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I have been playing the violin since I was 4. I've been teaching since November 2014.
I enjoy sharing my experience and what I learnt from my teachers in Japan and the states.
Violin has been love of my life, and teaching is my favorite time to spend any time, any day.
Most important factor that I believe to achieve goals in music....is to have fun and love the fact that you make your music. Make your melody come true!
I started playing the violin when I was four years old. I was trained with Suzuki Methods in Japan and played in city orchestra in Kamakura and Fujisawa, Japan. When I turned 14, I moved to Boston and was taught by a music professor at New England Conservatory. I also played in the Youth Chamber Orchestra at Longy School of Music. I am a violinist I in Atlanta Community Orchestra since September 2014. I currently teach beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. Teaching is my second nature, and violin is my passion. Them combined, I guarantee that my lesson will be a wonderful experience for you and myself!
I'd like to start off by stating that I am above all a passionate musician, who loves to share this passion with everyone and anyone. I do this by teaching and performing the Violin. My first goal in being a teacher is to make you enthusiastic and passionate about music to make learning the Violin more enjoyable and therefore you will learn quickly and become a virtuoso faster. My second goal is to teach you discipline, an important skill in not only Violin practice but also in life in general. Learning a musical instrument can really be beneficial in future work environments and in schooling. Below is my resume if interested. :) Sarah is a classically trained violinist beginning her schooling at the age of seven where she showed great promise as a performer. She has since studied ...
Taught myself the violin.
Previous experience with Mathnasium, Tutorial website, Wyzant. Tutored friends and family. Member of high school math team. Graduate of Georgia Tech 800 on SAT Math 750 on SAT Verbal 680 on SAT Writing 5 on AP Calculus BC, AP Physics, AP Spanish, and AP US History 4 on AP English Language
I teach a beginning to intermediate level of violin, from how to hold the instrument to playing simple pieces.
Hello! My name is Michael W. I am a senior instrumental music education student at Georgia State University. My primary instrument is trumpet, in which I would teach beginner to advanced lessons in. I also have varied amounts of experience in the other areas listed under my profile and enjoy working with all ages.
“My daughter is naturally very shy. After taking lessons with Ms. Jen, she's really come out of her shell. I can tell the difference in her confidence level already, and her grades have even gone up."
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I've personally mentored over 1000 music students in my career and have seen just how effective string instruments are in building confidence and equipping students to overcome any obstacle.
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Education: University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Viola Performance Certification), Berklee College of Music (undergraduate studies, scholarship student), University of Virginia (BA in Music, scholarship student), Belmont University (graduate studies, TA and scholarship student), Suzuki Training (Every Child Can, Violin Book 1) Performance Experience: Ms. C. has performed extensively since turning pro at the age of 15. Her performance experience includes studio, orchestral, and chamber music; she’s performed and studied with artists such as Roy “Futureman” Wooten (drummer for Bela Fleck and The Flecktones), Tracy Silverman (Grammy-winner, Turtle Island String Quartet, Eclectica), Jean-Luc Ponty (Grammy nominee, Chick Corea), and Matt Glaser (Ken Burns’ The Civil War). ...
Fresh out of my Master's degree in Violin Performance from UMass, Amherst. Was trained in the Franco-Belgian technique which seeks to eliminate all tension in violin playing so that the student may flourish naturally. My goal as an instructor is to help a student learn how to practice efficiently in the best way for them. Ideally they will be able to translate these skills and learned diligence into their academic classes to stay successful and keep their GPA high!
While obtaining his Masters degree in Violin Performance, Myers was hired and trained by Elizabeth Chang, the Associate Professor of Violin at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He worked as the Violin Teaching Assistant to the studio where he gave weekly lessons to non-major students who were interested in continuing to better their violin playing. While at UMass, he was trained in the Franco-Belgian violin playing style, which seeks to eliminate all points of tension while playing the violin so that the student may flourish naturally. A slow and persistent approach that focuses on obtaining the correct violin set-up and posture will ensure that EVERY student can learn the violin. His goal as an instructor is to help a student learn how to practice efficiently in the best way ...
"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."