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Ian L offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Ian L


...Ive been performing violin for almost 20 years, teaching for 15 years, and running my violin studio here in NC for the last 6 months. I currently teach for Kidsnotes in Durham, as well as running my own music studio, and I am able to teach children of any age. ... Read More

Benjamin R offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Benjamin R


...Student interaction: I want every one of my students to be engaged and excited while learning the violin. My aim is to combine fun with learning. I want to make learning the violin enjoyable for them. ... Read More

Philip O offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Philip O


...After they have become comfortable with the violin I begin them on the Suzuki books or other solo repertoire. As the student progresses I gradually phase out Essential Elements and replace it with elementary scale books and exercise books. ... Read More

Bailey C offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Bailey C


...I would like to encourage students to enter competitions and recitals--as well as work on composing their own original material so that they can feel great about their own personal accomplishments.... Read More

Kelsey V offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Kelsey V


...For beginning piano students, I typically start with Faber's Piano Adventures. I also use these books as a foundation for intermediate students. After students have grasped the basics, I will talk with them to determine their interest in different musical styles and songs.... Read More

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...down and bass clef goes up. The place where the cutoff generally occurs is at Middle C. In the image below, you can see where Middle C is on the staff in relation to the keyboard. The notes on this Grand Staff follow the white notes on the keyboard. While there are lots of different ways to remember the notes on the staff, once you know where C is you can figure out where any other note is by following the alphabet.   There’s definitely a lot more to music theory and piano playing than this brief overview, but this piano keys chart ... Read More

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...many chords are there? This is a question that every student asks me at one point or another and the answer I give them is, “It depends on your imagination.” When I see the look of disappointment wash over their faces, I then follow with, “But, you only need to learn a few chords to begin playing most of your favorite songs!” And, now, that look of disappointment turns into wonder and curiosity. This article focuses on 5 major open-string guitar chords, often referred to as the CAGED chords, that are the building blocks of every guitarist’s chord vocabulary. These chords are also the starting point of a ... Read More
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