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.
I use the Suzuki Method as my main approach, although the approach is altered to meet every students individual needs. My goal is to be a part of my students journey to become happy well-rounded members of society. As a teacher I focus on fun, family involvement, and celebrating every accomplishment no matter how big or small.
As my teaching is focused on younger children, I use different and varied tactics to keep them engaged and learning. This includes games to help learn notes, fun, recognizable songs to encourage the musical ear, and lots of stickers.
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.
Students enjoy their instrument the most when they are competent and confident in their abilities. I cater lessons towards each individual students needs while making sure that all students receive a solid foundation in music reading, technique and musicality.
I am a certificated Suzuki teacher, which believes that every child, with the proper environment, can play music. In this pedagogy, the student, the parents, and the teacher work together so learning violin is not just an extra event in the student's schedule, but something that the family members share together. Yet, I also use traditional teaching method, which focus on the students themselves.
I teach lessons based on the needs and desires of my students. I help by inspiring with a positive, fun-loving approach. If my student wants to learn to read music, I use that approach or if they prefer learning by ear, we move in that direction.
I focus a lot on technique and note reading. I am not a Suzuki certified teacher. I insist that all my students read music. My methodology is focused on positive learning and growth. I have a Master's degree in violin performance and regularly perform around the country giving master classes.
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 focus on fine tuning vital techniques to enhance the overall sound and performance - Practice and technique based etudes and exercises will be used to make quality sound second nature - I am always open to student feedback as I understand that some teaching methods may cause unnecessary anxieties
I would love to teach beginning students. I find that repetition, as well as gaining confidence, is key when practicing things such as bowing and intonation. My belief is that every student learns differently and has different needs. That’s why I don't believe in a one size fits all teaching method.
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.
My classes are dynamic, I do them with technical books, in addition to methods, books of scales, the most important thing is always respect in front of me and for me to be a musician does not have an age limit, everything is possible when you want to do it
My teaching methodology follows the lines of allowing each individual learn at their own pace while allowing them to stretch a bit as I push them to new limits they might have never thought were possible. I start out teaching the fundamentals of music: the notes, the symbols, etc. and then slowly but surely progress onto technique and the mastery of the violin.
I usually like to make sure that each student have a solid foundation in basic music theory and ear training. I find that having a strong base in these topics can often help the student's learning to be more effective and successful. Once I find the student ready to move on, I will assign repertoire in addition to scales and etudes that are appropriate for the student's capabilities and needs.
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.
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.
The best way to learn the violin is through practice and didactic teaching. Music is a discipline, and thus students should expect scale repetitions, fingering drills, and all the uncomfortable work that goes into making the violin sound elegant and beautiful.
I have been described by my students as fun, energetic, helpful, and thorough.
I actually haven’t taught a class but I do feel that each individual learns differently and at their own pace, so I would like to help students as much as I can to teach them in the ways that they feel they strive the best in.
I teach classic violin. While passing my knowledge to the students, i seek to make the learning process exciting, full of positive energy and support.
I base my teaching off of the violinist's experience. My teaching is mostly based off of the Suzuki books which my students would need to buy for themselves.
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.
I generally start students with a combination of Suzuki ideas with the blue book of violin tunes and colourstrings depending on the student's strengths and interests. I also teach scales and music theory during lessons and improvising/fiddle depending on the students' ages and interests.
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