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Yalira M offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Yalira M

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...Because at the end, a compliment in the right moment is powerful. I believe that rhythm and musicality is related to movement and singing. Although all students cant sing well and are shy when the are asked to move, I encourage them to try it, even if I have to look like a clown while doing a certain movement with them. ... Read More

Milena A offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Milena A

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...My teaching experience dates back to my college days in Toronto, where I started teaching privately. I started teaching part-time about 5 years ago, and have been consistently teaching since. ... Read More

Wayman M offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Wayman M

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...I studied privately with Philip J. Teibel of the Buffalo Philharmonic from childhood through High School. I toured the Southeast US with the Oberlin College Choir and Orchestra in college. ... Read More

Julie M offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Julie M

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...I generally use the Alfred series for teaching piano. For teaching voice I may use a combination of books based on what style of music the student wants to focus on the most.... Read More

Jackie K offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Jackie K

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...I teaches basic scales, essential techniques to all levels, and various pieces of music depending on the studentxe2x80x99s needs. I use Suzuki, Kayser, Hohmann, the Third Position, etc. and various concertos for advanced students.... Read More

Jason R offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Jason R

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...I am proficient in and can provide basic-intermediate instruction in all instruments listed in my profile. I also have experience teaching each of those instruments. For advanced students preparing for college auditions, I can teach saxophone and jazz piano.... Read More

Jonathan T offers violin lessons in Washington, DC

Jonathan T

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...There's more to learning to play an instrument than scales and chords. My teaching method is more holistic covering, as needed, technique, interpretation, theory, performance, ear training, music listening, transcription, music copying, the mechanics of the instrument.... Read More

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