"Alice Greminger has been teaching my two sons (now ages 10 & 12) cello for six years. She is a fantastic teacher. She is warm, supportive, loving and kind to my boys and to me. Yet, she manages to get the best out of all of us in terms of learning.
One way in which Alice sets herself apart from other teachers is in her ability to meet her students where they are, instead of having uniform expectations for them. This means more work for her. Alice's teaching style has had to change and grow as my boys have changed and grown. I have always been amazed at how she is able to adapt to and respond to their changing levels of maturity, or new interests in ways that made the cello continue to be fun for them."
Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs
Clinical Professor of Law
University of Michigan Law School