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 am always working with my students to develop ease of playing, rhythm, and intonation.
I graduated with my BM in violin performance in spring of 2018 and have 6 years of private teaching experience, for other studios as well as my own . Currently I am subbing in local orchestras, fiddling in a bluegrass band, and doing pop covers at church and wedding gigs. I also actively collaborate and accompany as a pianist and teach piano as well.
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