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Learn how to play violin with the bow and pizzicato, with the fingers. Learn good posture, care of the instrument, tuning, up and down bowing along with playing musically. Listening skills are important for the beginner, so listening to the correct pitch is part of learning to play the violin. Unlike most other instruments, there is no button to push or hole to cover rather the fingers of the left hand must be able to match the correct pitch while fine tuning to the ear. Simple melodies are learned using the open strings, D scale, A scale, G scale and C scale are among the theory that will be taught in this class.

About Jill
Jill holds a Bachelor's degree in Music Education and has master's work in choral music and Orff-Schulwerk. For many years Jill has taught private and group music lessons to all ages with many varying styles of singing and instrumental music. Her lessons are unlike the ones she remembers from childhood; Jill's lessons are full of creativity, fun and excitement. It is amazing how students improve with each lesson. Jill brings more than just technique to the studio, she strives to find the best in each student and then concentrates on improving each individual's strengths and then delves into ways to correct the weaknesses.

Since Jill is a vocal soloist, instrumentalist, accompanist and music director, she knows what it takes to prepare and rehearse and therefore she makes it clear which concept the student will be working on during
the lesson. With an instrumental and choral background, Jill brings music to life and then shares with the students how to keep music in their lives forever. Many students who had vocal problems have achieved vocal success after taking several lessons with Jill and learning to keep their voices healthy for the rest of their lives.

Jill has worked with children, teens and adults in many schools, churches and after school programs that she designed. Her success with students who are very young or students who come with disabilities or autistic spectrum diagnosis are moved by the music Jill creates. With the help of the ORFF-SCHULWERK certification, Jill has many ways of reaching children through the use of instruments, rhythm activities, games and other fun ways of learning. Breaking barriers is Jill's best asset, she will not quit until the student has an understanding of the instrument or his/her voice.

The young and the older adults find that taking lessons with Jill has brought them to a place of realizing their potential. Successful stories include pre-school age through students who are retired. The length of time one studies depends on the student's practice and diligence. Many students have started with Jill in preschool or elementary school and have continued through high school and college. Several college age students wanted to improve their singing or instrumental skills so goals were set and met through Jill's successful teaching ability. Several students learn music theory and many students have learned song-writing and creating arrangements.

Many of Jill's students have become better musicians and a considerable number of students have chosen music professions for their careers. Multiple students have won contests, auditioned for parts in musicals, started local bands and have become songwriters and performers after taking lessons with Jill. Students have been successful in auditions, both locally and nationally. For instance, one student auditioned for American Idol and made it through several steps to the finals.

Teaching a myriad of students from various places in the world who have come to the United States has been a great experience. The cultural differences makes the teaching of these students exciting since Jill learns about music in their own home countries. Some of the students are from China, Germany, Norway, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Colombia, Puerto Rico and many who moved to Florida from some other state in the U.S.A. What a joy it has been to learn to communicate with these students and to verify that music is a universal language. By special request Jill is available for online lessons through internet and devices as well as traveling to student locations when her schedule allows. Students interested in online or in-home lessons should send a message to her to request certain days and times of availability.

Jill held the title "Steinway Pianos Concert and Artist Director" in Dallas TX in the 80's, working with Steinway artists and Dallas Symphony, Opera, Ballet and other events like planning pianos for Prince Charles' visit and many other concerts and events. Jill also performed in many Dallas venues as well as providing pianos for the Cowboys, the clubs, hotels, country clubs and museums including The Dallas Museum of Art.

Jill moved to Florida to play with an all original Blues Band in 1992 and has been performing, directing and teaching since that time.

"Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers, plans succeed. " (Proverbs 15:22) It is Jill's belief that with her teaching qualifications and past record of success with student achievement and great experience studying with wonderful advisers, teaching YOU or YOUR CHILD will be one of success!

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Jill's teaching technique is flexible. Some students require a stern and strict approach while others seem to work best with more creative license. Jill is open to each student's needs. When booking lessons with Jill, one will find that the first thing she will do is find out more about the student's needs and desires to succeed in their chosen instrument. Meeting goals are important in music and in life!

Because of her flexible approach, method books vary depending on the student's need to succeed. Sometimes young students will need to review several beginning methods until their reading skills are achieved. For the young students, Jill teaches theory and gives the young students time during the lesson to explore musical symbols and try their hands at improvisation, rhythms, manuscripts and creativity. The student is responsible for the cost of materials used in class.

