Featured Violin Teachers Near Austin, TX

Darrell V

Darrell V

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Curriculum:   Finding your range>>> Expanding your range>>> Tone development>>> Accuracy>>> Dexterity>>> Speed>>> Projecting>>> Elements of rhythm>>> Elements of pitch>>> Elements of dynamics>>> Elements of articulation>>> Reading notation>>> Writing notation>>> Counterpoint>>> Harmony>>> Live performance>>> Duets>>> Ensemble performance>>> Studio performance>>> Advancing to the next level>>> Improvisational techniques>>> Playing by ear>>> Finding your signature style>>> Expression>>> Lyricism>>> Composing>>> Arranging>>> Project management>>> Recording

Ivan O

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.  Eventually I introduce to the student to String Explorer to teach music reading and emphasize the techniques already explored in the Mastery Book and learn by rote.

Carlos N

Carlos N

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I started teaching part-time 8 years ago when I was a Junior in high school. I continued teaching throughout my undergraduate at a local music studio in El Paso. I have taught children as young as 5, as well as seniors as old as 95. 

Ariana B

Ariana B

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I'm passionate about teaching and helping my students develop confidence and a love for music. I began my violin studies at a young age and have about a decade of classical orchestral experience. I continued my studies at the University of Texas at Austin where I performed with the UT Orchestra for several seasons. I also had the privelege of studying with Ethnomusicologist Sonia Seeman in her middle eastern ensemble, where I learned the music of Iran, Turkey, etc. My home teaching studio is located in the heart of Hyde Park. It is a beautiful historic neighborhood. I live in a home, not an apartment. 

Ryan C

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. For my younger students, I really like to focus on the fundamentals of violin technique so that they can have a firm foundation on which they can improve. I also try to include music theory and music history into my lessons so that a student leaves each lesson not only as a better violinist, but as a better overall musician.

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