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Ian L offers violin lessons in Greensboro, NC

Ian L


...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

Alex H offers violin lessons in Greensboro, NC

Alex H


...I would also require a physical notebook (preferred) or some form of note-taking utility. That way we can keep track of goals, set new ones, or just write things down to keep in mind (e.g. "Measure 45 of the Berlioz: Keep spiccato crisp"). ... Read More

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