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Karla N offers violin lessons in Kansas City , MO

Karla N

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...The methods I use for teaching primarly depends on the students' style of learning and the level that they are at musically.  For beginning students I use a lot of visual and aural techniques and for more advanced students I build on what they arleady know and challenge them to go further. ... Read More

Benjamin B offers violin lessons in Kansas City , MO

Benjamin B

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...I like to have fun with my lessons. So, sometimes we will shy away from our regular studies to investigate some modern, and cool things that are being done with music. ... Read More

Nabaz A offers violin lessons in Kansas City , MO

Nabaz A

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...While there are certain etudes that I give to many of my students such as Schradieck, Sevcik, Kreutzer, Rode, and Dont, I do not go by any particular violin "method" in my lessons. ... Read More

Matthew B offers violin lessons in Kansas City , MO

Matthew B

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...I have served as an educator to schools, music organizations, and private pupils for 11 years. I have been the Director of Chamber Music at Bishop Seabury Academy, an educator at Calvary Universities Community Music School, and taught at Pittsburg State University as a guest.... Read More

Laurel G offers violin lessons in Kansas City , MO

Laurel G

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...I enjoy performing, and I often perform throughout the Kansas City area, as well as various opportunities around the world. I also travel to various international violin competitions; in January of 2018, I was awarded fourth prize at the Singapore International Violin Competition.... Read More

Hong Hong G offers violin lessons in Kansas City , MO

Hong Hong G

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...My teaching approach is completely student-oriented, aiming to develop their musical skills and characters as unique individuals. I include step-by-step challenges into my lessons that are just challenging enough to keep my students feel accomplished without frustrations.... Read More

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...When summer rolls around, something many music families and teachers look forward to is the annual Suzuki institute. Now, this may be an institute in Indiana, or in Colorado, or New York – but the idea is the same. Many different Suzuki institutes are held across the United States, Canada, and South America. Your task is to find the one that best suits your needs.   What is a Suzuki Institute?   It is an event where teachers, kids, and parents get together to really work on music. Suzuki institutes are usually one or two weeks long. You choose how long you ... Read More
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