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Boram H offers violin lessons in Warren, MI

Boram H


...I also try to find out what inspires the student. That way, I know their wants and needs. I occasionally try to use the Kodaly method when students wish to focus on melody and folk playing. ... Read More

Stephanie R offers violin lessons in Warren, MI

Stephanie R


...I emphasize not only regular technical practice but also the practice of independence in a student and bringing forward their original voice. I love to see students of any age develop as artists and grow a love for music as I have. ... Read More

David R offers violin lessons in Warren, MI

David R


...I generally use Alfred for piano, both the children's and adult's versions. I use Hal Leonard for guitar. For both violin and double bass, I generally use either Belwin or Essential Elements. ... Read More

Joseph A offers violin lessons in Warren, MI

Joseph A


...For young children (3-9) I exclusively use the Suzuki method and require a lot of parental involvement. I am happy to start children ages 10+ as well as teenagers.... Read More

Aaron M offers violin lessons in Warren, MI

Aaron M


...For beginning students I always begin with a methods book, I believe that good fundamentals are what makes a good musician, but I also teach ear training methods thereby giving the student the best in both worlds.... Read More

Stephen M offers violin lessons in Warren, MI

Stephen M


...For beginning strings students (even young children) to advanced students, I use the Suzuki method along with the accompanying sight reading book, I Can Read Music. Advanced students who have reached Suzuki book 6 and beyond are invited to seek out other repertoire as a supplement to their Suzuki studies.... Read More

Robert M offers violin lessons in Warren, MI

Robert M


...My teaching experience has extended towards friends, family and fellow students over the years. Though this will be my first time teaching professionally, the experience I've gained by performing with various musicians and learning under various mentors has given me plenty of knowledge to share with others!... Read More

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