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Lauren L

Lauren L

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 I began taking violin lessons with the Suzuki method at the age of four in Pensacola, Florida. I was involved with the Escambia County Youth Orchestra from fourth grade through high school. I started teaching violin lessons at this time and was requested to play at many weddings. In 2004, I attended Southeastern University where I studied business, religion, and overseas missions. While there, I was a member of the string ensemble and played in several bands of various genres. In 2008, I moved to Hawaii to work with a humanitarian organization. One year later, I moved to Nicaragua. While there, I worked at a local school and taught third grade, preschool, and was a music teacher for pre-K through 6th grade. I was also the worship leader at my church. My travels have allowed me to venture into learning other instruments like the guitar, piano, and ukulele. Through involvement in church I learned improvisation and how to collaborate with other musicians. My diverse family background spurred my interest in many different genres including Cajun, Celtic, and Bluegrass.  I have been teaching violin for over 15 years and it is my passion!

Erick V

Erick V

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I have been teaching privately for three years. In my time teaching I have learned that the fundamentals of playing an intrument is one of the biggest obstacles to overcome. With this in mind I have found many different ways to isolate weaknesses and build them to a higher level. My students have all improved from the first day that I taught them and I look forward to teach more students.

Todd T

Todd T

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I love all kinds of music and am excited to share my knowledge.  As a public school music teacher and have led singing groups and strings ensembles.  I enjoy working with students of all ages.  I have travelled around the world singing in a variety of groups including classical, opera, gospel, pop and many other styles. I have utilized my skills, training and certification to satisfy fine arts requirements for home school graduation.  I would love to help you prepare for auditions for a middle or high school of the arts, a college musicstudy program or to be the next American Idol as well as just have fun learning to be the best musician you can be!

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