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Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola
...For piano students, I utilize a variety of methods depending upon one's musical background/ability. After he has begun reading music and learning rhythms, Ifind music that isaroundhis current level and style preference (classical, pop/rock, etc.). ... Read More
Instruments: Violin, Viola, Electric Violin
...Once the student completes the material, I move them to Suzuki books, etudes, and other pieces. I like to get student input when choosing music. I believe that the student will be more engaged in the lessons and practice when they are playing something that they enjoy. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Violin, Synthesizer, Music, Keyboard
...I am not here to tell a student what they can and cannot do in music (though of course I am in technical ways) - I am here to enable students to make the music they want to make, to perform the sounds they hear in their head. ... Read More
Instruments: Guitar, Violin, Cello, Viola, Bass Guitar, Electric Violin, Double Bass, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...When first working with an absolute beginner, we focus a lot on posture and how to hold the instrument comfortably. I emphasize that it must feel comfortable and "natural", or we will learn bad habits that can lead to physical problems.... Read More
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