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Yalira M offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Yalira M

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...I take time in the lesson to practice with them. I like to be sure they understand and know how to embrace the assignments I gave them when practicing by themselves. ... Read More

Madeleine C offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Madeleine C

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...In addition, I ask students what they are interested in playing, to give the student a sense of ownership and signifigance in their progress. With adults I am more open to suggestions and requests, basing their lessons more on their interest as well as their progress. ... Read More

Natasha M offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Natasha M

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...I always look for new ways to teach. My goal is to create a comfortable yet challenging learning environment in which every student is successful. My teaching style is enthusiastic and caring. ... Read More

Ryan D offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Ryan D

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...I have been teaching private lessons for 10 years. Encouraging students to practice regularly and to have fun with their instrument is essential for the learning process. I stress the importance of these two things so that the student may develop a love for music and their instrument of choice.... Read More

Julie M offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Julie M

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...I teach a combination of classical and more contemporary music as well as music history and music theory. I also teach my students to compose and improvise their own songs as well as play by ear.... Read More

Jason R offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Jason R

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...Currently, I teach at at an elementary school in Palm Beach County. (Florida Public Schools) I am teaching ages k-5 general music, chorus, and band. The instruments I teach weekly include trumpets, violins, flutes, keyboards, piano, guitar, and bass.... Read More

Kara K offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Kara K

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...I am a former member of the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra and have performed for the Stewartstown Summer Theater pit orchestra. I have toured Europe with various performing groups.... Read More

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...points in the room that are the most problematic.   There are many treatments available for corners, such as bass traps, but placing square blocks of foam is a simple, cost effective way to manage these. As you treat the room, continue testing room acoustics, and make notes of how the problem areas have changed or moved.   Once you have used all the desired treatment options, re-perform the clap-test in the middle of the room. The flutter echoes should be noticeably reduced. Your footsteps in the empty room will likely sound different. Put on a song that has a wide and dynamic ... Read More
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