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Andrew K offers violin lessons in Spring, TX

Andrew K


...Andy has a strong background in music theory, aural skills and improvisation, and tries to include all aspects of music into his lessons. Andy is very familiar with many teaching methods and can adapt his teaching style to suit any student. ... Read More

Brittany J offers violin lessons in Spring, TX

Brittany J


...Performing all over the world has been one of the greater experiences of my life as a musician, and I've had the opportunity to play in Ireland, Canada, and nationally throughout the United States. ... Read More

Raymiah J offers violin lessons in Spring, TX

Raymiah J


...I was born in Marshall, Texas. I received my Bachelor of Music and my Master of Fine Arts in Music Education from Stephen F. Austin State University. ... Read More

Rachel B offers violin lessons in Spring, TX

Rachel B


...I also make it a point to observe how they learn and what is successful for them along with what doesn't work so well. I use educational tools such as videos and games to also teach, especially for the younger ones.... Read More

Melissa E offers violin lessons in Spring, TX

Melissa E


...Those who are new in playing the violin/viola for the first time, I would start addressing how to care and properly hold their instrument and get them familiarize the suzuki book method which has simple exercises and fun modern music at the same time, so the student can learn and also have fun!... Read More

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