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Popular Violin Teachers Near San Bernardino

Kan W.

Rancho Cucamonga, CA
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Rui M.

Redlands, CA
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Mari M.

Redlands, CA
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Kan W. Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Subjects Taught

Chinese, Piano, Viola, Violin

About Me

€œThe concertmaster, Kan, handled her difficult solos with disarming ease.€ -Mark Swed
Music Critic
October 23, 2008 LA Times

Acclaimed by the LA Times as a soloist Kan has been a concertmaster in various orchestras, as Shanghai Youth Symphony Orchestra, Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra and MJD International Symphony Orchestra, she has collaborated with numerous renowned musicians, including Seiji Ozawa, Mstislav L. Rostropovich, Lang Lang, Yundi Li, and Josep Carreras among others. Kan earned Bachelorƒ¢‚€‚™s Degree from Shanghai Conservatory of Music, China, where she studied with Professor Ding Zhi Nuo. Currently, she is the concertmaster of Azusa Pacific University Orchestra, and a student of Artist Certificate Programme under Professor Charles Stegeman on full scholarship.

She received her bachelor's degree from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, where she studied under Professor Ding Zhi Nuo. To further pursue her music career, Kan came to study in the United States on full scholarship at Azusa Pacific University, where she received the Artist Certificate Program Diploma in 2010. Meanwhile, she served as concertmaster for the Azusa Pacific University Symphony Orchestra. Kan studied under professor Charles Stegeman, and recently obtained her Music Performance masters.

*** Lesson Details ***
First, I need to talk to my students about their goals. Not only for the adult, teacher also need to know what kids want to know about music. They are interested in it sometimes, they just don't know. Second, I will let them know, interests is just the first step. If you want to learn, you have to pay! Pay your patient, and your endeavor. I will teach in some specific ways to motive students to approach the goals. for example: listen, singing, playing, reading is the process to make the students catch the goal faster without lost their interests! So involve more activities in the lessons is very important! Also, serious technique practice is necessary. As I mentioned before, not only interests, if you want to learn , you have to pay. Once you catch your goal, you will feel happy that the teacher has been pushed you for some boring finger exercise.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I do have a grand piano at home.For violin students, they should have their own instrument.

*** Specialties ***
Suzuki style, classical, contemporary, modern music

Rui M. Redlands, CA

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About Me

Do you know a beautiful coast city named Qingdao in China? It is my hometown.
My major in Shandong Normal University was violin teaching and music education, With a masters from Osaka Education University in Japan, and more than 10 years of professional teaching experience .
Not only I am able to offer my students a diverse range of educational resources, but also I would like to introduce Chinese and Japanese culture and teach Chinese and Japanese language.

Mari M. Redlands, CA

Subjects Taught

Piano, Viola, Violin

About Me

Welcome to my music studio!

This will be a fun, incredible way to start or continue your music instruction. I have been a private violin and piano instructor since 1991. I took a break in 2005 while my kids were little. Now that they have grown up a bit, I am so excited to come back to this!

My teaching methods involve reading notes. I do not teach the Suzuki method. If that is what you are looking for, I can refer you to some wonderful local teachers. I will have 2 recitals a year and some workshops and clinics in between.

Thank you and I am looking forward to taking this musical journey with you!

Recitals and Performances: I will schedule 2 recitals a year and I highly encourage students to attend and participate in both.

Practice: A student's progress is 100% based on the practicing that takes place at home. I recommend having a scheduled time everyday that is dedicated to uninterrupted practice time. For 30 minute lessons, I recommend a 30 minute practice.

Books and Materials: On the first day, I will have books that you can buy from me. Please bring books to every lesson.
PIANO STUDENTS: It is crucial that you have a working piano at home. While I understand it's a huge commitment to buy/rent a piano, playing on a keyboard is not the same. The exception is if you have a full size keyboard (88 keys), with touch sensitivity.
VIOLIN/VIOLA STUDENTS: PLEASE consult me before you buy/rent a violin. There are several places that you can buy a violin 'package' for $99. For not much more, you can have a violin that is higher quality and will sound better. Remember, you only sound as good as your instrument! I know several reputable places that rent instruments that are of high quality.

Summer Schedule: I will try and be as accommodating as possible for the summer. If you know already which days you will be gone, let me know and we can work it into the calendar.

My approach to teaching lessons has always been with a gentle, calm demeanor. However, that said, I do want my students to excel and feel challenged. If at any time, you have concerns, please don't hesitate to talk to me about them. I want this to be a fun experience and the only way to ensure that is to make sure that the port of communication is always open. Thank you and let's get started!

