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I am a native of Taiwan. I began my first piano lesson at the age of four and later started to play violin at the age of nine. I have studied in music schools for 22 years. I learned the professional musical experience and solid foundation of musical theory from school. I have double majored in piano and violin at first in the school, later I paid more attention on violin study. Over the years I have played in many symphony orchestra including Sinfonia da Camera in Champaign, Illinois, Peoria Symphony Orchestra, Champaign-Urbana Symphony Orchestra, Danville Symphony Orchestra, Taipei County Symphony Orchestra, Taipei Century Symphony Orchestra, and Pro Artist Musical Group.
Although I pursued my bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in violin performance, I still keep playing piano. Even serving as a piano accompanist, I have accompanied whom plays violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, oboe, french horn, trombone, trumpet, percussion,and vocal in school auditions, competitions, concerts and recitals over past 13 years.
During 2003-2007, I have served as violin and a piano teacher at DeHo Music School, Taipei, Taiwan, and instructed several private students. In addition, I have served as a substitute violin coach in String Chamber Ensemble of Sheng-Shen Elementary School and Jinhe High School in Taipei, Taiwan, and in New Taipei Jhanghe Junior High School and New Taipei Jhong-Jheng High School in Taipei, Taiwan.
In 2007, I got my Bachelor degree from National Taiwan Normal University. In the same year, I started my scholar violin studies for Master degree at Mannes College in New York, where I studied with Dr. Chin Kim, top prizewinner of several international violin competitions including Queen Elizabeth and Paganini Violin Competitions. Two years later I got my Master degree from Mannes and received full scholarship for Doctoral of Musical Arts degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where I studied under Prof. Sibbi Bernhardsson, member of well-known Pacifica String Quartet. Currently I finished my DMA degree in May.
Over past four years, I paid attention on my studies and playing orchestras; therefore I didn’t teach too much. However, I was designated to be the Teaching Assistant of Professor Sibbi Bernhardsson at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I have instructed some undergraduate students who are violin majors.
In short, I teach Classical piano and violin. I will try my best to instruct no matter techniques or musical things on instruments to students. In addition, for me, keep interested in playing music is more important than just practicing, practicing and practicing for kids!! Therefore, I wish students can be always happy to learn, to play, to have fun in musical world!
Piano, Violin, Mandolin, Music Performance, Music Theory, Fiddle, Viola
My heart would beat too fast and too loud whenever I had to perform music in front of an audience!
Nerves can be calmed by mental "gymnastics"!
We will practice making music as a team! I have coached a lot of string players so that
they can master their challenging orchestra music. I love to help anyone learn how to
play the piano, the violin, the viola or the mandolin. I want you to be able to play the
tunes that you enjoy the most and make it "your music"! I will teach you about
music theory and history and help you train your own ears. You can compose
your own music IF that is what you like...performance opportunities, chamber music too!
I have a BA/BM in Violin Performance from the University of Washington.
Certificated in Suzuki Method.
Former Assistant Concertmaster, Spokane Symphony Orchestra, WA.
Violin, Music Theory
I grew up in a very musical household; listening to anything and everything from 1960's folk, early punk, and current pop music to classical, country, and celtic. I began violin lessons in fourth grade and was trained in the classical tradition though as time went along, was also exposed to modern, fiddle, and pop styles. I believe that my background establishes a solid technical basis for my students that leads to wherever their interests lie.
I received a BFA in Music from Bryn Mawr College and a MMu in Music Theory and Composition from the University of New Mexico. I have played in several ensembles including the Bi-Co Orchestra at Bryn Mawr, multiple chamber music ensembles, a community Chorale Orchestra, and the musical accompaniment to a play. I began teaching violin lessons during my undergraduate degree and have continued teaching ever since.
I have found that there is an enormous joy and satisfaction in teaching the love of music through violin and assisting my students in starting and continuing their own musical journey. I have had students in all stages of life but no matter what the age, the love for music is a great one to be shared.
Bass Guitar, Guitar, Piano, Singing, Violin, Classical Guitar, Music Performance, Music Recording, Music Theory, Songwriting, Ukulele, Banjo
My name is Dustin B.
I've been playing and teaching music for the majority of my life, and I love it :) In fact, I cannot imagine what life would be like without music.
I received my first instrument (a guitar) as a Christmas present when I was only nine years old. My life was forever changed that day, and I can still remember the first couple of guitar lessons that my dad gave me over the weeks that followed.
After thousands of hours of playing instruments, years of private lessons, and a professional music education from Pacific Lutheran University, I found that sharing the gift of music with others was my greatest talent.
I spend most of my days composing, recording, producing and teaching music (in the greater Seattle area), with much of the work performed in my Tacoma-area studio.
In 2011, my band (The BGP) had some global exposure from our appearance on NBC's America's Got Talent. This has led to some really neat opportunities for publishing our music and networking on a national level. The BGP travels on a few small tours around the nation each year. The majority of our performances consist of college showcases and club shows.
As much as I love performing music, I have to admit that I enjoy teaching music a little bit more! It's those "Ah hah" moments that we all have on our musical journey that give me the biggest reward as a musical mentor. And helping others to experience those moments is why I love teaching music.
Piano, Violin, Cello, Music Theory, Fiddle, Viola
Versatile, goal-oriented music instructor with a B.A. in music education who can provide a sound learning
environment while using innovative teaching techniques to encourage active student participation. Experiences in solo, chamber, and orchestral performances on various instruments including piano, violin, viola, cello, and double bass.
Master of Arts in Teaching candidate with special interests in musician's health.
Piano, Singing, Violin, Harp, Viola
Hi! I teach lessons at students' houses in Sammamish & Issaquah. I offer private lessons for harp, violin, viola, piano, voice, and beginning cello and guitar. I have 7 1/2 years of private teaching experience, as well as 1 year of public school classroom teaching experience. I've taught students as young as 3 and as old as 60+.
I have a teaching certificate in music and theater, an MA in teaching PreK-12 music from UMBC, and a BA in music with a minor in education from St. Mary's College of Maryland.
If you're a beginner, look no further! I teach students to play and sing beautifully with correct technique from the
get-go (so that even "kid songs" will sound gorgeous)!
"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."