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Featured Violin Teachers Near Fort Worth, TX

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

Abigail M offers Violin lessons in   Fort Worth, TX

Abigail M

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola

It is important that each student progresses at their own pace, so I craft custom lessons for each of my students, making sure that whatever their ability level, they are learning to have a passion for music. I encourage this by setting realistic goals for my students at each lesson. Creating a clear, achievable goal each week gives the student a feeling of accomplishment, and makes them eager to learn more. Read More

Joanna S offers Violin lessons in   Fort Worth, TX

Joanna S

Instruments: Violin Cello Viola

I started playing violin at the age of 4, and started teaching at 17. In 2003, I started playing viola, and in 2005, I started learning cello. In 2010, I graduated from Stetson University with a Bachelor of Music degree with electives in Psychology. I have played as the Associate Principle Second Violin in the Orange County Symphony since 2011. I love teaching because I love to help people, and I love to share my joy of stringed instruments. Read More

Kelly D offers Violin lessons in   Fort Worth, TX

Kelly D

Instruments: Violin Viola

I believe in incorporating positive reinforcement in my lessons. I set realistic goals and develop lesson plans. I encourage my students to progress at their set pace. I tailor my teaching methods to my student's needs in order to have the most productive lessons. I strive to make each lesson with my student a great learning experience. Read More

Sherri K offers Violin lessons in   Fort Worth, TX

Sherri K

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Ukulele Recorder Music Keyboard

I usually start all of my piano students from the Alfred series. Those that are more advanced will complete the curriculum quicker.. Alfred seems to offer a more detailed instruction technique. It offers step by step instructions. The student can almost teach himself. For guitar I use the Everyday guitar method. This method introduces each string at a time. By the end of the book, you will be playing songs on each string. Read More

Kasey K offers Violin lessons in   Fort Worth, TX

Kasey K

Instruments: Piano Guitar Violin Viola Bass Guitar Harmonica Mandolin Electric Violin Fiddle Double Bass

As an instructor of music, I ask for the very best of my students. And in turn, I will give them my very best to ensure that they become fluent in they instrument of choice. My style is simple, fun, and effective. My style takes on a real world approch to mastering your instrument. Read More

Shabria R offers Violin lessons in   Fort Worth, TX

Shabria R

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola

I have been playing viola for almost 20 years and each day I grow more and more passionate for my instrument. I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and began my musical studies on viola at the age 4. I graduated from Baylor University in 2013. While at Baylor University I was Principal of the Baylor Symphony and played with the Waco Symphony, Brazos Valley Symphony, and the San Angelo Symphony orchestras. Read More

JENE W offers Violin lessons in   Fort Worth, TX


Instruments: Violin Viola

I like to see where each student's natural talents and personal desires are headed and act as a servant leader to get them there. Students are encouraged to pursue music in the way that will keep them engaged reaping maximum benefits whether that be to build parts of their brain that would have otherwise lie dormant, or become the best solo performer they can be. Acknowledging and celebrating even the smallest wins is what brings the most joy in my tutoring sessions. Read More

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