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Kirk J offers violin lessons in Mesa, AZ

Kirk J

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...Kirk has experience teaching students of all ages for the past 10 years. He teaches privately as well as teaching through the school system. Kirk founded his own musical organization for low income families. ... Read More

Orlando M offers violin lessons in Mesa, AZ

Orlando M

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...I have had the opportunity to play with such symphonies such as the Shreveport Symphony, New Orleans Community Orchestra, Midland/Odessa Symphony, the EAC Symphony and I am now a member of the North Valley Symphony. ... Read More

Brianna L offers violin lessons in Mesa, AZ

Brianna L

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...I am a dedicated and hard working teacher. I graduated from the University of Idaho with my degree in Instrumental Music Education in May 2014. During my time in school, I was actively involved in the community orchestra (Washington-Idaho Symphony), Sigma Alpha Iota (a philanthropic music fraternity for women), and held various leadership positions in other organizations, all while maintaining my own private studio and teaching through the Preparatory Division at the University of Idaho. ... Read More

Siarra R offers violin lessons in Mesa, AZ

Siarra R

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...If they take home something negative, it is less likely that they will feel the desire to play or practice or even look forward to the next lesson.... Read More

Tori R offers violin lessons in Mesa, AZ

Tori R

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...For beginning violin and viola students, I use All for Strings first, then followed by I Can Read Music paired with Suzuki Book 1. As students advance in their piano or string studies, we eventually step away from method books and study staple, classic repertoire by composers such as Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach. for each lesson, I write custom lessons plans based on the student's needs and interests.... Read More

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