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Julie L offers violin lessons in San Francisco , CA

Julie L

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...I began teaching private lessons part-timewhen I was still in high school on Long Island. I have taught in elementary day care in the early 1990's and taught in public schools elementary general music and chorus, beginning instrumental music at the elementary level, as well as middle school orchestra in the San Lorenzo Unified School District. ... Read More

Aziza M offers violin lessons in San Francisco , CA

Aziza M

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...I began my undergraduate degree at the State Conservatory of Uzbekistan in 2004 andgraduated in 2008.Imoved to the United States in 2010to pursue my Professional Performance Certificate atLynn University, Florida with Professor Carol Cole. ... Read More

Sam N offers violin lessons in San Francisco , CA

Sam N

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...Most importantly I never want my students to feel that music is a burden! I want them to always enjoy themselves when they are practicing or performing. ... Read More

Carol Beth L offers violin lessons in San Francisco , CA

Carol Beth L

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...I was a member of the San Diego Youth Symphony in high school, was part of my college orchestra in college, and have been a member of the San Francisco Civic Symphony since fall of 2013.... Read More

Kashi E offers violin lessons in San Francisco , CA

Kashi E

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...I believe that above all else a teacher should be inspiring and motivating, especially for younger students. "Dare to be musical" was a phrase that one of my former teachers used and I strive to bring that to every lesson that I teach.... Read More

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