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Featured Violin Teachers Near Oklahoma City, OK

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Violin lessons in Oklahoma City . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Philip C offers Violin lessons in   Oklahoma City, OK

Philip C

Instruments: Violin

My teaching experience began when I was first selected as the concertmaster of the Baldwin Wallace Symphony Orchestra four years ago! It was my responsibility to organize and run sectionals, where I instructed my peers in the art of refining, practicing, and mastering the challenging orchestral repertoire that we tackled on a regular basis. The following year, I started teaching children between ages ten and twelve. My main objectives were (and still are) the correction of form, the establishment of excellent fundamentals, and helping my pupils understand what's so great and exciting about playing music. Read More

Jeesong A offers Violin lessons in   Oklahoma City, OK

Jeesong A

Instruments: Violin Viola

For beginning students, I start with Gerald E. Anderson and Robert S. Frost's All for Strings. Once the students made progression in basic fundamentals, I use the Suzuki Methods Books and Solo for Young Violinists by Barbara Barber. Along with that, I introduce the students to the chamber music so that the students learn to play with others. For adults, I try to provide the students in their interested music so that, playing music is fun and entertaining to them. Read More

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...student has mastered steady beat, they can go on to read, perform and create rhythm patterns, melodic patterns, purposeful and creative movement, and play an instrument alone and with others. Without the foundation of a steady beat, it would be very difficult to do any of these things, or any other musical activity. 2. Kodály inspired teachers use repertoire from the folk song tradition. The Kodály approach was developed by Zoltan Kodály, in Hungary, post war era, when the country was trying to rebuild its identity. Without going into too much historical context (that’s a completely different article), Kodály and ... Read More
Famous Violinists That Inspire Through History
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Stay With Me Chords for Beginner Guitar (Sam Smith)
5 Easy Christmas Songs to Learn this Holiday Season
The Kodály Approach – More than Hand Signs

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