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David K offers violin lessons in Aurora, IL

David K

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...For children I do take their interests into account but also guide them towards getting better at their instrument. Reading music is an important thing for all my students. ... Read More

Martina S offers violin lessons in Aurora, IL

Martina S

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...I always seek to cultivate a relationship and atmosphere of trust, and fun, while at the same time maintaining high expectations It's so important to make sure a student looks forward to lessons, and is inspired to practice and prepare. ... Read More

Vera S offers violin lessons in Aurora, IL

Vera S

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...Every child learns differently and at various paces; that's why I like incorporating a few different methods in my teaching. I typically use Suzuki along with eastern and western European methods. ... Read More

Taisiya S offers violin lessons in Aurora, IL

Taisiya S

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...In addition, I was teaching younger students and assisted my teacher's lessons with younger students. During my college years, I was teaching privately students of all ages.... Read More

Cedric R offers violin lessons in Aurora, IL

Cedric R

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...Its important for me to engage all of the students senses while teaching since it is essential to play. Use technique and repertoire as a source of learning.... Read More

Ashley J offers violin lessons in Aurora, IL

Ashley J

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...I began teaching violin to youths through a ministry at my church, starting beginners and moving them to intermediate level. Its beautiful, sharing hope with the kids and then blessing them with knowledge and joy that can only come through music.... Read More

Anya B offers violin lessons in Aurora, IL

Anya B

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...I look to guide my students on two things; how to practice, and how to perform and be expressive. Whether you are preparing for a solo recital, school or community concert, or personal enjoyment we will still be focusing on developing a tension-free technique as well as taste and style.... Read More

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