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Madeleine C offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Madeleine C

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...My name is Madeleine and I am a music major at Salisbury University, currently going into my senior year.I have been a dedicated musician for over ten years, and teaching has always been my passion.My specialties are cello, Irish fiddle, violin, and viola. ... Read More

Wayman M offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Wayman M

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...My teaching experience began while attending graduate school 25 years ago. I have been teaching consistently in my home studio and with the Liya Foundation Summer Music Camp for the past 5 years. ... Read More

Jackie K offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Jackie K

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...It showed how fun and easy it was to play the piano. I am an active member of the Northern Virginia Annandale Symphonic Orchestra which allows me to express my passion for music. ... Read More

Jason R offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Jason R

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...My teaching style is very analytical yet engaging! I try to establish a good relationship before pushing a student. At that point I will ask the student to play to the best of his/her ability.... Read More

Robert B offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Robert B

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...I attended H.B. Woodlawn Secondary Program where I played in orchestras and numerous string ensembles, including [three?] years with the D.C. Youth Orchestra. At age 5 I took up fiddle, working with expert players from Vermont and North Carolina in jam sessions in the Blue Ridge Mountains.... Read More

Brent S offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Brent S

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...As to any new strategies as to how to the violin. The only I would be disappointed with a student is if they stayed from the material or try to always play like a virtuoso.... Read More

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