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.
My teaching depends on the student. I want to teach younger people, such as middle school, elementary school, or freshmen students, and who are beginner or intermediate violinists striving and working hard to become better. My lessons will include working through their repertoire, or giving them more, and also working on their technique.
I give lessons to anyone of any age. The levels I mostly teach are beginners to intermediate. I go with students at their own pace. I get to know the people I tutor and their goals. I teach students scales and exercises that help tone, quality, and intonation. I try not to do too much of the same thing repeatedly because I know how overwhelming that can be.
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 teach violin to the students of ages 5 and older. I create a specialized method plan for each student to provide a personalized approach to learning. My main focus is on helping students to attain a great posture without having a tension in the body. Also, I help students to perform with more accurate pitch, rhythm, dynamics, and thoughtful musical phrasing.
I am a high school student and I give lessons to many younger kids, often ranging from elementary to middle school students. As for structure, I start with the basics: how to hold the instrument, some basic rhythms and how to read the music. Then I move on and advance into simple songs that eventually lead to the more difficult repertoire.
My goal as a teacher is to make sure that my students enjoy playing and improve their skills with a strong basic. I usually base my lessons on the Suzuki method, although I'm open to modifying it to better fit each student's needs.
With beginning students, I generally start with the Suzuki Method and Solos for Young Violinists. I like them to practice sight reading new pieces for me so we can spot-correct and then I have them listen to the piece on a CD throughout the week so they know how it should sound. With more advanced students we either work through a book or they bring me pieces they are interested in learning.
I customize my teaching to the individual, based on what you already know, what you want to learn, and your personal learning style. We can play only by ear, or using sheet music. If you don't know how to read music yet, I'll break it down for you so that it's easy to grasp. You can choose one type of music to learn, or several. We can use FaceTime or another video chat application.
Since each student comes with their own unique experience, I have, over the years, been able to craft very individual learning plans to guarantee successful outcomes. I use a number of different approaches and successful methods, depending upon the needs and goals of each individual student.
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.
Hello! My name is Kaela and I graduated with a B.A. from Berklee College of Music. I am passionate about teaching children the importance of music, and would love to be an inspiration for them! I can teach beginner/intermediate violin, guitar, piano, bass, and vocals.
My main theme is "tecnique first". My lessons are designed to help you improve your technique in the violin. This would help you to play most of violin repertoire.
My teaching method is some Suzuki with basic form first then progression to short songs and scales. Further progress depends on practice.
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.
If a student is not learning through the method I’m using to teach, I will change my method. Student focus is key.
My teaching method is showing the student how to read music, and playing the piece for them. I like working on parts of the music in individual pieces to help the student master it.
I am a college student in Boston, MA. I started playing violin when I was 7 years old, and I continue doing so today. Over the years, I have given international performances in Europe, as well as closer to home in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, United Palace, and more locations.
There’s nothing more captivating than noticing that which goes unnoticed. My name is Kelsey and I am originally from South Africa. I have a Degree in Composition and Conducting from the Berklee College of Music. I have achieved my Master's Certificate for Composition and Orchestration with Berklee Online, and am passionate about pursuing new approaches and developments.
I have just finished high school, and I have taken private violin lessons for over six years. I have studied with the Suzuki method, and I know my notes and music terms quite well. At the moment I have been giving private lessons.
I base my teaching off of strategies that I am taught by having the opportunity to be a teachers assistant and observe the class.
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.
Who am I? I am Anna - a professional violinist. I earned my Master's Degree in Performance from the Royal Academy of Music in London and participated in a number of local and international events, festivals and competitions. I am the 1st prize winner of the “Valsesia Musica International Competition” in Italy and the 2nd prize winner of the “Flame International Competition” in Paris.
B.A. in Music Education with a Double major in Double Bass and Classical Guitar from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado. I played in the University Orchestra as well as the Greeley Philharmonic under the direction of Dr. Howard Skinner.
My teaching method is accustomed to however you like to learn, and I can figure out the best method within the first couple of lessons.
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'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.
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.
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