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Stephan L offers violin lessons in Orlando, FL

Stephan L


...Nothing is more rewarding than seeing that musical spark ingnited in a student. Every student has different interests and different learning styles. Therefore, I make it my number one priority to accomodate the student's learning needs. ... Read More

Alvaro B offers violin lessons in Orlando, FL

Alvaro B


...I've recorded more than 20 albums, and performed in many different places. I have been a teacher of kids and adults for more than 10 years in schools and in music institutes, and now I have plans of recording new material. ... Read More

Rebecca E offers violin lessons in Orlando, FL

Rebecca E


...I developed a greater appreciation for music, proving it as a universal language among people holding diverse traditions. Some things I enjoy doing: teaching kids of all ages at church, creating things with carpentry/woodworking, producing artwork, reading, and going to the beach. ... Read More

Pepina D offers violin lessons in Orlando, FL

Pepina D


...Some child is quiet and some is extroverted. In that case I have to approach to each child in different way. Encouraging and gentle approach is very important either way.... Read More

Justin G offers violin lessons in Orlando, FL

Justin G


...During the last three years, I've further cultivated that passion for teaching both in a classroom and individual lesson setting during my graduate work at Florida State.... Read More

Amanda H offers violin lessons in Orlando, FL

Amanda H


...I'm a passionate and motivated teacher who loves performing, working with students, and sharing my love of music with others. I believe music is a gift that should be shared.... Read More

Kyle W offers violin lessons in Orlando, FL

Kyle W


...My methods fall into 4 categories: 1) Essential Technique- Students will learn the basics from the Essential Elements books, Etude books such as Wolfahrt and Dont, and customized materials 2) Music Theory and History- Students will learn note reading, key signatures, scales and arpeggios, intervals, rhythm and music history through customized materials and games 3) Solo- Students will choose solos from the Suzuki violin/viola series, or another skill-appropriate solo 4) Ensemble- Once the student has basic familiarity with his or her instrument, I will find them an appropriate ensemble opportunity such as youth orchestra, All-County/All-State Orchestra, adult community orchestra or chamber music... Read More

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