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Featured Violin Teachers Near Escondido, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Violin lessons in Escondido . 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!

Annie H offers Violin lessons in   Escondido, CA

Annie H

Instruments: Piano Voice Violin

Although I began my musical career in the Suzuki method, I intentionally balance the ear-training approach of that method with music theory to create well-rounded musicians. My students will learn how to sight read music, improvize their own melodies, perform in an ensemble (chamber and/or orchestral) and master the art of performance with a solid foundation in music theory. I generally start off with Suzuki repertoire for beginning students, but supplement that with scales, positions exercises, dexterity exercises, and sight-reading material. Read More

Sarah K offers Violin lessons in   Escondido, CA

Sarah K

Instruments: Piano Violin

I usually beginwith warm-ups, scales, music theory, then continue with reviewing past homework, focusing on posture, rhythm, technique, etc. Lastly, we will sightread and preview the next pieces to be assigned for homework. Pace is set mostly by the student and how much they practice, but I will always nudge the student to improve in musicianship and posture after every lesson, with patience and perseverance. Read More

Nader T offers Violin lessons in   Escondido, CA

Nader T

Instruments: Violin

Pieces of music are normally chosen from a huge selections of violin literature or from Suzuki books. Students show very good progress in a short period of time, and they are very soon able to produce beautiful sounds from their instruments, accurate intonation, strong vibrato, correct rhythm, and great musicality. They develop a positive attitude towards the acquisition of the art of violin playing, and look at the learning process as a fun experience, especially when they are exposed to a new piece of music, whether it is a simple song such as Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star or  a major composition such as the violin concerto by Beethoven or Wieniawski. Read More

Phoebe S offers Violin lessons in   Escondido, CA

Phoebe S

Instruments: Voice Violin Viola Ukulele Mandolin Electric Violin Fiddle

I am extremely enthusiastic! Nothing is more rewarding to me than to see my students embrace their love of music, on their own terms. I am a flexible, versatile teacher and am always thinking on my feet. I like to encourage students to set their own goals with my guidance and strive to empower my students with their own sense of musical autonomy. I believe that the more a student is encouraged and empowered to follow their own musical interests, the deeper their commitment to practicing and growing will be! Read More

Betsy F offers Violin lessons in   Escondido, CA

Betsy F

Instruments: Voice Violin Viola

I like to inspire my students with my own passion for music, and keep lessons fun.  Students should never feel like lessons are a chore, but rather should leave a lesson inspired.  I think of music as food for the soul.   Read More

Dylan J offers Violin lessons in   Escondido, CA

Dylan J

Instruments: Piano Violin

I am a fan of the Suzuki method for beginning Violin students. It is the way I learned, so I am familiar with it. I do think it is important for students to have some say in what they learn. It is important for young students to have fun during the learning process. I like to throw in some current music that is familiar to the student. I also find it important to set goals. Read More

Mariantonia L offers Violin lessons in   Escondido, CA

Mariantonia L

Instruments: Piano Voice Violin Cello Double Bass Keyboard

I strongly believe in having an open and honest relationship with my student. I think both should know upfront what the expectations should be, such as how long they will practice, what proper progress and growth looks like, as well as what they need from me to help them succeed. More than anything, I want to help my students grow their love for music in any way I can, and that might be different for everyone but that should be the priority. Read More

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