- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
How many Suzuki Violin students can say that they are studying with a Suzuki teacher who studied directly under Dr. Suzuki in Japan when he was alive?
As much as I enjoy working with my most advanced students I never lose my enthusiasm for starting each new beginning student. My aspiration is to provide the most accessible age-appropriate violin instruction for every student whether they are age 3 or 93.
I work closely with parents so that their children can achieve their best with age appropriate activities and as much joy and satisfaction as possible. More advanced students require custom designed methods that meet their needs. My job as a teacher is to free students from their obstacles so they can enjoy playing.
In the spirit of Suzuki Sensei, I am always looking for a better way to teach your child. This teacher is in constant search for best practices in violin pedagogy. Dr. Suzuki said every child and this teacher takes this to heart.
Special needs children are also welcome in my violin studio. I also teach special needs children at a non-profit which provides music for underserved children in Santa Ana, two days a week.
It is my goal to provide Accessible, Age Appropriate Instruction for each student of any age and help them discover their musical gifts.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 3+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
I've been teaching preschoolers to College students and adults since 1992. Challenging students are my forte. As much as I enjoy working with my advanced students I never lose inspiration for my newest beginners of every age. As a Suzuki Violin teacher who studied 3 years in Japan with Dr. Suzuki, I am specially trained to start beginners with great care and enthusiasm.
I am teaching Suzuki Violin students from age 3 and up, beginners to advanced, children to adults on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
This is my Private Suzuki Violin program.
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