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Carina P offers violin lessons in Dallas, TX

Carina P

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...Nothing is more gratifying than seeing my students to feel good with themlseves while making music and making progress. My goal is to be a resource for them but also teach them to become auto sufficient for their future. ... Read More

Kasey K offers violin lessons in Dallas, TX

Kasey K

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...With my students, I take them step by step through were they are as a musician, to were they need to be. My experience working in ensembles will also expand my students ability to play in groups of all sizes (which will often happen). ... Read More

Shabria R offers violin lessons in Dallas, TX

Shabria R

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...I teach a predominantly Suzuki as I learned with the Suzuki method and I am trained as a Suzuki instructor. I don't completely immerse my students with the Suzuki method and while learning how to play by ear, I teach students how to read music so that they are able to compose their own music. ... Read More

Joanna S offers violin lessons in Dallas, TX

Joanna S

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...I started teaching privately in 2004. In 2013, I started contracting with the Anaheim City School District to teach string classes in their after-school music program. Whether in a private or group setting, the joy on the students' face is the most powerful motivator and greatest reward I know of.... Read More

Kelly D offers violin lessons in Dallas, TX

Kelly D

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...I believe in incorporating positive reinforcement in my lessons. I set realistic goals and develop lesson plans. I encourage my students to progress at their set pace.... Read More

Jacquelyn J offers violin lessons in Dallas, TX

Jacquelyn J

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...I went on to get my Master's degree at Georgia State University and then returned to Louisiana State University for my final degree in Cello Performance. I am currently ABD (all but dissertation) in DMA program and I am working with the Augusta Symphony.... Read More

Byron H offers violin lessons in Dallas, TX

Byron H

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...I am a lifelong student and teacher of music, and I love sharing what I've picked up over my many years of learning and performing. I have degrees from 4 institutions including The University of South Florida and The Boston Conservator, but my experiences in music extend beyond academic pursuits.... Read More

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...The great blues musician Dr. John called Booker, “The best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans has ever produced.”     Sergei Rachmaninoff- Late Romantic   Next on our list of famous piano players, composer and pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff was born in Russia in 1873. In addition to creating some of the most cherished piano and orchestral works of all time, Rachmaninoff’s life and career also unwittingly put the Soviet Union’s tenuous relationship with artistry and music front and center on the world stage. He began playing the piano at the tender age of four, and graduated from the Moscow... Read More

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...has other qualities that can make defining genres more difficult.   One of the principal factors that make defining popular music as belonging to one genre or another is the marketing that goes along with popular music. If you have a friend who is an enthusiast for one popular musical genre or another, you may have heard phrases such as “That’s not real metal” or “That’s not real punk”.   Popular culture classifies music partially based on the subculture with which it is associated. This is why, for instance, Sha Na Na and Motorhead are both described as rock acts. Their music may ... Read More

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...rental programs are also viable options, especially if you are on a tight budget, when you buy an instrument you are making a monetary commitment. You also can’t return it to the store you’re renting it from at the beginning of February!   Find a Teacher You Like While online tutorials can be great resources, having a teacher that you visit on a weekly basis is by far the best way to learn an instrument. Your teacher won’t just help you learn how to play, they’ll also keep you on track with practicing and make sure you’re not developing bad habits or technique. Like having a gym buddy, your teacher ... Read More
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