Loribeth G.

Redlands, CA
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Sara J.

Palm Springs, CA
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Beth S.

Temecula, CA
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Loribeth G. Redlands, CA

Subjects Taught

Basic Math, College Admissions, Creative Writing, Ear Training, Elementary Math, English Literature, Essay Writing, Fiddle, Geometry, GRE, History, Humanities, Literature, Math, Music Theory, Philosophy, Piano, Pre Algebra, Public Speaking, Reading, Social Sciences, Social Studies, Sociology, Songwriting, Speech, Study Skills, Test Prep, Trigonometry, Ukulele, Viola, Violin, Vocabulary, Writing

About Me

Loribeth G. holds a B.A. in Music (magna cum laude) from Webster University and an M.A. in Ethnomusicology from the University of California, Riverside. With 2 degrees in music, one performance-based and one scholarship-based, Loribeth has a deep understanding of the multiple facets of music-making.

As a violinist, Loribeth has performed in the Webster University Symphony, the Webster University New Music Ensemble, Kusisqua (Andean Folk Music), numerous chamber ensembles, and as a soloist. With regard to repertoire, she has experience playing both classic and more contemporary works. She has performed in Japan and Mexico as well as numerous cities across the United States. She served as acting principal second violin with the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra during the 2013-2014 season and currently performs as a freelance musician for special events.

As a scholar, Loribeth has studied and written about music's connections with culture, identity, history, memory, and social politics. Her thesis work focused on Swing and the Japanese American Internment. She has presented her work at a number of academic conferences internationally. As an educator, Loribeth is experienced with teaching students of all ages from diverse social backgrounds.

Loribeth began playing violin at age 9. As a student, she studied Western classical music. In addition to her Western classical training, Loribeth's musical experiences include Javanese gamelan, Okinawan sanshin, Taiko, Andean folk music, Bluegrass, and Old-Time fiddling. Through her diverse musical tastes, Loribeth has met and performed with musicians from around the world.

Teaching Philosophy:
Student goals and interests are at the center of my teaching approach. I tailor lesson plans and musical repertoire to each student. However, I believe that developing an experienced musical ear, technique, and musicality are fundamental to good music-making. As such, I am quick to adapt to changing student needs while consistently emphasizing the technical and musical basics.

I also believe that music is social - very social. The thing that usually keeps students practicing and playing is engagement with others. As such, I play along with the students at lessons (when appropriate), work on how to play with others, and encourage families to develop a social musical environment in the home to help keep students (and families) making music for life, together.

Sara J. Palm Springs, CA

Subjects Taught

Ear Training, Music Performance, Music Theory, Violin

About Me

Sara J originated from Pasadena, CA where she began her musical studies at the age of 7. Not only was she involved with her school's music programs, she performed with groups such as the Crown City Symphony (formerly known as the Crown City Chamber Players) and the Pasadena Summer Youth Chamber Orchestra, and took violin lessons for five years with violin instructor Roberta Wilcox.

After transferring from Pasadena City College, (studying with, violinist and conductor, Andre Ganea and, member of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Paul Stein) she received her Bachelor's of Music degree in Performance from the University of Redlands under the instruction of Pavel Farkas. In April 2014, she graduated from the Master's of Music program at the University of Redlands earning a degree in Violin Performance under the instruction of Jeanne Skrocki.

She performs with the Coachella Valley Symphony, Redlands Symphony Orchestra, Pasadena Summer Youth Chamber Orchestra. She is also involved in a Piano Trio and performs as a Colonial Fiddle Musician on Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen at the Hawk’s Head Tavern. You may also find Sara playing many events as part of a string quartet throughout the Coachella Valley, Inland Empire, and parts of Los Angeles county.

Ms. J is very passionate for music and tries to instill that same passion into her students by teaching them both the technicality and musicality of different pieces. She believes that when one learns how to play an instrument, one must also learn the principles of music in general. When a musician knows every facet of a piece they are playing, performing the music becomes a deeper experience for the performer and audience, whether that piece be a Beethoven Concerto or Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star. She strives to help the students become very knowledgeable, not only in playing the violin itself, but also in music theory, history, ear training, wise practicing, and performance etiquette.

Beth S. Temecula, CA

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About Me

I teach conventional method to young elementary students. My focus is for them to learn proper instrument positioning, development of ear training, proper practice methods, beginning theory and composition.

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