It is not that most students are unmusical, but merely their technique or lack thereof significantly impairs their ability to proficiently project their musical ideas. Once certain technical skills are mastered, the playing speaks for itself more eloquently.
Sarita is on the Applied faculty of Tufts University and teaches on the Emerson Program at MIT. Ms. Uranovsky also maintains a private studio. She is on the faculty of the Saarburg International Music Festival in Germany and the Vianden International Music Festival in Luxenbourg.
“endless enthusiasm and perseverance for improvement”
Sarita’s joyous spirit and focused dedication to teaching the violin is remarkable. Her love and passion for the instrument, combined with her endless enthusiasm and perseverance for improvement is nothing short of inspiring.
“It is a joy to be her student.”
Sarita is a superb violinist and an inspirational teacher. I was losing my motivation beacuse I was always playing by myself and was not able to play with somebody! Sarita taught me to "listen" to another player and to intergrate my own playing in duo. It is a joy to be her student.
— Paola Rizzoli
She has an uncanny knack for figuring out what’s wrong at any given time and knowing how to fix it.
“clearly articulate[s] her knowledge”
What I appreciate about Sarita is her ability to clearly articulate her knowledge to me.
— Esther Nahm
“brings […] her own learning and engagement”
She brings to the teaching process her own learning and engagement in progressing as a musician, performer and teacher.
— Jane Mooney
“caters her pedagogical approach […] to each student”
Sarita caters her pedagogical approach differently to each student, to suit their unique needs.
— Nina Young