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SuperStrings Studio

In a few words, the mission of SuperStrings Studio is to help string teachers do what they do with confidence, ease, camaraderie, and flow.

SuperStrings Studio encourages and uplifts bowed string music teachers all over the world, with string specialists from countries around the globe. SuperStrings Studio was started by Bonny Buckley in 2017 in Germany to connect an international community of strings students and teachers. Now it is based in Suzhou, China and spans the globe via the power of the internet.

As teachers, we know the intrinsic value of what we provide in our work but in reality, sometimes it can be ridiculously challenging, and there may even be times when we consider giving it up to do something else for a living. On the other hand, there are so many incredible people teaching, giving selflessly, working diligently, and making it better for our string students and for each other. Heck, string teachers are like superheroes making the whole world a better place to be! The Royal String Teacher Association, a branch of SuperStrings Studio, fully appreciates the contributions of string teachers at both the local level and on a global scale.

We have good reason to be proud of our work and our accomplishments and we are creating an enduring future for the next generation. Together we can go beyond our limitations, learn how to maximize our time, celebrate our milestones, and achieve so much more! Royal String Teacher Association members, sponsored by SuperStrings Studio, connect the dots by providing a uniquely supportive string teacher platform, helping string teachers to thrive.

RSTA, a branch of the studio, is the only borderless string teacher association in the world and probably the most positive place anywhere just for string teachers. Wherever we are on the planet, and whatever stage we are at in our string teaching career, the Royal String Teacher Association  shines positive light & ideas into our work.

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