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B.A. Music Degree
10 years experience playing viola
6 years experience teaching viola
The typical student will start out in the Suzuki Method. After a year, traditional and non-traditional literature will be implemented.
I was 3 years old when I started playing the Violin. Since then, I have played a number of different instruments such as the Piano, Organ, Clarinet, Accordion, and Banjo. When I was 6 I started writing music. Since then it has always been my desire to be a conductor and song writer. I attended a private University (Evangel University in Springfield Missouri) and received my B.A. in Music with a Minor in Musical Composition. While at Evangel, I had the wonderful opportunity to enhance my musicianship through academia and professional experience. As such, I became extremely proficient musical theory and performance. I have also received a B.S. in Kinesiology and the Physical Sciences, which has helped me to realize how important music is in my life today. Music is more than just notes, and ...
I began playing the viola 24 years ago and have been teaching it for 12 years. I start beginning viola students from the book "Essential Elements". Once the basic foundations are laid out we move on to scale, etude, and solo books.
Karla is a self-motivated and proactive music educator with a solid experience in music performance and hands-on experience in developing and implementing music programs. Guiding, developing, and challenging students to achieve their highest levels has been a successful and passionate experience for her. Karla obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Music in 2004 from, with an emphasis on Viola from UMKC. She was a Viola performer with the Conservatory Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra, Bach Cantatas, and a string quartet. Her viola teachers have been Dr. Steven Kruse, concert virtuosos Paul Coletti and Scott Lee, and composer Robert Hagenbuch. At the Conservatory she pursued the violin and took lessons from Paul Hatton of the Kansas City Symphony.
Karla also received her Music Educators ...
Hello! My name is Courtney M. and I have played the violin for over twenty years. Nearly all of my formal training has been in classical technique, but I also play fiddle music. I have experience tutoring violin, viola, cello, and bass.
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First and foremost, I believe violin lessons should be fun. No student is going to want to play the violin if he or she associates it with a nagging and unpleasant teacher. I do stop students from doing things incorrectly so that it does not become a habit or cause injury, but I can do this gently and find things the student enjoys playing so that each lesson is an overall positive experience. We play games and mix up activities so that no lesson or practice session involves working on only one thing for thirty minutes. I do ...
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."