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Viola is my primary instrument! I started playing continuously in 6th grade and it was the instrument on which I concentrated in college. I love the rich sound of the viola and the inner harmonies we get to play in ensembles.
*** Studio Equipment *** I teach in the Education Building of a Church that has individual classrooms, where lessons will be held, all of which are off a common area where parents can wait during the lesson. *** Travel Equipment *** I will bring my instrument and a music stand for myself, and I assume the student will have their own as well. There are specific collections of songs and exercises that the student should be ready to purchase based on their level of playing and will be determined after our initial lesson. Students will want to continue to invest in other collections as they progress and I will occasionally provide additional materials as appropriate. *** Specialties *** I have a Bachelor of Music Education and taught middle school strings in the Houston area public
I started studying music when I was 5 on violin. At age of 6 I added piano. At middle school I started learning clarinet and saxophone to enrich my background. A bit later I added guitar. I was taking the most comprehensive classes which included ensembles, chorus, orchestra, band, solfeggio and music theory. I continued my music education at Music College on violin for another 4 years. My family moved to Israel, and I continued my education at Jerusalem Music Academy on violin and guitar, and graduated with Bachelor Degree in Music Performance and Education. During my carrier I was always actively playing. I worked in symphony and chamber orchestras, concerting with bands, jazz, rock and pop groups. I am advanced player in guitar, violin, bass, piano in many genres and styles. Having ...
Taught myself the viola.
Previous experience with Mathnasium, Tutorial website, Wyzant. Tutored friends and family. Member of high school math team. Graduate of Georgia Tech 800 on SAT Math 750 on SAT Verbal 680 on SAT Writing 5 on AP Calculus BC, AP Physics, AP Spanish, and AP US History 4 on AP English Language
Best with ages 10-18; beginner to intermediate level.
Liz S. was born and raised in Marietta, Georgia where she began her musical education with piano at the age of 7. She then later joined her middle school orchestra program in 6th grade to learn violin. Through the Lassiter High School Orchestra program, she was able to participate in competitions and orchestral exhibitions such as the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois, the American String Teachers National Orchestra Festival in Dallas, Texas, and the Georgia Music Educator’s Conference. During high school, Liz studied privately under Sou Chun Su, assistant principal of the Atlanta Symphony. Liz then attended the University of South Carolina where she studied with solo performer Dr. William Terwilliger, and with Mr. Ryan Kho, concertmaster of the Augusta, GA symphony. ...
I teach my students the Russian Method of playing so they can play with confidence and I help my student develop their musical artistry.
Teaching Style: In my lessons I emphasize both technical skill and musical creativity. I use the Russian Method to instill my students with good technique and tone and I make sure that my students are confident on their scales and etudes. I try to chose pieces for my students that encourage artistic expression and I aim to help my students develop their own musical creativity. Musical Experience: I teach and perform on the violin, viola, and cello. I was a principal in the Gwinnett County Youth Symphony Orchestra, assistant principal in the Kendall Youth Symphony Orchestra, and an assistant principal in the Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra. Currently I play violin in the Georgia State University Orchestra, perform composer's new works in the Atlanta area, play violin in ...
“My daughter is naturally very shy. After taking lessons with Ms. Jen, she's really come out of her shell. I can tell the difference in her confidence level already, and her grades have even gone up."
Are you searching for a way for your child to learn skills that will help them succeed in all areas of life?
Music lessons teach supplementary skills such as self-discipline, focus, critical thinking, and creativity.
What my students will gain from lessons:
I teach my students to exercise logic and critical thinking skills: to analyze whatever challenge they are facing, and to break down the problem into manageable components. My students learn critical thinking and problem solving skills that will help them get ahead in music, in school, and life.
What parents will gain from lessons:
Prompt and clear communication, flexible scheduling, and unlimited phone and email support between lessons. I work with parents to create a creative and fun practice environment at home.
What my students will gain from lessons: I teach my students to exercise logic and critical thinking skills: to analyze whatever challenge they are facing, and to break down the problem into manageable components. My students learn critical thinking and problem solving skills that will help them get ahead in music, in school, and life. What parents will gain from lessons: Prompt and clear communication, flexible scheduling, and unlimited phone and email support between lessons. I work with parents to create a creative and fun practice environment at home. About my teaching style: I emphasize a fun, goal-oriented approach to learning. Not everyone learns in the same way. In my 15+ years spent as a musician, I've developed a teaching style that is tailored to fit each each ...
"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."