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Yalira M offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Yalira M

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...For adults I use the same concepts, however I give them all the information I know, no matter their abbility to use it at that point in time. ... Read More

Milena A offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

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...Performing all over the world has been one of the greater experiences in my music carreer. I have travelled from China to Mexico, Canada to South Africa, and across Europe touring with orchestras and performing in some of the best concert halls in the world, such as Berlin Philharmonic, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, The Concert Hall of National Grand Theatre Beijing and Carnegie Hall. ... Read More

Natasha M offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Natasha M

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...My teaching style is enthusiastic and caring. I believe that the best way to encourage students to practice is to teach music that they want to play, to have them perform, to challenge them with beautiful music and to use technology to support practicing. "Natasha is really a superb teacher. ... Read More

Jonathan T offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Jonathan T

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...Because we're all different and each of us has our own particular way of learning, I tailor each student's lessons to their particular needs. Throughout the lessons, my focus is first on comprehension and understanding of concepts and techniques, then on usage and performance.... Read More

Robert B offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Robert B

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...I took up busking in high school, playing with friends throughout the D.C. area, and spent two summers in Canada at the Kingston Music Festival playing in bands.... Read More

Stephanie S offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Stephanie S

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...I have helped students achieve their goals as young as 4 years old and into their college years! I am trained in the Suzuki Method, but I also feel comfortable teaching any preference and learning style.... Read More

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...scale based on the root of the V chord over the first two chords and the major bebop scale based on the root of the I chord over the last two chords. The same bebop scale works over the ii and the V; and the same major bebop scale works over the I and the vi.   When practicing, you should apply the bebop scale to as many places as possible in a tune you’re working on. In the following examples, I applied it to the first eight bars of “How How the Moon” (or “Ornithology”). The first example is a very simple exercise, just... Read More

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...theory. Music is made up of sound waves, and the way that these waves interact and are impacted by the world around us is complex and intricate. Knowing how these sound waves behave allows a musician to manipulate them more effectively and achieve a sound that they desire. Being able to correctly hear the music you are making is integral to improvement, and this takes some knowledge of how sound works and the many technologies that are currently used by the music industry for recording.   An understanding of how sound is perceived by ears and influenced by acoustics opens many ... Read More
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