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About Thomas V.

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Massapequa, NY

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All styles- all ages- learn what you want! emphasis on a good technique for a good tone, bow arm, and left hand playing in tune!

About Thomas
Currently Thomas is an Orchestra Director in Merrick Public Schools, and has previous experience as a Music Teacher in New York City.

Thomas has vast experience as a professional performer and has played with countless acts across many different Genres of music.

Thomas is an experienced private instructor and will bring the best out of every student. Experienced will all ages, skill levels, music styles, special needs, and everything else that comes along with teaching.

Thomas holds a Bachelors Degree in Music Education from Hofstra University, as well as an Assosiates Degree in Music Perforance from NCC.
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Daria T. April 22, 2018
· Cello · In home
He is the best cello teacher ,very professional and very good with children. My daughter is very happy to have lessons with him.
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arelis March 30, 2018
· Piano · In home
Thomas is an excellent teacher. He taught our 7 year old son piano for the past year and has a ton of patience. He worked very hard to keep him engaged and on task. Thomas is extremely professional and you can tell that he really knows his stuff and is incredibly passionate about the work he does. I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for a music teacher for their child.
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Laura January 11, 2018
· Piano · In home
Great teacher! Both my kids love him. He's patient, great with kids, prepared and talented. Can't say enough great things!
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Thomas V.

Massapequa, NY 11758
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About Amanda T.

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About Amanda
Love training vocalists & artists! Juilliard trained, AADA, Actor's Equity Member, under development by major label CEO's & Executives, Grammy & Oscar winning producers. Serving Manhattan, Rockland County NY, & BERGEN COUNTY, NJ.

My students range from passionate beginners to signed major artists (SONY, UNIVERSAL, & their subsidiaries) multi Grammy winners, professional theater singers (B'WAY & OFF B'WAY), major label executives, and artists in development. Recording studio also available.
ALL AGES & ALL LEVELS.

I combine traditional vocal technique from studies with Juilliard vocalists and professors w/ contemporary techniques; Alexander Technique & phonetics, vocal anatomy learned at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts Conservatory, SLS (Speech Level Singing), the physics and science of sound, recording technique, building up
the vocal mechanism and repertoire & artistry based on each of your unique physiology & desires as an artist.

Covering ALL genres from Pop, R&B, Theater, Jazz, Soul, Classical / Opera and all voice types.

I LOVE working with all types of singers. I'm young, heavy in all areas of the entertainment business, and Highly experienced in helping people achieve their artistic goals :).

Also available for in studio sessions.

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I work with everyone from beginners to multi Grammy winners, professional theater singers, major label executives, and major record label artists in development. Recording studio also available.

Juilliard trained, AADA trained, Actor's Equity Member, currently signed under major management myself and owrking with Grammy & Oscar winning producers and executives.

Covering ALL genres from Pop, R&B, Theater, Jazz, Soul, Classical / Opera and all voice types.

If you are a beginner, I am open - provided you are serious about training your mechanism :)

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ALL AGES, ALL LEVELS FROM BEGINNER TO MULTI-GRAMMY WINNING, ALL GENRES
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Christina C. March 27, 2014
· Singing ·
Amazing teacher!

Amanda has one of the most beautiful voices I have ever heard. She knows what she is doing and tells me all the "secrets" to singing correctly. She makes learning fun and pushes me to reach my full potential at every lesson. Just when I think I have reached my limit, she shows me that I can do even better. I love taking lessons with Amanda. She is the best teacher I have ever had and I recommend her to anyone who is serious about learning how to sing.
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Amanda T.

New York, NY 10023
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About Sarah K.

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Brooklyn, NY

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My name is Sarah and I am a violinist and violin teacher with both a Bachelors and Masters from The Juilliard School. My studio includes students of all levels, ranging from 4-45 years old.

I teach a Suzuki based method for beginners which include games, songs, and a strong technical foundation. While learning how to play and sing the rhythms and notes by ear, students also learn to read and write music notes and rhythms by writing, reading, and dancing their own compositions.

My intermediate and advanced students learn a combination of the Russian/Delay methods, both of which I have taught and spent the last 25 years crafting into my own technique and teaching philosophy.

