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Kimberly H offers violin lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Kimberly H

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...I started playing the piano when I was 7 and the cello when I was 8. I took lessons in both instruments growing up, adding playing the guitar in High School and the violin in college. ... Read More

Byron D offers violin lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Byron D

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...The secret to reawakening your native instincts is through what I call "remedies." These remedies reawaken your instincts. An example is touching a smooth surface and then imitating that when touching the string. ... Read More

Kseniya K offers violin lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Kseniya K

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...Music, as well as any other activities like dancing, painting or math, requires a schedule and a practice. Everyone progresses at their own pace, the most important is always to move. ... Read More

Natalie J offers violin lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Natalie J

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...I often will encourage parent participation with younger students' lessons, and I like to spend time conferencing with the parents or even have them sit in on lessons if they have the time.... Read More

Caitlin P offers violin lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Caitlin P

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...In addition to teaching private lessons, I also maintain a career as a freelance cellist. I studied under the tutelage of Dr. Erik Anderson from 2006-2011 while performing in symphonies, jazz combos, and rock bands.... Read More

Marissa E offers violin lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Marissa E

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...For more advanced students, I assign etudes and appropriate solo repertoire. I will also assign occasional theory worksheets to enhance students understanding about the music they are playing.... Read More

Dawne E offers violin lessons in Minneapolis, MN

Dawne E

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...For the younger student I often demonstrate, or play with them. Encouraging recital participation, finding the right performance piece helps me determine what inspires the student, young or old.... Read More

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