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Lindsay H offers violin lessons in Seattle, WA

Lindsay H

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...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. ... Read More

Grace C offers violin lessons in Seattle, WA

Grace C

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...I highly value personalizing my teaching towards every individual student. I believe that everyone needs to acquire their own pace, because it's not how quickly one learns something, it's how much they grasp out of each aspect. ... Read More

Yolandi C offers violin lessons in Seattle, WA

Yolandi C

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...Therefore, I like to record my students quarterly for a few minutes within a lesson to show the mass amounts of improvement they will accomplish.  It will be my pleasure to work with you. *SPECIAL SHOUT OUT TO MISS ALLIE ON PIANO! ... Read More

Thao H offers violin lessons in Seattle, WA

Thao H

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...For all my students, I encourage keeping a daily pracitce log recording time practiced and musical goals so they can see progress and be motivated to contiue learning.... Read More

Hannah G offers violin lessons in Seattle, WA

Hannah G

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...My favorite way to participate in music is as a musician for local musical theatre, especially musical theatre tailored to kids and young adults. Being able to contribute to the art forms of singing, acting, and dancing, further drives my belief that all art (not just music) can impact young lives in a meaningful way.... Read More

Amanda F offers violin lessons in Seattle, WA

Amanda F

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...In every facet of my teaching, including my private studio, I emphasize ergonomics and tone; these are one of the greatest challenges encounter by violinist. I believe that when playing comings with ease and the bow hand mechanics are in place, that the left hand and intonation will quickly follow suit.... Read More

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