Additionally, I encourage my students to meet, learn, and play with other young musicians. My students can be heard throughout the Interschool Orchestras of New York.

About Sarah
As an active soloist and orchestral musician, Sarah has performed with orchestras such as the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Brockton Philharmonic, and such esteemed ensembles as New York Classical Players, the Poisson Rouge Ensemble, Shattered Glass, and The Moirae Ensemble. She was recently named Laureate of The Mozarteum Summerakademie for her performance of Lera Auerbach's T'filah.

Sarah began her solo career in 2005 with the Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra, and has since enjoyed performances with the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Brockton Symphony and Quincy Symphony Orchestra, and frequent appearances with the Lowell and Waltham Philharmonic Orchestras.

As an orchestral musician, Sarah was Concertmaster of the Juilliard Orchestra, as well as a member of Axiom Ensemble and The New Juilliard Ensemble. With her ensembles, she has wo
rked with innovative composers such as Steve Reich, John Adams, and Richard Danielpour. Sarah has been invited to perform at Symphony Hall and Jordan Hall in Boston, Alice Tully Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, Carnegie Hall, and many other concert venues in the New York Tri-State and New England areas.

Sarah is the violinist for The Moirae Ensemble, with whom she joined in 2013. She has since performed solo and collaborative recitals with the group in New York and Boston, featuring contemporary female composers. Sarah looks forward to returning with The Moirae Ensemble in the 2014-15 season and eagerly anticipates joining Barnard College's award winning concert series in the 2014-15 season.

Sarah also regularly performs and records with rock groups such as Jesse Malin, Pete Pigeon, Quentin Angus, Shsha, and her own bands, American Dream and Uzi & Ari, with whom she is releasing a much anticipated fifth album in 2015.

Sarah received her Bachelor and Masters of Music from The Juilliard School as a student of Joel Smirnoff and Glenn Dicterow.
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Julie L. December 16, 2014
· Violin · In home
Sarah is super sweet and patient with my beginner violinist. She is extremely encouraging. She finds creative ways to get my daughter to learn and practice. Lessons are full educational but fun. We are huge fans of Sarah's.
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Sarah K.

Brooklyn, NY 11221
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About Stephen D.

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Yonkers, NY
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Playing the violin is easy, once you realize that it is a kind of singing! Although it has perhaps the most complicated technique of any instrument, it is simple once you understand the focus of the technique.

About Stephen
I have been playing music on the violin since the age of 7, composing since I was 14, and playing and performing on the guitar since I was 18. I've written a lot of music, and this past spring had works performed in Virginia and two in Manhattan.

I have taught music for over 15 years, in colleges, music schools and privately. One thing that I have noticed is that, with more experience, I have a lot more fun--and so do my students.
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Sandra March 8, 2017
· Banjo · In home
Stephen is amazing and talented. He is very understanding of the initial frustration of learning a new instrument and makes it interesting and fun.
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Megan October 14, 2015
· Violin · In home
Mr. D is a very good teacher at violin. I give him 5 stars because he is nice and a good teacher.
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Eve September 29, 2015
· Classical Guitar · In studio
Stephen has been teaching my son Classical Guitar lessons for over four years now, and he is one of the best music instructors we've had. Stephen is a very motivated and inspiring teacher, my son absolutely loves his music classes. We are happy to have a truly dedicated teacher, who loves working with kids and is able to pass his genuine passion for music to others. Thank you, Stephen!
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Stephen D.

Yonkers, NY 10705
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About Erica Q.

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Fresh Meadows, NY

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We will start off our lessons with introductions to the violin. In addition to posture and being able to appropriately hold and play the violin, you will develop a thorough understanding of basic music theory. We will incorporate music theory (reading notes, note values, notation, etc.) to every lesson. You will typically use Suzuki books to learn and develop different violin techniques. We will also spend a lot of time working on etudes/scales to compliment those newly learned techniques.