Some students may desire to learn to play "by ear" or through improvisational skills. Jill is very good with improv and her song writing skills are strong. When a student desires to write music, Jill is there to help with questions about time signatures, note values, key signatures and transpositions. Many students have copyrighted their material and are successful songwriters!

Taking lessons with Jill is a journey that those who have tried have not had regrets. Several parents and past students would be happy to tell you how their talents and gifts improved after working with Jill for a few months. After three months of working together, Jill will know how to pursue the student's musical career. After 6 months the student will be able to play complete songs and have a sense of basic music theory. The hope is for the student to be confident of their instrument's abilities and to have a list of repertoire for upcoming events in the student's life.

Several of Jill's students have taken their skills, gifts and talents to the professional level. Students who have studied with Jill are professional music directors in high schools, middle schools, elementary schools, churches, soloists and some who are in school studying music as their major. Taking lessons with Jill will be something that will add value to the student's life forever because MUSIC is her life! Without music, the world would be a very dull place and individuals would be unhappy and depressed in every walk of life. Music brings out the beauty of creation and man's ability to skillfully play an instrument for pleasure or for one's occupation.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Yamaha Conservatory Grand
Roland keyboard
5 string bass guitar/amp
mandolin
5 string banjo
small MACKIE mixer with Shure mics
Gibson electric guitar with effects and amp
6 string Takamine e-coustic with amp
recorder (the instrument)
violin
dulcimer
bongos
tambourines and many percussion instruments
music stands
soprano and baritone ukuleles
trumpet
djembe
I-pad
harmonica
various rhythm instruments
Mallets and tone blocks
drums (only at Orlando location which is limited)

*** Travel Equipment ***
I can provide my own equipment, but I expect the student to provide his/her own instruments and music stand.

*** Specialties ***
My specialty in voice comes from years of lessons and performance experience. Including solo gigs, bands and service performances such as parties, weddings, funerals, organizational roles, skills, clubs, recordings, hotels, country clubs, churches, schools and much more. She uses many methods, handouts and books to bring out various ideas to learn to sing correctly. Jill takes each individual at his/her level and tries to improve breathing technique, posture, enunciation with style and phrasing, depending on the student's aspirations.

Jill plays most instruments including piano, guitar, bass guitar, band instruments, ukulele, banjo, dulcimer, drums, percussion, harmonica, trumpet, clarinet, recorder, mandolin and violin. Jill enjoys many styles of music and she has played with many bands and groups throughout her musical career. She is a full time musician, music teacher and music director. Years of experience traveling the U.S. And Bahamas with bands, choirs and ensembles enables Jill to work well with many styles of music including contemporary, rock, Christian, Broadway, classical, country, bluegrass, jazz and her favorite, blues.

Sign up for five lessons today and you will not be disappointed.

Here's to your success!!!
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Cheryl October 15, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Jill has been a great teacher - she has been very willing to adapt to my needs as far as scheduling lessons too. She is patient and takes great efforts to adapt the teaching technique to my limitations (time constraints for practicing and a bad shoulder that requires adjustments in holding the violin and playing.)
I am an adult student - actually, a grandmother, but I have watched her instruct children and thought she had a great rapport with them and an encouraging manner while still instructing and correcting.
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Hailey July 19, 2018
· Ukulele · In studio
My 8-year old granddaughter doesn't practice as much as she should but still looks forward to going to her lessons every week. Miss Jill is very patient and encouraging. We highly recommend her.
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Brian June 4, 2018
· Singing · In studio
Jill was a fantastic teacher for our daughter. We highly recommend her.
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Jill H.

Jill H.

Winter Springs, FL 32708
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About David B.

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About David
Get ready to become the violinist you were always meant to be!!

I started playing violin and guitar when i was 10 years old. I took private lessons in Guatemala, and played in the middle school orchestra. When I moved to the U.S. in 2005 I played in the Celebration High School orchestra and then moved to the Osceola School for the Arts orchestra. While at OCSA I was accepted into the All state Florida orchestra where we played the very difficult and complex piece: Planets by Gustav Holst. After high school i played in the Valencia College orchestra and took musicianship classes and then continued to play in Disney, in Latin jazz bands in the parks, hotels, private events, weddings and such. While at Valencia I participated in and won state string competitions. I've also played guitar in several soul/jazz bands. And also I've played fl
amenco Spanish guitar in several Spanish restaurants.

*** Lesson Details ***
We'll sit down with our instruments have fun be relaxed and learn to play what you want on guitar, violin or bass.

