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Laura R

Laura R

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For beginning students I use different method books and supplemental resources depending on the instrument being taught. It is important to discover each student's interests and am always searching for creative ways to keep the student engaged and fun, no matter the ability level. Together with the following method books, I create worksheets and use computer games to make llearning more enjoyable. Bastien piano courses; Hal Lenoard piano; Snell piano method; Dozen a Day piano exercises; Suzuki violin; Klose-Prescott and Lazarus clarinet; Hal Leonard guitar; Peter Gelling.

Eric M

Eric M

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  Eric is a consummate multi-instrumentalist and composer. He enjoys writing in many styles, drawing inspiration from eccentric legends like Mike Patton, Tom waits, and John Zorn, to name a few. He is especially interested in using the song as a medium for self-expression, taking every opportunity to forge vintage aesthetics with an ever expanding arsenal of technology. His most recent projects include Josey Wails, Rusted Chain, and Sixty Slang. He has studied Classical Guitar Performance and electronic music at UC Santa Cruz and Mira Costa College, working with Randy Pile, Mesut Ozgen, Peter Elsea, Mario Gonzales (Prince, Christina Aguilera), Sheldon Tarsha (Adler's Appetite). When not completely geeking-out musically, Eric enjoys goofing around with his six year old daughter, surfing, and checking out local music.  

Diane W

Diane W

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Out of college and newly married, I began teaching both piano and flute.  When babies came along, I focused on them instead.  But after they were grown, I went back into music headlong!  I became involved in a lot of performing as well as a lot of teaching.  I would estimate that my total teaching experience, with both flute and piano, is at least twenty years.  I love sharing music with others, and I enjoy watching students develop and mature.  One of my main goals is to develop a love of music in my students and to help them enjoy making music and freely express themselves through it.

Britta K

Britta K

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I encourage my students practice at least a minimum of 30 minutes a day. I don't have one particular book I work from as I see every student is different. I do require that they have a theory book because I believe learning the theory is just as important. Regardless of their age, I encourage them to find a piece within their level that they would enjoy learning to play.

Nader T

Nader T

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My teaching method is based on the education I received from four great violin pedagogues who were representing the three prominent Russian, Belgian, and American schools, and also my 27 years of training students. In one hour of my comprehensive teaching, I work extensively on both right and left hand technique, with emphasis on scales, arpeggios, and etudes...which ultimately will result in good tone production, double stops, vibrato, and more importantly, high quality performance. Pieces of music are normally chosen from a huge selections of violin literature or from Suzuki books. Students show very good progress in a short period of time, and they are very soon able to produce beautiful sounds from their instruments, accurate intonation, strong vibrato, correct rhythm, and great musicality. They develop a positive attitude towards the acquisition of the art of violin playing, and look at the learning process as a fun experience, especially when they are exposed to a new piece of music, whether it is a simple song such as Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star or  a major composition such as the violin concerto by Beethoven or Wieniawski. I know how to make the violin fun and enjoyable for students and they whole-heartedly enjoy playing the violin even more when they begin to execute vibrato during their playing and performances.

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