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Dr. Kathleen L offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Dr. Kathleen L


...She feels that the joy of learning music is contagious and looks for ways to get students plugged into local performing groups as well as helping the whole family find ways to play together. ... Read More

Elisa B offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Elisa B


...I have been teaching violin and strings over 20 years. I have been teaching at Palo Alto school district, Gorin School of Music, Marylhurst University Suzuki Violin program, Alliance Charter Academy and Lewis & Clark College next to my private strings studio. ... Read More

Lyra C offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Lyra C


...For advanced students I focus on guiding their studies to a greater level through analysis of historically great pieces, the study of harmony, and how to capture and retain the emotional and mental intrigue of the audience. ... Read More

Yuliya V offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Yuliya V


...I am a passionate and motivated instructor who loves working with students and sharing my love of music. In 2015, I am graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University with a Master of Music .... Read More

Kai A offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Kai A


...I'm most proud of the work that I put into my senior clarinet recital in college. I managed two medium-sized student groups, got the joy of performing one of my own compositions, and even put together unique art and videos to go along with the performance.... Read More

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