I want to help you reach your goals and make you happy as a musician, so I am open to teach you anything no matter where your strength or weaknesses may fall.
Next, we will pick a fun area to work on, and a challenging area to conquer. For example: we will work on a fun song/groove-- then we will work on reading and/or technique.
I am also very patient and Flexible to those students whom have special needs, or want to go slower.
My specialty is classical/jazz/pop/hiphop violin from which i can take students from begginer to advanced. On guitar I can teach flamenco/jazz/blues,soul from begginer to intermediate. On electric bass i can teach pop,jazz,hip hop, soul from begginer to intermediate.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Garage studio - music stand, chairs, sound equipment, teacher guitar, teacher violin, teacher bass. Additional seating for parents.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Acoustic violin, Electric violin yamaha 150, electro acoustic guitar Cordoba C5-CE guitar, electric squire bass guitar, Pa system Alto Tsi 115 speakers

*** Specialties ***
violin is my main instrument and i can teach in any style the student may want, classical, jazz, pop, hip hop
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Zaher April 14, 2016
· Flamenco Guitar · In studio
David does a pretty good job in teaching the basics of Flamenco Guitar.
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B. March 17, 2016
· Violin · In home
What a great start! David is very patient and supportive.
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Zachary M. March 7, 2016
· Violin · In studio
David's a swell instructor, and works with you versus sticking to a set list of things to do. Looking forward to more lessons.
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David B.

Kissimmee, FL 34746
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About Nicole O.

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"Musician's are athletes of the small muscles." - Clayton Haslop

Playing a musical instrument is a total-brain workout. Engaging four cortices of the brain, making music improves overall cognitive function. Study the mother of all sciences and speak with one of Music's most expressive voices through the violin!

I am guided by Galamian's classic principles of violin performance and pedagogy, focused through the holistic lens of Julie Lyonn Lieberman.

About Nicole
"To play wrong notes is insignificant. To play without passion is inexcusable." - Beethoven

I was five years old when I discovered my singing voice. My youthful curiosity soon blossomed into a passion for musical expression through voice, violin, piano, and guitar. My mission is to share the musical exploration that has enriched my life by fostering my students' desires to express themselves through music.

As a teacher, I focus equally on formal technique and artistic expression. Mastering correct form provides the foundation upon which a student’s capacity for the latter may grow. Techniques used during lessons are designed to develop a holistic understanding of music through aural, visual, and tactile cues. These include ear training, sight-reading, improvisation and using visualization to navigate the instrument. Progress is e
valuated by developing a set of goals specific to each student. I find that allowing students input in originating goals facilitates a cooperative learning environment and allows me to tailor lessons to a student's interests, strengths and learning preferences. Providing students with a plan to succeed inspires a drive to learn and sense of achievement. I encourage students to play their instruments daily. Through consistent practice, students will benefit from increased discipline, patience, creativity and self-esteem. Students are rewarded with the chance to share what they've learned at recitals held biannually. For the duration of our lesson, my students are in a private, nurturing zone of free expression. Join me in an exploration of personal talent and creativity!

Nicole has performed with the Rollins College Bach Festival Society Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. John V. Sinclair. She has also performed with the Florida Space Coast Philharmonic under the direction of Dr. Candler Schaffer. She is experienced as a session musician, recording vocals and violin at Wright Entertainment Group Studios (Justin Timberlake) with producer Will Baker (India Arie, Pink). She has performed as a soloist at the White House, Bob Carr Performing Arts Center, Amway Arena, and Hard Rock Live.

