Born and raised in South Korea, I began my musical education with violin at age five and then with viola at ten. I went to Yewon Arts Middle School and Seoul Arts High School with viola. I won the Music Journal Competition and held my winner recital in Seoul, South Korea at age sixteen.
It all starts from fundamentals such as having good posture, listening to correct intonations, and learning bow technique. I believe the more students play scales and etudes such as Kayser, Wolfhart, Kreutzer,and Suzuki, the better they would become as a musicians in the future.
My teaching method depends entirely on the student! My own musical upbringing was very structured and technique-focused; a path I'm happy to show to students who are interested in putting in the required effort. Whatever the student's goals are, long-term or short-term, I try to focus on maximizing personal practice time.
My teaching methods always revolve around my students and their needs. Of course, I make sure that they have a solid musical foundation of first and posses the knowledge needed to read notes or do other things. After that is established I focus on the student's individual needs, whether it's a person's first time playing the violin or they are preparing for the ABRSM Royal test and the CM test.
I am a diligent and success-driven educator with 7 years of experience teaching music private lessons. I am currently available to accept new students for weekly online lessons. I offer 30, 45, and 60 minute online lessons. I have built a reputation of a compassionate, hardworking, and an excellent role model within an incredible short span of time.
I am a concert violinist with 7 years of experience. I taught violin lessons children and senior at home in South Korea. Also, I taught violin Ensembles for the beginner. I graduated Arts High School in South Korea and now I'm in Music University student.
I base each lesson on some fundamentals in music theory and specific techniques that will make each student’s success really show!
I currently Teach three Orchestras at a High School in Bergen County and a Youth Orchestra. I also teach at an New Jersey State University and perform in the NJ and Greater NY area.
My method of teaching revolves around my student's goals for themselves. I can teach classical but other genres as well.
I received my B.M. in Viola Performance from Texas Christian University. I enjoy teaching students of all ages and all levels! I teach small group lessons, chamber lessons, and solo lessons. I generally start beginning and intermediate students with the Suzuki method, supplemented with materials of my choosing like easy theory, sight reading, and scales.
I am a recent college graduate who would like to give beginning and intermediate violin or viola students lessons to take them to the next level. I am enthusiastic and gear each lesson specially towards the student's learning style. I mostly use Suzuki, but intermingle other methods when the student needs it.
My method is that I ask kids what they are struggling with, then I help them succeed at whatever they need help with!
Hi there! I'm a current student of the Peabody Conservatory and I would love to give you a lesson. If you're reading this, you must be interested in lessons, or your child is. I have had many years experience working with kids of all ages in a classroom setting and have 16 years experience as a concertized violinist. I am also glad to teach viola but don't recommend it for small children.
Daniel has received training at the Israel Conservatory in Tel Aviv, The Young Artist Performance Academy of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto and the New England Conservatory in Boston as a full scholarship recipient. In the spring of 2017 Daniel graduated from the Juilliard School in cello performance as a proud recipient of the Kovner Fellowship, and with a minor in piano performance.
I teach ages from 7 to 70. I have taught private lessons in my home studio since 2002. I often have a student request a song they would like to learn and I will notate it free of charge for them. That way they are playing music that they have selected. Students will practice more if they like the music they are playing.
Studied at Shepherd School of Music at Rice University. Lessons start with scales/arpeggios, then etude and solo piece. Scales are emphasized greatly. Students are encouraged to text outside of class for any questions, comments or problems they encounter during home practice.
Able to teach up to 12th grade. I will focus on the foundations of playing the instrument, based on student's current ability, before applying it to music that the student may have in class. Must have an instrument already. Based on background of the student, I will build a repertoire to help strengthen any weak spots, such as bow alignment or dynamics.
I work slowly through the music with my peers and slowly play along with them if they need it. I help with pitch as well. Learning new music and switching between clefs can be stressful and I hope to help so it will give people new confidence and skills.
I have have been teaching music in various settings: Individual Violin/Viola Lessons, Online Lessons, Chamber Music, Orchestra Excerpts, Music Appreciation, and Music theory both in individual and group settings taught by Suzuki and traditional methods.
Having many years of experience in performance and having reached a very high level of playing for myself, I am confident in my ability to teach students from the beginning to an advanced level. For younger students, I would insist that the parents are present and active in the learning process. This is paramount for realizing your child's potential.
Currently studying with Professor Monte Belknap at BYU, I teach violin lessons of my own to students in Sandy and in Provo, Utah. I am passionate about music and strive to help my students discover and nurture love for music and for their instruments. I focus my teaching style on balancing development of technique with distilling a sense of excitement for learning how to play the instrument.
EDUCATION 1985 - 1988 St. Petersburg Conservatory. St. Petersburg, Russia Masters Degree/PhD 1980-1985 St. Petersburg Conservatory St.
Having made a career for myself as a music educator, performer, and collaborative artist, I teach a wide range of students. For young beginners, I use the Suzuki method in which I was trained as a student myself.
I've been playing instruments since I was nine years old, starting with the piano. I'm a very patient teacher who's very passionate about music and eager to help those that want to learn. I can teach piano and music theory at beginner to intermediate levels, and viola at a beginner level.
Classically trained violist/violinist - studied under Jeff Fox, Tonya Ford, Diane Berger, Donna Cain Oklahoma City University Principal Violist 2002-2004, including for the China Tour of 2004 Performed with Oklahoma City University Symphony Orchestra, Oklahoma City University Opera and Music Theater, University of Central Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra
I'm Graduating (2017) from FIU School of Music under the guidance of Michael Klotz and Kemal Gekic. I have taught lessons at a variety of organizations. I got certified in the O'Connor Method, and like to supplement its the Suzuki method as well.
I use methods like Suzuki, Dancla, and many more. I can make the class not too heavy and you can enjoy playing the violin/viola. I can teach you also how to play the songs or pieces you like. Let's start.
I am very patient and i can teach students at basically through any level, if they are starters it will start at a beginners course and eventually increase their ability to become an intermediate player and through advanced.
I am currently finishing my Associates Degree in the Arts and I am happy to teach beginners of all ages (but I have the most experience with children between preschool and middle school). My teaching methodology is primarily a mix of the Suzuki method and classical teaching. I utilize a structured lesson plan that students can work through at their own pace until they master the material.
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