Featured Violin Teachers Near Denver, CO

Terri D

Terri D

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I begin lessons using tradititonal method books, from Belwin String Builder to Maia Bang, to Strictly Strings. We focus on establishing foundations and building a repertoire which the student truly enjoys.

Teresa W

Teresa W

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I ask all of my students to be prepared for their lessons with a notebook and pencil for lesson notes and assignments.  I ask them to bring any materials they have and will often recommend books and supplemental material I have had success with.  I believe in writing down notes that help students understand what they are learning, exactly what students should practice, and setting goals for their practice and overall progress.  I have judged solo contests and have rarely had a private student achieve less than a 1st Place rating.  Most of my private students achieve "Superior" rating at solo and ensemble contests.  Good communication and genuine concern for the students needs, desires and goals will always be my focus.

Bridget G

Bridget G

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I use various teaching methods, depending on the needs of the student. I am currently studying Suzuki Pedagogy at Lamont School of Music, and have previously studied other traditional methods; etudes are used to supplement more advanced repertoire. I believe that besides recitals, exams can also be a great motivation for students, providing a goal for them to work towards. All of my students who enrolled in the recent exams with the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music have scored distinctions. 

McKaylee M

McKaylee M

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I am a motivated, determained, and pasionate instructor who loves working with students of all ages. I am currently a student at Metropolitan State University of Denver working towards my Bachelors in Music Education with an instrumental concentration. I love to share my gift of music with everyone! I have been playing music for 8 years (since 7th grade). I have had many different playing experiences in many different genres and many different groups. 

Ana M

Ana M

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I'm a passionate and dedicated instructor who loves to work with kids all ages and adults and sharing my love of music . In 2007 I earned my Bachelor on Viola performance in my country (Guatemala) I am currently getting my Master's in Music Performance in Lamont school of music. Be a musician it was been one of my best experience in life from learning , teaching and travel all over the world . I have had the opportunity to play with Orchestras in Chicago area , Nashville area and Denver area. I have had the opportunity to have a master class with Yoyoma

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