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Cody W offers violin lessons in Riverside, CA

Cody W

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...I encourage daily practice, even if only for small amounts of time. Effective practice requires some level of independence, and I focus a lot our time on the art of practicing, and how to focus your attention in order to get the best out of your practice time. ... Read More

Gregory O offers violin lessons in Riverside, CA

Gregory O

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...As soon as I meet with a student or a group of students, I make sure they are welcomed by an energetic teacher before getting started on their lesson. ... Read More

Leehyeon K offers violin lessons in Riverside, CA

Leehyeon K

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...For adults, I try to find out what the student is interested in or what goals they aim for. Based on their levels, I try to introduce repertoire which they might be interested in and to motivate them to engage themselves with the lessons and practicing in order to achieve what they want from learning music. ... Read More

Alexander W offers violin lessons in Riverside, CA

Alexander W

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...I also helped with the audition and instructions on section leaders and Drum Majors as well as helped with the preparations of parade routines. I have learned to encourage my students to be better than I ever was at their age (it be they are younger than myself).... Read More

Linda L offers violin lessons in Riverside, CA

Linda L

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...I use an organized step by step method as a general rule, depending on the students age and ability, seeking to have each student master the fundamentals of rhythm, note reading, technique and expression in a logical easy to understand way.... Read More

Jordan K offers violin lessons in Riverside, CA

Jordan K

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...In my lessons, I take an integrated approach to music education, drawing connections between music of practically any style, genre, or tradition; between musical technique, analysis, and expression; and between music as an abstract entity (e.g., a score, an acoustic phenomenon) and the cultural and historical context in which it is both composed and performed.... Read More

Joseph M offers violin lessons in Riverside, CA

Joseph M

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...Celebrating 20 years of teaching violin, Im excited to open my studio to the Musika community. I have extensive experience in the traditions of Joseph Joachim, Jascha Brodsky, Ivan Galamian, and Dorothy DeLay.... Read More

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