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Dorisiya Y offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Dorisiya Y

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...In 2015, I graduated from Oberlin Conservatory with a Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance. In my music career so far, I have had numerous opportunities to perform at prestigious venues, such as Carnegie Hall as part of the Oberlin Orchestra, and Le Poisson Rouge in New York. ... Read More

Jacob F offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Jacob F

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...I started playing the violin when i was 5 years old, I went to Hamilton Country Day School in Attleboro MA as a child where violin was part of the curriculum. ... Read More

Jia L offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Jia L

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...I feel that I have developed some positive strategies for creating a fun learning environment for young students, while organizing my classes to best accommodate the needs of each student. ... Read More

Kavita S offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Kavita S

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...After covering the fundamentals, I move on to repertoire that is educational as well as engaging to the student. I also am open to music requests; I think it's important for students to be excited about learning new things.... Read More

Roselyn H offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Roselyn H

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...Once students are comfortable in holding and using the violin, I introduce a little bit of note reading at each lesson. For adult students, understanding of the instrument will come much faster, so I love getting my students to play music with which they can focus on making a beatiful sound while still learning the fundamentals.... Read More

Jesus S offers violin lessons in Boston, MA

Jesus S

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...If the students needs to free up their playing, I will find ways for the student to become more expressive by understanding what of language translates to the student.... Read More

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