About Erica
Check out my website at: ericaquach.com

I was introduced to the violin at the early age of 5. I quickly found a deep passion for the violin and would play all day and night, much to my neighbors' dismay. I joined the NY Young Musicians' Ensemble, where I was given the opportunity to travel to Greece to play at numerous concert halls. I attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School as an instrumental major and took music theory/ history and ear training courses along with daily orchestra classes. At Hamilton College, I joined the orchestra and quartet ensemble, appropriately named, “Hamstrings”. I was asked to join the saxophone ensemble in 2015 and also took upon a Teacher Assistant position for a Jazz MOOC. In addition to my vast musical opportunities, I have also had many experiences working with children in education. After graduating
from Hamilton College, I taught both 1 on 1 and group violin classes at Real Brave Music School in Queens, which allowed me to incorporate the Suzuki method into my own curriculum for beginner violinists.
In November of 2016, I moved to Chongqing, China to work at Musicool Music & Art, where I was a Music Instructor, an English- Chinese Translator, and the Education Program Coordinator. I had the wonderful opportunity to develop comprehensive and innovative curricula to match the needs of multiple age groups, lead classes in both English and Mandarin Chinese, and assist other teachers in accurately translating class content. I was also responsible for overseeing program/curriculum development for the rest of the company, ensuring that each class had engaging and interactive elements. Please contact me for more information!
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John Y. September 25, 2016
· Violin · In studio
Very patient instructor. Can't wait to take another lesson.
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Erica Q.

Fresh Meadows, NY 11365
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Wilton, CT
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From Beginners to Auditioners, I love to teach and help you grow! I use student friendly materials that include learning by playing duos and choosing pieces that help you move forward. If you have an audition coming up and need help preparing I am happy to work on any pieces with you. If you have holes in your technique I
will give you the answers to help fix them.

About Beryl
I have loved playing the violin since I started playing at age 5! I continue to learn and grow on the violin every day and love to share what I have learned. I studied at Juilliard and love to teach as well as play.
Whether starting a beginner, erasing technical "black holes"in a continuing players journey or rebuilding a returning adult player, it's always fun!
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Danette December 21, 2017
· Violin · In studio
Such a great talent with an intuitive ability to know what each student needs to succeed. So happy I found her.
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Beryl C.

Beryl C.

Wilton, CT 06897
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About Zeynep A.

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New York, NY

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Zeynep has had professional experience teaching students K-12 (beginner/intermediate/advanced) through fellowships at the Juilliard School and The Aspen Music Festival. Through her dedicated teaching, she instills in her students a solid technical foundation as well as guiding the development of her students own unique musical voice and musicianship.

Experience:
- Private Teacher for the Passes and Lessons Scholarship Program (P.A.L.S.) at the Aspen Music Festival and School
- Juilliard Morse Teaching Artist Fellow (partnering with City College Academy of the Arts and Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School)
- Mentor for the Music Advancement Program at The Juilliard School

Pedagogy Education at The Juilliard School:
- Insights Into Learning: Edward Bilous
- Arts in Education: Thomas Cabaniss

About Zeynep
Hello! My name is Zeynep Alpan and I am a Turkish-American violinist living in New York City. I completed my Bachelor's degree at The Juilliard School and now I am currently pursing my Master's Degree at Juilliard.

I have worked with education programs at the Juilliard School for three years. I am a mentor for the Music Advancement Program at The Juilliard School, I am a Teaching Artist at the Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School, and have also privately taught at the Aspen Music festival and School (P.A.L.S program). I have worked with the Education Programs at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. while being a National Symphony Orchestra Youth Fellow.

I absolutely love teaching and helping students find their own unique musical voice and musicianship. Every student learns in their own way, has their own needs and their own g
oals. As a dedicated teacher, I make sure to tailor each lesson to meet all the student's specific needs in order to help and guide them in becoming the best musician that they can be!

Below is my Biography, so you can get to know me a little bit more!

-- Zeynep Alpan Biography --

Turkish American violinist, Zeynep Alpan, started studying the violin at the age of 5 as part of her music therapy treatment for her diagnosis of speech delay and Auditory Processing Disorder. Almost immediately after being introduced to the violin, Zeynep began to speak and following a year and a half of violin studies, she had her first solo appearance with Vivaldi’s A minor Violin Concerto, after winning the Peabody Concerto Competition.

