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Kasey K offers violin lessons in Fort Worth , TX

Kasey K


...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. ... Read More

Shabria R offers violin lessons in Fort Worth , TX

Shabria R


...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. ... Read More

Joanna S offers violin lessons in Fort Worth , TX

Joanna S


...I primarily use the String Builder method by Samuel Applebaum. It has a lot of duets, which my students enjoy, and which help them to get used to playing with somebody who is not playing the same exact part they are. ... Read More

Kelly D offers violin lessons in Fort Worth , TX

Kelly D


...I mainly use the Suzuki method, but also teach other non-tradiational methods including hmyns, gospel, ect.... Read More

Julie M offers violin lessons in Fort Worth , TX

Julie M


...I teach a combination of classical and more contemporary music as well as music history and music theory. I also teach my students to compose and improvise their own songs as well as play by ear.... Read More

Abigail M offers violin lessons in Fort Worth , TX

Abigail M


...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

Sherri K offers violin lessons in Fort Worth , TX

Sherri K


...My teaching style is more hands on approach, I have a lot of opportunities for my students to perform. I believe that actually playing the instrument will make them better players and performers.... Read More

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