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Popular Violin Teachers Near Providence

Dr. Kathy K.

South Weymouth, MA
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Mario R.

Stoughton, MA
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Maeve L.

Lincoln, RI
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Dr. Kathy K. South Weymouth, MA

About Dr. Kathy

I have had a passion for music and the violin since I first held the violin at an early age. There is something very magical about the instrument when you hear the beautiful sounds coming out of it and you are drawn to it immediately. I had my debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony at age 17, attended the Juilliard school for Pre-College and College, then received a full scholarship to study with the Concertmaster of the Pittsburgh Symphony and went on to do a Doctorate in Conducting. I have travelled around the world conducting professional orchestras and performing as a soloist and as a member of an orchestra abroad. Simultaneously, I have been teaching the violin privately and taught viola and cello also in public schools in Massachusetts. My extensive musical education and ...

Mario R. Stoughton, MA

About Mario

I am a highly motivated and energetic music teacher since 1990. I graduated from Westfield State College in 1991 with a BA in Music Education with a concentration on Classical Guitar, Choral Directing, and Voice. Since 1997, I've been the Chorus/Orchestra/General Music Teacher for Masconomet Middle School in Topsfield. I've performed at Carnegie Hall twice, once at the NYC Met, and have taught in many music stores in Massachusetts. I'm also a classical composer and many of my compositions are featured on my YouTube channel. The method books I use for teaching are: Piano: Alfred series Guitar: Hal Leonard Both books offer easy steps into learning music because they feature well-known songs the students have heard prior. On my YouTube channel, I have several instructional videos on ...

Maeve L. Lincoln, RI

I've been teaching violin for 3 years, mostly at the beginner level, but willing to work with any age/experience group. I specialize in the Suzuki Method, taking students as far as I can with this style of training before moving them on to more difficult works and techniques. I like to incorporate theory and sight-singing/ear training into lessons, as they are crucial skills in helping a student further his/her understanding of the instrument and music, as well as learning studies and etudes.

About Maeve

My name is Maeve L. I have been playing the violin since the age of 6 and I am now in my junior year of college. I attend Rhode Island College and study privately with Professor John Sumerlin. Before Professor Sumerlin, I studied under Daniela Gongora, Elizabeth Faidley, Charles Sherba and David Rubenstein and I am a graduate of the Suzuki Method, therefore, I prefer to teach by this method. I began teaching in my freshman year of college, mostly younger students (elementary age), but I am willing to teach any age group. I am able to provide private lessons from my home studio, from the college, or travel to the student's home.

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TakeLessons offers private in-studio and in-home Violin in Providence and nearby areas. Learn how to play violin by working with a qualified TakeLessons instructor. Review Providence Violin teacher profiles and contact a friendly TakeLessons student counselor by phone or email for assistance with scheduling your Violin lessons.

Whether you are a beginner Violin student, intermediate Violin student, or advanced Violin student, a TakeLessons Instructor can help you learn or enhance your Violin skills. Your choices for a Providence Violin instructor come from a variety of backgrounds, making it easy to find one that matches your interests and skill level. Each Violin instructor's specialties are listed on their profile, along with helpful details like teaching style, background, photos, ...

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