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Cyndel H offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Cyndel H

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...I love seeing my students achieve their goals and develop a love for music. It is important to me that students progress at their own pace. I encourage students to set goals for themselves and to practice in order to achieve their goals. ... Read More

Ian L offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Ian L

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...After earning my violin performance degree I continued to travel around the United States and Japan, teaching violin everywhere i went. When i returned in 2015, I joined the Durham Symphony and started performing with various symphonies throughout North Carolina. ... Read More

Benjamin R offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Benjamin R

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...As a Christian, I believe in good character principles and righteous living. I ultimately desire the best for others rather than myself. With a life of teaching ahead of me, I am constantly seeking better ways of instructing students, relating with their issues, and helping them find the best way to success. ... Read More

Emily R offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Emily R

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...I have been excited to see my students progress to the point of being able to play in various ensemble-type groups, as well as perform in recitals.... Read More

Philip O offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Philip O

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...Whether it be through extra encouragement, learning their favorite song, making a violin exercise into a game, or just changing up the routine a little, I do whatever I can to make them excited about the violin again.... Read More

Bailey C offers violin lessons in Durham, NC

Bailey C

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...For beginners, I would start with basic fundamentals such as naming the strings and the notes on each string. Next I would move to scales, chords, and arpeggios.... 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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