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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!
Timothy B

Timothy B

Instruments: Violin

The key element in music education, and one that, sadly, often goes overlooked, is to preserve the sense of enjoyment--we aren't digging ditches, we're learning to create beauty.  If I or the student aren't enjoying what we play, there's no reason to expect our audience to, either.  To that end, I like to keep lessons relatively informal, creating a sense that the student and I are working together to discover beautiful sound, rather than make students feel they're being lectured on a weekly basis.  Music should be hard work sometimes--competitions and recitals play a role in helping us tackle nerves and set goals--but the focus should always remain on the fact we are trying to induce joy into the world.         

Julia W

Julia W

Instruments: Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: 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.

Teaching Styles: I am a very lively and fun teacher who is both stringent and patient with my students.  I teach in order to help others grow. I consider myself a guide on one's journey into the world of music. My students must be ready to take chances, overcome obstacles, and soar towards success. 

Alexis E

Alexis E

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin

I do my best to tailor my style to each students specific needs and goals. In general, I am a very laidback and patient teacher. My students recieve clear and achievable goals at the end of each of their lessons to work on while they are practicing during the week. This enables students to be able to really see their own progress as the practice. I also believe in music lessons being an enjoyable experience for students so I include students in making the decision for what pieces they would like to learn. I really believe it's important for the student to be included in shaping the direction of lessons so that they have lessons that engage them and are enjoyable.

Devan A

Devan A

Instruments: Violin, Cello, Viola

Teaching Methods: I don't have a standard lesson plan that I use for every student, as no two are the same, but for my younger students I tend to use Essential Elements and String Explorer to help with the basics, and from there introduce solo repertoire that aligns with their interests and abilities. For my adult students I work with them to create a plan that aligns with their interests and abilities. I believe that all students should have a say in the music that they play, and if a student comes to me with a request I will do my best to incorporate that music into our lessons.

Teaching Styles: For me, the best part of teaching is when a student's confidence soars due to mastering a new skill. I believe that music can be a great teacher of self confidence and self discipline, and I work to always keep it a positive experience. I set reasonable short and long term goals with the student so that they have something specific to work towards, and I write them down in the student's notebook so that they can look back at what they have accomplished if they start to feel frustrated. I require all students to keep a notebook where we list scales they have mastered, and set our weekly goals as well as important information that they may need (such as materials they need to get, concert dates, etc.). I have found that having a personal notebook helps the student's confidence and helps them to keep track of their progress. In addition, I work with the student to create a practice plan that works with their schedule and abilities so that they have a regular time set aside each day to practice their materials. The most important thing that I do though, is keep communication going with the student so that I can tailor my lessons to the student's interests.

Orlando M

Orlando M

Instruments: Piano, Violin

Teaching Methods: For beginning students who are children,I combined the Essential Elements for strings along with the Suzuki Method. I will also introduced the solo repertoire appropriate for scholarships and symphony membership. I also provide materials that will enable individuals, and homogeneous/heterogeneous string groups to build the secure technique so vital to string players who want to express themselves musically. In short, this systematic approach developed by me will improve and be utilized equally well amongst the chosen student of achievement.

Teaching Styles: Nothing is more rewarding than seeing one of my students develop a passion for music! Therefore, it's important that each student progresses at his or her own pace with the encouragement of the teacher to encourage their musical goals with a consistent desire to progress. No two teachers teach in the same way, just as no two students will learn in the same way. A teachers style is based on their educational philosophy. It is important to know that there are two approaches to teaching and they are the direct teaching approach and the formal authority in which both are used to achieve the learning process of the student.

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