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As we begin lessons, we break down the violin (of course not literally) to explore how integral each part is. We also look at positioning and holding the instrument discovering the motion and muscle that creates the best tone from the violin.
With these foundations, I'll introduce scales, songs and progress into new concepts along the way.
But with any musical instrument, the ear is the most important part of the instrument. How you listen directly impacts how you will play. I will help train your ears to be your best teacher.
All in all, learning the violin can be fun - a time or two frustrating.Though with willingness and proper practice, we will learn from mistakes, grow with each lesson and make beautiful music.
*** Studio Equipment ***
I provide a comfortable ground-level studio with plenty of natural light and street parking. Parents are welcome to stay with children during their lesson. There are, however, a variety of choice cafes and bakery shops just around ...
I grew up studying violin under the Suzuki method for over 13 years at the University of Louisville School of Music Preparatory School, my listening and playing skills were nurtured at the young age of five. I performed with the Louisville Youth Orchestra and other ensembles increasing my skills and confidence playing the instrument. A confidence that I can bring out in you as your violin teacher.
Beyond the classical foundation of Suzuki's collection, the violin has afforded me a unique opportunity to express myself in a wide range of musical styles and venues:
* I have supplied harmonies on acoustic covers and classic rock numbers at college open mics and coffee shops.
* I rocked out with an indie-pop band on famous Seattle stages like The Showbox, The Crocodile and ...
Violinist Jae-In S. has distinguished herself as one of the most promising artists, performing extensively throughout Europe, North America and Asia since her concerto debut at the age of 10. She has made further solo appearances with the Seoul Symphony, Port Angeles Symphony, Seattle Philharmonic, UW Symphony, Daejeon Philharmonic, Gloria chamber Ensemble, and Washington Idaho Symphony and often performed live on national television and radio such as on KBS and King FM Radio.
Since the age of 4 she studied music at the Preparatory School of Korean National University of Arts, Yewon School, and Seoul Arts High School and received her bachelor degree in music at Yonsei University, Master degree at Yale School of Music on full scholarship, and Doctoral degree at University of Washington. ...
Ilen is a great beginning Violin teacher. Uses the Suzuki technique to give you all the groundwork to becoming a violinist.
*** Specialties ***
Contemporary ear training, speech-level singing, songwriting, rock, r &b, soul, gospel, musical theatre, Beginning classical, Voice
Beginners - We will start with the Essential Elements Book 1, then progress to Suzuki along with selected etudes and scales. Once a solid foundation has been laid down, we will select a piece together that is within your reach but will be a great challenge.
Intermediate/Advanced - You will be given scales, etudes, and a piece of our choice that will play to your strengths and strengthen your weaknesses.
My name is Caleb T. I am twenty-three years old and a student at Seattle Central College. I have lived in Edmonds for eight years, and am an avid performer in the Seattle area.
I am a violinist of twelve years. In high school, I won the Outstanding Underclassman in Orchestra Award two years in a row, as well as the Arion Award and Scholarship my Senior Year. I have played in groups such as the Louisiana All-State Youth Symphony, the Cascade Youth Symphony, the Seattle Rock Orchestra, and the Rainbow City Orchestra. In addition to this, I have soloed with the Rainbow City and Issaquah Philharmonic. I annually perform in pit orchestras for the Driftwood Players, Madrona Children's Theater, and several other institutions/shows.
I have been an avid reader and ...
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I teach violin lessons to students ages 3-18 of all levels. I teach mostly using the Suzuki method, but also supplement with other materials. I have a Bachelor's in violin performance from the Eastman School of music and Master's from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh PA. Before moving back to Seattle this month, I was freelancing as a violinist in Pittsburgh while maintaining a small private violin studio for the past 3 years. I'm now accepting new students in Seattle.
Multiple styles: Classical, Jazz, Fiddle
String Basics, Fiddlers Philharmonic, Mark O'Connor Method, Scales, Solos from a wide range of backgrounds. Beginner through advanced repertoire and orchestra excerpts.
I create a warm rapport with students, which helps them make progress and enjoy music along the way.
Violin and viola teacher for classical, jazz, fiddle tunes. 18 years experience teaching school orchestra, 22 years private lessons. Teach many types of learners: gifted and lots of strategies to help those with learning challenges. I lived in India for a year, so I am encouraging and supportive of multi-lingual families. I love music and enjoy the chance to share this with others.
Quotes from students:
“With this artful blend of soul and solid technique, Leah is able to both impress and inspire students to become ever better musicians. ”~Heather Morgan, Violist
"As an adult student, Leah was both an example and an inspiration, able to fuse my prior experience in music with the intricacies of playing a new instrument. I felt encouraged and motivated to practice on ...
"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."