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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

Gregory d offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Gregory d

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...  As a motivated instructor, I focus on building depth of experience and knowledge regarding music and all of its aspects in students of all ages. Furthermore, I proclaim the importance of the fact that musicians create and communicate directly through their presentation of musical works at any level and on any instrument. ... Read More

Trevor M offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Trevor M

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...I believe students should WANT to practice! Our goal during lessons is to get the student to a level of enthusiasm and comfort that makes it enjoyable for them to practice by witnessing their own improvement over time. ... Read More

Nicholas L offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Nicholas L

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...Results are not about speed. The first thing to understand about music is that almost all of the difficulties are due to not understanding something. If you start from the standpoint that music should be easy, then the only task is learning how to make it easy.... Read More

Amber W offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Amber W

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...We set realistic goals together and design a plan on how we can achieve them together. The students having fun while learning is the most important thing throughout the lessons.... Read More

John P offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

John P

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...It is best to practice the right things than spend lots of time doing thing incorrectly.what i mean by that is you can spend hours practicing sloppily with poor technique and not achieve the same results as some one who works on the correct way of practicing.I compare practicing to lifting weights for most instruments because you are developing muscles.That is how you learn to play with feeling,which is the most important part of playing music.That is what people relate to.By pressing hard on the fret board,singing strong and pounding the keys.You cant control your quiet sounds till you control your loud sounds.... Read More

Diandra R offers violin lessons in Tampa, FL

Diandra R

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...While I was attending 9th grade I was elected to participate in a Cultural Exchange in Russia. I was graduated top of my class as Violin Instrumentalist and Teacher and Ensemble Practice and Music Theory Courses.... Read More

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