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Instruments: Violin, Viola
...During my masters degree I studied Suzuki pedagogy. While I don't follow the method exactly, I do incorporate much of the philosophy into my own teaching. With beginners, I prefer to teach the violin by ear so that my students can focus on their technique rather than reading music, while developing strong listening skills that are important for playing any instrument in any style. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Cello, Viola, Trumpet, Trombone, Saxophone, Clarinet, Drums, Synthesizer, Ukulele, Recorder, Tuba, Mallet Percussion, Orchestral Percussion, Oboe, Bassoon, English Horn, Music, Keyboard, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
...The second part is the practice/performance of music, instruments, and vocally: The doing of music This includes: Physically clapping rhythms, singing, playing, performing, improvising 3. The last part is the literacy/writing of music, symbols as well as how to talk about music: The knowledge of music This includes: describing music, understanding music notation/tabs/Digital Audio Workstations(DAW) I braid all three of these parts into each lesson, with a student focused approach. ... Read More
Instruments: Violin, Viola
...Fun, Fun, Fun! I try to let students aid me in the teaching process. I am constantly asking them, "how can I do this better?" "Is there anything else I could do that would help you understand this?" I don't want students to feel bored or bombarded with information.... Read More
Instruments: Violin, Electric Violin, Music
...For beginning students, I start with the Suzuki Method, a learning tool that I myself was taught as a beginner. Once the student has gained confidence and ease on the instrument, I delve into standard solo repertoire, beginning with Classical era pieces to work on tone, intonation, and bow control, then moving towards more Romantic Era pieces as well as technically advanced show pieces.... Read More
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