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Violin Lessons Maricopa County, AZ

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Featured Violin Teachers In Maricopa County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering violin lessons in Maricopa. 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!
Julia W

Julia W

Instruments: Violin, Viola

Beginner students of mine will learn mostly by ear so that they can focus on building technical and aural/intonation skills (this includes learning fun songs by ear), and when they are ready I like to start my students with Suzuki and Mark O'Connor method books which gives a nice combination of standard and folk/fiddle tunes. Along with the pieces they learn, students will also learn scales and/or etudes that will continuously guide their technical advancement.

Brianna L

Brianna L

Instruments: Violin, Cello, Viola, Saxophone, Clarinet

I have been teaching private violin lessons since I was in high school-about 7 years ago. I have always had an influx of violin students and was employed by the University of Idaho to teach private violin lessons for their Preparatory Division. My primary instrument is violin, but I also play viola, cello, saxophone and clarinet fluently. My lessons focus around creating characteristic sound and correct technique, as well as short lessons on music history and theory to keep the students' music education well rounded. My previous students range from age 3 to age 50, so I have experience in all age groups. I find all aspects of music absolutely fascinating and love sharing my enthusiasm and knowledge with my students.

David D

David D

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: For beginning piano students, I tend to use the Alfred method books 1-3, then graduate to Hanon "the virtuoso pianist" I stress the "fundamentals" while adding solo repertory for enjoyment and solo playing. Simple piano pieces keep the lessons fun for beginners, while classical works are encouraged for intermediate and advanced students. For violin and viola, one of my choices is "All for Strings". I do add Mueller-Rusch books after the first year, and some solo pieces from the Suzuki methods. Again, I stress the fundamentals of correct bowing, posture and regular practice of scales and etudes.

Teaching Styles: As students progress at his/her own pace I try to keep them moving forward with realistic goals and encouragement. One important consideration I keep in mind is choosing the right music for each student according to developing skill levels. If the music is to easy, a student could become bored and unchallenged. Should the music become to difficult too soon, the student may become discouraged. Having said that, I will allow the student to try some "challenging" music, and allow them to progress and work up to a new level of playing.

Sylvia C

Sylvia C

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: For young beginner students, I start with Essential Elements book one so they can play along with the CD with adjustable tempo. Later, I gradually introduce the songs from Suzuki books and continue applying it with Suzuki teaching method. In addition to Suzuki classical songs, I add some duets to play with students for building the chamber ability for students. Also, some fiddle tunes for addressing some technique  left out from the Suzuki books to keep lessons challenging and fun. 

Teaching Styles: I love teaching and find it rewarding to do by watching my students making greater improvements. Not only I encourage students to extend their interests of playing music but also like to challenge their potentials by pushing tow ards the limits. My main goal is to teach my students to appreciate and enjoy the music. Also, I emphasize that parents to take an active role in lessons, as they will be the "teacher" when students practice at home.  

Tiezheng S

Tiezheng S

Instruments: Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: I'll find the best methods for each student, and I believe that methods can be varied. For example, Suzuki Methods only can bring a beginner to medium level. After few year training with Suzuki, it is hard to make progressions on technique. However, Suzuki Methods can be a good fit for children under 10, because of the fun of study.

Teaching Styles: Patience is the key. It is the fundamental requirement of a string teacher. I believe I am the most patient teacher you can find in Arizona. I taught 1 student with ADD, and I developed his talent on music. After 2 years training with me, his concentration had been improved significantly, and he played 2 recitals successfully. 

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