As a soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician, Zeynep has appeared in a myriad of venues such as Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Kennedy Center Concert Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Moscow Conservatory Great Hall, Mariinsky II Theatre, and Strathmore Hall. Future engagements include performing as a soloist with the Presidential Symphony Orchestra of Turkey during their 2019 USA Tour and recording a CD with the Turkish recording label, Lila Muzik.

Zeynep is the first prize winner in many competitions, some of which include the Juilliard Concerto Competition, the Dorothy DeLay Fellowship Competition at the Aspen Music Festival and School, the National Philharmonic Concerto Competition, and the Goldie and Feder Memorial String Competition. Additionally, in 2015, Zeynep was awarded the Ataturk Youth Achievement Award by the Ataturk Society of America in Washington DC.

Zeynep is currently pursuing her master’s degree at the Juilliard School as a recipient of the Ahmet Ertegun Scholarship, the C.V. Starr Scholarship, and the Molly Frank and Aliki Perroti Scholarship under the tutelage of Naoko Tanaka. Former teachers have included Oleg Rylatko, Aaron Rosand and Shirley Givens.

Community outreach and service has played an important part in Zeynep’s musical life. In 2013, Zeynep co-founded the group Sonatas Stopping Starvation. The project uses musical excellence to help develop citizens and leaders within the arts and the greater community. Their mission is to be of service as artists and citizens to organizations that work to fight hunger. Along with a school-wide food drive, they gave their first benefit concert in November 2013 at the Juilliard School. Zeynep is also a Morse Teaching Artist Fellow, a Gluck Community Service Fellow, and a Music Advancement Program Fellow.

As a Turkish American, Zeynep receives frequent invitations to perform in major music halls in Turkey. She was featured at age 9 on Turkish National Television while performing works of Kreisler and Massanet and she has worked with the violinist Cihat Askin in Cihat Askin and Friends project (CAKA) with performances including the opening gala of Istanbul Toy Museum.

Aside from music, Zeynep enjoys taking business classes at Columbia University through the Barnard-Columbia-Juilliard Exchange program, drinking tea, biking, and being an avid dog lover.
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Addison/Lauren March 29, 2018
· Violin · In studio
My daughter had the pleasure of taking lessons with Zeynep this past summer in the PALS program in Aspen. She loved each week when it was lesson time. This is what Addison had to say, "She always would say the area I needed to work on nicely. I loved that she gave me knew things to learn at each lesson. If I didn't understand, she would keep encouraging me until I did." This was an excellent experience!
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Bethany March 11, 2018
· Violin · In studio
A unique and special experience! My daughter always looked forward to her sessions with Zeynep. She has been her mentor for the past two summers at the PALS program. Once after a lesson my daughter told me that she was surprised how much better she played the song after her session with Zeynep. I love the way Zeynep engages with my daughter and brings out the best in her.
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Grace March 7, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Zeynep was my teacher for the PALS summer program in Aspen. Her positive attitude made my weekly lesson enjoyable. My playing improved greatly during my summer with her. She helped me become a stronger player. Watching her perform in the orchestra was inspiring.
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New York, NY 10023
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About Avital M.

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Born and raised in Jerusalem Israel, I was always surrounded by music. I started my violin lessons at the age of five and it was my first teacher who instilled the love for music and violin in me. It is the same feeling that keeps me constantly fascinated and challenged by music to this day and it is the experience I strive to pass on to my students. Starting my private studio in 2012 and teaching since has been a great source of satisfaction for me. Many of my students continued to study professionally and became orchestra members.
While I do specialize in classical instruction, I am able to instruct students in a variety of genres, including Jazz, Pop and Klezmer. In addition, I develop my own system which is based on the jewish russian tradition of violin playing and approach. This is the system that I grew up with and which have produced some of the world’s finest musicians in the past century.

About Avital
My career developments are primarily in music, but I also pursue interest in composing, philosophy and art. Currently working towards my PSD degree from the New School under Lucie Robert, I hold a Bachelor of Music degree from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and a Master’s degree from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. Have performed in various venues including Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, Berlin Konzerthaus, Royal Albert Hall, Heichal haTarbut Tel Aviv and the Franz Liszt Conservatory.
I live in Brooklyn, New York and play on a Jules Grandjon Violin made in 1851.
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Avital M.

