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Elizabeth L offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Elizabeth L


...I have taught in Park School, The Friends School in Baltimore area, and Towson University preparatory music department, and currently I'm a faculty in McDonogh School Private Music department. ... Read More

Nathan B offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Nathan B


...This process takes time, and I prefer to work with new students consistently and regularly during the first few months to establish a relationship, discover their individual passion for music and find their unique learning style. ... Read More

Robert B offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Robert B


...I also discuss various tools to use to achieve the effects the student is looking for. Samuel Adler's Orchestration and Elaine Gould's Behind Bars are my main reference guides. ... Read More

Stephanie S offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Stephanie S


...Over my years of teaching, I have learned that music is such an incredible outlet for my students to express themselves. Especially for younger students, it gives them a way to show their emotions when words are not enough.... Read More

Brent S offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Brent S


...When I first started off on the instrument I could not play any farther up the finger board than first position. Now I have all positions on the finger bard mastered.... Read More

Wang L offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Wang L


...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.... Read More

Cheuk Ching T offers violin lessons in Alexandria, VA

Cheuk Ching T


...I have had lots of experiences working with young musicians. I assisted my former violin teacher who teaches at Xinghai Conservatory of Music in Guangzhou supervising some of his students’ practice.... Read More

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