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Dr. Kathleen L offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Dr. Kathleen L


...When a child is able to stay at a task for 15 minutes or tie their shoes, they are ready for lessons with a parent as a teaching partner. ... Read More

Elisa B offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Elisa B


...I like to balance musical enjoyment and technical training. I like to see the students making new musical and technical discoveries each week. I encourage them to set goals such as performing in quarterly student recitals and to consider taking part in a Syllabus program that has advancing yearly goals. ... Read More

Lyra C offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Lyra C


...When I teach I enjoy seeing my students express their emotions through their music, and develope a passion for their instrument. That passion is so very magical, and I aim to encourage this with personalized lesson plans hinging off of the musical stylings of a musicians that my student is interested in so they can begin to build a unique and passionate style of their own. ... Read More

Yuliya V offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Yuliya V


...I am hosts student showcases/charity benefits where his students are able to get on stage and show off their new talent.I amvery patient instructor and understands that students learn at a different pace, after all everyone is an individual!... Read More

Kai A offers violin lessons in Vancouver, WA

Kai A


...I've also been a composer/arranger for decades, including doing works on commission as well as having the joy of getting my music performed. I also have skills as a video/audio editor, and an instrument collector(40/256).... Read More

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