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Kirk J offers violin lessons in Chandler, AZ

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...Kirk's musical journey began in Boston, Massachusetts where he began taking violin lessons with Project STEP. Through this program, he learned to play the violin while also learning theory and ensemble playing. ... Read More

Orlando M offers violin lessons in Chandler, AZ

Orlando M

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...For beginning students who are children,I combined the Essential Elements for strings along with the Suzuki Method. I will also introduced the solo repertoire appropriate for scholarships and symphony membership. ... Read More

Brianna L offers violin lessons in Chandler, AZ

Brianna L

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...My primary instrument is violin, but I also play viola, cello, saxophone and clarinet fluently. My lessons focus around creating characteristic sound and correct technique, as well as short lessons on music history and theory to keep the students' music education well rounded. ... Read More

Siarra R offers violin lessons in Chandler, AZ

Siarra R

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...I always want them to be healthy in their playing and have as long of a musical career as they desire. As far as repertoire is concerned, no matter what style the student comes to me with wanting to learn, I always set a classical foundation (but we don't have to focus on it), as I believe that is where proper and healthy technique comes from for all other styles to be played the best they can be.... Read More

Tori R offers violin lessons in Chandler, AZ

Tori R

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...For Beginning piano students, I often use the Piano Adventures series. For younger beginners, I tend to enjoy The Music Tree books. For intermediate students, I like the Celebration Series.... Read More

Alisson d offers violin lessons in Chandler, AZ

Alisson d

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...I like to use the Suzuki method as a backbone for my beginning students. With children, before the first Suzuki piece, I use a package that I assembled with different bow and violin games along with fun-super-easy songs that help the student to be in great shape when they start Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.... Read More

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