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Featured Violin Teachers Near Santa Ana, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Violin lessons in Santa Ana . 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!

Nicolette Y offers Violin lessons in   Santa Ana, CA

Nicolette Y

Instruments: Violin Viola Fiddle

I am a violinist and fiddler based in Echo Park, and have been teaching privately as well as in public schools and music camps for about eight years. In 2013 I graduated from UCLA with a degree in Ethnomusicology, and have since been writing, recording and performing with several ensembles in a variety of genres. I have won competitions as a solo fiddler, in bluegrass ensembles, and with bands performing original compositions. Read More

Nikkia C offers Violin lessons in   Santa Ana, CA

Nikkia C

Instruments: Violin Viola

Creating a non-judgemental atmosphere, where students are free to experiment, make mistakes, and try again, is crucial for learning an instrument such as the violin. With this instrument, repeptition is key to learning. I also strive to set very clear, manageble goals, so students feel a sense of accomplishment at each stage. This sense of accomplishment is motivating to the student as well as the teacher! I often let students have a choice of which solo piece they get to play, as I have witnessed many past students rise to the ocassional to learn a piece they are passionate about! Read More

Cody W offers Violin lessons in   Santa Ana, CA

Cody W

Instruments: Piano Guitar Violin Cello Viola Drums Bass Guitar Synthesizer Ukulele Electric Violin Double Bass Keyboard Electric Guitar Djembe Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

Most of all I enjoy sewing the seed of passion that I received when I began playing my first guitar at the age of 8, and nurturing that which has brought me to love and enjoy the music I experience everyday of my life. I hope that everyone of my students gets out of the each lesson exactly what they came for and more. Whether you are looking for a hobby, trying to reach mastery, or just want to learn a few tunes for a loved one, I want to focus the lesson to your desire. Read More

Tien L offers Violin lessons in   Santa Ana, CA

Tien L

Instruments: Violin Cello Viola Double Bass

Mr. Li directed the musical The Wiz at the Tugaloos college of Mississippi and directed the Tchaikovskys Nutcracker Ballet at Madison Cultural Center in Mississippi. Since I moved to California in 2002, I focused on music education; I was director of Waltrips Yamaha Music School, and later a director of the music program and a faculty member at the Arroyo Pacific Academy. In recent years, I have organized and conducted student string ensembles and school choirs to perform for different local venues, including school events, senior community centers, and Christmas concerts or other holiday occasions. Read More

Candace W offers Violin lessons in   Santa Ana, CA

Candace W

Instruments: Violin Electric Violin Fiddle Music

I have experience teaching in many facets. I began working with kids as a full-time nanny and then went into teaching in a Kindergarten classroom, and proceeded to teaching music for all ages. I am very intuitive and experienced with seeing where a student is at, meeting their needs as a teacher and student individually first, and then growing them into a musician from there. It is important to me that each family knows I care about them as people and as my students. Read More

Travis H offers Violin lessons in   Santa Ana, CA

Travis H

Instruments: Violin

I create a personalized lesson plan for each and every student I teach, because not everyone learns the same way. I incorporate music and exercises from a variety of different books in a way that I think would best suit my student. I will often also have my students learn music that has a part for a second violin, so that I can accompany them. For a complicated instrument like the violin, learning left-hand technique comes before right-hand technique, and then combining them together. Read More

Gregory O offers Violin lessons in   Santa Ana, CA

Gregory O

Instruments: Guitar Violin Drums Bass Guitar Ukulele Mallet Percussion Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion Music Acoustic Guitar

I have been an active performer since 2011, currently being the principal percussionist for the Southern California Philharmonic in Corona Del Mar, CA, as well as an occasional percussionist with the La Mirada Symphony, Palos Verdes Regional Symphony Orchestra, Dana Point Symphony, and Whittier Regional Symphony Orchestra. I also serve as the youth choir director at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Fountain Valley. I have also had previous experience playing in musical theatre, playing for shows like Hairspray and Dr. Read More

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