Nicole holds Bachelor of Arts degrees (with honors) in Music and Anthropology, graduating Summa Cum Laude from Rollins College. A member of the Honors Program (top 2%), and one of nine Cornell Scholars in her graduating class, she is very grateful to have been awarded a full academic scholarship. Nicole pursued concentrations in Violin and Vocal Performance, as well as Ethnomusicology. Nicole served as co-concertmaster of the Rollins College Orchestra and String Ensemble for three, consecutive years, under the direction of Dr. John V. Sinclair. She was featured at Christmas Vesper services in a solo performance of Winter (The Four Seasons) by Vivaldi, at the Knowles Memorial Chapel. Nicole has studied violin with Joni Roos and Alvaro Gomez, protege of David Oistrakh. She has performed as a soloist with the Rollins College Gospel and Concert Choirs and studied vocal pedagogy and performance with Dr. Edmund Leroy and Dr. Lori Lovell. At Rollins, Nicole studied piano with Dr. Gloria Cook and enjoys playing classical, jazz, and Latin styles. Nicole has studied classical guitar for seven years and especially enjoys playing Latin American folk music and flamenco. Nicole pursued her love of world music in publishing her senior honors thesis, “Cultural Fusion of Music Constructs: A Look at Hybrid World Styles,” analyzing the effects of globalization on traditional, ethnic musics. She has published research in the Rollins Undergraduate Research Journal, where she also served as Music and Anthropology Editor for three years.
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Jared October 12, 2018
· Singing · In home
A truly gifted teacher and musician. Quite possibly the nicest and most positive human being I've met in a long time.
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Steven April 22, 2018
· Singing · In home
Nicole is a kind and bubbly professional. Her knowledge and understanding of the voice is exceptional, and she is very good at sharing and teaching that knowledge. I got everything that I was looking for from the lessons, and would highly recommend her.
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Bhrayden M. April 16, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Bhrayden had fun learning with Nicole.
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Nicole O.

Winter Park, FL 32792
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About Chris R.

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A physicist by the name of Albert Einstein once said, "A table, a chair, a bowl of fruit and a violin; what else does a man need to be happy?" The answer, of course, is violin lessons! Hello! My name is Chris R. and it would be my distinct honor to teach you to play the violin.
Lessons with me will be goal focused and setting some goals is something that we will do right away. Whether you want to one day perform on the world's biggest stages or simply play Christmas carols for a few loved ones, together we'll find the path that gets you there.
If you're already excited about learning to play, shoot me a message and lets take our first steps right away!

About Chris
Hi! My name is Chris. I am a violinist who has been playing since the 4th grade and teaching for over 10 years. I love music in all of its forms. Whether it's works of the great classical masters or plugging my electric violin into a new effects pedal, you can bet I'm loving every minute of it. But nothing is more rewarding to me than passing on that love of music to others!

I attended Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida, where I studied music education under renowned conductor and violinist, Dr. Arthur Prano. Since that time, I've played in traditional classical symphonies, broadway musical pit ensembles, and even fronted an original music rock band named Hotel Hurry.

Book lessons with me today! I can't wait to get started!

*** Lesson Details ***
I can assist you with everything from picking up the instrument for the first
time to improving upon what you already know. I believe every student should be approached in a unique way that works best with their personal style. I also believe that learning to play the violin doesn't have to be restricted to only classical music. Violins sound great in almost every genre of music, so why not use a great variety of music to learn with?

I employ methods from Suzuki and All For Strings in my lessons, in addition to other sources. I think what sets me apart from many other teachers is my flexibility. I understand that the same approach doesn't work equally for every student. Every student is different and learns differently. Adapting my teaching style to the student's unique needs is essential to their enjoyment and success!
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ReemaP May 23, 2011
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Chris is awesome!

Chris provides really good feed back during every lesson. He lets me know what I need to work on and tips for improving and at the same time encourages me by telling me what I am doing well in. He also is very flexible and understanding. He was even kind enough to make sheet music for me for a piece of music that I really enjoy. Thanks Chris!
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JulioS March 9, 2011
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I have attended three lessons and so far I'm very happy. Chris is a kind gentleman, very helpful and patient. He provides clear instructions and looks for simple ways to explain techniques and related aspects. I'm looking forward to learn and practice as much as I can, counting on his support and guidelines.
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DianneM January 14, 2011
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Great Instructor, Highly Recommend

I have no background in music and am learning the violin as my first instrument. I picked Chris based on his profile and he is an swesome teacher. Everything I could possibly need in a teacher: clear explanations, constructive feedback, patience, flexibility, and a simple approach to teaching what I am appreciating is a very difficult instrument to master. Chris makes each lesson very fun and we laugh alot. He's sensitive to my trouble areas and encourages me to "stretch" to reach the challenge for the day. Imagine my pleasure when we were doing "duets" on lesson 2. I'm looking forwaard to a long, rewarding working relationship with Chris. 2 thumbs up!!
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Chris R.

Mount Dora, FL 32757
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About Pepina D.

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I offer fun and thorough violin lessons. I teach different methods from Suzuki to Michael Allen's Essential Elements for strings. I try to bring music to students in fun way through playing music songs and learning student's favorite music pieces. Let's make music together (I play piano and accompany student on violin).

