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Grace C offers violin lessons in Bellevue, WA

Grace C

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...Some of my favorite memories during those years was performing at Carnegie Hall for New York String Seminar in New York City. The past few years, I finished an orchestral fellowship program with The Orchestra Now in upstate New York where we performed all around the city including, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and Alice Tully Hall. ... Read More

Ashley W offers violin lessons in Bellevue, WA

Ashley W

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...The thing to remember is that every musical experience will teach a student something, so once we have the basics down, students really get to choose their music that they want to play. ... Read More

Yolandi C offers violin lessons in Bellevue, WA

Yolandi C

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...I believe consistent daily practice is essential for improvement in my students, and encourage my students to log their practice time. In the words of my professor Todd Woodbury, "You do not become a master from what you do within these lessons. ... Read More

Hannah G offers violin lessons in Bellevue, WA

Hannah G

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...I have been teaching privately part time for the past 4 years working with students in grades K-12. My main goal in lessons is for my students to not only succeed at a new skill once, but to be confident in their ability to repeat their success in practice at home and at our next lessons.... Read More

Amanda F offers violin lessons in Bellevue, WA

Amanda F

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...Each lesson we begin with warm ups before we delve into repertoire; my lessons are not a show and tell, but rather an exploration of sound. I pace material in such a way that concepts and technique build off one another in a steady progression until fluidity on the instrument is achieved.... Read More

Peyton W offers violin lessons in Bellevue, WA

Peyton W

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...I plan unique lesson plans for each student based on several determining factors including level of playing, age, learning curves, learning styles, what their goals for lessons are, and how much practice time they want to commit to per week (which is usually a different number to students than it is to parents).... Read More

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