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Popular Violin Teachers Near Flower Mound

Damien G.

Lewisville, TX
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Maryellen W.

Fort Worth, TX
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Gaily C.

Allen, TX
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Damien G. Lewisville, TX

Subjects Taught

Clarinet, Piano, Saxophone, Violin

About Me

Damien G. received his Bachelor’s degree in Clarinet Performance from Loyola University New Orleans, his Master’s Degree from the University of North Texas, and is currently working on his DMA at the University of North Texas. As an undergrad at Loyola University, Damien toured as a clarinet soloist with the Loyola Chamber Orchestra in Yugoslavia, Hungary, and Vienna. He has been a member of the UNT Wind Symphony , under Eugene Corporan, and the UNT Orchestra, led by Anshel Brusilow. More recently, he has performed at two UNT concerto concerts as a soloist with the UNT chamber orchestra. Damien also has performed with the Contemporary Theater of Dallas along with other freelance activities in the DFW area. His teachers include: Mr. A. Crisanti,Dr. James Gillespie, Dr. John Scott, Steve Cohen, Daryl Coad, and John Reeks.

*** Lesson Details ***
I am mostly laid back, however, I do demand excellence and great tonal projection. For clarinet, I really like Klose's method, however, I use a lot of Rose Etudes, Voxman, etc. For violin, my curriculum would include the Suzuki and Flesch methods.

*** Travel Equipment ***
I expect students to have a stand and a metronome/tuner

*** Specialties ***
I teach mainly in the classical genre....for Violin I like the Suzuki method, though I can teach through any method. I am aware of the freedom of jazz improvisation as well.

Maryellen W. Fort Worth, TX

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About Me

Hello Parents/Students,
Thank you for checking out my profile. I absolutely love playing, performing and teaching violin. My hope is to share this wonderful gift with you! I try to meet students where they are, whether you are a beginner or an advanced student. My goal is to progress you to your full potential in a positive, encouraging atmosphere. I enjoy teaching and I bring a lot of energy to the lesson -- I hope you will too, because together, we will make learning violin a great experience; one I hope you will cherish for a long time.
My approach to teaching is student specific. I know everyone learns differently and at their own pace. My hope is to inspire and challenge you to reach your full potential, while applauding your achievements along the way. I have a great sense of humor and a genuine interest in each student I teach.
To let you know a little about me, I began studying violin at the age of seven, progressing quickly through the Suzuki Method repertoire. I played with Shinichi Suzuki on a concert when he came to Knoxville, Tennessee to celebrate his birthday. I competed at state level, receiving no less than superior ratings and winning best violinist in the state of Tennessee. I went on to take from international professionals, Patricio and Jacinto Cobos of Chile; Alan Lieb, a protégé of Shinichi Suzuki, as he studied with him for years in Japan; the first chair violinist of the Memphis State Symphony, and Melvin Harrison of Texas Christian University.
Harrison encouraged me to become a teacher and I took a few courses at TCU in order to be certified as a Suzuki teacher in 1999.
I opened my home studio and by word of mouth, many schools in the Fort Worth area became interested in having me teach/coordinate violin programs for their fine arts programs. I taught for programs at All Saints Episcopal School, Fort Worth Country Day School, Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts, Texas Elementary School of the Arts, Saintsville Preparatory Academy as well as taught and coordinated the Suzuki Program for Youth Orchestra of Greater Fort Worth. Many of my students have gone on to play in youth orchestras, several placing first chair.
My background involves about thirty years of playing/studying violin, as well as playing in the orchestra at Baylor University and performing at Bass Hall, here in Fort Worth. I am currently recording with a local artist and the album will be available the first of January 2014.
I look forward to working with you.

*** Lesson Details ***
My method is a combination of the Suzuki Method and a more traditional approach. I find the repertoire in Suzuki is excellent for foundation in position and technique, but I like to supplement sight reading by using level appropriate etudes from Wolfhart, scales from Craig Duncan's three octave studies of major, minor, melodic and harmonic, as well as several selections of duets that I find solidifies a student's confidence in playing in harmony with another. I tailor my style of teaching to each student, depending on temperament, level of skill and discipline. I like to meet students where they are and progress them at a challenging pace, consistent with their skill level and potential.
A lesson with me begins with review, warming up on pieces learned or, if the student is a beginner, learning position to facilitate correct finger placement for pitch and doing bow exercises structured to assure bow control. If the student has played before, we concentrate on warming up, but also try to add dynamics, style and musicality to their review piece, as I like them to be challenged even as we are beginning. Next, we would focus on their current piece. We talk about key signature, play the corresponding scale to get our "formula" for playing the piece in correct rhythm and pitch. Then we work on the current piece. The last few minutes I bring etudes into the mix and spend time progressing them in theory and sight reading. Each student must have a notebook to record our lesson notes and keep up with practice throughout the week, as I fix a chart for them to clarify. My lessons are taught in a positive manner, encouraging the student to progress at their own pace, but also challenging them to reach their full potential.
I encourage students to play music from every genre, as many of them want to see the practical application in their lives. We can rock out to the Beatles, Bonjovi or Taylor Swift, while also learning the technique in Bach, Mozart and Mendelsohn.
I prefer to teach lessons weekly (meaning having a lesson once a week) and not take students who want to come for one or two lessons.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a beautiful studio with a wonderful bay window. There is room for parents to relax on a comfortable couch and listen to the lesson. I have a piano in the studio, should we need accompaniment at any time. I provide a music stand as well. For some of the pop music, I provide an amplifier and a microphone that attaches to the violin.

