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Leandria L.

Nashville, TN

Experienced Violin teacher of 7 years available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of basic skills, I especially emphasis learning to read music. I specialize in classical and jazz, and typically use Suzuki books, along with other books with songs/pieces that the students is interested in learning.

About Leandria

Born in Huntsville Al, Leandria L. received her Bachelors from
Tennessee State University with a Commercial Music Performance Degree, since then, she has traveled to Europe to play in work shops and concerts, she's had the opportunity to played for gospel artists Kirk Franklin, Kurt Carr, and Tye Tribbett, and has just finished up her first year of teaching music in a classroom. Her most recent teaching experience was Kids On Stage Academy, where in one week her students learned how to read music and how to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Her love for the arts keeps her love for teaching al
ive.

*** Lesson Details ***
Leandria is a laid back teacher but loves to see her students’ progress with their music. She uses the Suzuki method, but believes it’s very important to for her students to learn the basics of the instrument, how to read music and at least 2 songs within the first 3-6 months. In a typical lesson they would start with a scale---saying the note, saying the finger number, and then saying both--- then they would work on which ever piece is their focus at that time, and then they would bow to each other dismissing the lesson.

*** Travel Equipment ***
Their own instruments and music stands.

*** Specialties ***
Suzuki, however I think it is extremely important that the student learns how to read. I use my own method to ensure this.
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JANETH M. June 9, 2015
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
She is a good teacher! Recommend for other students! Not a problem.
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NICOLE M. May 12, 2015
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
I have little time in Nashville because my parents moved to the US, my first language is Spanish. Therefore Leandria has been very patient with me. Thanks
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Yaseny A. March 27, 2015
Violin · In home
Verified Student
Leandria is very patient and breaks down the information in a way that my daughter understands which has helped her keep a steady progress.
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Leandria L.

Leandria L.

Nashville, TN 37217
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starting at
$25 / 30-min
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Lauren D.

Nashville, TN

Do what you love,
love what you do,
and do it with all your heart.

Love music? Want to learn more about it and have your fine fingers in a fiddling frenzy? I cannot promise a 12-day boot camp with virtuosic results, but what I can promise is a teacher who is dedicated to her craft, and will pour into you her passion every step of the way.

Now, let’s get to jamming!

About Lauren

Lauren D began playing the violin at the age of six, starting her studies with the Suzuki method in Aurora, IL. She moved with her family to Vero Beach, FL, in 2007, and studied privately with Linda Spiwak while pursuing other local musical opportunities. In 2008, she won the Yeehaw Junction Fiddle Contest. In 2013, Lauren graduated from Vero Beach High School, after serving as concertmaster of the Vero Beach High School Orchestra for two years. As a dedicated violin student, she won three concerto competitions at VBHS. In addition, Lauren was involved with the Treasure Coast Youth Symphon
y during her senior year of high school, from whom she received a grant and scholarship. She attended Eastern Music Festival in the summer of 2011, where she worked with virtuosos such as New York Philharmonic concertmaster, Glenn Dicterow. During her time in Vero Beach, Lauren launched and promoted "Random Acts of Music", by busking around town and playing for various businesses and outdoor restaurants within her community. Lauren was the leader of the classical string quartet, “Seaside Strings” her senior year of high school, which regularly performed for weddings and charitable events, and folk fiddle trio, "Elle & the Rootabega Boys". In 2012, after attending the concert of nationally acclaimed violinist, Elmar Oliveira, Lauren was referred by him to study with his violin student, Anna Tsukervanik, who well prepared her for various auditions and performances. Throughout her high school career, she hosted a series of "jams" in her home, teaching students fiddle tunes and allowing for musical interaction outside of the competitive classroom environment. Lauren also worked closely with the Atlantic Classical Orchestra, and assisted in bringing a group of high school orchestra students to concerts, where they would volunteer to feed the musicians and interact with them before the performances.

Lauren is currently a student at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, studying as a Classical Violin Performance major. She is a member of the Belmont Symphony Orchestra, and studies with Juilliard graduate and protege of Dorothy Delay, Elisabeth Small. Lauren aspires to continue in her pursuit of mastering her instrument, and make a career of performing in chamber ensembles. She hopes to continue the legacy of the musical voices before her, bringing her passion for music and performing to cultures around the world.

