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Ruoshuan C offers piano lessons in Arlington, VA

Ruoshuan C

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...It is very important for the music instructor to learn the nature and characteristics of his/her students. It is crucial that the teacher can make adjustments to teach according to the nature of their students, some students can learn really fast and may have a desire to be pushed harder, but many students are either normal or may require a longer time to digest the material. ... Read More

Gregory H offers piano lessons in Arlington, VA

Gregory H

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...I have a passion for not only teaching music as a unifying language, but also forming relationships and bonds with students that help foster growth. My folks instilled patience, self-discipline, and hard work in me-- all values that I exude in my lessons, all while keeping things upbeat and fun! ... Read More

Alex A offers piano lessons in Arlington, VA

Alex A

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...I am comfortable teaching all age groups and levels, and emphasize achievement through fun and learning, as it is important to me that students develop a lasting relationship with the instrument and repertoire. ... Read More

Wayne G offers piano lessons in Arlington, VA

Wayne G

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...I look to inspire my students to wonder, to question, to constructively criticize and to see themselves for who they can truly be. I have come to realize that while I have interacted with people of all ages, backgrounds, religious/ethnic beliefs and socio-economic classes throughout my life, the most fulfilling moments in my life have been those spent around children…my own and other’s.... Read More

Sheralee T offers piano lessons in Arlington, VA

Sheralee T

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...I began teaching music while I was still in high school and have been teaching since then, including piano, clarinet, recorder, Windstars Nuvo instruments, music theory and ukulele.... Read More

Adeline B offers piano lessons in Arlington, VA

Adeline B

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...I learned the violin and piano through the Suzuki method and once finished, my teachers gave me repertoire outside of the Suzuki books. Scales and etudes are fundamental to develop the necessary technical skills of the violin and are usually started after learning the basics.... Read More

Bethanny L offers piano lessons in Arlington, VA

Bethanny L

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...I make efforts to keep an open, honest dialogue with my students regardless of age so I can hear what works and what doesn't for them. It feels so good for a teacher and a student when they reach that lightbulb moment together.... Read More

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...Then use your ring finger the bar the A and D strings at the seventh fret. Your thumb should be pressing against the back of the neck, securing your hand to the fretboard. Play the first three strings, E, A, and D, and you will have played the A power chord.   You can then move this chord shape up and down the neck, still starting on the E string. Alternatively, you can move the shape up to the A string, and refrain from strumming the E string. With this simple shape, you can play in any key and cover any chord in the musical spectrum. ... Read More

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...to start violin lessons; I didn’t even remember that I had already taken one at age four and hated it! Who were your violinist idols growing up? I love David Oistrakh and Yo-Yo Ma, I grew up listening to their recordings. It’s just so wonderful that we now have access to media on the internet and on YouTube. You get to see and hear the great masters whenever you want and it’s a great way to learn more about classical music. When you first starting playing violin, did you have teachers that really inspired you? Of course! My first violin teacher was relatively ... Read More
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