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Elise F offers violin lessons in New York , NY

Elise F

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...Traditional classical method, Suzuki method. Trained with teachers of various schools including Galamian and Tuttle techniques. ... Read More

Lea K offers violin lessons in New York , NY

Lea K

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...In 1967, while an undergraduate at the University of Chicago, I was accepted as an advanced violin student by Elliot Golub, who was at the time a member of the Contemporary Chamber Players at the University of Chicago under Ralph Shapey, and a founder of the acclaimed Music of the Baroque series in Chicago. ... Read More

Sarah K offers violin lessons in New York , NY

Sarah K

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...Young students will be taught using a variety of games, activities, and found in Suzukis theories. Music History and Music Theory are offered to intermediate and advanced students. ... Read More

Anna W offers violin lessons in New York , NY

Anna W

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...Teaching for the past six years has given me perspective as to what individual students need. Besides teaching the fundamentals of the particular instrument, I want my students to get creative and involved with the musical process.... Read More

Kaila C offers violin lessons in New York , NY

Kaila C

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...I am a violinist of 20 years, originally from New Haven, CT. My passion for helping each student reach his or her highest potential has led me to an extensive career in public school teaching.... Read More

Alyssa M offers violin lessons in New York , NY

Alyssa M

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...I began teaching at the age of 17 years old and started a strings program with the founder of Akoustikos. I began teaching the Suzuki method and I love to hold group lessons as it encourages and fosters healthy growth.... Read More

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