she strives to create a supportive and nurturing environment in which her students can thrive.


In addition to her work as a teacher, Amanda is also an active performer, and she often incorporates her performance experience into her teaching. Her students benefit from her deep understanding of the music they are learning and her ability to demonstrate proper technique and expression.


Amanda is a passionate advocate for music education and the Suzuki Method, and she believes that everyone has the potential to develop a love and appreciation for music. She is dedicated to helping her students reach their full potential and develop the skills they need to succeed in music and in life.

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