About Pepina
I am a laid back teacher and I try to be flexible in every aspect of my teaching. I try to make fun every lesson for a student. I give the students to play some familiar easy songs in order to improve their playing skills.

*** Lesson Details ***
My teaching methods are the Suzuki and the classical teaching method. The Suzuki method is based on learning the music by imitation of the teacher and later learning the music alphabet while the classical methods (such as the Essential Elements for Strings-M. Allen) emphasize parallel work on learning the notes and playing songs. I expect that after three months my students learn a basic technique of playing their instruments, to be able to read the notes, and play at descent level (which would correspond to the level of the Suzuki book 1 or the Essential Elements for Strings book 1-M. Allen
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*** Studio Equipment ***
piano in the Florida music studio, I have a piano at home,

*** Travel Equipment ***
I will give information to my students regarding the instrument and other important equipment.

*** Specialties ***
I teach Suzuki and classical method (Essential Elements for strings by M. Allen).
Through the Suzuki method young children master basic musical skills, improve listening ability, and acquire physical comfort with their instrument and with performing. Intermediate and advanced students learn to read music, improve technical proficiency, and play skill specific repertoire.
Essential Elements for strings is designed to guide students gradually through the development of pedagogical and musical techniques necessary to become a proficient, well-rounded musician through a carefully planned succession of pieces.
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katherina July 12, 2017
· Viola · In home
Pepina was direct and very clearly communicated what she wanted me to do. She told me when I was doing things right and helped me when I was doing things wrong.
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Floyd G. September 30, 2016
· Violin · In studio
Ms Pepina is a very pleasant and knowledgeable Teacher; I was at complete ease throughout the lesson.
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Silma P. February 2, 2016
· Piano · In home
My son love her.. He has learned a lot since he has been going to her for lessons
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Pepina D.

Winter Park, FL 32792
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About Michael W.

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This instrument can be a challenge, but worth it..

About Michael
I have been teaching for 41 years and opened 14 music schools. Ages 3-96. Taught and performed
in Michigan, Arizona, and Florida.

*** Lesson Details ***
Everyone has the ability to learn. Do not let someone tell you different. It is either the wrong
teacher or wrong method for you if you are having difficulty. It is never the student.
I use many combined methods to fit the individual student according to their skill level, desires and overcoming any difficulties.

In addition to piano, I also teach keyboard, organ, improve, stand-up comedy, recording, voice, guitar, harmonica, public speaking, children's etiquette and ballroom dance ( won grand nationals in tango ).

*** Travel Equipment ***
They need to have an instrument at home.

*** Specialties ***
Each students course is custom designed to ther needs and goal
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Keegen M. October 10, 2018
· Violin · In home
My son Keegen had a blast with Mr. Mike. He was so attentive and caring. Keegen is looking forward to next lesson!
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Bia and Steven May 10, 2018
· Dance · In home
Michael helped my wife and I get ready for our first dance for our wedding. Without him we wouldn't have been able to pull it off. He helped us learn so much in an extremely quick time schedule (about a month before the big day). Everything was easy going and fun. All of us joked a lot which made both my wife and I a lot less nervous. At the same time everything was extremely professional. He always helped us choose the best ways to do all the moves and showed us extra stuff to add if we felt we could do them on the day of. Michael, from the little time we knew him, is kind, sincere, and downright awesome. We can't thank him enough for how much he helped us.
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Hannah E. April 24, 2018
· Piano · In home
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Michael W.

Orlando, FL 32822
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About Yamilet T.

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Whether it's your first time picking up a violin, or you need a little help with orchestra/audition music, I can help you accomplish your musical goals! Lessons will focus on note-reading, intonation, rhythm, tone quality, and all other important aspects to improve your violin playing!

About Yamilet
Yamilet realized her love for music at the early age of 7, after singing along with children's television shows and joining her elementary school chorus. She was also a member of the Orff ensemble and in the 4th grade began learning to play the violin. Using that background knowledge, she began to teach herself piano. In the 5th grade, she switched to cello. Although she has always had an insatiable curiosity with musical instruments (playing as many notes as she can figure out on harmonica, guitar, recorder, clarinet, double bass, viola and even water-filled glasses) she has stuck with the cello for almost 15 years.

Yamilet is a Dr. Phillips High School alum, where she was accepted into their Visual and Performing Arts Magnet Program. She graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelors in Music Performance in 2010, s
tudying with Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra members Barbara George and Laurel Stanton. She recently completed her Master of Arts degree in Music Performance. In that time, she performed with the UCF Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Dr. Laszlo Marosi, and was the principal cellist for over 5 years. She also played with the UCF Chamber Ensemble, String Ensemble, New Music Ensemble, and sang in the Women'€™s Chorus and Opera Workshop.

