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Ian L offers violin lessons in Cary, NC

Ian L


...All of my students recieve education in music theory, rhythm, aural skills (voice/ear lessons), performance techniques, sight reading, and of course intrument technique. Children are very different from each other, and all of them learn in very different ways. ... Read More

Benjamin R offers violin lessons in Cary, NC

Benjamin R


...I also want my students to learn the valuable development skills and character qualities that can be acquired while learning the violin. These including time management, patience, fine motor skills, and relaxation while performing a complicated task. ... Read More

Emily R offers violin lessons in Cary, NC

Emily R


...As a music teacher, I enjoy transferring my love for music to my students and helping them accomplish their goals. It is my desire that each of my students learns to not only play the violin or piano well, but also enjoy playing. ... Read More

Philip O offers violin lessons in Cary, NC

Philip O


...Whether it be through extra encouragement, learning their favorite song, making a violin exercise into a game, or just changing up the routine a little, I do whatever I can to make them excited about the violin again.... Read More

Bailey C offers violin lessons in Cary, NC

Bailey C


...At the commencement and finale of each session, I would encourage the student to review and set goals. Having a chart of goals physically written down for the student would help the student chart his or her own progress in real time.... Read More

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