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Beginners: posture, finger techniques, bowing techniques, sound production, articulation, phrasing, note reading
Intermediate: interpretation of different styles, dynamics, ensemble performance, building solid technique and stamina
Advanced: studying of orchestra excerpts, solo pieces, study of various concert and chamber music compositions
I teach the Suzuki Method and focus on playing by ear to allow you to develop great technique, intonation and enjoyment of playing music. We will later focus on music theory, sight reading and exploring any genre of music you're interested in after establishing a strong foundation.
Learn to play folk music or classical. Explore this deep and beautiful instrument!
My viola students have successfully auditioned for college, conservatory, and orchestral programs.
My style of teaching draws from many influences. As players, we try to emulate the human voice, and I always suggest my students draw their inspiration from great jazz and soul artists: Ella Fitzgerald, Erykah Badu, Sarah Vaughn, etc.
I also teach ways of technique that work with the body, rather than against. My studies in the Tuttle coordination technique, in ballet and contemporary dance, and in pilates have helped me combine ease of playing with expressive performances.
Students in my studio are exposed first to the broad concepts of playing for ease of movement and great facility, but always will be studying great repertoire - I firmly believe that the music one studies must always be interesting in order to help grow a musical mind.
I'm a graduate student at the Juilliard School and I specialize in helping beginner, intermediate, and advanced players develop great ears, good hand-eye coordination, and (if you need it) learning how to read music! I've taught over a dozen students ranging in age from 7 to 50, both in violin and viola!
I use the Karl Flesch and Galamian Scales systems to help you build better intonation, and I'm very flexible in teaching repertoire!
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