Locally, Yamilet has performed with the Space Coast Pops Orchestra under the direction of Richard Hayman, alongside guest artists including Carol Stein, Copeland Davis, and Valerie Pernice. She has also played alongside well-known artists/bands such as Jodi Benson, Mana', Kansas, and Classic Albums Live. Yamilet also enjoys performing and recording for local bands and artists such as Urbe Prima, The Drive to Uqbar, Ratham Stone, Stockholm, Hoyle, James Roquemore, and Edgar Junior.

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My job as a teacher is to help you learn everything you need to know about playing your instrument, and really perfecting your technique. I like to use the Essential Elements for Strings book because it is straight-forward and lets you move at your own pace. Once you are proficient enough with the basics, we may move on to the Suzuki Solo books and take time to be able to get each piece to a performance-ready level.

*** Studio Equipment ***
I provide music stands, appropriate seating, and supplemental music. I expect the students to have their own instrument and necessary accessories (rock stop, rosin, shoulder rest).

*** Specialties ***
Classical, Folk, Classic Rock, and Pop
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bella August 17, 2018
· Violin · In home
Yamilet was super attentive and really made the lesson interesting for her. We are so very excited to continue with her!
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Kaitlyn C. May 13, 2016
· Violin · In studio
So far she has been great!
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Sydney February 20, 2016
· Viola · In home
Great first lesson!
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Yamilet T.

Orlando, FL 32829
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About Sarah A.

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Want to have fun and gain valuable skills on the violin? Tell me your goals and we will work together to meet them! I have years of experience performing and teaching and enjoy passing my knowledge to new or experienced musicians! I have traveled all over the world and performed a wide variety of genres!

About Sarah
Sarah A holds a Bachelor’s degree from Rice University and a Master's Degree from Yale University. Sarah is currently serving as the Assistant Concertmaster of the Orlando Philharmonic in Orlando, FL. She gave her debut performance at the age of eight appearing as soloist with the Akron Symphony. In May 2009, she gave her Severance Hall debut performing as soloist with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra. In 2012, Sarah went on tour with the Castleton festival orchestra to the country of Oman, where she performed the opera “La Boheme” in the Royal Opera House. She has also performed as soloist with the Toledo Symphony and the Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra. Sarah has performed at such prestigious International festivals such as the International Holland Music Sessions and Eutiner Festpiele in Eutin, Germany. She has performed as concertmas
ter with the symphony at Rice University, Castleton Music Festival, and the Interlochen summer Music Festival.
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Sarah A.

Sarah A.

Casselberry, FL 32707
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$40 / 30-min

About Frank T.

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As a professional violinist in the Classern Quartet and former public school music educator I have experience as both fields of professional music and education. If you have no experience or need help for an audition I can help! I am very patient, kind and adjust my teaching instruction according to each students needs. Weather you are child beginner, adult beginner or looking to advance your technique I have the teaching experience for all different levels.

About Frank
I am a professional violinist/violist in a string quartet. In my string quartet we perform a mixture of Classical and Popular music so I have experience performing and teaching many styles of music. My string quartet has two albums and our music videos have over 250,000 views. Our recent album is entirely mash up's of Classical,Pop and Rock. The music I perform with my group is written by myself so I also have experience with music composition.

I have my bachelors degree in music education and taught 4th and 5th grade orchestra in public the school system for eight years. I have taken a break from the public school system to give individual attention to my private students and performing with my string quartet. Looking forward to meeting you and learning together!
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Frank T.

Orlando, FL 32825
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$34 / 30-min

About Katharine B.

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I enjoy helping each student find what makes music intriguing for him/her. During each lesson, I cover theory (worksheets and games), traditional pieces, and fun music chosen by the student. I look forward to meeting you!

About Katharine
Hello! I am a working musician in the Orlando area. I studied music and theater at Northern Arizona University and have been working as a performer all across the country ever since.

I teach a variety of ages on piano, violin, viola, and voice. Each lesson you can expect to cover theory, sight reading, and traditional lesson music. I also enjoy mixing in a few music games to help mix it up. I look forward to answering any questions you may have and starting our first lesson together!
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Katharine B.

Katharine B.

Orlando, FL 32817
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$67 / 30-min

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