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'Highest Scholarship', Wuhan Conservatory, 2013-2016
3rd-class prize, ‘QingYang Cup' violin competition, Wuhan City, 2010
3rd-class prize, 11th Violin Competition, Wuhan Conservatory, 2011
Performance Scholarship, Peabody Institute, 2017-2019
1st-class prize, Master Player Festival’s Solo Competition, Delaware, 2018
I am a patient and motivated instructor who has a lot of experience of teaching and loves working with students. I graduated from Wuhan Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree in violin performance in 2017, and graduated from Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University with a Master of Music degree in violin performance in 2019. Performing and teaching all over the world has been one of the best part of my life as a musician. I have had the opportunity to play with many Maestro like Leon Flescher, Shlomo Mintz, Marin Alsop, we made a lot of great music. I am also a violinist of Midland Symphony Orchestra, Allentown Symhony Orchestra. In addition, I got a lot of experience of teaching and performance in China.
I got at least 7 years experience of teaching violin performance. I begun my teaching when I got into Wuhan Conservatory. So actually I experienced students both in China and the US. There is a lot of difference, and it makes my view wider and have more idea about how to teach in different ways. Make a consistent schedule to encourage regular practice for students is key I like to emphasize for students, as it could help the student keep their passion for the violin. I also like to combine some of classical and modern music(like pop music, anime music) for my students, It could help students be motivated to practice and continue to learn. I am doing my job to let my student could have fun in their lessons.
For beginning student, I usually start with Suzuki Violin School. This is a pretty good methods for student to begin their violin life. There are many etudes like Wohlfahrt's 60 Studies For the Violin, Mazas' 30 Etudes Speciales and so on, I will make their individual plan introduce the Etude which fit them the best to my student to make progress on performance skill efficiently. Once my student learn the enough performance skill, I will begin to introduce many solo repertoire. Some time I will rearrange some music for my student like some anime music when my student showed that they are interested.
The best reward is seeing one of my students develop a passion for music! So, it's pretty essential that each student has their own pace to make progress. According to this, I prefer to set realistic goals and task for practicing for my student at each lesson. Acheve the goal they set will give my student a sense of accomplishments, it helps students to make progress and make them eager to learn more. By trying to find out what 's student like the most, what inspires them, I can edit my instruction to their needs and help them be better.
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