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Michael F offers violin lessons in Orange, CA

Michael F

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...If a student has never played violin before, I usually start out with a combination of the Suzuki method, the American Fiddle Method, and Jazz Fiddle Wizard to develop a holistic approach, comfortable with playing multiple styles, improvising, and playing both from sheet music and by ear from the very begginning. ... Read More

Maria  M offers violin lessons in Orange, CA

Maria  M

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...I have been teaching privately for fourteen years now. I studied under Dr. Ernest Salem at Cal State Fullerton and received various master class from members of Talich Quartet, Mary Straub, Wei-Wei Lu, and most notably James Buswell. ... Read More

Gregory O offers violin lessons in Orange, CA

Gregory O

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...I have previously taught at the Saturday Conservatory of Music in San Gabriel, Suzanne Middle School in Walnut, IvyCrest Montessori in Fullerton, and Music & Arts in San Dimas and Mission Viejo. ... Read More

Nicolette Y offers violin lessons in Orange, CA

Nicolette Y

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...I also incorporate a mix of transcribed fiddle tunes and/or popular music pieces to provide variety and keep the material fun! The more fun the students have in their lessons, and the more they enjoy the music they play, the more they will practice and continue to progress with their instrument.... Read More

Jorge G offers violin lessons in Orange, CA

Jorge G

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...Every instrument as any profession in life has easiest possibilities and hardest posibillities. Piano has more independence than guitar. In piano you could be playing a totally different parts in each hand.... Read More

Rachel R offers violin lessons in Orange, CA

Rachel R

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...I think it is important to have a strong foundation when you're learning to play an instrument. And what is absolutely essential is scales. If you can play scales well, then you're off to a good start!... Read More

Candace W offers violin lessons in Orange, CA

Candace W

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...I train everyone with at least a basic skill set and understanding of classical violin and sight reading, then allow them to choose if they want to stick with classical violin or dive into ear training and creative writing.... Read More

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...  Tip #3: Play around on an unfamiliar instrument   Try setting down your axe, keyboard or saxophone for a few writing sessions and experiment with an instrument that you’re completely unfamiliar with. This is one of those songwriting tips mainly geared towards musicians who are in a rut. Whenever you master something, your mind and body begins to form powerful habits, rituals and connections. Remember how it felt learning your instrument for the first time? Yes, you probably felt a little uncomfortable, but everything was new and exciting. You had no previous expectations or ideas to match. You were completely free... Read More

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...vowel in place of the lyrics. You may want to slow the song down at first so that you can concentrate on connecting every note to the ones before and after it. Even if there are places in the song where you normally do not connect the notes, sing everything through smoothly for this exercise. Step 3: Sing the song through again, but this time at your normal tempo and with the lyrics. Take note of the places where it is more difficult to maintain a steady tone and practice those slower.   Be sure to work these exercises into your daily practice routine and you’ll be improving your tone in no time! ... Read More
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