Featured Violin Teachers Near Seattle, WA

Lindsay H

Lindsay H

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I try to teach each student differently, keeping in mind his/her specific goals and needs. Everyone learns in a slightly different way, so I am not afraid to try new things if I think it will help a student. I try to think outside the box and understand that all students progress at different speeds. I am patient and understanding but also expect a certain level of practice and diligence in order to accomplish our goals together. I aim to provide a nurturing environment where the student and teacher enjoy learning together.

Grace C

Grace C

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I love working with people who are interested in learning, improving, and rekindling a fond hobby. I know I can instantly communicate well if I can see the passion and intereat level. Music is universally enjoyed, however I believe it requires great focus and dedication. I absolutely love to give my input and see its outcome!

Ricardo L

Ricardo L

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I have come to learn that all students learn in their own unique way and at their own pace. As a teacher, it is my responsibility to identify these unique traits, encourage their strengths and improve their weaknesses. I also make sure they are learning what they want to learn, but more importantly, teach them what they need to learn to continuously excel musically.

Natalie J

Natalie J

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I have experience with repertoire for all of the instruments that I teach at the levels that are appropriate for the students. I keep in mind the standard curriculum for solo work, but I am also flexible in choices. I like to learn about the student and what kinds of music that they are interested in learning. This allows for the addition of different genres of music according to the student's interest and motivation. I like to include music theory in my teaching as well as some music history. I often will encourage players who are learning an instrument to consider taking up the piano as well, as I feel that this offers players a good foundation for understanding music theory functions.

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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