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Featured Violin Teachers Near Torrance, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Violin lessons in Torrance . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Ralph N offers Violin lessons in   Torrance, CA

Ralph N

Instruments: Piano Violin

I have been a private piano teacher, accompanist and arranger in Tucson and Los Angeles since 1980.  I am currently teaching piano and violin in the Canoga School of Music, Canoga Park, CA and giving private lessons as far as 15 miles from my home in Canoga Park, CA. My past teaching experience has included the Las Virgenes Unified School District and eleven years teaching piano and music theory at Learning Tree University. Read More

Maria  M offers Violin lessons in   Torrance, CA

Maria M

Instruments: Violin

I have been teaching privately for fourteen years now. I studied under Dr. Ernest Salem at Cal State Fullerton and received various master class from members of Talich Quartet, Mary Straub, Wei-Wei Lu, and most notably James Buswell. My former teacher, Andrea Byers, studied with world renown, Ivan Galamian. I received my bachelor's with an emphasis in music education. After completing my undergrad, I was accepted to the Bob Cole Conservatory at California State University of Long Beach on scholarship, and studied violin performance. Read More

Joseph M offers Violin lessons in   Torrance, CA

Joseph M

Instruments: Violin

However, if you are beginning and want to become advanced, then we will need to discuss ways of achieving that goal -- lots of practice! In any case, my teaching style is this, the more fun and exciting the music is, the more you'll need to practice! That's how I explain it to my younger students who want to become really great down the road. If you'd like to play the violin casually and possibly learn how to read music too, that requires practice as well. Read More

Samara R offers Violin lessons in   Torrance, CA

Samara R

Instruments: Piano Voice Violin

I love helping my students develop their music talents and skills! At each weekly lesson, students learn new concepts, materials, and songs. Goals are set with the student at these lessons. I make sure each student is excited about and engaged by finding songs that they want to learn. Read More

Nicolette Y offers Violin lessons in   Torrance, CA

Nicolette Y

Instruments: Violin Viola Fiddle

In 2014 I founded the string program at Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center, a program that provides affordable music classes to students aged 8-18. Additionally, in the past two years I have been the primary music instructor at Lincoln and Mountain Avenue Elementary Schools in La Crescenta. After eight years of work in music education I have developed a passion not just for the craft of the violin, but in helping each student to achieve their personal goals through fun and engaging music. Read More

Maximino T offers Violin lessons in   Torrance, CA

Maximino T

Instruments: Piano Guitar Violin Cello Viola Trumpet Trombone Saxophone Flute Clarinet Recorder Fiddle French Horn Piccolo Oboe

My approach to learning an instruments is to have the students learn to play by ear first before they can start learning to read music. I find that most students are able to progress quickly because it frees them to focus on the playing the instruments rather than reading notes. I consider reading music like different subject that they learn later. Learning music is like learning to speak. First we learn to talk and then we learn to read and write. Read More

Leehyeon K offers Violin lessons in   Torrance, CA

Leehyeon K

Instruments: Piano Violin Cello Viola

I began teaching private lessons part time 7 years ago. I like teaching because I can help pupils achieve. I continued my teaching career by directing strings of junior orchestras in Irvine. I directed strings of IDream Junior Orchestra and the IBC Junior Orchestra in many public performances for years. I also directed viola section of Purme Orchestra in Seoul, Korea. As an active member in Music Teachers’ Association of California (MTAC), in addition, I have given private music lessons for violin and viola. Read More

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