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Featured Violin Teachers Near San Bernardino, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Violin lessons in San Bernardino . 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!

Tigranuhi C offers Violin lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Tigranuhi C

Instruments: Piano Violin

I am an active member of Music Teachers Association of California (MTAC). My students take the Certificate of Merit (CM) test annually in performance, theory, sight-reading and ear training. Taking the CM test is optional but highly recommended. I also make sure my students have plenty of chances at performing on stage at recitals by organizing my own recitals or joining forces with other MTAC teachers. Having a recital to practice for is a great motivation for students to practice daily and gives the parents the chance to see their children's accomplishments. Read More

Leehyeon K offers Violin lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Leehyeon K

Instruments: Piano Violin Cello Viola

I believe motivation is most important when students learn something. The rewards are worthy working for. If they get to be able to play and sight read, they will be proud of themselves. I encourage pupils build self-esteem, confidence and strength. I am very organized in my work, I am able to plan my lessons carefully ensuring that I cover everything on the syllabus and I plan my time well, making sure that I spend enough time with a student who is preparing for a music exam or with many students before a performance that we are putting on. Read More

Omar G offers Violin lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Omar G

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Cello Bass Guitar Double Bass Music Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I have been teaching for the last 14 years for other music schools as well as my home studio. I love to help new students from the ages of  4-99  in learning the joys of playing an instrument or instruments that they are going to enjoy. Nothing truly satifies me more than to see a student advance in their insturment as each lessons passes by. Daily quality and not quantity practice is something I like to encourage the student to be able to advance much faster in mastering the instrument. Read More

Maria  M offers Violin lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Maria M

Instruments: Violin

I currently work as the violin instructor and coordinator for Pacific Symphony's Santa Ana Strings. have taught students from the ages of five to adults. My students hold a busy schedule with violin recitals and are also given the opportunity to participate in master classes. In addition, they are involved in their school orchestras, have toured Europe, been members of OCYSO, and my former student now teaches along side with me at Pacific Symphony's Santa Ana Strings. Read More

Taylor Z offers Violin lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Taylor Z

Instruments: Violin Viola

As a teacher, my main task is to instill a love for music while a student progresses on their musical journey. I am a firm believer on you get what you give in this process. I believe its essential in establishing a daily routine of practicing slowly and efficiently. I will give my students the tools to be successful and thrive. That being said, as a teacher I am energic and direct; Read More

James S offers Violin lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

James S

Instruments: Piano Violin Viola Trumpet Recorder Fiddle

I am passionate about helping students at any level improve their skills. I have Bachelors and Masters degrees in Violin Performance and have played all over the world. For 10 years I was concertmaster of the Fresno Philharmonic and have performed as soloist and concertmaster of the Heidelberg Chamber Orchestra touring throughout Europe, Canada and the United States. I moved to the Los Angeles area in 1996 and have been a member for over 20 years of the first violin section of the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra with Placido Domingo as the Artistic Director. Read More

Joseph M offers Violin lessons in   San Bernardino, CA

Joseph M

Instruments: Violin

Celebrating 20 years of teaching violin, I’m 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. I graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Music degree in Violin Performance studying under renowned violinist Alice Schoenfeld. My studies at USC focused heavily on solo, chamber, and orchestral work -- my performances included live radio, solo engagements, and appearances with leading orchestras. Read More

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