*** Specialties ***
I teach a combination of traditional/Suzuki, incorporating three octave scales and exercises, etudes, repertoire from the Suzuki Method, while teaching the importance of position, technique, musicality, center pitch and performance.

Gaily C. Allen, TX

Subjects Taught

Music Performance, Violin

About Me

I have experience working with ages 6+. In additional to teaching traditional violin methods like Suzuki, I also train students performance techniques and many modern styles of music, like Lindsey Stirling and beyond.

Degreed professional from Penn State University. I have played acoustic violin 28 years and electric violin 12 years. Currently, I am a full time teacher and freelance violinist, performing for events and recording for albums and television.

Allison M.

Irving, TX
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Cathy W.

Forney, TX
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Sarah Y.

Dallas, TX
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Allison M. Irving, TX

Subjects Taught

ACT, Algebra, Arithmetic, Basic Math, Calculus, Elementary Math, ESL, Math, Piano, Pre Algebra, Pre Calculus, Spanish, Violin

About Me

I love teaching and helping children and youth succeed--it is my passion. I have been a high school math teacher for two years, teaching Geometry, Algebra, Algebra 2, and Precalculus. I also have tutored for over 6 years in all levels of math, from elementary to Calculus. I enjoy what I do and love to watch students learn and "get it"!

I have played both the violin and piano for 17 years and love the music it has brought into my life. I taught piano for 3 years and was able to see 2 students rise to an advanced skill level of piano.
I was the first-chair violinist in my 6A division high school and competed in All-State orchestras as well as ranking 7th chair in large district orchestra. I also enjoyed playing in my university orchestra and community orchestra for 2 years. My violin teacher played for the Kansas City Symphony, and I played in a civic orchestra with her.

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Math Tutoring: My lessons are driven in a couple of different ways and vary per request of the parent and student. I first focus on what the student needs in order to be successful in school and aid in doing the homework and/or test preparation. While doing this, I am a tutor who stretches the student to use their knowledge and abilities and helps them develop problem solving and critical thinking skills. I do this by not stepping in too early and letting students think and struggle so that connections in the brain are made.

I also make lessons enjoyable and fun for students. My experience in teaching has given me fun ways to make more difficult concepts easier and more memorable. I love to teach!

Violin and piano: I teach using the Bastien piano program, but also have taught with other books. I teach with their books instructing technique, theory, and performance. With violin, I teach using various methods and can teach with the Suzuki method.

I believe it is important to motivate your student and show them the love I have for music. I am a caring and patient teacher for all students.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I have a violin and piano which will be used for lessons. Student will need to bring their own violin and music books, or a graphing calculator and textbook for math.

*** Travel Equipment ***
For math tutoring, all you need is a paper and pencil. For violin and piano, you need the respective instrument and the music books.

Cathy W. Forney, TX

Subjects Taught

Piano, Violin

About Me

I have been teaching students on a regular basis since receiving my Violin Performance Degree in 2008, but have taught several students on and off for over 20 years. I also play in a local symphony.

Sarah Y. Dallas, TX

Subjects Taught

Music Theory, Viola, Violin

About Me

I recently moved to the Dallas area for grad school. I started studying violin with the Suzuki method at the age of 3. I joined an orchestra program in 8th grade and was admitted into the high school orchestra half way through my first year. I remained in the orchestra for the rest of my high school years. My senior year of high school, I started taking lessons with a teacher who taught traditional violin lessons. I also participated in district and state solo and ensemble festivals. I hold a BA in Music with an Ethnomusicology Emphasis. During my undergraduate studies I studied under Mr. David Taylor, the assistant concertmaster of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. I also learned viola during my undergrad, playing viola in the full orchestra at my school for my junior and senior years there. I have also studied some piano and music theory and am able to provide music theory lessons for those preparing for taking music courses at a college level or simply wanting to learn more about music.

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