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Long Beach, CA

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Technique, musicality, and the love of making music!

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Joe is an award-winning composer, arranger, and violinist based in the Los Angeles area. From an early age Joe has lived and breathed music. Growing up in an artistic family he was inspired to begin his musical path starting with the violin. After teaching himself several other instruments and playing in orchestras and rock bands, he decided to pursue writing music and performing professionally.
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Elizabeth F. June 16, 2014
· Music Performance · Online
Joe is a fun, professional and talented teacher! He gave me advice and etudes that really helped me play interesting breaks at gigs. Have your questions and goals ready to tell him, and he will give you exactly what you need to sound better. He is very intuitive and understanding, and he will use every minute of your time efficiently with practical exercises that work. He was also very responsible, dependable, easy to reach and punctual. I'm scheduling more lessons with him!
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Joe S.

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Lafayette, LA

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I specialize in traditional and Suzuki violin methods, and offer violin and viola lessons to students of all ages and levels. Currently, I have a very diverse studio where my youngest student is 3 years old and the oldest, 58. Whether you are a beginner violin student learning how to hold an instrument, an advanced level player seeking for improvement, or violin enthusiast who wants to take lessons as a hobby, I can help you achieve your goal. ​

About Emil
I specialize in traditional and Suzuki violin methods, and offer violin and viola lessons to students of all ages and levels. Currently, I have a very diverse studio where my youngest student is 3 years old and the oldest, 58. Whether you are a beginner violin student learning how to hold an instrument, an advanced level player seeking for improvement, or violin enthusiast who wants to take lessons as a hobby, I can help you achieve your goal. ​And what can be better than one-on-one instruction when learning how to play an instrument?
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Patricia June 11, 2018
· Violin · In studio
My daughter has been taking violin lessons from Emil for 2 years now. He is a very knowledgeable violin teacher with many years of experience teaching children and adults. My daughter continues to progress and gain confidence. Emil makes learning fun!
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Emil I.

Emil I.

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I have been teaching violin lessons for 10+ years. My students have included those from private, public and home schools. I use the Suzuki method in my teaching, and supplement with other materials based on the needs and the desires of each student. I believe in positive reinforcement, making concepts understandable, and keeping playing enjoyable. If a child has a piece outside of lesson materials they need or desire to learn for church, school programs, or other events, I will add it to our weekly lessons and help them learn it to the best of their ability.

About Lisa
I have been teaching private violin and viola lessons for 10+ years. In addition to teaching private lessons, I have also directed the music ensembles for my church.

I love working with kids, and enjoy seeing them light up as they grasp a new concept, or their excitement as they complete a piece of music.

In my spare time I enjoy hiking with my husband, helping at my church, and taking pictures.
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Deanna August 10, 2017
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Miss Lisa has been a wonderful and kind violin teacher for my children. She is competent in assessing her students' abilities and progress, while providing the necessary instructions to help them be successful.
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Lisa S.

Lisa S.

Lolo, MT 59847
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Marietta, GA
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Since I am relatively young, I think I work really well with kids still in elementary, middle, and high school. I am majoring in Violin Performance in college, and so I am actively still learning to perfect my instrument and will share some of my expertise in my lessons.

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Hi! My name is MK, and I am 20 years old. I love teaching the violin, especially to kids. I started playing violin when I was 4, and now I am in college playing the violin everyday. I currently teach at a company called Suzuki Talent Education Program located in Atlanta, but I am always looking to teach more people.
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Jessica April 3, 2018
· Violin · In home
MK has been an exceptional teacher and my daughter really enjoys taking lessons from her. Mk is timely and very responsible. I recommend MK to anyone.

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MK G.

MK G.

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West Des Moines, IA
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I have 27 years of teaching violin. I have an Early Childhood and Elementary Education background. I love to watch children grow in music! I believe in always building student confidence and helping them build self esteem in their music.

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Always wanted to learn violin but thought it was too hard? You need no fear with me! I will get you playing your first notes in no time. We will laugh have fun and learn!
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Shanna F.

Shanna F.

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Los Angeles, CA

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Much of my methods are derived from my doctoral dissertation studies in the field of Sports Psychology. I apply my teaching methods to develop and increase control of muscular and mental functions, accuracy, precision, discipline, mental awareness and overall coordination in violin performance. I am eager to share my knowledge and experience in sports psychology and to emphasize the general psychological benefits and contribution to human enrichment.

​My students earn numerous accolades, such as Concertmaster and title positions in the: Colburn Chamber and Los Angeles Youth Orchestras, Santa Monica High School Chamber Orchestra, Idyllwild Music Festival Symphony and Chamber Orchestras, Interlochen Music Festival, Honor Orchestra of America, and Santa Monica High School Symphony and Chamber Orchestra, Palisades High School Symphony; Grand Prize in the Fifth International Colibri Music Competition, Westside Committee of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Student Scholarships and ...

About Dimitry
My teaching principles are based on outlining the advantageous mental and physical practice techniques revealed through research in Sports Psychology. These methods help my students strategically overcome the numerous psychological obstacles in order to develop a consistently high level of performance.

