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Darrell V offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

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...30+ years performing experience: baroque, classical, jazz, orchestral, march, gospel, blues, folk, bluegrass, big band, country, rock, metal, theater, pop, punk, Americana, avant-garde, grunge; Solo, small combo, large band, and orchestral experience. 20+ years teaching experience: guitar [Spanish, acoustic, electric], electric bass, voice, piano, keyboard, woodwinds [specializing in saxophones], percussion, violin, brass, composing, arranging, songwriting, recording, management; ... Read More

Ivan O offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Ivan O

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...I have been teaching children since 2000 on a formal basis, first as an orchestra director for elementary and middle school students. Since 2006 I have been teachin at the elementary school and giving private lesson in violin and viola. ... Read More

Ariana B offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Ariana B

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...I currently perform with the University of Texas Orchestra and the Austin Philharmonic Orchestra. I also work at several other private lesson studios in South Austin, such as the Lone Star School of Music and Music Arts. ... Read More

Ryan C offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Ryan C

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...I like to tailor my teaching methods to each individual student. I know from taking lessons myself that no two violinist are alike, and it would be silly to teach as if they were.... Read More

Benjamin P offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Benjamin P

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...I can give the tools to excel and grow in your instrument of choice, and as a teacher, I try and go a step further and show you HOW to practice.... Read More

Katie L offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Katie L

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...My teaching experience dates back to my college days, as I began teaching private violin and viola lessons part time ten years ago. I teach students in my home but also dont mind coming to them as this can be more convenient for busy schedules!... Read More

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