Violin Lessons Cheatham County, TN

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Featured Violin Teachers In Cheatham County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering violin lessons in Cheatham. Whether you are looking for beginner violin lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
Jamie M

Jamie M

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola, Recorder

Teaching Methods: For beginning students, I generally start them out on Essential Elements Book 1.  After a couple months, I like to add Suzuki Book 1.  Once the student is comfortable with their instrument, I like to incorporate songs of their own choice - like, the theme to Star Wars!

Teaching Styles: As a music teacher, there are few things more rewarding to me than to see one of my students progress musically and learn to love their instrument!  My goal for all of my students is to impart the love of music, and by so doing to enrich the landscape of their lives.  

Leandria L

Leandria L

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: I use the Suzuki method for my begining students and use my own method to ensure that they can read music. And depending on what style they want to learn I'll either continue with the Suzuki method completely or use it as a supplement material in addition to their desired style.

Teaching Styles: Leandria is a laid back teacher but loves to see her students’ progress with their music. She uses the Suzuki, but believes it’s very important to for her students to learn the basics of the instrument, how to read music and at least 2 songs within the first 3-6 months. In a typical lesson they would start with a scale---saying the note, saying the finger number, and then saying both--- then they would work on which ever piece is their focus at that time, and then they would bow to each other dismissing the lesson.

Kelly K

Kelly K

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Cello, Viola

Teaching Methods: I like to begin each lesson with a warm up to get the mind and fingers working together. From there we will focus on building technique, musicality, and theory knowledge while focusing on cello repertoire. To end each lesson, we'll break out something fun whether that means learning a new pop song, jazz piece, or playing a cello duet. My lessons can be structured based on the students needs and meeting their long term or short term goals.

Teaching Styles: I want all of my students to enjoy playing their instruments and develop a deep love for music.  I help my students set realistic and achievable goals both short term and long term.  It is also important that students are aware of the progress that is made, no matter how big or small!

Sean S

Sean S

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Saxophone, Drums, Bass Guitar, Harmonica, Lap Steel Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele, Mandolin, Recorder, Electric Violin, Fiddle, Mallet Percussion, Latin Percussion

Teaching Methods: For young students, I start them in beginner books while singing fun songs that motivate them. For older students I pick method books more specific to their age, learning style, and progress while still focusing on key points of interest for the student. After any student gets through some of the basic method books, I switch to Berklee College of Music method books.  

Teaching Styles: I love seeing students of all ages take interest in music. Therefore, the most important goal for me is to ensure they continue to practice. With that in mind, I set realistic practice goals and lessons, individually structured for each specific student.

Priscilla T

Priscilla T

Instruments: Piano, Violin

Teaching Methods: I use Suzuki books but I do not use the Suzuki method.  I use my own teaching method which involves violin technique, rhythm study and music listening.

Teaching Styles: My relationships with my students are not very strict and formal, however I do expect that preparation and attendance be consistent.  

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