I share with students my Sports Psychology research that focuses on common triggers for performance anxiety and stage fright. By assessing the students’ performances, I design an applicable daily practice plan which gears to establish better control over the physical and psychological symptoms known to negatively impact performance. Applying these principles also helps in the development of increased control of muscular and mental functions, accuracy, precision, discipline, mental awareness and overall coordination. By incorporating kn
owledge of Sports Psychology in my lessons, I hope to educate about the existing relationship between mental process and physical execution and the impact one has on the other.

For professional athletes and musicians, performing under pressure is an inescapable element of their careers. Given the current levels of performance excellence and the consequent fierceness of competition, consistency in performance quality is indispensible in attaining the degree of professionalism. This implied link between musical and athletic disciplines is a logical one. Similarly to athletes, musicians must achieve high levels of technical skill, efficient movement patterns, acute focus, composure and extreme concentration, all while maintaining a consistently high level of performance.

Musicians ‘play’ music as athletes ‘play’ sports. Therefore, like sports, a musical performance is a physical activity with extreme demands on technical facility, training ethics, discipline, deliberate practice, structure, dedication, determination, motivation and inspiration. Like sports, it is a form of self-expression, performed in front of an audience and demanding astounding mastery of the human mind and body. Both performance practices provide the performer with opportunities for excellence, though the journey may bring forth intense pressures, challenges, anxieties, fears and psychological phobias. Adapting the methods and principles developed by research in sports psychology, affords tremendous advantage in a musician’s constant desire to elevate, not only the quality, but also the consistency of quality in their performance.
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Vanessa April 20, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Dr. Olevsky is inherently able to discern between problems related to technique, versus those associated with internal barriers. He infuses his knowledge of sports psychology into his teaching, giving him the unique ability to address the mental roadblocks that prevent students from unlocking their maximum potential. Dr. Olevsky takes the time during lessons to advise students on how to overcome such barriers, providing them with guidance on how to consistently achieve peak performance. Dr. Olevsky not only possesses the extensive knowledge in musical theory and practice required for teaching students at the university level, but also the personality and temperament to mentor young musicians. Due to his genuine character, quick-witted humor, and sense of self-discipline, he is both well liked and respected by students. Needless to say, Dr. Olevsky is an exceptional violin instructor whom I hold in the highest regard.
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Gene April 19, 2018
· Violin · In home
Dimitry displays an exceptional talent and contagious enthusiasm for teaching. He consistently brings the same energy to each and every single one of his lessons. Rather than sitting in a chair and throwing suggestions out for an hour, he is always on his feet interacting with his students.I have noticed how Dimitry constantly polishes his own playing. He exhibits the discipline to relentlessly improve even after reaching the most advanced level of his craft. On multiple occasions, I have arrived minutes late to lessons only to see him taking advantage of every possible minute to work on his own technique and repertoire. I view this as one of the keys to his effective teaching. As a result of his persistent self-improvement and reflection, his advice to his students precisely reflects his own work ethic as a violinist. His dedication gives him an unparalleled ability to comprehend his students’ struggles, and ultimately relate them to his own experiences as a performer . As a result of my studies with Dimitry, my playing has reached heights that I never believed to be possible. My proudest and most exciting moments have come as a result of my opportunities in classical music, and I owe them all to Dimitry.
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Kim April 19, 2018
· Violin · Online
"I look forward to lessons every week. In these 10 months, I have gained confidence in my ability to learn the violin. I am a beginner (hobbyist) and I feel I learned more in the first four months as Dr. Olevsky's student than I would have learned in a year with any other teacher. Dimitry's teaching style is very concise and technical. From the very first lesson to present, he strongly focuses on form, technique and efficiency in learning, which is ultimately making all the difference in my progress. In hand with technique, Dimitry is exceptional at using theory, analogies and stories to help work through each step of the learning process. He is also very insightful and willing to share stories, history, and/or any information related to his experiences as a musician...which I enjoy hearing. I find Dimitry to not only be a fantastic teacher, but a patient, kind, and funny person who is passionate about what he does and what I am there to learn. He has high standards and exp ects exceptional effort from me as a student..which is a lot of hard work. In return; however, I have unlimited access to his wealth of knowledge and experience...and sometimes I get to just listen to him play the pieces I am learning which is worth all of the effort in and of itself. So beautiful"
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Cincinnati, OH

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I make each lesson personalized based upon my students best learning style. I also teach a modified Suzuki method that incorporates playing by ear with reading music.

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Greetings!

I am Matt Dickey, a violinist and violist who loves teaching. I have been teaching lessons full time for about 8 years now. I work with students who are complete beginners with no musical experience or background all the way through advanced high school students in youth orchestras. I do a lot of professional performing myself and bring that experience to my teaching.

My lessons are tailored to fit your needs as a student. One thing that parents of my students tell me over and over again is how patient I am when helping their child learn to play the violin or viola. When you come to me to learn, I will stay by your side in your journey to learn music.
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Matt D.

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Average Cost of Violin Lessons in Lolo, MT

The average cost of 45-minute violin lessons in Lolo is $42. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $40 and $45 per hour.

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For the best experience, we typically recommend 45-minute violin lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 30-minute violin lessons are 31% less expensive at $29.

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