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Dorisiya Y offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Dorisiya Y

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...My teaching experience goes back as far as high school when I started volunteering to teach violin lessons to younger students. In my college years, I taught as part of Oberlin Conservatory's secondary lessons program in addition to teaching members of the Oberlin community of different ages and levels. ... Read More

Kailey Z offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Kailey Z

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...But ultimately, it's what you put into your playing and how much devotion and determination you have to be a musician that will take you the farthest! ... Read More

Tal T offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Tal T

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...I recognize that each student is different from the next, and while I prefer to guide all students through a similar structure, I always make conscious and consistent efforts to evaluate each student's progression to determine what needs the most work. ... Read More

Dorothy C offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Dorothy C

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...The most rewarding thing about teaching for me is to see my students develop their own passion for music. In order for that to happen, it is crucial that each student moves and progresses at his or her own pace.... Read More

Praxton S offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Praxton S

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...The key to improving is practice. Practicing isn't always fun, but the hardest part is getting started. I like to emphasize that the process isn't always easy, but the result is rewarding.... Read More

Mine M offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Mine M

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...Intermediate: After the student accomplishes keeping all fingers on the first position and has improved bowing skills, I start teaching how to play musical pieces, provide exercises to improve note recognition and increase awareness on music culture, composers and performers while keeping technical work part of every lesson.... Read More

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