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Darrell V offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Darrell V

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... In my experience, this structure creates the strongest foundation for pupils to build the rest of their musical lives on, whether professionally or solely for personal enjoyment. ... Read More

Ivan O offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Ivan O

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...I start the student first by using The Mastery book by William Dick and Laurie Scott to learn the basic technique of the instrument. As soon as I think the student is ready I start teaching simple songs by rote. ... Read More

Marcus R offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Marcus R

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...For beginning students who have no experience on their instrument, I usually spend a fair chunk of time working on basic technique using books like the Essential Elements series or Greg Horne's similar books for folk instruments. ... Read More

Ryan C offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Ryan C

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...I began teaching lessons six years ago as a course requirement for one of my pedogogy classes. I quickly fell in love teaching and have since then strived to improve myself to be best teacher I can be.... Read More

Benjamin P offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Benjamin P

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...I always tailor my lessons to my students needs and desires and never waste time. Nothing is more important than a students progress and growth so I weed out all the irrelevant or potentially boring information in music lessons and cut straight to the chase of what is going to help the student learn and enjoy their progress.... Read More

Katie L offers violin lessons in Austin, TX

Katie L

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...I graduated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelors Degree in music with a concentration in viola and education. In college I played in the viola section of the UNT orchestra and also with the New Philharmonic Orchestra of Irving.... Read More

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