My methodology for younger students includes fun games to get the students interested. I have a Suzuki background and emphasize listening to the music, but I recognize that a basic understanding of music theory and music reading is very helpful as well. I have taught students age 3-21, and adapted my methodology to each student as necessary.
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.
A través de los años he trabajado con varios métodos de enseñanza para violín que va desde la escuela rusa de violín hasta la escuela americana.
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.
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.
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.
I base my lessons on a student need. This allows for more focus on what they need to work on as well as what I believe will allow them to grow. Recommended for beginner and intermediate level violinists. Will teach how to read music as well.
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.
I taylor my teaching methods to each individual student. I can help a student learn repertoire or with Orchestra music.
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 recognize that each student is different from the next, and while I prefer to guide all students through a similar structure, I always make conscious and consistent efforts to evaluate each student's progression to determine what needs the most work.
I base my classes on each individual student's needs within a classroom, an orchestra, or an audition. I break down the music in easy to digest sections and work forwards and backwards until a student is comfortable enough to add in stylistic nuances.
My Credentials: B.M, Violin Performance, Azusa Pacific University, CA M.M, Violin Performance from Duquesne University, PA As a Certified Suzuki Instructor, I draw from the philosophies and pedagogy of Shinichi Suzuki, as well as Galamian and Rolland. I offer lessons to individuals of all ages ranging from 6-60.
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.
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