I teach from the earliest beginner through adult. My violin students are currently performing for different schools and ensembles. When students are performing with orchestras, much time is spent working on that music as well as their regular music.
I have a degree and certification in violin and piano from the Boston Conservatory as well as a Master's Degree from the University of Maryland. I have had additional training and certification as a Suzuki teacher from The Suzuki Teacher Training Institute. I am a member of SAGWA-Suzuki Association of the Greater Washington Area as well as SAA-Suzuki Association of the Americas. I have played all around the world including the Vatican, White House, Paris, Russia, England and Wales as well as in Concert Halls such as Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center. I have taken students with me to perform as well in these countries and also every major concert hall in the Washington, D.C. area. I give my students opportunities to perform whenever there is an opportunity. In addition I work with ...
If there's music in your head or a song in your heart, but your voice isn't so great, or maybe it is. I teach your to sing with the Violin or Viola. (soprano or Alto). The tough part is learning hold to hold the violin properly.One month of training the muscles a new stance which my help your posture and breathing. After that it's smooth sailing in music and dance. Comprehensive program with ear training and reading the music.
Raycurt J. aka "Fiddla", Violin-Viola-Voice-Piano-Rhythm-Dance and Event Productions. Music is the universal communicator, educator, healer, and conflict mediator. We naturally expose our children to music and ignite their awareness to stimulate learning practices within. As a hobby or passion we discover the connections to all the similar disciplines, such as, science and mathematics. How to keep time, the ruler of motion in music. Learn the basics of the music language and idioms of Jazz. How to create melody, the syntax of song. inspiration of effective practice. Basics of Improvisation or Composition. ************************************************************ Native of Washington, D.C. began at the age of seven on the piano. Singing in family church choirs and ...
I've been teaching String Instruments like Guitar and Violin for Beginners and Intermediate level for many years.
In Teaching Violin for my beginner students, we usually review the basics of how to play the violin including how to hold the violin, violin tuning, violin fingering , violin bowing and violin care. My students also do warm-up to strengthen and improve their violin playing with violin scales, violin etudes, and violin exercises.
For my Intermediate violin students, we refresh our memory of the fundamentals of music theory such as how to read violin music, rhythm and key signatures.
*** Studio Equipment *** Upright Piano Yamaha Electric Keyboard, Guitar, Violin, Flute & Drums *** Travel Equipment *** Guitar, Keyboard, *** Specialties *** Early Childhood Music, General Music Education, and Music Therapy.
Read and play music, improvise and appreciate violin music, including classical and jazz
Elementary school principal and music teacher for more than 10 years. BA in Music, Graduate degree UMET, Puerto Rico. Recording and performing experience. *** Lesson Details *** Guitar: Strum and play chords, chord progressions and songs. Singing, finger picking, basic theory, reading music, composition. Violin: technique, reading music. *** Studio Equipment *** Dedicated music room, room for parents to wait. *** Specialties *** I teach classical violin using the Strictly Strings Music Book and Essential Elements 2000 with improvisational violin and creative composition, as well as some Suzuki methods. I also teach rock violin. Students may bring their own pieces. I teach folk guitar and singing, playing chords and note reading, composition, music theory, history and ...
I have been teaching for over 20 years, my best referents are my students. I believe the best way to reach your best level is to always do it right!
Alejandro is an active performer in the Washington DC area. Alejandro has performed with many ensembles such as the Mobile Symphony, the Gulfcoast Symphony,the Pensacola Symphony, the USM Symphony, National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia, Orquesta de Filarmonica del Caribe of Baranquilla, Colombia and the Barranquilla Symphony. Alejandro was a member of the Gulfport Schools string faculty. Also, Alejandro has served as assistant conductor of the Southern Miss Youth Orchestra, chamber music coach for Festival South Music Academy, Music Director of Batuta Atlantico in Baranquilla, Colombia and Violin/ Viola teacher at the Alvin Schutmmat Music School of Baranquilla. Alejandro holds a Bachelor of Music degree and a Master of Music from the University of Southern Mississippi.. His ...
5 years of teaching/coaching experience
Fun, innovative approach to teaching
Flexible teaching method (draws from Suzuki, Frost/Fiscbach pedagogy, String Basics, etudes and scales, some music theory)
Originally from Glen Burnie, Maryland, violinist Jordan J. has been playing violin since the age of nine. His first teachers included Ms. Kate Harvey, a M.M. Viola Performance graduate of the Peabody Conservatory, and Teo Tetel, a former teacher at the Peabody Institute. His intensive work with Mr. Tetel eventually led to a year of orchestral performance with the Peabody Youth Orchestra and acceptance to the University Of Maryland College Park School Of Music. At Maryland, Mr. J. spent three years under the tutelage of Dr. Gerald Fischbach, and a year with Dr. James Stern after Dr. Fischbach’s retirement in 2013. In addition to performing locally in the Baltimore, College Park, and Washington areas, Mr. J. holds a private violin studio at Music & Arts Oxon Hill and teaches in-home ...
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