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Lindsay H

Lindsay H

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Originally from Seattle, I have moved back after 8 of years studying violin on the east coast. I am an energetic and motivated performer and instructor. I enjoy teaching all ages, but especially enjoy working with young beginners. I have been working as a performer and teacher beginning in 2010 during my Master's degree and have been loving it ever since! I strive to be positive, creative, motivating and to create a warm learning environment for my students. I believe studying music has many benefits and support my students in every way, whether they want to learn casually for fun or are more serious and are interested in applying to music schools for college.

Thao H

Thao H

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With a great passion for music and even greater passion for teaching, I am a experienced and enthusiastic instructor who loves working students. In 2015, I graudated from the University of North Texas with a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance. During my undergraudate yeras, I earned merit scholarships, participated in orchestras, competitions, and recitals, attended prestigious music festivals, and played for some of the world's most renowned musicians, such as Charles Castleman, the Muir String Quartet, Danish String Quartet, and Vermeer String Quartet.

Ricardo L

Ricardo L

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Music has been a big part of my life since I was in the third grade when I first joined the school choir. Eventually I migrated to playing Saxophone in middle school then to low brass in high school. After high school, I made the trombone my primary instrument, though I continued to play euphonium and tuba in college in various ensembles. I have had the opporunity to play all over the country including the Latin Jazz Grammys, the Playboy Jazz Festival, Central Avenue Jazz Festival, the IAJE conference, and for the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM). I have also had the honor of meeting music icons and supporters such as Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock, Poncho Sanchez, Cacau, Justo Almario, Joe Lavano, Radiohead, Hugh Hefner, Jorge Lopez, Hilary Clinton and Jay Leno.

Natalie J

Natalie J

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I like to provide super positive encouragement for students. I set realistic goals for students and make learning fun at the same time. That way students are motivated to practice and progress at a rate that is comfortable, and that provides the optimum learning experience. I often will encourage parent participation with younger students' lessons, and I like to spend time conferencing with the parents or even have them sit in on lessons if they have the time. This way, they know what their young student is to be working on for the lessons.

Brian K

Brian K

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I'm a passionate and caring music instructor who loves spreading my love for music to all age ranges. I pursued a degree unrelated to music to open more opportunities in my career development, but my love for music has never changed. Having played violin for over 10 years, I have a strong foundation and a working knowledge of basic techniques. I have received numerous accolades both at the regional and state level in high school. While I was unable to continue playing competitively in college, I continued playing casually through gigs, volunteering, and church performances.

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