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Featured Violin Teachers Near Edison, NJ

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Violin lessons in Edison . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Nathan K offers Violin lessons in   Edison, NJ

Nathan K

Instruments: Violin Viola Electric Violin

For the past two years I have worked alternately as a private violin teacher, and as a private music theory tutor for students in New York City and Philadelphia, my hometown. I have taught both children and adult students, and embrace the challenges that each age group presents. I recently completed my undergraduate training at the New School where I studied violin performance with an emphasis on Jazz and Contemporary Music. Read More

Alexandra A offers Violin lessons in   Edison, NJ

Alexandra A

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola Music

I'm a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students and sharing my love of music. In 2016, I graduated from Moscow State Conservatory with a Bachelor of Music Arts degree inVolin/Viola Performance. Also, I got the second certificate as a pianist. Performing all over the world has been one of the greater experiences of my life as a musician, and I've had the opportunity to play in Europe, Asia, North America, South Africa, South America. Read More

Sarah M offers Violin lessons in   Edison, NJ

Sarah M

Instruments: Violin Viola Electric Violin Fiddle

I love giving students a space to not only learn and grow, but also to find their own creative voices and passions. It's important for each student to feel inspired and to take a more active role in their learning process, so I listen to each student individually to successfully plan lessons that will resonate with them but also push them to improve. Read More

Dr. Nune M offers Violin lessons in   Edison, NJ

Dr. Nune M

Instruments: Piano Voice Violin

I always enjoyed performing, yet I fell in love with teaching very early, at the age of sixteen. A professor asked me to give a lesson to a fellow student of mine. A week after, the teacher called, saying that she could not recognize her student’s playing. The feeling of being able to make an impact was sensational. Teaching immediately became a crucial part of my professional activities. To successfully teach the art of performance practice, one needs a systemized knowledge of the technical basics and constant improvement of the ways of practicing. Read More

Tim P offers Violin lessons in   Edison, NJ

Tim P

Instruments: Piano Guitar Violin Trumpet Drums Bass Guitar Synthesizer Ukulele Recorder Double Bass Keyboard Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

My methods are non-traditional for some students and traditional for others. Each person learns differently and needs different methods to achieve their goals. I have used Essential Methods books, Jump Right In books, and others that I have found in my studies as a music teacher. I believe music is learned in many different ways, by ear, by reading, and by playing. We learn to talk by talking and being surrounded by those who talk. Read More

Benjamin S offers Violin lessons in   Edison, NJ

Benjamin S

Instruments: Piano Violin Mandolin Electric Violin Fiddle Music

I have been teaching using the Suzuki method for more than 20 years. I love working with young kids because I understand the value of introducing them to music at a young age. They will become fluent in a musical language that they will carry with them throughout their lives. For more advanced students, I enjoy the challenge of training them to produce a professional quality sound when they play advanced repertoire. Read More

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