I am frequently asked by directors across the country which student model instrument they should recommend for their beginning orchestra students. I always tell them they will not find a better student model instrument than the Samuel Eastman 100 for craftsmanship, consistency and a characteristic string sound.
Charlotte Moellering

Charlotte Moellering

String Teacher

Charlotte  Moellering received her B.M.E. from Southwestern University and a Master of Education from the University of North Texas. She is presently an adjunct instructor at Texas A&M University-Commerce, where she teaches the String Methods course, applied lessons, and coaches a chamber ensemble. As a master teacher, she currently serves as a mentor to first year teachers in the Lewisville ISD and is a clinician for Eastman Strings and Music and Arts.  As a leader in the field of music education, she has served in numerous capacities. She is a Past President of the Texas Orchestra Directors Association. As a member of TMEA, Ms. Moellering has served as Region Chair, All-State Orchestra Organizer, and conductor/clinician for numerous region orchestras. Actively involved as a state and national adjudicator for Choice Music Events, American Classic Music Festivals and Texas UIL, she holds memberships in Phi Beta Kappa, Mu Omicron, TODA, TMAA, ASTA, and is a Texas PTA life member. Ms. Moellering is listed in multiple editions of Who’s Who of American Women and is a recipient of the DAR National Community Service Award. She has served as the Orchestra Vice-President of the Texas Music Adjudicators Association, leading UIL adjudicator workshops.  

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