Lesson Details ~

The first lesson will consist of establishing professional contact between student and teacher. Student repertoire will be determined during this time, based upon current level and initial results. **Because of this, only 50% of rate is expected for the first lesson.**

Lesson schedule may vary, depending on convenience of both the student and the teacher. I will always try to be flexible with your schedule. Please just contact me with interest, and we will figure something out that works.
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Julia W. February 16, 2015
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
We're really enjoying violin lessons with Miss Lauren! She is a very patient and competent teacher.
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Lauren D.

Nashville, TN 37212
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$25 / 30-min
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Kelsea A.

Nashville, TN

I grew up studying the Suzuki method, and I think that the underlying philosophy that anyone can learn to play music is a beautiful one, however, I am not married to repertoire, and am happy to adjust my teaching methods to suit the individual student. I began teaching violin to beginners when I was in high school, and have been teaching for the past 8 years. I can also give violin lessons in Japanese.

About Kelsea

I began teaching violin when I was in high school, and have taught various students in the years since. I also have extensive experience working as a nanny, and have worked with all ages, from infants to teenagers. In addition to having studied classical violin for 17 years, I am a songwriter and arranger, and perform my string arrangements with other songwriters in various venues around New York City. I have a bachelors degree in linguistics with a minor in music from International Christian University in Tokyo, where I researched the cognitive relationship between speech and music for my gra
duating thesis. I am currently working towards a masters degree in violin performance at Belmont University
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Jessica R. August 6, 2015
Japanese · In studio
Verified Student
6 stars! Kelsea is amazing! She is very personable and patient. She made my daughter feel comfortable when she wouldn't understand something. Very easy to talk to. Knowledgeable! All around nice person! My daughter loved her. Definitely recommend!
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Jessica R. July 9, 2015
Japanese · In home
Verified Student
Kelsea is a wonderful teacher. She is very patient and take her time with my daughter. She has also been a wonderful influence on my daughter who is learning Japanese and has made great progress with Kelsea. I would refer her to anyone with a child who has a serious interest in learning Japanese.
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Kelsea A.

Nashville, TN 37212
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$35 / 30-min
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Rachel C.

Old Hickory, TN

My teachings will assist you in working on orchestral repertoire, solo pieces and any other musical interest you would like to learn about. Students of mine have gone on to advance to audition-only groups.

About Rachel

Hello there! I'm Rachel C., a bass player and singer on the stage who also enjoys playing and teaching all stringed instruments. I have a degree from Bowling Green State University (Ohio) in Music Education. I've taught lessons for over 7 years and truly love working with eager students of all ages. It's never too early or too late to pick up an instrument and make music! I look forward to working with you!
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Jules S. September 3, 2015
Mandolin · Online
Verified Student
She is very patient, very laid back, and so nice. Can't wait for more lessons
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Srujan August 18, 2015
Violin · In studio
Verified Student
She is awesome
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Reilly S. July 1, 2015
Guitar · In home
Verified Student
Our daughter finds it easy and comfortable working with Rachel. She's very patient and detailed in her directions. She communicates well with us (the parents) which is helpful with feedback.
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Rachel C.

Old Hickory, TN 37138
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$20 / 30-min
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Anna H.

Nashville, TN

Seeking eager students of all ages and ability levels to learn whatever style your heart desires! I use the Suzuki Method along with the Galamian Scale System as a foundation for everyone, as I find this combination to be a reliable basis for playing any style. I will always challenge you to find your musical voice in your playing; after the basics of violin have been mastered, the sky is the limit. I look forward to working with you!

About Anna

Hello! My name is Anna and I'm a musician and educator from Austin, TX. I am proud to have been a Normandy Scholar (honors history program) at the University of Texas at Austin, and studied Astronomy for my minor. I earned a bachelor's degree in 2011. While at UT Austin I studied violin performance at the Butler School of Music and played professionally for many years in the Temple Symphony Orchestra, the Austin Civic Orchestra and the St. Edwards Orchestra. I am currently a professional fiddle player and violinist in Nashville. I am passionate about igniting the musical gifts of my students,
and offer a teaching style that combines hands-on instruction, lavish encouragement, personal discipline and humor. There is no one-size-fits-all model; I tailor the curriculum to the needs of each individual student. I am eager to meet you and see what kind of progress we can make together!
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Anna H.

Nashville, TN 37216
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$25 / 30-min

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