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Jordan J offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

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...Hi! I am a 2014 Bachelor of Music graduate from the University of Maryland College Park. Originally from Glen Burnie, I have been performing in the Baltimore/College Park/D.C. ... Read More

Wayman M offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Wayman M

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...I'm an ardent and compassionate instructor who enjoys sharing the gift of music with children and adults. Music enriches the communities in which we live and expands our capacity to connect with humanity. ... Read More

Julie M offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Julie M

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...I have been teaching music in the public schools and private lessons for the past 7 years. I love teaching children and people of all ages how to play and enjoy music! ... Read More

Jonathan T offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Jonathan T

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...Because we're all different and each of us has our own particular way of learning, I tailor each student's lessons to their particular needs. Throughout the lessons, my focus is first on comprehension and understanding of concepts and techniques, then on usage and performance.... Read More

Kara K offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Kara K

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...I am a teacher who loves to share the joy of music with others. I graduated from Temple University in 2006 with a Master of Music degree in String Pedagogy and from Shenandoah University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance.... Read More

Michelle S offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Michelle S

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...My main instrument is on the flute/piccolo where I have played in different ensembles in Pittsburgh but I do have experience in the other instruments I teach.... Read More

Robert B offers violin lessons in Baltimore, MD

Robert B

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...My primary goal is for people to have fun while learning music. I believe that you can never teach someone something they have no interest in learning and I'm most committed to making sure that students at all levels are excited about what they are doing.... Read More

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