Brooklyn, NY 11213
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About Omer A.

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Hey there explorer!

So you thought the violin is only meant to play Classical music? Think again!
With over 13 years of experience in improvisation in many different musical styles on the violin, I will show you the methods to explore and teach yourself any type of musical style you'd wish to play!

Although being mainly a Jazz violinist, I have performed and recorded in many different musical genres and improvisation styles including Blues, Trad Jazz, Rock, Indian Classical music, Bluegrass, Jewish Klezmer music and more. Since students spend most of their crucial development time individually in the practice room, as a teacher my biggest ambition is to teach my students 'how to be your own teacher' (I know it's kinda shooting myself in the foot :] ). Based on my 20 years experience playing the violin and other instruments, my training in Alexander technique, teaching artistry, psychology, philosophy and meditation, I've accumulated a set of methods and ideas about how to ...

About Omer
An award-winning Jazz violinist and a graduate of The Newschool of Jazz, These days I'm recording and performing on stages around the world playing Jazz, Rock, Folk and more.
Would love to share with you some of my secrets! Teaching improvisation and basic violin for all levels. Also teaching audition prep and ear training!
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A few years ago a musician I really admire told me how he believes that every musician has to be teaching at some point in his career. He has seen it not only as a suggestion but as an obligation, a responsibility of an artist to pass on his knowledge for the next generations. My life circumstances only make this belief stronger within me year after year.
As a young Violinist in Israel that experienced a crisis with Classic
al music and the Classical school, I’ve been looking around for non-classical Violin teachers in vain. I’ve figured out that in order to play the music I want on the Violin I’m going to have to teach it to myself, thus becoming an independent learner which is most likely the greatest gift I’ve ever received as a musician and a teacher.
I had to read books, watch videos, ask people how they practice, use my ears because I had no scores to any of the music I wanted to play, explore. I had to criticize myself, I had to remain conscious about my playing and what I think is missing in my playing in comparison to other players, analyze what is it that excites me in one’s music or playing. Most of all, I had the privilege to remain attentive to any new idea being suggested to me, because no one ever taught me what the “truth” is.
Be your own teacher. That is perhaps the only “truth” I would force upon my students.
As part of my teaching philosophy, I'm seeking to not only teach my students the skills they wish to acquire but to show them how to determine and teach themselves new skills they 'need' or desire to acquire.
With over 8 years of experience teaching private students of all levels and conducting Jazz violin workshops for small groups, I like to incorporate my knowledge in music teaching with other knowledge in learning techniques and education I've acquired through training in Psychology, leadership and education, Alexander technique, Teaching artistry, meditation and social work.
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Ruth May 26, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Omer is giving Violin lessons to my youngest son Eric for the last 6 months. Eric started playing the guitar a few years ago up until a movie he recently saw on a Japanese brilliant violinist , a week later he told us on his will to tryout the violin. Fortunately We heard Omer playing in a jazz club, and contacted him a few days after, Omer is a very talented musician but has unique capability and patient for his students. Omer is teaching with a very relaxed, positive attitude, his passion for music with small anecdotes and humour was what made Eric to get in love with the instrument and he is Impatiently waiting for his next lesson. we highly recommend Omer as a teacher and musician.
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Mike May 24, 2018
· Audition Prep · Online
Omer helped me in preparing for my audition to the school of jazz in The Newschool, NY. Don't know my answer yet but Omer definitely helped me feel confident about my playing and be more coherent in my presentation in front of the judges. He showed me some techniques to be able to remain focused even under the stress of an audition of such significance for me and I feel like it really changed my performance for the better.
Highly recommended!! :]
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Idan May 24, 2018
· Violin · In studio
I've been a classical violinist for many years and but never had the courage to improvise on my instrument. Omer showed me how fun improvisation could be and really made everything seem easier than what I thought it was.
Great guy and awesome teacher!!
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Omer A.

Brooklyn, NY 11221
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About Katie C.

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I can get everyone ready on the basics of violin and music in general. I know I can get everyone excited to to learn and how exactly to practice. I love demystifying violin and music so the student can use the tool of violin to discover the music that is inside them!

