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Hallie C offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Hallie C

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...I try to have a very positive approach to teaching. I believe that if a student is told what they are doing wrong constantly, they will feel like they aren't good enough for the instrument, or they will lose interest. ... Read More

Constance R offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Constance R

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...I am extemely qualified to teach with a warm and caring approach. One year I volunteered to teach violin in a YMCA string program to disadvantaged students. ... Read More

Trevor M offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Trevor M

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...For beginner students, I start with Hal Leonard's "Essential Elements for Strings" Book 1. This book is not only great for learning the fundamentals of the instrument (such as the names of the parts of the instrument, how to hold the instrument, etc.) but it also the best book I have found to teach beginning students how to read music on the violin and viola. ... Read More

John P offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

John P

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...As I previously mentioned above,I show each student as much as they can pick up.I can show a student just about anything they want to learn,but its really about how much they practice at home that determines their ability.If the student practices a lot we move much quicker and it becomes more fun and challenging.Music is endless and you can never stop learning.they are proving more and more every day how music affects your brain.When you just listen to music,you use every part of your brain.Few things do that.When you play music you are using even more of your brain.... Read More

Diandra R offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Diandra R

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...I am a passionate and dedicated instructor. I was born in Cuba, where I was admitted to the professional Art School at the age of 7. Violin was my passion, although I combined the study of violin, piano, and other theory courses as well.... Read More

Francisco Javier M offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Francisco Javier M

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...When I was teaching the string section of the orchestras, I had to learn viola and a bit of cello to be able to have successful results with the whole section... Read More

Robert F offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Robert F

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...Being relaxed is important to learning, and I always stress having students' hands relatively loose while holding and playing their instrument. I have lesson plans that I devise myself, while referring slightly to instructional videos and books also.... Read More

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