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Kyle C offers violin lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Kyle C


...I graduated from Wright State University in May of 2014 and received my teaching license in December 2014. I have performed in many different groups including Cincinnati Boychoir, May Festival Youth Chorus, Great Miami Youth Symphony, Wright State University Chamber Orchestra, and the Hamilton Fairfield Chorale. ... Read More

Kristen M offers violin lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Kristen M


...I teach violin under the traditional method. If the student is a beginner and a younger child, I use the Suzuki method as well, although I am not officially trained. ... Read More

Moira L offers violin lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Moira L


...For older students I teach simple songs as well as scales and arpeggios. I tell students that if they only have 5 minutes a day, they should at least play scales. ... Read More

Ping C offers violin lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Ping C


...By trying to find out what inspires the student, I can successfully tailor my instruction to their wants and needs. Each students has different personalities and I do my best to let them have fun while learning the music.... Read More

Hannah S offers violin lessons in Cincinnati, OH

Hannah S


...I find a great sense of joy in my students developing a passion for music much like my own. It is important to me to include composition, theory, and history in my lessons so that my students can understand music as a whole, rather than just being a talented performer.... Read More

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