About Katie
Katie​ ​Chambers​ ​is​ ​an​ ​accomplished​ ​and​ ​passionate​ ​cellist​ ​and​ ​teacher.​ ​Broadway​ ​World's​ ​Evann Normandin​ ​calls​ ​her​ ​“an​ ​exquisite​ ​player​ ​in​ ​every​ ​sense”​ ​and​ ​her​ ​playing,​ ​called​ "heavenly"​​ ​by Joel​ ​Markowitz.​ ​Katie​ ​Chambers​ ​has​ ​played​ ​on​ ​various​ ​television​ ​shows​ ​and​ ​at​ ​many​ ​prestigious venues​ ​such​ ​as​ ​Lincoln​ ​Center,​ ​The​ ​Kimmel​ ​Center,​ ​The​ ​Strathmore​ ​and​ ​The​ ​Kennedy​ ​Center Millennium​ ​Stage.​​ ​Katie Chambers​ ​has​ ​also​ ​recorded​ ​and​ ​performed​ ​with​ ​various​ ​singers​ ​and​ ​songwriters,​ ​including Victoria​ ​Vox,​ ​Javon​ ​Inman,​ ​Matthew​ ​Hemerlein,​ ​Jordan​ ​Page​ ​and​ ​Randall​ ​Williams.​ ​Katie​ ​is known​ ​for​ ​her​ ​unique​ ​improvising​ ​knowledge​ ​and​ ​extensive​ ​recording​ ​and​ ​performance experience,​ ​winnin
g​ ​awards​ ​including​ ​the​ ​Washington​ ​Area​ ​Music​ ​Award​ ​in​ ​2011,​ ​for​ ​her​ ​work on​ ​the​ ​album​ ​Vox/Ukulele/Cello. Katie​ ​Chambers​ ​is​ ​also​ ​very​ ​proud​ ​of​ ​her​ ​work​ ​with​ ​and​ ​for​ ​children.​ ​In​ ​2009,​ ​Imagination​ ​Stage premiered​ ​"Wake​ ​Up,​ ​Brother​ ​Bear!"​ ​theater​ ​for​ ​the​ ​very​ ​young​ ​with​ ​music​ ​composed​ ​by​ ​Katie Chambers.​ ​Ms.​ ​Chambers​ ​is​ ​teaching​ ​with​ ​the​ ​DC​ ​Youth​ ​Orchestra​ ​Program​ ​and​ ​has​ ​an​ ​active private​ ​teaching​ ​studio. Ms.​ ​Chambers​ ​graduated​ ​with​ ​her​ ​undergraduate​ ​degree​ ​in​ ​cello​ ​performance​ ​from​ ​University​ ​of Maryland,​ ​College​ ​Park​ ​and​ ​a​ ​master's​ ​in​ ​cello​ ​performance​ ​from​ ​San​ ​Francisco​ ​Conservatory​ ​of Music.
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Katie C.

Brooklyn, NY 11207
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One of the main concerns that violin students and their parents typically have is purchasing the right-sized violin. Obviously you can't give a five-year-old a full-size violin and expect him or her to be able to handle the instrument. And once kids are in their teenage years, trying to keep up with growth spurts can be extremely difficult, especially considering how much violins cost. Even adults can run into problems when selecting the right size. Fortunately, after a little research, selectin
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If you want to be a successful violinist, you need to learn proper technique, and that starts with your violin bow hold. Unfortunately, it's easy to pick up bad habits. Austin, TX violin teacher Naomi S. is here to help; follow this guide to master your violin bow hold and improve your sound... Proper violin bow hold is imperative to building a foundation as a budding violinist, but bow hold can be one of the most challenging aspects to master on the violin. Your bow hold affects your bow
Best Violin Songs and Tips for Wedding Performances
Violinists get ready because it's wedding season! Below, violin teacher Julie P. shares the best violin songs for weddings as well as some helpful tips and tricks for preparing and performing... Wedding season is both an exciting and stressful time for violinists. For much of the summer and fall, violinists are in high demand, as the violin is one of the most popular instruments requested for weddings. If you've been asked to play solo or in a larger mixed-instrument ensemble, you migh

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